Photographer of the week: Girolamo Cracchiolo

Our photographer of the week is Girolamo Cracchiolo, a French photographer living in a city called “Chambéry”.
Girolamo does not consider himself a professional photographer, but a keen photographer.
In Girolamo’s own words :

“A photo, in my opinon will never perfectly represent reality, because reality is constantly moving and so the picture becomes a snapshot in time.

Reality has an odour and sounds, aspects that can never be captured in the static silence of a photograph.

Photographer of the week: David & Myrtille

David & Myrtille is a duo of French photographers, based in Paris : David Pairé and Myrtille Vardelle are two professional graphic designers who have been working for several years in the publishing field.
In july 2011, they decided to explore photography in what they like the most : Cover Arts. In a creative style, their images capture different universes, from romance to thriller.

I leave you to enjoy 10 of their selected pictures – you can always drop by their website, 500px account or connect on google plus.






Photographer of the week: Serge Ramelli

Our photographer of the week is Serge Ramelli, a french photographer living in Paris. Serge does commercial work and teaches photography, Photoshop & Lightroom.
His influence are photographers like Joel Grimes, Moose Peterson and Jean Michel Berts. Serge has been doing a lot of HDR, but over the last couple of years, he finds that just using Lightroom with one good expose raw file gets a more natural and “punchy” result.

Photographer of the week: Kai Michael

Kai Michael is a fine art photographer based in Bellingham, WA. His images, although highly altered in digital postproduction, begin as either medium or large format film negatives.
Much of his influence is drawn, conceptually, from a fascination with the reconstructive nature of memory, and formally, from the Color Field and Lyrical Abstraction movements

I leave you to enjoy 10 of his selected pictures that can be grouped into 3 main series:

  • Constructed Horizons series:  These are constructed landscapes. Everything located above the horizon is not native to the original image, consisting of either walls or surfaces. By substituting the skyline with a finite surface, the image fluctuates between the physical and the infinite

Photographer of the week: Niklas Alm

Swedish still life and advertising photographer Niklas Alm started exploring the world of photography as a kid in his parents darkroom. Since 2001 he has been working with both editorial and advertising commisions, winning awards in Epica Awards, New York Festivals and Sony World Photography Awards among others.

His passion for creating interesting environments and images with a character of their own is seen in most of his work as he mixes his analog set design with the computer generated.

His clients include international brands such as Adidas, Amnesty, Bosch, Lucky Strike, Toyota and Samsung.

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