When I moved there, I was taking photos of… well, basically everything – I guess that’s what you do when you’re overwhelmed (in a positive sense) by a brand new country, extremely different from what you’ve experienced before.
Victoria Luzuriaga is an analog photographer and multimedia artist from Ecuador, currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Johanna Blond: “I was born and raised in Western France. Art and Literature have been my passion since I was a child but I choose photography as my medium recently”
Instagram Highlights: Rounding up some of our favorite photographs that used #uncertainmag on Instagram over the last week.
Colin Aherne is an Irish photographer based in Berlin, Germany. This collection of photographs is titled ‘Two Blue Skies’ and was made on a road trip through Montenegro in October.
Khrystyna Voitkiv: “Sometimes I like to take photos of people standing by the wall. I love the truth of these photos – you don’t have to fake or hide anything.”
Instagram Highlights: Rounding up some of our favorite photographs that used #uncertainmag on Instagram over the last week
“Neon Melancholy” is the latest project of photographer Louis F. Cota for Cananea Creative Studio, a creative studio in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Emma Masciotti is an Italian artist based in London, currently studying at the University of Arts of London (LCC). The photographs [from this series] are telling the story of Bella and Darek, living in the flat 97a.
“Flyin’ in the Air” by photographer Carianne Older is a series shoot in New York with model Sarah Lermsider
Rounding up some of our favorite photographs that used #uncertainmag on Instagram over the last week.
Chiara Cappetta, a 21 y/o photographer from Italy is sharing with us her story “Oblivion” which is not only a photo shooting, it’s deeply more – an amazing experience working with so many minds, and mix different stories to make just one
Valeria Dellisanti is a young photographer and cinema student based in Bologna (Italy). Her images speak of simplicity and beauty in common things.
At first glance Adam’s photographs can act as silent meditation on simple things and moments in life, but in reality it is an endless chain of restless disturbances.
Josh Kern is a photography student currently based in Dortmund, Germany