The Space in Between by Milad Safabakhsh

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Milad Safabakhsh  is an Iranian  Fine Art photographer. He  started photography with minimalism and slowly moved towards conceptual photography. However he still kept his minimalistic view in all of his works.  Milad was able to make a name for himself internationally and was even achieved numerous prizes.

Milad was always fascinated by the world of holography and after reading Micheal Talbot’s book ” The Holographic Universe” and many more after, the concept of holographic changed his perspective and the way he saw everything. He launched a series dedicated to holography recently and I named it “The Space in Between”. The reason of it is that the observers are in the middle of a dark space and this dark space represents their thoughts and perspectives about this universe.

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Sensual Photographs by Stefan Beutler

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Stefan Beutler, is a photographer from Germany. He is well known for his sensual portraits. His work is very minimalist, however, though erotic, it remains tasteful and is designed to make you think about intimacy in the digital age.

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Intense and intimate black & white pictures of the human body by Resa Rot

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There are more ways to show a person than just from a beautiful angle in beautiful light with beautiful clothes

Resa Rot is a photographer of intense black & white pictures of the human body. She captures these intimate photographs in a natural environment.


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Exploring Time and Existence in Monochrome by Giorgio Bormida

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The photographic approach of the works of Giorgio Bormida’s fades in favor of an extremely poetic use of the image. This somehow recalls a painting, as it leads the viewer’s eye right to the heart of a complex imagination densely embedded with suggestions and experiences.

The author highlights the sense of humanly daily events, which are likely to touch upon anybody’s existence and experience. Anybody can catch on signs and hints of something that keeps on outliving time in their soul, in their memory.

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Explore Timeless Masterpieces‎ by Toni Frissell

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Toni Frissell (1907-1988) began her career as a photojournalist and fashion photographer. She is perhaps best known for her pioneering fashion photography and her informal portraits of the famous and powerful in the United States and Europe, including Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, and John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy. She is noted for taking fashion photography out of the studio into the outdoors, thus placing an accent on the active woman. She is also known for the imaginative angles, both physical and metaphorical, from which she covered her subjects.

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Sensuality meets simplicity in this monochrome artworks by Johan Swanepoel

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Born and raised in South Africa, Johan Swanepoel commenced his career as an engineer / project manager. Fifteen years later he became involved with the licensing of stock images and presently works as a freelance stock photographer and graphic artist.

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The Myanmar Memories by Rachot Visalarnkul


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Rachot Visalarnkul is a a street photographer with over 40 years of experience. His photographs talk by themselves.

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Surreal Photo-manipulation by Thomas Barbèy

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Thomas Barbèy grew up in Geneva, Switzerland. Today, he resides in Las Vegas and travels the world, taking his camera wherever he goes.

Every single one of his images has to pass what he likes to call the "So what?" test. If a combination of two or more negatives put together doesn't touch him or have any particular meaning, he starts over. At times, he tries to combine images and sometimes the results can be disappointing.

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New York-based fashion and portrait photographer Rodney Smith


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Rodney Lewis Smith was a New York-based fashion and portrait photographer. Smith primarily photographed with a 35mm Leica M4 before he transitioned to a 120/6x6 (medium format) Hasselblad with an 80mm lens.

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Black and white sensual photography by photographer Vangelis Kalos


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The black and white sensual photography by Fine Art photographer Vangelis Kalos examines the female body. In his imagery, we see beautiful models, female figures showing their natural beauty in the name of art.

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Italy & London in Black & White by Alexander L. Newman


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Alexander L. Newman is a self-taught, multi-award-winning wilderness, street, and fine art photographer. Alexander uses photography to capture and share the passion he has for the beauty and emotion he sees within all aspects of nature and life.

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Paris 1994 by Michael Nguyen


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"Michael Nguyen’s photography is the art of showing more than you can see. Making visible – worshipping the invisible, he walks with the third eye of a wanderer through the visual adventure of life."

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Perspective by Moises Levy


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Moises Levy is an Architect who lives in Mexico City. His fine art works captivate the viewer at first sight. He uses perspective abstracts in his black-and-white compositions and, depicts optical illusions created just by people moving around.

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Freezing time in Monochrome by Elhanan Simhayev


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Elhanan Simhayev was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, and has spent his entire adult life in Israel. A multifaceted photographer, he experiments with a broad range of techniques and subjects, including monochrome, multiple exposure, landscape and portrait. His black and white works combine minimalism, mystery and a human touch to connect directly to our most profound emotions.

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Inherith The Dust By Nick Brandt


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Inherit the Dust is a series of epic African panoramas, where Nick Brandt records the impact of man in places where animals used to roam.

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Capturing the life and soul of the streets by Daniel Castonguay


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Canadian photographer Daniel Castonguay is a true master of capturing the life and soul of the streets. Living in a busy area, he was naturally driven to street photography, with the goal of chronicling quotidian life and human nature.

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Famous Portraits by Richard Avedon (1923 - 2004)


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My job was to do identity photographs. I must have taken pictures of one hundred thousand faces before it occurred to me I was becoming a photographer - Richard Avedon


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Outstanding b/w photography by Elliott Erwitt


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When photography is good, it’s pretty interesting, and when it is very good, it is irrational and even magical by Elliott Erwitt

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Hong Kong In The 1950s Captured by Fan Ho


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Award-wining photographer Fan Ho has won 280 awards from international exhibitions and competitions worldwide since 1956. Ho has been elected Fellow of the Photographic Society of America, Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, England; Honorary Member of the Photographic Societies of Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Brazil, Argentina, Singapore and etc, and was honored with One-Man-Shows in the above countries. Ho’s works can be seen and have been published in many International Photographic Annuals all over the world.

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