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(Collateral) is an assignment designed for Uk based music and hip-hop hyphenate “Submotion”.

N4k3d Negatives’is (facebook) a multi-verse, multi-cultural visual, photography and art project/act started back in year 2009 by Jimmy (India) then later joined by good team of independent artists like Alex (Amstredam), Nick (UK) and Max (US) who started with this project to promote audio/visual for people and artists who aren’t able to experience multi cultural amalgamation of technology and art.

Photographer David Ellingsen  ”EXHIBITION - SKYLIFE”

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MONOCHROMATIC SEDUCTION 

Rochester, NY-based photographer Josephine Cardin (behance / facebook) - “I have been asked many times what it is that I “look for” when I look through my lens. I do not look for something, rather, I look at something, someone, some place or event, and attempt to capture the essence, the emotion and the soul of the subject, whether a person or a building.

My background is as eclectic as my art. I have trained as a visual artist and ballet dancer and have earned a bachelors in art history and a masters in international communications. But at the end of the day, I live to create and create…well, because it is fulfilling, and fun.” 

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DISSOLUTION BY CESAR DEL VALLE

Medellín, Colombia-based Artist Cesar Del Valle

(Shipwreck and dissolution of an Ophelia and a paper cube in their own ink.)

VICTOR NAPREYENKO

Latvia, Riga- based photographer Victor Napreyenko

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HORST P. HORST

“Horst tamed the avant-garde to serve fashion,” the New York Times once wrote of Horst P. Horst, the master of fashion photography whose black-and-white prints immortalized 20th century high society. - In the history of twentieth-century fashion and portrait photography, Horst’s contribution figures as one of the most artistically significant and long lasting, spanning as it did the sixty years between 1931 and 1991. During this period, his name became legendary as a one-word photographic byline, and his photographs came to be seen as synonymous with the creation of images of elegance, style and rarefied glamour.

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STUNNING BLACK & WHITE PORTRAITS BY THOMAS LEUTHARD

Switzerland, Hunenberg See-based photographer Thomas Leuthard

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BEING HER BEING HAIR BY ROCHELLE SUMNER

Rochelle Sumner - "Self portraits made on a photo copy machine in the course of an hour. A documentation of my range of emotions that day. These pieces were made from 24 scanned photo copies, combined and retouched in photoshop."

THE BULL AGE

Italy, Milan-based photographer Sergio Andretti

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MASTER OF PHOTOMONTAGE  BY JERRY UELSMANN

Detroit-born, Florida-based renowned photographer Jerry Uelsmann has been manipulating photos long before Photoshop transformed the world of photography. The skilled and diligent creative has produced remarkably believable surreal landscapes by hand in the dark room.

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THE COUNTRY ROADS

Serbia, Subotica based photographer and graphic design Jovana Reljic 
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ETHIOPIA

Ontario, Toronto-based photographer Sandra Herber (flickr)


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MEANWHILE

Morocco, Casablanca based photographer Zakaria Wakrim

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THE SMOKLE

France, Paris-based photographer Stan Ng - "No matter how hard I tried using a pen to express myself, I failed. I am never a writer type kind of person. When I was little, I struggled to find ways to express myself until I bought my very first camera. To me, photos speak. Photos are a platform that allows me to understand myself and the world better. They give me a chance to see what is deeply hidden in my own soul. They bring me joy; evoke my emotions; and ask questions forcing me to reflect on the world around us." 

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THE ARTIST’S STUDIO

The Artistic Nude by Mark Arbeit

Arbeit chose to bring the female nude back to the atelier when he made ‘The Artist’s Studio’ series. In this he combines the atelier and the female nude and studies both intimately. "This natural light draws the human form so well," he explains. As an assistant to Irving Penn and Helmut Newton in the ’70s, Mark Arbeit learned the most important lesson of his career: “”Light is photography,” he says. “Newton taught me never be afraid to shoot in low light — it could create something unexpected.” From Penn, he learned the art of indirect light. For a photographer obsessed with natural light, the atelier is a sort of holy grail. “The idea is almost 200 years old,” says Arbeit. “It’s a studio designed so a sculptor or painter can work with consistent light.” The sun traveling east to west never changes this indirect light. “Penn gave me the idea to use this space for photography.”

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