Interview with Fine Art Photographer, Chris Kayler

As an emotionally driven photographer, do you find it difficult to create when confronted by emotionally arid episodes in your life? Much like emotions themselves, it’s a complex topic. Both emotional droughts and emotional floods come with their own advantages and disadvantages. During the most difficult and trying times of my life, I’ve had to […]

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Interview with Creative Light Painting Photographer, Vincent Delesvaux

Interview with Creative Light Painting Photographer, Vincent Delesvaux – Exploring the ways which offers the long exposure photography and the technique of light painting, i am interested in the control of gesture, in the subconscious and it relationship in the reality. I like sculpturing spaces, going into the intimacy of places and peoples and revealing in the eye the invisible.

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Interview with 300: Rise of an Empire Still Photographer Clay Enos

Interview with 300: Rise of an Empire Still Photographer Clay Enos – Clay Enos refuses to be pigeonholed into any one category of photography. From a portrait session with Sting to a print campaign for Red Stag Bourbon or a spontaneous portrait on the street, Clay consistently captures moments that feel both real and transcendent. Always spontaneous and edgy, Clay’s unique style shines through his commercial, editorial and personal photographs.

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Interview with Artistic Neon Portrait Photographer, Hid Saib

Interview with Hid Saib, Creative Neon Portrait Photographer – Light effects are just about as versatile as the imagination. The possibilities are endless. This is what Portuguese photographer Hid Saib discovered as he played around with some neon effects on people’s faces. Hid Saib used tiny flecks of vivid neon paint and decorated the faces as well as shoulders of the subjects in his portraits.

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Interview with Flora Borsi, Budapest based Fine Art Photographer

Flora Borsi Interview – Being behind the camera is so much easier, because I can arrange the composition and capture the perfect moment. If something isn’t good enough I can make adjustments in real time. When I take pictures of myself it is difficult to pay attention to the camera settings, lighting, pose, and composition. I often use a mirror to see the result before the self-timer stops counting.

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