Our featured photographer of the week is Matteo Carta – It’s been only one year that he decided to get into photography and he is already publishing some awesome photography.
At the moment he is a student of Law but, sooner, he wants to get all the things right to get into the professional world of photography. It’s definitely the world that he wants to be in.
Matteo loves reportage photography, nude, weddings, headshots, wildlife and landscape photography.
He thinks that he needs to finds his root if he wants to step into professional photography. In the meantime and in his own words: “I’ll just keep shooting, I’ll find out my way ”
I leave you to enjoy 10 of his truly stunning pictures – If you liked his work, you can view his flickr stream or purchase some of his art work from iStockPhoto. Hopefully it will help him buy that extra photography gear I am sure Matteo is planning to get.
Our photographer of the week is Viktor Lyagushkin – an astonishing cave and underwater photographer from Russia.
Viktor has dreams of finding a dragon. A real one – alive, fiery, and rattling its scales with each step. He himself concedes totally different reasons for taking up cave diving as a hobby, but they are only partly true.
He is no madman. He knows that times have changed, and dragons have disappeared forever. But a dragon might still possibly survive in some remote, lonely cave! Perhaps, he already has, but does not tell.
Our photographer of the week is Mathijs Delva from Belgium, He is an amateur photographer who works as a web designer for a main job.
Mathijs is mainly interested in nature, minimalism, geometry and architecture; although he is someone who gives everything a try including experimental photography.
Enjoy the Inspiration!
Our photographer of the week is Eneade, a French amateur musician and self taught photographer.
Due to the need to be highly creative, music and photography fit the bill nicely for him and they complement each other.
Eneade came to photography in late 2011 and quickly got hooked, his influences are street and cinematic photography.
You have probably noticed many of his pictures featured in our flickr rounds – Here are 10 selected by him to showcase his best. For the full images you can check his Flickr stream
Our photographer of the week is Giulia Agostinelli, a 26 years old architect with a very strong passion for photography. She was born in Ancona, lived in Milano and recently moved to Paris.
Giulia used to basically take pictures since she remembers, with her father’s Yashika, but she developed a strong interest in photography only recently, maybe 4 or 5 years ago, with her very own first reflex.
With her pictures she always tries to fix some significant moments or deep emotions that places or people suggest to him : she loves to capture spaces with no people (both architecture and landscapes), but also loves portraits and, as you can see from this collection, she has a skill to play with objects and textures.
In this post, I am only featuring one of her highly creative collections called “In her shoes” – I simply love the series and I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as i did.
For her full work you can check out her Flickr stream or website and get in touch via her twitter account.
I leave you to enjoy this collection.