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Shadow Poppets: Timothy Saccenti

I have to feature photographer/director Timothy Saccenti. In particular, the images that make ‘Shadow Poppets’, as featured in Kid-In. Beautifully magical, these slightly out-of-scale images feel caught on the edge of reality. They are posed between what is real and

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Shadow Poppets: Timothy Saccenti

I have to feature photographer/director Timothy Saccenti. In particular, the images that make ‘Shadow Poppets’, as featured in Kid-In. Beautifully magical, these slightly out-of-scale images feel caught on the edge of reality. They are posed between what is real and

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Upward over the Mountains: Theo Gosselin

There are quite a few (countless) young and young-ish photographers taking their inspiration from photographers such as Larry Clark, Richard Billingham and Nan Goldin. These photographers extensively and exclusively photographing very personal aspects of their lives often including close friends

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Upward over the Mountains: Theo Gosselin

There are quite a few (countless) young and young-ish photographers taking their inspiration from photographers such as Larry Clark, Richard Billingham and Nan Goldin. These photographers extensively and exclusively photographing very personal aspects of their lives often including close friends

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NOW Artist: Charlotte Dumas

Photographer Charlotte Dumas takes animal portraits – but this isn’t your average ‘pet’ photographer – far from it. Dumas’s subjects are exclusively working animals, and she uses only film photography. Horses are a recurring focus for her projects, as well

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NOW Artist: Charlotte Dumas

Photographer Charlotte Dumas takes animal portraits – but this isn’t your average ‘pet’ photographer – far from it. Dumas’s subjects are exclusively working animals, and she uses only film photography. Horses are a recurring focus for her projects, as well

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One of Those: Alison Scarpulla

Alison Scarpulla is one of those photographers. One of those whose images you wished you could make – images packed with ghostly arrangement, stunning saturation and somewhat sublime content. One of those photographers with such talent and vision you just

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One of Those: Alison Scarpulla

Alison Scarpulla is one of those photographers. One of those whose images you wished you could make – images packed with ghostly arrangement, stunning saturation and somewhat sublime content. One of those photographers with such talent and vision you just

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An Interview with Keren Dobia

Keren Dobia – Interview from Graeme Passmore on Vimeo.

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An Interview with Keren Dobia

Keren Dobia – Interview from Graeme Passmore on Vimeo.

Yagiz Su Photography

Any Hopeful Thoughts Arrive: Yagiz Su

I adore this small series ‘Any Hopeful Thoughts Arrive‘ by photographer Yagiz Su. Not only do the images display simple, elegant photography at its best, but the poetry of the images give the viewer space to breathe and meditate. Somewhat

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Any Hopeful Thoughts Arrive: Yagiz Su

I adore this small series ‘Any Hopeful Thoughts Arrive‘ by photographer Yagiz Su. Not only do the images display simple, elegant photography at its best, but the poetry of the images give the viewer space to breathe and meditate. Somewhat

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Sense of History: Jacques Henri Lartigue

Jacques Henri Lartigue (June 13, 1894 – September 12, 1986) was a French photographer and painter, most famous for his photographs of automobile races, planes and fashionable Parisian women. (source: Wiki) The paradox of photography, its unpredictable generosity and democratic

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Sense of History: Jacques Henri Lartigue

Jacques Henri Lartigue (June 13, 1894 – September 12, 1986) was a French photographer and painter, most famous for his photographs of automobile races, planes and fashionable Parisian women. (source: Wiki) The paradox of photography, its unpredictable generosity and democratic

Christopher Jacrot Photography

The sound of rain: Christophe Jacrot

I love rain. Rain is soothing, medititive, and (when not caught outside in it) quite beautiful. Photographer Christophe Jacrot’s work centres on rain and the effect it has on bustling cities; I hope you enjoy his work as much as

Christopher Jacrot Photography

The sound of rain: Christophe Jacrot

I love rain. Rain is soothing, medititive, and (when not caught outside in it) quite beautiful. Photographer Christophe Jacrot’s work centres on rain and the effect it has on bustling cities; I hope you enjoy his work as much as

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Uncanny Valley: Susi Krautgartner

I’m hugely intrigued with the work of Austrian artist Susi Krautgartner. Unfortunately, apart from ‘nein’, I can’t remember a word of German from my school days (I really should have tried harder) so I’ve had to use rather basic translation

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Uncanny Valley: Susi Krautgartner

I’m hugely intrigued with the work of Austrian artist Susi Krautgartner. Unfortunately, apart from ‘nein’, I can’t remember a word of German from my school days (I really should have tried harder) so I’ve had to use rather basic translation

A French perspective: Édouard-Denis Baldus

“[E]veryone knows [Mr.] Baldus,” a reviewer wrote in 1859. By the mid-1850s, Édouard-Denis Baldus was the most successful photographer in France and at the height of his career. He began as a painter, turning to photography in 1849 when paper

A French perspective: Édouard-Denis Baldus

“[E]veryone knows [Mr.] Baldus,” a reviewer wrote in 1859. By the mid-1850s, Édouard-Denis Baldus was the most successful photographer in France and at the height of his career. He began as a painter, turning to photography in 1849 when paper