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Winners of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards Open Competition

Winners of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards Open Competition The winners of the Sony World Photography Awards Open, Youth and National Award competitions were announced last March. After receiving over 70,000 entries from around the world, the World Photography Organization or WPO chose ten photographers as this year’s Open winners. These individuals are not professional photographers themselves but rather photo enthusiasts or amateur photographers. Representing the best single images in Read more […]

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Queen of the fairies: Kirsty Mitchell’s rainbow wonderlands – in pictures

Photographer Kirsty Mitchell has spent five years dreaming up fantastical scenes that look straight out of fairytales for her project Wonderland. Here are the most magical, from an origami armada to a cloak of autumn leaves Read more […]

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Laura Williams Spectacular Conceptual Self-Portraits

Laura Williams Spectacular Conceptual Self-Portraits Laura Williams  is an eighteen years old and a self taught aspiring photographer. Laura discovered her passion for photography about 5 years ago and had always been a creative child. She is currently at college having just finished her A Levels, and about to start her Art Foundation Course. She gets inspired from other photographers mainly Megan Breukelman, Dasha Denger, Nirrimi Hakanson, Meyrem Bulucek and Tim Walker. She loves listening Read more […]

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Dark City: Photos by Francesco Romoli

Dark City: Photos by Francesco Romoli A series of photos that are both mysterious and unsettling at the same time. Scenes that speak of isolation and degradation that forces the viewer to access the dark recesses of the mind and formulate their own conclusions. The dioramas are constructed using wooden models which are then photographed and finished in the studio using analogue and digital techniques. The Dark City project is based on two series, “Possible Worlds” and “Reality show”, Read more […]

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The Debatable Land by Alan Knox

The Debatable Land by Alan Knox In response to the recent vote for Scottish independence from the UK, photographer Alan Knox took to the border between the two countries to use the landscape as a stand-in metaphor for the political uncertainty that may or may not be on the horizon As Scotland seeks to question it’s relationship with the United Kingdom and Europe in 2014, my intention in photographing the core footpaths of the Borders was to represent them as roads which may be continually Read more […]

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