Margaux Panel is freelance photo producer born and raised in France. She moved to the New York at 18 to attend college. While in New York, she started a projet that is still on going called " The Parisienne" where she would capture Paris and its arrondissement everytime she would go back home. After graduating in Photography, She has traveled around Asia and came up with the project "Lotus" that was published and exhibited in a gallery in New York. Over the years, she has worked with…
The first issue of JaamZIN Creative Magazine is out
“At one time, there were almost 400 hay barns on the Tantramar Marsh, dotting the landscape for as far as the eye could see. Now, only a dozen remain. They have long attracted photographers and painters to the area and have always been a symbol of the marshes. But, one day soon, the barns will survive only as photographs, and paintings, and memories.”
This photograph was taken in Brixton, London. Out of all the photographs Olga and I have taken this shot has a particular significance to it. Not only was it one of our first-ever shots we took as a partnership, but it perfectly encompasses the community spirit surrounding this exciting and vibrant South London town.
Ettore Bartolotti was born in Rome in 1978. After his MA in Mass Communication he moved to Northern Europe and Scandinavia. He is currently living in the south of Spain (Andalusia). Last photo project about easter week in San Roque town for their unique Good Friday 'Gran Magna' procession. He is currently working on a new project about local fairs in Andalusian small towns. Nikon enthusiast photographer. He enjoys shooting Arts, Events & Street Photography.
Chris Devins is an Artist/Urban Planner who creates outdoor Art exhibits designed to attract tourists and increase community pride. He is part of a team that won a 2016 Best Practices award from the Illinois Chapter of the American Planning Association.
#Homeland 04 is part of a larger series by the artist Ossa Kierkegaard. The works aims to make the invisible reality that is part of the experiences of physical and mental migration tangible. It relates to hope, fantasy and memory and celebrates the bravery of the modern, global heroes who jumps into the depth of the unknown and dares to follow their dreams. The series consists of manipulated photographic images, paintings and drawings - both digital and by solid hand.
" I was out and about one day, early Spring, and noticed this leaf frozen in a block of ice. It was apparent that Winter wasn’t quite ready to release its hold, going for one more blast before finally departing. I found such a harsh image also quite beautiful. " - Guy Ricketts
This photo is part of a project called 'Project Neverland' [*Project Neverland is a way for us (team) to show our love for Movies, TV Shows and Books in a Fashion way. We make references, not cosplays.] The theme for this one was 'Red Riding Hood'. It's a self-portrait and the official shot of the shoot. It was taken at the Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo, in 2015.
This photo was taken on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne on the Northumberland coast UK, a few of us decided to head out and try our luck capturing predicted meteor showers however we also packed our lightpainting tool as a plan b.
I'm Vladimir Tomić, a photographer from Belgrade, Serbia. I started taking photos actively in my twenties, first with my mobile phone camera, then with a second-hand point-and-shoot and finally I afforded a DSLR and a couple of low-budget lenses. Whenever I can, I wander around, trying to capture interesting scenes and moments. I am eager to hear feedback from as many people as possible. I am at your disposal for any kind of photo assignments.