Phil VarnHagen (@pvarnhagen)
I have recently picked up my camera and paintbrush in a serious way after eighteen years because I have felt compelled to focus on what is important and what fulfills me. I was diagnosed with cancer a year ago and have been undergoing treatments for that period of time which has forced me to re-evaluate my life and the importance of being here now. I expect that I will be here with all of you for many years to come. All of the artwork I complete isa physical and mental healing part of my journey!
Location: Detroit, MI, USA
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Abstract Colorism is promoting the artistic feeling of freedom, for the stereotypical sense of normality...
Original content, taken with my pocket camera... I'm also an artist and a sculptor... my fascination lays with all kinds of dynamics, and I'm a fearless explorer in portraying the various dynamics through... photography – art – sculpture...
Lolos Bri (@lolosbri)
Robin Mayoff (@rhmimages)
Robin. SF Bay Area native. Award winning photographer living in Grass Valley California. Landscapes, buildings, bridges, street photo. All images ©rhmimages Instagram: @rhmimages and @randomrhm Twitter: @rhmimages.
Carlota Reis (@kkreis)
Rob Burton (@reburton)
Artist, writer, photographer, sociologist living and working in China these past 6 years
Matt Harvey (@75centralphotography)
I do photography and coding and other nondescript things.
Frederik Trovatten (@trovatten)
I’m doing a 365 Street Photography Project.
I’m Dane 🇩🇰 living in Mexico City 🇲🇽
Steen Selvejer (@sselvejer)
The focal point of my photography is the unseen, the ephemeral, and the emergence of world under the mysterious and ever-changing sky.
My influences are multiple spanning from painting and sculpture, via philosophy - mainly the hermeneutics of thinkers like Heidegger, Vattimo, Gadamer, Arendt and more - to photographers as different as Eikoh Hosoe, Shomei Tomatsu, Shoji Ueda, Daido Moriyama, Masahisa Fukase, Kikuji Kawada, and Ikko to Magnum photographers.
"I'm just a human being trying to make it in a world that is very rapidly losing it's understanding of being human."
Martin Bickel Photo Karlsruhe (@martinbickel)
The world (of art) through the eyes of a nomad by fate
Chicago-based photographer currently digitizing negatives from the late 60s to mid 70s. All images photographed by @capnvideo. All rights reserved.
Sven Vandeweert (@svenvandeweert)
Kat Tehranchi (@tehranchik)
Always looking for the next best shot, adventure, bit of excitement.
My excitement might not be the same as yours! And by the way....I love to tease!
Curated by @andrew_marr (@ellolandscape)
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Luis Tobias Photography (@luistobiasphotography)
Luís Tobias is a fine art photographer, born in Portugal where he studied. He travels through Europe, North America, Maghreb and India. He regularly collaborates in magazines and other literary-artistic periodicals. He is the author and director of photography of films in various formats. He does photography for scene and recitals, which often operates as a vanishing point in the literary terrain with which he articulates. Having light as the "primary pigment" of his creative output , he reveals something already on display at his video-text-photography installations.He is founder of KLARWELT STUDIO. Take a look at recent work:
Expat street photographer and motorcyclist in Tokyo.
Nothing is posed.
All are as I found them.
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The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls / Pablo Picasso
I live in Germany and I'm very pleased to meet you