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David Chancellor
David Chancellor is a multi award winning documentary photographer based in South Africa. He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, exhibited in major galleries and museums, and published worldwide. Named Nikon Photographer of the Year three times, he received a World Press Photo Award in 2010 for Elephant Story from the series Hunters. Chancellor won the Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize in 2010, exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery London. In 2012 he received a Sony World Photography Award (Nature and Wildlife) and Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award. In 2013 he received the World Understanding Award in the Pictures of the Year International competition; the Kuala Lumpur International Photo Award for portraiture; the Vienna International Photo Award for documentary photography; and the Kontinent Award for documentary photography.

Landscape Photography by David Chancellor

By Photorist Eugeniy → Saturday, August 15, 2015
Jedediah Johnson

Jedediah Johnson was born on May 31st, 1979 in Indianapolis, Indiana. At the tender age of 18 he lit out for Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California’s school of Cinema-Television. Frustrated by the lethargy of the process of Filmmaking, he took up Photography in 1999. No longer interested by Film or School, Jedediah dropped out of Film School in the year 2000. For the next 4 years he honed his craft by photographing parties and models around Los Angeles. After a spirited yet casual, 6 month, battle with cancer in 2005 he decided to get serious about something and photography certainly was something. He graduated with distinction with a BFA in photography from Art Center College of Design in December of 2009. In 2013 he received his MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. After a brief stint teaching at Wilbur Wright College and SAIC, he returned to Indianapolis, to begin work on a new familial history project titled My Father’s Murder.

The Makeout Project by Jedediah Johnson

By Photorist Eugeniy → Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Christto Sanz and Andrew Weir

As jigsaw puzzles piece together to a form a visual image, the sedimentation of symbols within Christto & Andrew’s photographs reveal the affects of history, politics, the economy and popular culture into the construction of contemporary society specifically found in the Gulf region. Using Qatar as an example, exaggerated colours, staged compositions and uncanny humour hightlight this constant development, and the malleable state of transformations into which its multitude of lifestyles are nurtured and interact.

Colorful Photography by Christto Sanz and Andrew Weir

By Photorist Eugeniy → Monday, August 10, 2015
Andrea Grambow and Joscha Kirchknopf
Andrea Grambow and Joscha Kirchknopf is a talented photography duo, who’ve worked on a number of fantastic projects together over recent years. Kirchknopf & Grambow originaly from Bielefeld and currently based in Berlin, Germany. They shoot a lot of colorful fashion, editorial and commercial photography. Joscha lived and assisted in Sao Paulo before he started to study photography and during their studies Andrea and Joscha continued assisting internationally renowned photographers.


Fashion Photography by Andrea Grambow and Joscha Kirchknopf

By Photorist Eugeniy → Sunday, July 26, 2015
Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj
Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj is a talented photographer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has worked in a shipping company in Dubai, before going back to Denmark to attend college to study economics. While in Dubai Mikkel has bought his first SLR camera, a Minolta of questionable quality, taking up photography as a hobby, and when faced with the challenge of "What to do now if not college?" he decided to move to Copenhagen to get an apprenticeship as a photographer. Today he shoots advertising and editorial assignments, specialised in high-end still life photography.

Still Life Photography by Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj

By Photorist Eugeniy → Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Dave Lehl

From an early age, Dave Lehl had little interest in the usual youth sports fare. Boards and bikes replaced bats and balls. Craig Kelly, Matt Hoffman, and the Bones Brigade were his Michael Jordans, John Elways, and New York Yankees. Like many an alt-teen, he mainly joined the high school yearbook staff as an excuse to get out of class. It was there he picked up his first camera, and as it turns out, he had a knack for capturing the moment. His photography experience led him to focus on Journalism and Fine Art photography where he earned degrees from CU Boulder, and ultimately scored a photography internship in the fashion world. Dazzled by the idea of hanging out with models, Dave planned a move to New York City to pursue fashion photography professionally, but first stopped off in Summit County, Colorado, to try accumulating a few bucks for the move by shooting snowboarding. He soon found out that although there were no big bucks, he had a better eye for capturing brats on boards than babes on beaches (plus snowboarding is damn fun!). He spent the next 7 years climbing the winter sports ladder, ultimately landing staff positions at Future Snowboarding Magazine, Rome Snowboards, and Sims Snowboards. Dave has since broadened his focus to include a wider range of his passions: skateboarding, cycling, running, motorcycles, and adventuring. Dave is located in the sickeningly outdoorsy mecca that is Denver, Colorado.

Photography by Dave Lehl

By Photorist Eugeniy → Friday, July 10, 2015
David Vintiner
David Vintiner is a talented photographer based in London, UK.  Vintiner has a very distinctive and modern style, which dwells in bluey, desaturated tones. He is an incredibly personable man and as a result manages to entice even the shyest of subjects out of their shells.

Creative Photography by David Vintiner

By Photorist Eugeniy → Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Lily Donaldson
Beauty British model Lily Donaldson photographed by Hans Feurer and styled by Yasmine Sterea for Vogue Brasil July 2015.

Lily Donaldson by Hans Feurer

By Photorist Eugeniy → Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Carsten Witte

Carsten Witte, born in 1964, is the venerable priest of beauty. Already as a little boy of three he slack-jadedly gazed after beauties that where passing by when he was walking at his mother’s hand. Many years later, after he had attended the Bielefeld school of photography, worked as assistant for renowned photographers and started his career as a freelancer with his own studio in 1989, he could finally dedicate himself exclusively to his perfect esthetics at taking shots of beautiful woman’s bodies, their eroticism and chasteness and the sensual play of shadow and light, whereas he has never betrayed the deference to the beautiful creature.

La Defense, Paris Fractals by Carsten Witte

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The Audubon Society shows off the best of the best in birdlife photography for 2015. Judges had the challenging task of selecting their favorites from nearly 9,000 images submitted by amateur and professional photographers.
2015 Audubon Photography Awards
Photo: Double-crested Cormorant, Professional Winner, Chris Gug

CREDIT: Chris Gug/Audubon Photography Awards

2015 Audubon Photography Awards

By Photorist Eugeniy → Saturday, June 20, 2015
Photograph by Steven Meisel

Superb talented fasion photographer Steven Meisel shoots Maddison Brown, Stacy Martin, Hailey Gates & Mia Goth in vintage style for Miu Miu Fall/Winter 2015/2016 Ad Campaign. That the campaign has a title, Subjective Reality, and each individual image is subtitled, is poignant. The seemingly off-hand compositional and perspectival logic suggests an highly subjective gaze: a bystander is captured mid-gesture, a car window partially frames the street, backgrounds are populated by the mini-dramas of passersby. The actresses meet that gaze, at times almost defiantly, as if interrupted mid-sentence by the intrusive lens of the photographer.

Miu Miu Fall Winter Campaign by Steven Meisel

By Photorist Eugeniy → Friday, June 19, 2015
A woman’s work is never done Mrs Viola Sievers, one of the wipers at the roundhouse, giving a giant ‘H’ class locomotive a bath of live steam in Clinton, Iowa, April 1943
The Great Depression was an economic slump in North America, Europe, and other industrialized areas of the world that began in 1929 and lasted until about 1939. It was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world. The Great Depression had devastating effects in countries rich and poor.


The Great Depression in Photography

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