Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Francesco Margaroli / Nowhere

‘Nowhere’, series by Francesco Margaroli
photographer based in Genoa, Italy.


Behind the Image / Rafael M. Milani

Tell us something about this picture

The story behind that picture is actually quite simple. I took it while taking a night walk with a couple of friends around our neighbourhood. It was a very cold night, and as we aproached the lake I noticed how strange the lights looked filtered through the mist and reflected on the water’s surface. It’s just the light from a few lamp posts on the other side of the lake, but that night it looked like something else.
I went back to that place many times, but I never saw them like that again.


Rafael M. Milani – photographer from São Paulo, Brazil / on flickr – on tumblr

Interview / Klaus Pichler

Following the publication of ‘Skeletons in the Closet’ WERTN sits down with Austrian photographer / self publisher Klaus Pichler for a chat.

‘Skeletons in the Closet’ will be presented at Ti Pi Tin bookstore tonight (17/10) as part of the X|12 project, a platform which promotes independent publications and invites them to London for a pop-up presentation/ exhibition.


Aurélien Heilbronn

Nice pictures from 2 serials -  ‘Brightness’ (color) and ‘Darkness’ (b&w) - by Aurélien Heilbronn
born in Paris in 1990 and now living in Los Angeles.



Selection of pictures by Jackson and Joshua Stewart
both are 20 and from Los Angeles, California


Interview / Renee Ackerman

Interview of the young american photographer, Renee Ackerman.


Paul Bailey

Some pictures by Paul Bailey - from Manchester, England.


Riders of Phanom / Luke Moran-Morris

‘Riders of Phanom’ is a nice photography book by Luke Moran-Morris (from Brighton, England) about a small town in Thailand where motorbikes & bicycles are an integral part of the culture. > Read it on Issuu.


William James Broadhurst

Photos by William James Broadhurst
- from Melbourne, Australia


Undrawn Hours / Paola Leonardi

Undrawn Hours‘ is serie of the London-based photographer, Paola Leonardi.
This project is an exploration through the Skagi peninsula in Iceland.