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  1. David A

    Liz Kemp has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    These are all Bromoils
    About the Photographer:
    Studied Chemistry and Photography and obtained a degree Photography is a hobby and I have never done it professionally. Loved the work of Ansel Adams and the others in that American period of large format b/w. Alternative photography is my passion particulate Bromoil where the image is always under your control. Recent it has become a problem because of lack of suitable silver gelatine paper. The one I use now is Fomobrom iv which is sadly discontinued

  2. David A

    Hilary W Clauss has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are. – Anaïs Nin
    About the Photographer:
    I am an obsessive observer of intimate details. The moment a person or thing begins to reveal itself to me, I’ve already picked a small place to fill a frame.

  3. David A

    Colleen Gleason has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    This collection of photographs is my attempt to display grace, beauty and poetry hard at work. Iconic sultry summer days are but one vantage point to see these historic vessels. Their sleek, silent movement coupled with the murmur of voices, bouts of laughter and the smell of the evening’s dinner wafting up the stairs from a glistening, efficient galley. Heaven welcomes you here to Penobscot Bay, Maine. I would like to add a special note of thanks to John Foss, Captain and owner of the Schooner American Eagle, from which all photographs were taken.
    About the Photographer:
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  4. David A

    Sofi Mdivnishvili has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    As most post-soviet countries Georgia also keeps the status of conservative country and it faced me to daily challenges of social problems. Nudity is still regarded as the shame so even today some young people stick you a bad label when you are ,,different” or want to express yourself as you are. I never identify my models and it is particularly impossible from the pictures because I never take their faces, or they are always covered. That’s why from the very first moment when I meet these girls we become very close people because we have something to hide, regardless the fact that we are showing too much to others.

    It is easy to memorize someone with a face, but in my case it is like introducing to someone with body parts. Every body is a new story for me, with its own lines and marks and I always try to read them correctly to retell these stories to others with the help of photography. The process is really interesting because when I shoot someone it is my first appointment with that person. So my pictures are the result of my first expression about their bodies. But still everyone can see different emotions, colors, stories in these body parts.
    But my idea took me on a long journey. Many of these girls were speaking to me about their problems, complexes of their bodies. That they didn’t feel okay looking in the mirror, but the best moment is when after shooting I hear them saying they fell different, consider their shapes beautiful because I managed to see them better than they could do that. At the same time it gave me a lots of self-confidence because I feel I’m doing something interesting and I feel myself as a real person.
    I am happy that since the first day when I took my camera many things has changed, my mom who was against me to do all this is one of my fan now and more and more girls are asking me to be the part of the project.
    About the Photographer:
    I was born in Tbilisi (Georgia) on 27th march, 1996. My interest in photography started 3 years ago, because of the analogue cameras and since then I use only them for my photos. I have never learnt anything about photography all I do is just how I see things or humans. In the process of shooting film taught me how to think and chose something that is more important for me. I use only natural light so sometimes everything is under the risk but I think avoiding all the artificial things makes everything more lively.
    I tried to capture several women naked because I thought it was really interesting to see how the bodies could show the inner world of a person, but it was a big responsibility because I had no clue about photography to do something special. I had many disappointments because of the film but it made me to think more to cinsider hidden things and to think what is more important for me in the process of shooting because you are always limited in photos. At the same time I found out that there are particularly no photographers in Georgia in this field. One of the reason is no trust from girls to men photographers.

  5. David A

    Bob Leonard has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    In the “Reinventions” series, I scavenged my surroundings seeking interesting shapes and colors, then transformed into triptychs. My goal to create a flow between these multiple images, the result possibly greater than each individual component.
    About the Photographer:
    As a photographer, my interest lies in scavenging the environment for interesting shapes and colors. These found objects are transformed into abstract polyptychs, creating a flow between multiple images with the result possibly greater than each individual component.

  6. David A

    Tika Jabanashvili has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    In this series I wanted to convey my feelings and attitude towards art. The series is titled “Self-Portrait.” the seria is made with selphone and there the model and the photographer are the same person. thie seria means how you can be part of your imagination.
    About the Photographer:
    I am a Graduate of a Master Degree in Law. I have been interested in photography for about a third year. In the past, I have been a dancer and actress so the arts have always been a constant companion and influence in my life. All my works are taken on a mobile phone, mostly in documentary and conceptual genre. i use iPhone to capture people in their day to day surrounding in muted, analogue tones. I love how mobile photography allows me to be unnoticed and spontaneous. It’s completely built on the suddenness of the moment. A scene can present itself to you so quickly that you do not have long to prepare for it. If you were to take to long to prepare then you may lose your shot.
    my first personal exhibition was held in 2018, on a conceptual-experimental topic – laundry with the name “hanging out the washing”. My work follows a conceptual and documentary theme. I’m totally in love with street photography. I was working on a new conceptual topic called “autoportrait”. Now I work with the new theme called “same and different.”
    The most important things for me in photography is the light. Light is key in photography. It can change many things about a composition. Using natural light adds a wonderful quality to a photo. I love capturing the warmth of sun in my images.
    In 2019, i was nominated among the best 16 mobile photographers by EyeEm and in the competition organized by the same platform, and my photos were among the top ten on the topic of minimalism and mobile photography. Later, my photos were exhibited at the Berlin Photo Week and printed in a different magazines. Photos from this project has also been published on vogue.it. My photos olso are published in BBC article. I become a winner of I am a Graduate of a Master Degree in Law. I have been interested in photography for about a third year. In the past, I have been a dancer and actress so the arts have always been a constant companion and influence in my life. All my works are taken on a mobile phone, mostly in documentary and conceptual genre. i use iPhone to capture people in their day to day surrounding in muted, analogue tones. I love how mobile photography allows me to be unnoticed and spontaneous. It’s completely built on the suddenness of the moment. A scene can present itself to you so quickly that you do not have long to prepare for it. If you were to take to long to prepare then you may lose your shot.

  7. David Aimone

    Matt Lethbridge LRPS has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    Meanderings and Visual Musings in Local Woodland.
    My aim is to try and catch the sense of history and atmosphere as I wander between the trees. The slow and methodical way that using film and paper negatives in old plate cameras dictates suits the meditative way that I like to work. Contact printing these negatives in solitude in the darkroom adds to the feeling of being in contact with what you create and prevents you from becoming a casual bystander……….
    About the Photographer:
    Originally from The Isles of Scilly and now based in the north of England, I have been an outdoor photographer for the last 12 years. I started out photographing the landscape with various digital cameras until around three years ago when I decided that I might try shooting a few rolls of film, just to see if I would enjoy the process. What started off as a bit of fun soon turned in to an obsession of sorts, to the point that I now photograph exclusively with film and develop and darkroom print all my own black and white work.
    I am usually to be found meandering around my local woodland with either vintage pre-war cameras or pinhole cameras.

  8. David Aimone

    Jason Philbrook has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    Winter Portfolio. I enjoy the quiet solitude of winter here and snow really simplifies woods images. Scenes are more abstract and about shapes and light when the leaves are gone and snow is here. The temporary nature of winter weather excites me too; snow does not stay in place for long and is always changing. Pictorialists used to work in Maine in the summer more than a hundred years ago, but they missed out on the nicest light and woods that come with winter. I mostly use film so I can use old lenses and for how film handles snow highlights.
    About the Photographer:
    I’ve photographed in my home area of Maine for many purposes since high school in the 1990’s. After digging into Eliot Porter & Henry David Thoreau in college, I had a new respect and inspiration for nature photography. I also enjoy photo history and the pictorialists and sometimes employ their style, but always learn from them. Maine is nice in the summer, but I really enjoy winter for photography as I have the place to myself and the low light is even better.

  9. David Aimone

    Zuka Kotrikadze has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:

    About the Photographer:
    21 years old, from Tbilisi Georgia. I take photos though mobile phone. I had my first personal exhibition titled “colors” last year and street exhibition titled “ABC art”. Artworks was created with minimalist style. At present, I have 3 projects about minimalism. My photos were placed on the billboards at the bus station of Tbilisi, I became a finalist of the World Bank competition.
    I was a nominee of “Kolga Tbili Photo Festival” 2019, “Newcomer Award”. I’m new member of EyeEm’s “The Collective”.
    My photos will be exhibited in the “Cheerz photo festival”, also I’m Jury favorite and “First Prize”

  10. David Aimone

    Ana Caldas has just submitted a portfolio for review.
    Portfolio Description:
    Eclétic, moody and mysterious people use to say. Memory’s are always present
    About the Photographer:
    I was born in Lisbon, Portugal 49 years ago and I like images and take photos since I was a girl. I like the power of images. It can be a mirror of the soul. Still keep in my memories some of them. My phography is intuitive. I do not know nothing about technic but I like to experiment. I feel. Freedom when I took photos and that’s it. I’m in all the photos I. Take although not all are about me.

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