Looking at old photo albums makes me think that kids were way cooler back in the day. We built majestic snow castles in our backyards, climbed trees, wore fashionable sunglasses and had crazy haircuts.
I am interested in capturing a hidden reality through my photography - it's not about "smile for the camera" and photographs of pretty places. There are far more emotions that people and places convey.
Hi, I'm Lillian- I'm a young artist trying to bring my own daydreams to life while merging two mediums. Realizing early on that I really don't have an affinity for realism, I've been developing my own photography editing style through a lot of trial and error.
The brilliant photographer Christopher Herwig was the first to be interested in the numerous Soviet-era buses of architecture buses. Following the success of his first book Soviet Bus Stops, he decided to continue exploring the more remote areas of Georgia, Russia and Ukraine to find and photograph his unique bus stops for his new collection in the Soviet Bus Stops Volume 2.
My name is Davide Sasso and I like Japan a lot. Many of the artistic works that came out of this country have certainly influenced me as a photographer.
Japanese anime, for example, is a great source of inspiration for my photos.
We (Mango Street) teamed up with Jessica Kobeissi and Irene Rudnyk in Downtown Los Angeles to challenge ourselves to shoot a professional model using only our phones. Rachel, Daniel, and Jessica shot with an iPhone 7+ and Irene shot with a Google Pixel 2.
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As a photographer, every year I take so many beautiful photos but I also collect a wide range of funny fails. This Christmas I had to share those photos with everyone. Who doesn't like a good fail? These photos are perfectly imperfect.