4 hours, 17 rolls of film, 5th of May 2017 – EMERGENCY ALERT / NEW YORK short visual story from parts of NY The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national warning system in the United States put into place on January 1, 1997 (approved by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in November 1994).
We are amazed by how engaged you have been with our magazine from the very beginning. We want to thank you for submitting, tagging, sharing and spreading the word. We are truly grateful for having such wonderful artists around. Making the selection for this week’s Instagram Highlights made it even clearer for us. Enjoy!
For this series Frédéric Agius wanted to emphasize the movement, particularly using the visual effects of multiple exposure on film. Together with his model Laure, they decided to capture in a frame dynamic moments using a gymnast’s ribbon. Frédéric Agius is a film photographer currently based in in the south of France. You
objects. sometimes i pass by stores with no one in them the objects sit in place for days, weeks, months left there collecting dust they’re just like you and me wanting to be seen wanting to be used wanting to be wanted but as the people move along oblivious to their existence the objects are
I am concerned to show the viewer a subtle way to the interface, where thinking is transformed into feeling. The atmosphere, symbolism and the transport of emotions are more important to me than telling stories or documentation of the outside world. Beyond revealing the essentials of my subject via reduction and the abstract observation of
Rounding up some of our favorite photographs that used #uncertainmag on Instagram over the last week. We are always on the lookout for inspiring artists. Use our hashtag to get featured on our weekly “Instagram Highlights” section. @le_moon_le_soleil @reganbrant @eeyeswideopen @behind_those_clouds @indaedrq @colinaherne @brendanosiridean @felix_gm_photography @hello_susanros
Kübra Topçu’s series is about a childish yet powerful woman who is trapped in her loneliness. What makes her survive this feeling is her childhoodness. While everything is surrounded by the sea and the loneliness of the beach, Kübra breaks that sensation, reflecting the freedom of the colors red and yellow. “When we are stuck
Trusting that being “in the moment” and reacting to what happens is enough, Dominic Clarke effortlessly captures lively, genuine and spontaneous frames. Dominic Clarke is a British director and photographer based in London. Follow his work: dominicclarke.com, Instagram, Tumblr, Vimeo, Flickr or Facebook
In this series I tried to look at the body closely in an abstract way, searching for the geometry of lines and curves formed by skin, color, shadow and light. Celeste Ortiz is a photographer based in Chile dedicated mostly to self portraiture. You can follow her work on Instagram, Facebook or Cargocollective
You were under my skin. You called me your home. It is the name that would shape a project that I am doing since 2013. I didn’t know which would be the name of it. But suddenly one day, these words appeared in front of me and I knew that it was what I was
The series is about interconnectedness. There are no faces, as faces are loaded with information and context. Only parts of bodies are shown. We all have things and pieces that make up our bodies, and we are all connected in that way and many others. Jeffrey Mckee is a photographer and graphic designer
For me, to photograph is to keep reflections of moments that I lived, as reminders of the way I felt then. I think film is very truthful when it comes to this, and that’s why in the past year and a half my photography has been mostly on film. I think it helps me capture
48h in Berlin First encounters This time I felt closer to the neighborhood and the apartment rather than the city itself so instinctively I focused more on documenting the proximity. There was this strange mix between familiarity, comfort and anxiety. Irina Munteanu is a film photographer based in Bucharest and the curator of the