Street photographers are so much more than just a simple artists, they are philosophers. Because their pictures are not just simple snapshots, they are visions, of truth hidden from the normal sight. Images in black and white, which divide the flux of the normal life and derive out of them that which amazes us and […]Read more "CC Conversations : Kramer O’Neill"
Exploring the male form has always been extremely challenging. Much because there has always been a stereotype mindset with how the men should be seen, cold, brutal and masculine. And as most artist swerve towards the females, there are always a few masters with the eye and the brilliance to see beyond the blunt spartan […]Read more "CC Conversations : Gregor AKA BƛƬƲĐΐƧƮƐ"
Sometimes we can never know what life has in store for us. Our paths twisting and turning, sometimes ending up in new places never imagined. And surprisingly we realize that this is where we want to be. Edward Olive was never a photographer, he was an actor looking to shoot some head shots for himself. […]Read more "CC Conversations : Edward Olive"
Probably as a photographer one of the most common question asked is “what camera do you use”. Tools, never considered worthy enough to make a conversation in other forms of art, seem to be considered of paramount importance. Maybe that is why in one of her articles, Ayn Rand wrote that photography is not a […]Read more "CC Conversations : Meghana Kulkarni"
Velco Dojcinovski‘s pictures don’t necessarily follow a trend or have a theme on the surface but when you do have a chance to go through his 900+ pictures (flickr) then you realize that they are like songs on a disc you’re listening, intimately woven with the same feeling, the feeling of peeking out of a […]Read more "Saturday Nights Conversations – Velco Dojcinovski"