Nade Ali is an artist based in Lahore, Pakistan. His visual work engages both analogue and digital mediums of photography.
Alessandro Ruggieri is an Italian photographer. The photographs selected for this series recall a trippy, sad mood and are inspired by a song from the band Bright Eyes.
Roeg Cohen is a Canadian photographer currently based in New York and this is his “Untitled” series shot with model Emily Jane Davis
We are now accepting submissions for the next issue of Uncertain Magazine – “WOMAN”. The third issue aspires to celebrate women.
Three models projected as muses, goddesses and paradises, inspired by the paintings of ancient goddesses such as Venus.
Andreea Andrei is a visual artist based in London. Her art focuses on social documentary and portraiture, seeking to explore the complex relationship between the subject and the photographer.
Vanesa Lu is an actress and photographer based in Sofia, Bulgaria. We asked her some questions about her work and creative process.
UNCERTAIN Magazine Issue #2 – Kafkaesque is out now! The theme was equally inspired by one of Bjork’s songs from her latest album “Utopia” and suggestive of Franz Kafka’s writings.
Helene Vienna is a film photographer based in Dusseldorf. Her work started with a focus on self-portraits, in 2013, and has since shifted to collaborating with others
Kelia Ideishi is a freelance photographer from Philadelphia, PA. She uses the medium of film photography as a means of study; a quiet examination of beauty.
Nathanial Schmidt is a fine art film photographer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His work centers around the isolation and banality of modern life in America in the form of mostly contemporary landscapes
I take photos on film – I shoot stories from my life, stories with my girlfriend, stories from people and cities I’ve been all in a diaristic manner
Unretouched film editorial by photographer Ethan Covey shot in Brooklyn, NY, with Suliya Gisele
Yuki is a 25 y/o photographer from Hong Kong, in love with the rich texture of analog photography.
I consider some of my pictures as Rorschach tests; blots, smears, traces. They interrogate me, engage me like some kind of therapy.