Murat Erman Aksoy is a Berlin-based artist that uses symmetry and structure in his work. An architect by profession, Murat uses his keen eye for intersecting lines and recurring patterns and applies them into the images he shoots.
It is easy to notice Erman's affinity to framing and balance. He keeps his images in line, carefully taking into consideration equal distribution of details. You can clearly see the artist's effort to achieve symmetry. This technique lets Erman anchor his images so that they have an even look regardless of the subject he's shooting. It's a beautiful style that adds character to Erman's work.
Angéline Moizard is a French film photographer specializing in portrait and urban photography. She used the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System to shoot this very fashionable story, with the 50mm Despina 2.8/50 lens.
For Paris-based lomographer Jeanne (@takechatmiaou) shooting on film brings a good balance between being in control and allowing chances to take over. In this interview, our featured Community newcomer shares her musings about analogue photography and some of her favorite photographs to date.
Street photography is one of the most popular genres today, and it can all be repetitive. It doesn't have to be. The secret to great street photography is by getting to know the cityscape and culture, and in Beijing, there's much to learn. We present to you some of the distinct qualities of Beijing.
Jaime Gutiérrez is a young photographer from Alcalá de Henares, near Madrid, who shoots portraits that are both striking and intimate. We sent him a Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens, which he used to carry out an urban shoot with two models.
This talented Chicago-based artist and a freelance photographer amazed us with her work from the very start. Clarissa Bonet is inspired by the structures of the city, their impact on the body and she enjoys exploring aspects of the urban space in different contexts.
The wet collodion process is one of the oldest and major photography techniques. In early photography, the process underwent various experimentations by photographers themselves. Revisit the old technique with Alex Cook.