Sarolta Bán

Sarolta Bán say:
I was born in 1982 in Budapest, Hungary. Originally I’m a jewellery designer, later I discovered digital photo manipulation and it became my passion and main activity. I like using ordinary elements and by combining them, I can give them various stories, personalities. I hope that the meanings of my pictures are never too limited, are open in some way, each viewer can transform them into a personal aspect.

I’m not so good in talking about myself, I prefer the pictures ’talk’.
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Rundstedt B. Rovillos

Wonderful pictures of the insect world by Rundstedt B. Rovillos

red head

A wasp is any insect of the order Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita that is neither a bee nor ant. The suborder Symphyta, known commonly as sawflies, differ from members of Apocrita by having a broader connection between the mesosoma and metasoma. In addition to this, Symphyta larvae are mostly herbivorous and "caterpillarlike", whereas those of Apocrita are largely predatory or "parasitic" (technically known as parasitoid).
The most familiar wasps belong to Aculeata, a division of Apocrita, whose ovipositors are adapted into a venomous stinger, though a great many species do not sting. Aculeata also contains ants and bees, and many wasps are commonly mistaken for bees, and vice-versa. In a similar respect, insects called "velvet ants" (the family Mutillidae) are technically wasps.
A much narrower and simpler but popular definition of the term wasp is any member of the aculeate family Vespidae, which includes (among others) the genera known in North America as yellowjackets (Vespula and Dolichovespula) and hornets (Vespa); in many countries outside of the Western Hemisphere, the vernacular usage of wasp is even further restricted to apply strictly to yellowjackets (e.g., the "common wasp").

Published in Belgium! (Het Nieuwsblad Newspaper - May 27, 2011 page 18, half page).
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Kirsty Mitchell

Kirsty Mitchell say:

I was born in 1976 and raised in the English county of Kent, known to many as the 'Garden of England'. My earliest memories were always of the stories read to me by my mother as a child ... how it felt to be curled into her side, listening to the rush of her breath as she paused for effect, before launching into yet another characters voice. She was an English teacher, and read to me almost everyday, to an age I could no longer admit to my friends. She instilled in me the most precious gift a mother could, her imagination and a belief in beauty...... it became my root, and the place I constantly try to return to in my work, and my dreams.

Growing up, art became my sole passion. I studied until I was 25, taking courses in the history of art, photography, fine art, and then on to train in 'costume for film and theatre' at the London College of Fashion. Having graduated and worked for a short time in the industry, I decided to further my education, and returned to university, completing a first class degree with honours in fashion design, at Ravensbourne in the summer of 2001. During this time I also completed two internships at the design studios of Alexander McQueen and Hussein Chalayan, both of whom have effected me greatly. Since then I have worked full time as a fashion designer for a global designer brand, until in 2007 when personal illness brought a sudden change in myself, and led me to pick up a camera. I cannot explain how this happened, but a new, deep, and genuine need was born. I used to say I had never truly 'looked' until it was through a lens... life was different, more
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Nicholas Samaras

Nicholas Samaras is a new underwater photographer, but he made an impressive entrance in underwater photography area in Greece and out of his country borders.
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Misha Gordin

Misha Gordin says:

My involvement in conceptual photography dates back to Riga the capital of former Soviet Latvia.
I left my homeland when I was 28 years old. I brought two images with me. The first two letters of an alphabet I am still developing today.

All images on this website are assembled & printed in a traditional darkroom
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Super polished work across a broad spectrum of styles by Russian photographer maXimov. 

Note: Site is in Russian.  The image portfolios are the two links with drop down on the right side of the page.
maXimov | сайт фотографа Максимова Руслана
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Florian Ritter

People travel photography and warm colors dyed in the portfolio of Florian Ritter

Fotografías de viajes y gente teñidas de coloridos cálidos en el portfolio de Florian Ritter

Florian Ritter Biography

Florian Ritter studied graphic design in Ravenburg. Germany and was employed with McCann Erickson. During this time his awareness of photography grew to the point where he decided to scapt from graphic designand advertising to concentrate solely on photography
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Eric Marian

The nude at its best, good taste and quality in the Marian Eric potfolio on your personal page.
El desnudo en su máxima expresión, buen gusto y calidad en el potfolio de Eric Marian en su página personal.

Born in 1959, Eric Marrian is an architect by training.

He decided early 2000 to return to his first love, photography, a discipline which he had hesitated to do his job while still a student in architecture.
He begins a series on St. Malo in 2003 that continues, then moves to the photography studio, medium and large ... Things are so linked together very quickly: he won the contest BIEVRES is published repeatedly in the photographic press, and has a solo exhibition at the salon of French Artists, at the invitation of the organizers.

In late 2005 he started the series white squares. With the first pictures of this series, he wins the 2006 European festival nude photo of Arles ...

His series Saint Malo is also rewarded by Leica Procirep staffing.

The exhibition at the gallery following Verdeau is a real success: He was spotted by a Russian gallery (gallery 2.36) that will expose and explain how many times in 2008 and 2009.
Olga Sviblova the program for the Biennial of Moscow and is dedicating an area of 400m2.
His series "White Square" has since been exhibited regularly in France and abroad (Gallery Verdeau Left Bank, ERA Foundation in Moscow, Mestre-Venice Film Festival, the three days of Drouot, European House of Photography ...).

Known and followed for many advertisers (Nikon, Kodak, Leica, DUPON), he developed a view of the world of fashion in early 2010 by signing its first editorials.

- GAD Gallery Collection - Paris.
- Gallery 2.36 - Moscow.
- Galerie Pascal YOUNG - Brussels. ...
- Gallery HANIA BAILLY - Geneva. ...
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Krzysztof Wladyka

Krzysztof Wladyka is an interesting Polish photographer we wonder with the treatment lavishes your photos.

Krzysztof Wladyka es un interesante fotógrafo polaco que nos maravilla con el tratamiento que prodiga a sus fotografías.

Krzysztof Wladyka was born in 1980 in Olawa, Poland where he currently lives and works.

He believes photography is a gate, the place where energy, colours, forms, matter and space are connected. Thanks to photography, a specific medium, he can gives a shape to his visions. Visions full of symbols, signs and elements – abstract planes, mystery characters, the fragments of living nature, strange props – which are mixed in square frames.
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