Sydney based photographer, David Sark is a connoisseur of documenting unplanned moments. Most recently noted for his night shots of street life in Tokyo, David’s work is both enticing and illuminating. David has exhibited at the Berlin Photo Biennale and Head On Photo Festival. David says about his work, “The thing that interests me the most about photography is capturing that one unplanned, fleeting moment that only I have witnessed in that instant.”
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In my opinion all the most beautiful and really valuable things are right before our eyes from the very childhood, and probably for this reason we stop to notice it when we grow up. Seeing the splendor in things that other people call dull or even unpleasant is a very controversial gift, but at the same time wonderful. In this set I want to present to your attention the beauty of the defects of ordinary roads in an ordinary city after the ordinary rain.
Hello, My Name is Slava Semeniuta. I am an artist and photographer. I love everything that looks cosmic. Neon colors are colors that are rarely found in nature.
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For Erich Gonzales, the only way to thrive in the local showbiz industry is to choose not to settle. With the upcoming release of the film Siargao, Emil Hofileña finds her branching out into the next chapter of her career, one that could capture who she really is.
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In With The New
Photographed by Patrick Diokno, Styled by Mano Gonzales
The captivating street photography of London-based Alan Schaller incorporate a stunning combination of geometry, high contrast and surrealism, as well as a human aspect to each image. His series Metropolis examines how we are often lost in the world around us. Schaller uses scale to show the contrast between his subjects and the sprawling architectural backgrounds they stand against. With a masterful technique of light and shadow, each image is heavy with emotion.
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Black and White Images of the Metropolis by Alan Schaller
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