Family and friends by Jack Radcliffe

Family and friends by Jack Radcliffe

Dan & Selena © Jack Radcliffe Jack Radcliffe for years photographs in black and white the members of his family and his friends, gradually creating several series of photos that explore the long term evolution of the photographer relationship with his friends and relatives. Here a selection of his works with an introduction to the […]
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Duplicate posts in Google Reader

A few weeks ago I invited the readers of Camera Obscura to update their feed subscription, making available all the updates into a single feed too, with English, Italian and French articles.
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Scrap at Joe’s by Lisa Kereszi

Scrap at Joe’s by Lisa Kereszi

© Lisa Kereszi In the following article Lisa Kereszi tells the story of her family junkyard, a memorial to a particular failure of the American Dream. A dramatic story of drugs, violence, suicide and bankruptcy. The photographs range from family portraits to objects detail, from environment images to the various stuff contained in the courtyard, […]
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On Wisconsin, by Mark Brautigam

On Wisconsin, by Mark Brautigam

© Mark Brautigam On the site of Mark Brautigam there is a single portfolio: “On Wisconsin”. A series of large-format photographs of landscapes, buildings, cities and portraits. Photographs from the stunning palette, the cold tone of snow, calm and quite, as silent as they where suspended outside of time. I particularly like Mark Brautigam photos […]
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Facing South: Southern Identity in Transition, by Kendrick Brinson

Facing South: Southern Identity in Transition, by Kendrick Brinson

© Kendrick Brinson Kendrick Brinson is a young freelance photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Her current photographic emphasis focuses on photographing the eccentricities, stereotypes and romanticism of the Deep South of America. She is also a founding member of Luceo Images, a photo collective of like-minded passionate photographers. Her personal photoblog is Box of Light. […]
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Between dreams and waking, by Martin Stranka

Between dreams and waking, by Martin Stranka

Daydreamer © Martin Stranka Martin Stranka work is characterized by a dreamy and quite atmosphere that I particularly like. Monochromatic pictures of tiny silhouettes of wanderer in an empty nightly landscape, portraits that seems old souvenirs, details of hands and foots. A wonderful and intimate universe of melancholy and metaphysics. Following text and photos by […]
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Any males, by Didier Illouz

Any males, by Didier Illouz

Kamel © Didier Illouz Didier Illouz works with photography, graphics, digital manipulation and movies. In his series “Any males” he photographed people from his entourage, and than -thanks to the possibilities offered by digital editing- he mixed their faces with that of an animal of his choice. The result are hybrid beings, part man, part […]
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Same same but different, the backpack travelers by Jörg Brüggemann

Same same but different, the backpack travelers by Jörg Brüggemann

© Jörg Brüggemann The series “Same same but different” by Jörg Brüggemann portrays young backpacking travelers from western countries, which -from an alternative form of traveling- today represent a new form of mass tourism, with its codes, its recurring traits and its diversity. It is a topic that particularly interests me, because when I travel […]
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