Vancouver, city of contrasts, by Jon Guido Bertelli

Vancouver, city of contrasts, by Jon Guido Bertelli

Downtown Eastside, a city within a city, is the home of a disproportionate number of homeless people facing serious issues regarding drug addiction, mental and physical illnesses, violence, crime, abuse, sex workers and the highest HIV infection rate in North America.
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All photographs are flukes: the problem with photography competitions

All photographs are flukes: the problem with photography competitions

One photograph is a fluke, and the photographer is a purveyor of flukes.
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First/Last Images, by Steven Nestor

First/Last Images, by Steven Nestor

Because, like us, film is physical, delicate and subject to aging (rather than corruption in digital), and because life has only one conclusion, I feel that these compromised moments are the more beautiful for it. Steven Nestor.
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Small Town Inertia, an interview with Jim A Mortram

Small Town Inertia, an interview with Jim A Mortram

Small Town Inertia is a long form social documentary and environmental portraiture series that I have been working upon for the last 3 years.
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Portraits from Jaffa, by Bar Am-David

Portraits from Jaffa, by Bar Am-David

Jaffa is the most celebrated place in Israel, where Israelis and Arabs live in peace together despite the conflict.
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Things, Winds and the emptiness without a void - Notes from a conversation with Jungjin Lee

Things, Winds and the emptiness without a void – Notes from a conversation with Jungjin Lee

The empty space is more important than the photographed/represented object. Like the stage of a dance show.
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Distance, by Romina Shama aka Rachel Rom

Distance, by Romina Shama aka Rachel Rom

"Photography truly is morbid in many ways. It freezes time. It steals it. It is a liar. It sells the contrary of life". By Romina Shama aka Rachel Rom.
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Where I am now, is where I need to be, by Jonah Kessel

Where I am now, is where I need to be, by Jonah Kessel

As photographer's our paths aren't exactly clear or easy. But if you trust in your passion, I believe you will find yourself someplace meaningful.
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