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Going the nature mile | 邁向自然之路

Behind all the breathtaking photographs, it is not only Maxime Daviron’s favourite camera, Nikon D750, but also a curious heart towards everything creative. “[Other than being a photographer], I am […]

Painting with the camera – Cheung Wai Lok

What your creation is about? My creation uses photography as the main medium. It concerns the people and surroundings of Hong Kong and brings forward thoughts about its possibilities and […]

The stories behind photos – Hanna-Katrina Jędrosz

Bleak yet colourful. Near but detached. Simultenously stark and vague. Hanna-Katrina Jędrosz’s photography is full of odd contradictions, which might be why they tease your curiousity so. Satisfyingly, the stories […]

Exploring digital worlds – Alex Burgess

How do we represent reality? This is the main question in Alex Burgess’ latest work “Shift Command Three,” a creation that in some ways is a work of photography, but […]

A shot at social change – Lensational

What better way to encourage social change and development than through art? Lensational, a global social enterprise, works to empower women in developing countries through digital photography. It all started […]

The art of being flexible – Michael Chiu

Michael’s photography, whether it’s shot in colour or black and white, is characterised by stark contrasts, bleakness and a strong sense of alienation or solitude. This is both ironic and […]

“I want to run around, be in the midst of things…” – Arko Datto

All I can say about Arko Datto is: He is many things. For the most part, Arko is a spectacular award-winning photographer whose work has been published in Newsweek, Le […]

A Love Affair with Nature – Shelby Feistner

Moments – every photo captured a particular moment in time and in it whispered a story, an emotion, an experience. This was what I realised as I browsed through Shelby’s […]