Photo portraits of Model Railway Enthusiasts

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 10 February 2012

David Vintiner is a British portrait photographer living in London. These portraits are from a personal project, Enthusiasts, which was selected for the Creative Review Photography Annual last year. He writes: ‘My Enthusiasts were shot on location at a model railway exhibition in Birmingham, England. In my photography I’m drawn to the subtlety of the everyday, in this case, passion for a hobby’.

Read more

Lonely Canvas photo series by Matthew Taplinger

Matthew Taplinger Reader Find

By Matthew Taplinger in New Photography on Thursday 6 October 2011

Over the course of the past few months, I started to notice a theme arising in the archives of my own photography work: lone figures standing in the face of adversity, desolate landscapes, beauty, and so on. I recently started compiling some of my favorite images which fit this theme, while continuing to shoot with this in mind. I hope to exhibit this series within the coming year.

Read more

Wyatt Gallery

Kareem Black Reader Find

By Kareem Black in New Photography on Monday 12 April 2010

Wyatt Gallery is a person, not a place. I met Wyatt almost eight years ago through an ex-girlfriend. Since then, we have traveled all over the planet, photographing things (mostly natural disasters) together. Our first trip was to Sri Lanka in 2004 in the weeks following the Tsunami. Our most recent trip was just a few weeks ago when we went to Haiti.

Read more

Phillip Toledano

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Photography on Wednesday 31 March 2010

Phillip Toledano, whom we mentioned a while back for the lyrical yet heartbreakingly honest photographic style in his Days with My Father project, is also capable of creating staged and fantastical imagery, as with his Hope&Fear series. In many cases, he combines the two sensibilities. In A New Kind of Beauty, Toledano documents plastic surgery patients, drawing out both their ethereal qualities as well as their tragic humanity.

Read more

High Glitz at Child Beauty Pageants

The Uncool Hunter Reader Find

By The Uncool Hunter in New Trends on Wednesday 17 March 2010

Who wants to be famous? A lot of people, that’s for sure. And the first ones are the mothers of little American girls.
 High Glitz: The extravagant world of Child Beauty Pageants shows images of the children that take part in the different beauty contests around America, bursting as they are with extravagant haircuts, haute-couture dresses, false teeth and all the artificial beauty that you can imagine.

Read more (11 comments)

Robbie Augspurger’s portrait photography

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Tuesday 16 March 2010

Working out of Portland, Robbie Augspurger got his first camera for his twelfth birthday, held at Showbiz Pizza Place, where there were animatronic animals wearing suits and playing in a band. He didn’t immortalize that rare vision on film that night, but ever since he can remember, he was interested in taking pictures.

Read more

Manolo Campion

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Tuesday 29 September 2009

The work of New York-based photographer Manolo Campion draws from a broad spectrum of experiences, including formal training in photography from the Pasadena Art Center in California, and time spent living and working in London.

Read more (1 comment)

Winkler and Noah children puppet series

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 4 June 2009

This photo series by Winkler and Noah captures children as puppets, creating a sense of hyper-reality where the protagonists of their portraits appear in a real context, but stand out from it as if highlighted by reality itself. Of the project, they says: ‘The Puppet Show came into being by chance, one late summer afternoon two and a half years ago, after a day at the sea with our granddaughter, Beatrice. We had the idea of photographing her together with her mother. Among the various pictures, there was one where she was alone, leaning with her back against our wardrobe and looking into the camera with an embarrassed smile. She had all the typical features of a doll: a round head, blond curls, blue eyes, tanned skin, a flowery dress’.

Read more

Ryan Robinson’s portraits

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Tuesday 17 February 2009

Born and raised in a small American farm town, Ryan Robinson is known for his witty and irreverent photography, which shows off his detail, composition and dynamic use of color.

Read more

Jan Von Holleben

Julia Hennock Reader Find

By Julia Hennock in New Photography on Sunday 23 March 2008

Dadadadaaaaa! Kids are superheroes. Only in adulthood do we lose our charm and imagination. Jan Von Holleben’s latest photographic series Dreams of Flying distills the preciousness and freedom of a childhood many of us are lucky to have had. Van Holleben created various action scenes on the ground and shot them from above to achieve an interesting balance of reality and make believe.

Read more (4 comments)

Davin Youngs

Julia Hennock Reader Find

By Julia Hennock in New Photography on Saturday 22 March 2008

Davin Youngs has got something sweet going on. His pictures, as he calls them, are the of-the-moment kind. Y’know, the spontaneous, romantic, stylised yet amateurish thing photographers are doing these days. Like American Apparel, but lost in the woods or asleep on the toilet. I really appreciate it.

Read more

Tealia Ellis Ritter

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Photography on Thursday 20 March 2008

Tealia Ellis Ritter is one of many talented young photographers featuring in the new Flak Photo Email Issue. Flak Photo is our favourite photo-based website and blogzine and features work from an international community of photographers.

Read more

Jan Sochor

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Photography on Friday 14 March 2008

Photographer and web designer Jan Sochor was born in the Czech Republic but moves between South America and Europe often. Over the past five years he has lived and worked in Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Spain, the Czech Republic. His photographic work ‘focuses on showing and documenting the Latin American continent, the everyday life, social and cultural issues’.

Read more (1 comment)

close

Like us on Facebook

Don't show this again