The modern camera was invented in France so it’s not surprising that many acclaimed photographers hail from that particular country. Here are the top ten French photographers that you should definitely know.Read More
One of the first fashion photographers to take models out of the studio and into the streets, Georges Dambier captured the most beautiful women of his time, including Brigitte Bardot, Marie-Hélène Arnaud, Dorian Leigh and Suzy Parker.
Rejecting the standard technique of capturing emotionless models, Dambier captured his models looking ambivalent towards their clothing and the camera, instead laughing, enjoying exotic locations like Marrakesh, Corsica, Sicily, Cannes, Palma de Mallorca and riding in cars and boats.Read More
One cannot talk about Kirsty Mitchell’s Wonderland serie, without speaking about the story behind it. And that’s exactly how it should be, especially since the artist intended the photographs to be a visual storybook. The style is overwhelming and easily recognizable as such.Read More
Elvina Mae Farkas, called Elly by her friends and family, is only 22 years old, but her photography has been around for a few years already. The self-taught fashion and portraiture photographer from Melbourne, Australia has been a freelance photographer since the age of 16, and the years of experience have proven to be very beneficial. The unique style and vision of her photography are evident from image to image in her impressive portfolio. Her photographs vary from formalistic color pallets and tones that could be taken from a dream to stripped down and purely expressive natural portraits. To say that her success and body of work at just 22 years of age is impressive would be an understatement yet unsurprising—since moving to Melbourne in 2009, she has shot on location for clients in Singapore, Australia, and across Europe. She is a consummate professional and a passionate artist, as the interview below will illustrate. As she prepares to launch her new media and marketing venture, Anue Management, alongside her creative partner, Lucas Malone, there is still much to look forward to from the talented young woman.Read More
Paul de Luna left Southern California to explore the world after completing a degree in English Creative Writing, as an unexpected result of his globe hopping he became involved with the fashion industry. His involvements lead him to travel for the next decade, extending and enhancing his storytelling skills with the addition of imagery.Read More