Claudio Edinger is one the most important photographers from Brazil. He started his career back 1974, inspired by literature because he loved to read. He’s now putting together a huge project of national mapping. The technique he uses is called ‘selective focus, where he literally seeks a synthesis of the synthesis.
Le Voyeur is one of the personal projects of the Brazilian photographer, Marcela Ferri. She calls herself an ‘observer’ and she has the ability to become ‘invisible’ to her models, always taking pictures on the streets or of friends. If you’re an observer and love to watch people, you’ll love this project, too.
In his latest series entitled Horizontes, or Horizons, Brazilian photographer Bruno Cals takes architectural photography to a new level. His unique perspectives of building facades sees structures distorted beyond recognition. At times, his photographic interpretations of concrete and steel buildings look like natural landscapes.