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A Colorless World of Intrigue

A Colorless World of Intrigue

What would the world look like in black & white? What would humans be like if we could no longer see colors? It is interesting to notice how much an image changes when you take away color. I would like to think that it adds […]

When I Close My Eyes I End up Here

When I Close My Eyes I End up Here

Balance is necessary in order to live a healthy life. Balance in work, social life, family life, leisure time, etc. The problem is that too often we find ourselves on the extremes. Either working too much or with no motivation for anything. Perhaps we need […]

To the Woods and Wherever by Roderick Stickle

To the Woods and Wherever by Roderick Stickle

What is life really about? Is it about how much money we make and how many material things we accumulate? Perhaps the answer is outside in the woods. Roderick Stickle https://www.facebook.com/roderick.stickle Lacombe, Alberta, CANADA

Photography is a Super Power

Photography is a Super Power

When you photograph a face, you are immortalizing that person’s image. One click and a moment is forever cemented. It is a power our ancestors would marvel at so we must not take it for granted. Pay attention to the eyes, lips, curves in the […]

Take a Front Row Seat in the Spectacle of Life

Take a Front Row Seat in the Spectacle of Life

As children, we see the world with amazement and admiration. Unfortunately, it is something we lose with time. Through photography, we can reclaim some of that innocence back by paying attention to details that would otherwise be taken for granted. We can amplify the insignificant […]

The Badass Girls of Montreal by Nastia Cloutier-Ignatiev

The Badass Girls of Montreal by Nastia Cloutier-Ignatiev

I am an 18 year old photography student at Dawson College in Montreal. I have to admit I have a lot of difficulties talking about myself because I am very young and don’t think I know my self super well yet. People say that I […]

Life Light Lens by Damon Fraietta

Life Light Lens by Damon Fraietta

My name is Damon Fraietta. It is not about what you do, it is about what you love to do, this is what I love, and I do it for you. This is how I approach my career as a photographer, I love exploring the […]

The Montreal Metro Project by Chris Forsyth

The Montreal Metro Project by Chris Forsyth

Transporting upwards of 1 million passengers daily, Montreal’s metro system is at the core of the city’s urban identity. Rushing to and from, commuters rarely spare a moment to appreciate the beauty of their surroundings. Beginning in October of 2014, The Montreal Metro Project captures […]

Wanderlust: The Joy Of Travel Photography by Manuel Mayr

Wanderlust: The Joy Of Travel Photography by Manuel Mayr

When I was asked to write a paragraph about what I love, and why I do photography, the first thing that came to my mind was “what am I going to write?” In the end, it comes down to some pretty basic things. Traveling was […]

Various Aesthetics by Dan Hunter

Various Aesthetics by Dan Hunter

My inspiration comes from anything and everything. At times it can be from a movie scene, a music video, a magazine, a title, as well as just how the light is hitting a particular subject. It all gives me ideas. As a photographer I must […]

Beautiful Mess by Jorge Robleto

Beautiful Mess by Jorge Robleto

We are given a short amount of time on this little blue dot. The question that we must ask ourselves then is, “what will we do with the time that we have?” This book has taken me many hours to complete and it is exciting […]

Their Sight by David Hernández

Their Sight by David Hernández

My motivation has always been to find the most primal emotions in human beings. Fear, courage, doubt, happiness, shock, calm, peace… love. I don’t look for anything specific, but every human being has a different feeling when discovered. Some seem strong and serious and in […]



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