“[…] as I was playing with compositions, this account became the place for me to share things I always wanted to express but I couldn’t do in the real life because of my position and my way of living”
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.”
Roeg Cohen is a Canadian photographer currently based in New York. Model: Emily Jane Davis
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
Unretouched film editorial 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’ve started exploring photography with models a few years after I graduated from Central Saint Martins. It allowed me to develop a part of my environment / universe that painting did not capture as well.
In the morning I received a call from a dear friend saying she was in a deep malaise.
Untitled by Roeg Cohen: Glimpses of skin gently wrapped in stars and soft light.
Looking for Myself by Eva Selesin Paris I had to shoot models there but they cancelled and suddenly I was very alone with myself, so it’s a kind of very spontaneous series. I work with very minimal edition and a raw perspective. When I do self portraiture and when I develop my films, I discover
I just got this roll back yesterday and as usual I’m always excited about having new film. For this series Chantal together with her good friend and model used the tender morning light to create something simple and beautiful. Chantal Convertini is a film photographer based in Basel, Switzerland. You can follow her work
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