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« on: August 01, 2008, 02:11:20 PM »
" ... Die helle Kammer (La chambre claire, Paris 1980) ist ein Essay des französischen Philosophen Roland Barthes.  Barthes vermittelt hier die Möglichkeit, eine Phänomenologie und ein Kompendium der Photographie entwickeln zu wollen. Der zweite Teil hingegen ist sehr intim, womit er lehrhafte Aussagen zur Photographie aus dem ersten Teil wiederum demaskiert (vgl. Dekonstruktion). In diesem Teil erscheint das für seinen medientheoretischen Diskurs über die Photographie wichtigste Photo, das als einziges Photo in dem Band nicht abgedruckt ist. Es ist eine Kindheits-Photographie seiner Mutter, auf die er bei der Suche nach dem für ihn Wesentlichen seiner Mutter beim Durchstöbern der Fotos nach ihrem Tod zufällig stößt. Barthes stellt somit die Subjektivität in seinem Diskurs über die Photographie heraus: „Es existiert ausschließlich für mich (...) bestenfalls würde es für Ihr Studium von Interesse sein: Epoche, Kleidung, Photogenität; doch verletzen würde es Sie nicht im mindesten.“ ..." (7. Februar 2016)

"Roland Barthes, Die Helle Kammer – Bemerkung zur Photographie, eine Lesart" Swen Stein (2008)

"Phantombilder (Barthes –  Kracauer)", Volker Pantenburg - in: arcadia, Band 37, Heft 2 (2002), S.327 -­‐ 343.
Das Buch, von dem hier die Rede sein soll, ist Roland Barthes' Text  La Chambre claire von 1980 ...



Born in St. Petersburg (Leningrad), Russia. Igor Posner moved to Los Angeles, California in the early 90s. He studied biology and biochemistry at the University of California Los Angeles, where he first starts to take pictures and experiment in the dark room. Early stories include photographs taken in south-central Los Angeles, and Tijuana, Mexico. Igor returned to Russia in 2006, taking up photography full time. In 2007, Igor moved from Los Angeles to New York City. At present, he lives between St. Petersburg and New York.

Hinrich Schultze

Enid Crow
"Since 2001, I have been photographing myself as different male and female characters observing undefined disasters looming beyond the camera's eye"...

Pavel Odvodys Bildwelt

Poloroids by Dash Snow

Photoblog by Jake Dobkin (New York City)

Photographs by Jerry Hsu
Things and Stuff

Saint John
Photographs of Saint John, NB (1963-1973)

Aaron Hawks
records of sexual noir...

Multimedia-Archiv der NASA

Photography by George Ciardi
night photography - "I am a self-taught photographer..."

LoFi Pictures
b&w LoFi Pctures

LoFi Pictures

UK Night Photography
"This site comprises an expanding list of locations within the UK photographed at night by Jon May and Robert Brook"

adventures in greyscale (Game Boy Photos)
An attempt by Tom Gilmore/10k to document a life through a collection of photos. All photos have been taken with a Game Boy or "Pocket" Camera and converted from SRAM data into .BMP or .GIF images with the help of cheap third-party products and home-brewed software.

LoFi Pictures pt.2
b&w LoFi Pctures pt.2

Morales Mengotti
Woman, Man, Fashion, Cuatro Caminos, Far-off, Gipsy, Palancares, Crystal, Dark Years, City, Metro

Miles Aldridge

Chambre noire
webzine photographique

Pictorial history of both the unseen and iconic moments of everyday life, a web version of "the most epic magazine ever"...

Jannica Honey
not limited to Fashion, the Arts, Music & Portraits.

Lorenzo Castore


Sasha Kurmaz / Homer
Born 1986 Kiev, Ukraine
Currently lives and works in Kiev, Ukraine

Fotografien von Kai Ammon
Zeitgeschehen, Momente, Plattenbau-Sequenzen

Katharina Bosse was born in Turku, Finland in 1968 and grew up in Kirchzarten, Germany. After living in New York from the mid-90s for almost a decade, she moved back to Germany in 2003, making art, raising children and teaching as professor for photography in Bielefeld, Germany.Her work is in the collections of the MoMA and Maison Européenne de la Photographie, and has been published by magazines including The New Yorker, Spin, Park Avenue, Geo, Der Spiegel and the New York Times Magazine.
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« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2008, 01:11:50 PM »
Cammie Toloui - She continues to document her life and uncover taboos through her photography,  her jewellery and her band the Yeastie Girlz.

Berlin, Germany | |

Aneta Bartos

Michel Vaerewijck

Vlastimil Kula - Kula Photography - Kulas Bunker

Le contraire et son contraire
All pics taken by me. Feel free to reblog, if you like them. Etienne Cabran

Mario Lalich | photographer

katharine tillman

Misha Gordin
This website presents the lifetime involvement in conceptual photograpy by artist Misha Gordin

Jenni Tapanila
"i use fake blood that i buy from a theatre supply store. the stores own blood, or Kryolan, or Cinema Secrets or similar"....

Thomas Hauser
Die Bilder thematisieren den weiblichen Akt in den Kontexten Malerei, Fotografie und Computersimulation....

urbanphotos by Matt Weber

Tod Seelie Photography
the short of the long

:: Les Krims :::
Sally Krims (1910-2005)

Carnet2rue by JR
JR is an street artist and photographer...

Philadelphia Photography & Art (Ted Adams etc.)

guido fink photography
u.a. strassenfotographie etc. - "nichts davon hat eine bedeutung, aber es geschah, und vielleicht reicht das schon aus." joel meyerowitz

Miron Zownir
Radical photography and cinema by Miron Zownir...

Roberta Ridolfi

available to work. documentary and conflict assignments preferred.

Vera Hartmann

Scott Pommier currently lives in Vancouver Canada, but travels around rather a lot.

New York in the 80s by Steven Siegel
"New York in the Eighties: A Photographic History"
I’ve been photographing the streets and subways of New York for the past 30 years. When young people today look at my shots from the 1980’s, they are aghast. To them, New York of the 1980’s is almost unrecognizable. And they are right. Some older people are nostalgic for “the good old days.” For example, they remember the Times Square of the 80’s… And what they remember is not so much the danger but the grittiness and (for lack of a better word) the authenticity. Yes, there was sleaze, but there were also video arcades, cheap movies, restaurants, and weird places. These same people resent the “Disney-ification” of Times Square and the gentrification of virtually all of Manhattan and many areas of the boroughs, and the loss of cheap housing and local stores everywhere. Others’ reactions to these same photos could not be more different. If they’re over a certain age, they remember the high crime, the twin crises of AIDS and crack, the racial tension, the lurid tabloid headlines about the latest street crime. They say: It was a nightmare, and thank God it’s over.
Of course, both views are right.
This set contains a sampling of my 1980s-era photos of the World Trade Center. Here is a link to a full set of my WTC photos on Flickr:

Joe Plonsker is a a photographer currently residing in his hometown of San Francisco, CA. He attended St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM, where he earned his BA in Philosophy and Mathematics.

David Uzzardi Photography
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« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2008, 01:15:43 PM »
Marcus Haydock

Justin Maxon (1983)

Christian Hansen - I'd Rather Go Blind

Ariel Zambelich

Jonathan Lewis Photography

sandy kim photography |


Dona Schwartz
Dona Schwartz is an American photographer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

friends, ex girlfriends, current girlfriends, some other assholes girlfriend (san francisco, usa )

Mustafah Abdulaziz

Photographs by Todd Hido
Things look strange, when you are a stranger… (Luc Sante)

urban_data's photos

cary conover
pictues by cary conover

Alison Brady

Charlott Markus
Charlott Markus is originally from Sweden, currently lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands....

Carolin Reichert (NL)
Photography, Fakes...

Over the past 7 years I have been engaged with a long-term photographic examination of the peculiarities and complexities of the consumer-dominated culture in which we live. Brian Ulrich

John Francis Peters

Alex Welsh
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« Reply #3 on: September 02, 2008, 01:06:24 PM »
Photography by Andre Govia

Bryan Derballa is a freelance photographer living in Brooklyn, NY.

Ted Pushinsky Photography

Adam Moore Photography
Documentary photos (Berlin and Russia, etc.)

Ryan McGinley
born on 17 October in Ramsey, NJ

Tim Dirven

Photographie in ost Europa

:: Juliana Beasley :::

erik van der weijde

Fotostream von elmo tide

Julian Röder

natalie kucken

Gregory Berg
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« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2009, 04:07:56 PM »
Simon Høgsberg

Yvonne Todd

Carel Schutte

Rena Effendi

David Solomons Photography

Maggie Lochtenberg

Filippo Romano

jackson eaton photography |

Born in New York City and raised in Hollywood, Terry began photographing his environment while attending Hollywood High School and playing in a punk rock band. And he hasn't stopped shooting since. Terry has lensed campaigns for such clients as Gucci, Sisley, Miu Miu, Chloe, and his editorial work has appeared in magazines such as French Vogue, British Vogue, i-D, GQ, Harper's Bazaar and Purple, and his impressive list of subjects includes Daniel Day Lewis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Vincent Gallo, Tom Ford, Jay Z, Kanye West, Johnny Knoxville, Karl Lagerfeld, Pharell Williams and many others.


Lina Scheynius - photography

Brian Ulrich - Contemporary Consumer Culture | Blog

seriykotik1970's photostream

hannahelisabeth's photostream

Hannah Davis

Marija Radosavljevic |

Yusuf Sevinçli

sophie van der perre, born on 3rd of june 1987 in poperinge, belgium
prefers shooting with film, but doesn't mind shooting digital.
living in amsterdam.

Jürgen Chill

red nails - wrong city

Julie Pike (Norway)

Jaime Martínez
I was born in Monterrey Mexico (1978) and I'm currently living in Mexico City.

Fotostream von anemic.cinema

Fotostream von billyjane

I have always been fascinated by sexuality, the diversity of our practices, the never ending will of those who try to make their fantasies come true ; fascinated by this incredibly intense moment, orgasm, when all barriers, rules, everyday wisdom, seem to collapse to let intimacy be seen : the true nature of human beings unveiled.
I am interested in any of those moments of ecstasy, whatever their nature : thoroughly organized by the complexity of rules and codes, the decorum of fetish practices, or the happy chaos of spontaneous copulation, by pair of more. All those moments are moments of life, they are rich of a strong humanity, cheerful, funny sometimes, serious at other times – they are always loaded with a deep, powerful emotion.
Any art in there ? I make pictures and leave it with the audience whether they wish to see them as art or as pornography, or both. I do not care about categories.
My work has grown with time and reputation. Today my models are those who come to me, “real people from real life”, who wish to play with their sexuality on stage. I have no esthetical criteria, as I am not interested in stereotypes, but in the desire of the human beings I meet, beautiful by nature, whatever its shape.

spencer murphy

whitney hubbs
# nothing happens in june
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« Reply #5 on: August 24, 2009, 06:13:02 PM »
Roman Vishniac (1897-1990)
Exhibition: ‘Roman Vishniac Rediscovered’ at The Photographers’ Gallery and Jewish Museum London

Stephen Leslie - deepstoat

Dougie Wallace - Social Documentary and Street Photographer

Anouk Deville- Life Lust Love Lost Photography
Paris, France |

Based in Ukraine, Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven are two photographers who have been experimenting with high quality cameras since their perhaps not-so-innocent youth. From frozen lakes to empty theatre stages across Eastern Europe, the duo have snapped haunting images of the surroundings available to them, often emanating a dark or eerie mood...

Mike was born in Indiana. Mike grew up in Puerto Rico. Mike went to film school at Boston University.
Brooklyn’s been home since 1999. |

Chad Moore is based in New York City.

Fotostream von Lydia Roberts

The Poladroid Freak Team starts with feeling the need of "poladroiding" any photo or image that comes in our hands, whatever it is, wherever it comes from. Sweet kitties, lovely beaches, landscapes, gorgeous bodies, balloons, froggies, jewellery or hard porn NSFW...
We do not care about copyrights or other shit like that since The Poladroid Freak Team is not a commercial business. We do love photos, we do love images, and we do enjoy Poladroid.

    * × Rule #1. We do not make any money whatsoever out of TPFT.
    * × Rule #2. Whenever possible, we will link to the original image and/or creator. (by clicking the photo or writen under it)
    * × Rule #3. We will never take any credit if the image is not originally ours.
    * × Rule #4. We might not reblog from other Tumblrs, we will post giving original credit after poladroiding their photopost.
    * × Rule #5. We do not give a shit about Tumblarity.

    * × Master Rule. We will strictly follow all of the rules above.

Poladroid is a free software you can download for your enjoyment.

Takaaki Okada |

Oxana Goutnik

Fotostream von A. Scarpulla

AMERICAN SUBURB X | Since 2008, Art, Photography and Culture
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« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2009, 11:41:37 AM »
Harald Hauswald - Fotograf

matt nighswander photographs

Nicole Lesser
Raised in Los Angeles. Living and working in NYC.
Nicole's work is based upon her relationships with her subjects.
The content of her pictures is conveyed by the closeness she shares with them.
They are portraits of love and intimacy for those that intrique her,
and who represent her present youth with its vitality and alternativity.

Vladimir Zidlicky was born 1945 in Hodonín, The Czech Republic

New World Order
Veteran NYC
Back from War
Boyley Jam
Fisherman Blues
Homeless Ex-Service
Last Orders

simone lueck
I live in LA and I like it here. I like that the palm trees were all planted at the same time. I like that Gloria Swanson played herself in Sunset Boulevard. I like that she had it, and then she lost it, and she didn't know the difference. I like that she buried her dead chimp in a satin lined casket. Making pictures in LA is good. It's like sifting through an old trunk filled with worn out fan letters and a bright blonde lock of hair from 1953.

Keren Moscovitch
Born: 1978, Beer Sheva, Israel
Resides: Brooklyn, New York

André Kertész (* 2. Juli 1894 in Budapest, Österreich-Ungarn, als Andor Kertész; † 27. oder 28. September 1985 in New York City) war ein aus Ungarn stammender Fotograf...

Andre Kertesz BBC Master Photographers (1983)

Jon Naar

Born in Belgium in December 1981 Alexandre studies Economics and Political Sciences in Brussels. After an internship at the UN Headquarters in NY he discovers photography during humanitarian missions in Africa supporting refugees and displaced people.
It is in 2011 in the Democratic Republic of Congo that he decides to embrace photography. ... |

borut peterlin, slovenia, ambrotype, Portrait photography, Wet Plate Collodion, Analog Film photography |

Rachel Bennett

Tiane Doan na Champassak
French photographer of Asian descent, Tiane Doan na Champassak (1973), based in Provence, was first recognized for his documentary work (Agence Vu) before exploring a more artistic approach. His photography is driven by a fascination for gender identity issues, revealing a decidedly aesthetic sensibility. For each body of work, print or publication, he seeks out the most appropriate techniques, materials and formats. In 2011, he self-published two books employing vernacular photography found online and in 2012 he published Tantra, The Father of Pop Dance and Spleen and Ideal. He received the SCAM portfolio prize and was Laureate of the Villa Médicis Hors-les-Murs program, both in 2001. |

Giorgio Carboni, November 2002 - Translation edited by Charles and Mary Perry

A propos de la Bibliothèque de Toulouse
La Bibliothèque de Toulouse est une Bibliothèque Publique Municipale à Vocation Régionale. Sise dans la 4è ville de France, elle se compose d’une médiathèque, d’une bibliothèque d’étude et du patrimoine, de 20 bibliothèques de quartier et de deux bibliobus.
Le fonds Patrimoine de la bibliothèque est composé de documents de toute sorte datant du VIIe siècle jusqu’à nos jours.
Les collections patrimoniales comprennent notamment : des manuscrits anciens ; des imprimés avant 1815 ; des imprimés après 1815 ; des partitions musicales ; d'un patrimoine jeunesse (ouvrages pour la jeunesse anciens et contemporains) ; d'une collection russe ; de livres d’artistes du XXe et XXIe siècle ; des reliures.

MIRAPROSPEKT is a showcase for personal work of independent photographers.
A web journal of individual series with the focus on self-initiated work, an archive for
rarely published work made available to a wider audience. ...

Born in Rome in 1972, lives and works in Paris
and Marseille ...
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„Grüße aus der DDR“ oder der Alltag in einem verschwundenen Staat
Eine Fotoausstellung von Siegfried Wittenburg


Ruben Brulat

Annabel Mehran

Roksana Mical photography (Graphic Studies)

Andrew Hammerand |

Eugene Richards Photography

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Photography
Ruins are the visible symbols and landmarks of our societies and their changes, small pieces of history in suspension.

Dan Isaac Wallin

Jason Nocito Photography

Charlie Engman

Niall McDiarmid is a photographer based in London |


Fred Herzog (* 21. September 1930 in Stuttgart-Cannstatt) ist ein kanadischer Fotograf.

Fred Herzog

Fred Herzog: Vancouver Photographs Paperback – 2007
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Dieter Krehbiel

Sander Meisner

The photography of Matt Stuart

Nathanael Turner


Ryan Bailey

Matthew Tammaro was born in 1987 and currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada. |

Kyle Scully is a Vancouver based photographer. His work, which follows his life, examines the peripheral corners of everyday rountine.

Hudson Hayden Photography

A true trip to my ego, a diary with a thousand interpretations.
I am what you want to see, I show what I am not.
- Rita Lino

Jennilee Marigomen, Vancouver Canada |

Ren Hang

Cohetes naranjas' photostream


Tom Phillips

Alexey Titarenko

John Bridges is a founding member of the Southern Darkroom Collective.  This collective embraces the art of film photography and is where ideas are stretched, film is wasted, and things go boom. ...

Gregory Berg
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William Mortensen (27 January 1897–12 August 1965) was an American art photographer, primarily known for his Hollywood portraits in the 1920s-1940s in the pictorialist style....

William Mortensen 1897–1965
A Pictorial Compendium of Witchcraft

William Mortensen

American nightmares: the photography of William Mortensen

William Mortensen: American Grotesque and The Command To Look
 American Grotesque (a monograph with commentary) and Mortensen's unique tutorial "The Command To Look" will be available in Fall 2014.


"Berlins verbotene Geisterbahnhöfe"
Um Flüchtlinge aufzuhalten, vermauerte die DDR 1961 in Ost-Berlin etliche U-Bahn-Zugänge und schuf Geisterbahnhöfe. Der Fotograf Robert Conrad ist 1989 heimlich zu den verbotenen Gleisen hinabgestiegen. ...


New York Street Photography by Matt Weber
Photographing NYC for 25 years in mostly black & white and for six of those years I was driving a New York City taxicab. I never stage photos, so what you see here actually happened... |

Lauren Kristin | |


My name is Sander Dekker. I take pictures.

I come from the forest, with its mossy paths and pine needle covered rocks. I come from an old land, from a mythical land. This is where I can be, naked from cultural expectations. This is where I create. My photography is about a female utopia where she disrobes from gender pressures, where she lets herself fall into an arcadia of pre-formative. Her presence is so quiet that it becomes loud, the sentiment and power are compressed making a melancholy space. The female presence unfettered by external ideas creates this utopia that is shrouded in melancholy.
SOPHIE MöRNER - Manifesto
The awareness of passing time is morose, because it's fleeting in the moment and in retrospect it's already gone. This movement of time allows me to 'capture' these utopia moments. In this world every moment is a contained universe. This is not sentimental. This is my mythical homeland.
My work constructs a personal and community narrative that is seemingly self-contained while engaging with a vision of its own potential. My work is not concerned with perception per se, but focuses on the practice of creating spaces of a collective imaginary.
Within this collective imaginary, the unfettered female interacts with the landscapes and animals in organic ways, and experiences herself as an equal member of the natural world while finding like minded that join her in this particular utopia. A mythical realm is created through her interaction with the landscape as it is fused with the empowerment of the collective imaginary. She is a vision of my homeland.

Cortney Andrews

Alex Prager Photography

photos by Lincoln Clarkes

Ross McDonnell is a photographer and filmmaker. Born in Dublin, Ireland in 1979

Fotografie Lukáše Houdka

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Zweimal Deutschland in Schwarz-Weiß


Kitra Cahana Photography

Jessica Tremp |

Anne McAulay


Michael Wolf

John Battaglia Photography |

Muir Vidler

ANDREW MIKSYS is a native of Seattle, Washington. He currently divides his time between Seattle
and Vilnius, Lithuania.

Christopher Wool


Dru Donovan

Jo Babcock Photography

Lynn Silverman

Jacob Aue Sobol

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Irina Ruppert

Nils Waldow


Lincoln Clarkes (born 1957, in Toronto) is an photographer...

"Heroines" (Published on Jun 30, 2012)
Heroines documents the realities of addiction, prostitution and survival for women living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Photographer Lincoln Clarkes offers a rare and compassionate view into the lives of these women and reflects their unique beauty and strength in the portraits he takes of them. 2001 documentary directed by Stan Feingold features the poetry of Susan Musgrave and the music of John Korsrud. ...

Worldwide Green Eyes
Lincoln Clarkes Photographs


Alan Ket


City exposures - From Leeds to London: portraits of English cities in the 1970s – in pictures


Photographer and writer. Subjects: time-lapse photography of urban spaces; ghettos in the U.S.; ruins; housing; American popular culture.
For more than four decades I have devoted myself to photographing and documenting the poorest and most segregated communities in urban America. I feel that a people’s past, including their accomplishments, aspirations and failures, are reflected less in the faces of those who live in these neighborhoods than in the material, built environment in which they move and modify over time. Photography for me is a tool for continuously asking questions, for understanding the spirit of a place, and, as I have discovered over time, for loving and appreciating cities. My focus is on established East Coast cities such as New York, Newark and Camden; rust belt cities of the Midwest such as Detroit and Chicago; and Los Angeles and Richmond, California. I have photographed urban America systematically, frequently returning to re-photograph these cities over time. Along the way I became a historically conscious documentarian, an archivist of decline, a photographer of walls, buildings, and city blocks. Bricks, signs, trees, and sidewalks have spoken to me the most truthfully and eloquently about urban reality.


Leo Erken, Geboren: 1964
Bücher: Straße : Osteuropa und die ehemalige Sowjetunion 1987 - 2003


Established in the days of industrialization to provide workers with drinking water after their shift, traditional kiosks are increasingly threatened by the liberalization of shop opening times. To be published as a photo book in late 2018.


vivian fu
I am a photographer living in San Francisco. |




Holly Bailey is a writer based in Washington, D.C.  A former
White House correspondent for Newsweek and national correspondent for Yahoo News, she is now a national political reporter for the Washington Post covering the 2020 presidential campaign.

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« Reply #12 on: December 19, 2020, 12:16:12 PM »
Joseph Rodriguez

My Fares
The people Joseph Rodriguez saw through the windshield.
Portfolio by Joseph Rodriguez
220 West Houston Street | “This is an after-after-hours club that was right across from the Film Forum. This place stayed open from like five in the morning to five in the afternoon. It was where you went after the big S&M clubs — Anvil, Hellfire — in the Meatpacking District closed. Back when Al Pacino was doing his research for the film Cruising, you’d see him cruising in this neighborhood.” Photo: Joseph Rodriguez

Photographer Elsa Bleda Captures Istanbul In Neon Colors, Foggy And Cinematic Nightscapes
Elsa Bleda is a multi-talented artist, photographer, art director, and actress who was born in France and currently lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. As a stranger in the night, she explores the cities she calls home, shedding a light on the abandoned nightscapes she encounters. Bleda has a unique aesthetic that is both cinematic and dystopian.

Elsa Bleda

I was born in New York City and have lived there most of my life. I had a career in clinical psychology, psychoanalysis and university teaching.
In 2008, I began to take photography classes at The International Center of Photography. In addition, I have studied at The Maine Media Workshops as well as privately with a number of photographers.
My primary interest is street photography.

Don Hudson
South Lyon, Michigan, US

Born 1979 in Doboj, Bosnia Herzegovina, Sergej Vutuc’s growth reverberates the noise of some conflicted local history which uprooted him as far as Zagreb (Croatia) and Heilbronn (Germany) in his most formative years. …


lichtorte | photographie |
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