Murat Erman Aksoy is a Munich-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.
With a wide range of interests, Diane Villadsen always wanted to pursue as many things as possible. With a linguistics degree and her passion for photography, she managed to communicate a creative vision through her photographs and make a language that everybody understand.
Nashville photographer Danielle Holbert reflects on her specialty in portraiture of musicians, many of whom she met through a dynamic circle of creative friends. For Holbert, each shoot is a balanced collaboration between artist and subject in order to feature their most authentic personality.
Weronika Izdebsk's work is all about finding the perfect balance between beautiful surroundings, people and light. In this interview, she lets us into her world of photography and reveals what influenced her to become a filmmaker.
Seamus Travers is a photographer based Dublin who predominately shoots using film on his Leica m6 camera. We were struck by the raw power of his photography style and his ability to capture the culture of Ireland. He tested out the Russar+ lens and talked to us about his work.
Harimao Lee is not only a photographer, he is also an urban explorer. He likes to shoot from the top of buildings and discover the beauty of lives from different angles. This time he brought along the Neptune Convertible Art Lens and walked through hectic scenes of Hong Kong.
People love competitions and Lomographers are no different. But more than a search for standout photographs, the TEN AND ONE Annual Competition celebrated the community's shared love for photography and its power to create enduring stories. This list by no means set a conclusive standard on what makes an image good or not. But nonetheless, we're proud to introduce the photographs that took the top spot in the Urban Explorer category.
To photograph is to simply paint with light. Pictorialist style continues to be overpowered by its more modern realistic movements, but Swedish film photographer Kristian Jalonen is on the mission to evolve the vintage aesthetic with a more modern, colorful twist.
Community member Robn Kester had been practicing photography for more than three decades. When shooting or browsing photographs by his peers, he only looks for one thing: a story. Get to know our TEN AND ONE Awards Judge from USA in this brief interview.