My left eye sees
my heart captures
my right hand presses the shutter button
my mind tries to interpret and find words.
Pictures are my own unless mentioned otherwise. They tend to catch me instead of me catching them.
Visual artist and photographer based in Milan (Italy).
“The very idea of going beyond the dream is illusory. Why go anywhere? Just realize that you are dreaming a dream you call the world, and stop looking for ways out. The dream is not your problem. Your problem is that you like one part of your dream and not another. Love all, or none of it, and stop complaining. When you have seen the dream as a dream, you have done all that need be done.”
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj from I Am That
i take photos...film is my favorite, but sometimes my phone gets used...black and white is my preferred look...i process the film myself...sometimes i am in the mood to talk and sometimes not...i will gladly answer your questions..
mike schernbeck (@m0ke)
born 1980 in berlin moved to nussloch / baden-wuerttemberg in 2004
diving since 2006
gue engaged since 2011 (cave 2, tech 2)
working as sap software developer
photographer dedicated to minimalism, black-and-white and decay
Photographe à grain. Sensibilité à 3200 ISO. Contemplatif, ultrafondu.
Jacqueline Roberts (@jacquelineroberts)
living in limbo
Resa Rot (@resarot)
Gabriele Orlini (@gabrieleorlini)
Frontile Freelance Register Member
Professional traveler, writer manqué, documentary photographer for an incurable soulful need.
Staunch advocate of the journey as irreplaceable means of knowledge, he uses the art of the visual storytelling to depict the struggles and contradictions within the world.
With the methodological precision of a photojournalist and the completeness of the narrator’s vision he devotes himself to those stories that seem to want to remain hidden.
As professional freelance photographer he works with NGOs, on assignment for newspapers and journals, in many different countries; among them Cameroon, RD Congo,
I am in graduate school working towards my master's degree in social work. In my free time I love to explore near the Atlantic Ocean and roam through New York City with my camera. I practice meditation and reiki. Photography is my creative outlet that helps me cope with the stresses of daily life.
Amélie Jaillet (@ameliejllt)
| Nantes --> Angers | French | World of communication | Creativity | Photograph |
All great things are simple, and many can be expressed in simple words: freedom,
Rachel Tine (@racheltine)
Boston based photographer in awe of the way nearly all things in nature strive to persevere under even the harshest burdens; my camera is my tool to illuminate this struggle.
Fabrice Deutscher (@fabdeutsch)
Photographer & Cat-sitter.
"In the street, Fabrice not tan, it takes color. Black and white and you tell me? He does not tan anymore, but it shines." [Olivier who wrote that is a very good friend]
Chloe Jennings (@chloejennings)
Photographer/Designer/Woodworker based in Indiana and elsewhere.
Available for hire:
Suan Lin (@suanlin)
99% practice 1% theory...Sri K Pattabhi Jois
kevin jones (@stanleyomar)
I almost always have a camera with me, and these are some of the photos I've made.
bastiaan woudt (@bastiaanwoudt)
New Dutch Photography Talent 2015 | SO 2014 & 2015 Award nomination | British Journal of Photography ones to watch 2016 | Kahmann Gallery Amsterdam
Jitske Schols (@jitske_schols_photography)
Dutch photographer, represented by Mrs. Robinson http://mrs-robinson.nl/
Mark Richardson (@mark-richardson)
Landscape photographer near Seattle.
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