SHOTBOX Photo Studio: a review

When it comes to light boxes for photography, there’s no shortage of options. They come in a wide range of prices, sizes, and materials. You can spend anywhere from thousands to tens of dollars. I hadn’t had much experience with trying one out, so when the...

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Unease – A Collaboration of Two CdeBs

U  N  E  A  S  E Collaboration between Clara de Bertodano and Caroline de Bertodano Photography, whether selfies or self portraits on social media, especially Instagram, have become increasingly ‘intimate’ & ‘provocative’. But what is the...

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Flavors of India by Vince Boisgard

My arrival in Kolkata, India was badly planned. Being dropped off at this huge intersection of highways, in the middle of rush hour, where no taxis or buses were stopping (as I had been told by the person who dropped me here) wasn’t part of the plan… Or was it?

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Finding the Extraordinary in by Emily Chen

About Me My name is Emily Chen. I live and work in Sydney, Australia. I document Sydney through my commute & here is my story. My Story For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a camera of some sort. My first attempt at street photography was the year...

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The HongKongers (Part II) by Nicolas Petit

The HongKongers Part II by Nicolas Petit Photos by Nicolas Petit / Words by Gabriella Zanzanaini The first part of the Hongkongers series can be found here. It’s quiet in the late hours of the night, the early moments of the morning. The fluorescent lighting tubes go...

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Polaroid Swing: Not Just Another App

You’ve heard it before: “omigosh you have to check out this new app, it’s so cool!” So you install it, but within a week, it’s just wasting precious megabytes, sitting unused on your iPhone. With this in mind, I was a bit skeptical about...

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