Our photographer of the week is Laura Ferreira, a Freelance photographer and digital artist living in Trinidad and Tobago.
Laura has been working on her own for the past 4 years. She is focused on conceptual portraiture, commercial photography and fashion with a surreal twist.
I leave you to enjoy 10 of her selected work
Our photographer of the week is Elena Kalis from Moscow (Russia).
For the past 12 years she lived on a small island in the Bahamas with her husband and two children.
She specialize in underwater photography and at a present moment she works as a freelance photographer, apart from her dedication to personal projects.
Her images have been used for book, magazine and CD covers, and have appeared in print magazines and online publications.
Our photographer for this week is Larry Stone a professional photographer in Phoenix area who photographs people and tells the stories that life moves too fast to tell.
Larry has an unique style and un-usual compositions. Quoting him, he believes that “Everyone has a story tell, but not all stories can be told with words… some of the greatest stories I have ever heard have been told to me with just one look”.
Our photographer of the week is Thomas Leuthard – a street photographer based in Switzerland.
Thomas told us the following about his passion for photography :
” I’m traveling around the World with my camera to document life in public. I like to meet people around the globe to talk about street photography and to shoot together. I also like to share my knowledge through different channels on the Internet. I have just published a first eBook about street photography. You can download it for free here: http://book.85mm.c I’m working already on a second book which will be publish in early September. It’s not the money which drives me, but the passion to a way of photography which changed my life. ”
Our photographer of the week is Michael Shaw from North West of England – UK.
Michael told us the following about his relationship with photography :
“I have been a frustrated artist, frustrated with my lack of patience. I picked up a camera at the back of 2006 to see if I could do something about it and was hooked from that day on.
Photography has become my passion. Since that time I have spent most of my free time learning how to use both the camera and the post editing techniques.
I look at the world as if I am looking through a viewfinder, everything is framed and my camera is never too far way. I enjoy both the serenity of the landscape and the hustle and bustle of the urban, I am at ease in both locations and find so much beauty in all I can see.”