A Photographer with A Classical And Humanist Style

December 08, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

1 Rui Pires, a Portuguese and born in 1968, has a degree in Advanced Photography and is a graduate in Professional Photography by the New York Institute of Photography.  He is considered a photographer with a classical and humanist style, and is dedicated primarily to documentary photography. Rui spent his childhood

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The Recorder of Local Culture

November 06, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

Croitoru Bogdan Alexandru Born in Bucharest, Bogdan Croitoru is based in Romania’s capital and lives as a freelance photographer since 2006. Photography was embraced by him as a hobby in 90s, social and cultural subjects are what he focuses on. With a master’s degree in neurobiology–ethology, he became a professional photographer in 2004

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Using Photos to Express the World

October 17, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

Hristo Dimitrov Hristo Dimitrov was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Established in 6,000 BC, the city is one of the oldest in the world and is the second biggest city in Bulgaria after the capital Sofia. Hristo spent his childhood  in the mountains and forests of his country. He loves to spend his time doing

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A Scholar Photographer

September 03, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

Louis Montrose Louis Montrose was born in London, grew up in New York City, and have lived in southern California for many years.  During a successful academic career in the humanities, he wrote and taught about the history and cultural power of images but now he pursues his calling as a photographer full

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Capturing History and Soul

August 27, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit 1 Comments

IMG_1698 Coming from a family of four generations of letterpress printers in Lima, Peru and formerly being an engineer, Carlos Garcia Granthon began to focus all his efforts into the photography world in 2002. Now he works as a freelance documentary photographer. In 2004 he started shooting stories of heritage cemeteries,

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Photography Is A Way of Life

August 14, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

Portr Vladimir Jirnov is a photographer, publisher and producer from Uzbekistan, Central Asia. He took up professional photography from his first profession – the science in 1984, and all the time long till now his professional and vital interests are in and near the photography. Since 1985, Vladimir has been shooting

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Photography as a Family Career

July 31, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

web2+2 Dheeraj Paul (1974, Delhi), was born in the family of skilled Indian professional photographers. Trained under the strict guidance of father Mr. S. Paul, who till date is the Indian’s most awarded Photographer internationally,  Dheeraj has been working over two decades as an editorial & advertising photographer. His specialisations are People &

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A Photographer and a Cave Village

April 25, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

2 In 1993, Mr. Zhu Yunkuan went to Fengyan cave village for the first time. For the next 14 years, he visited the village for 14 times and witnessed all the changes in the Fengyan cave village and the villagers’ migration out of the cave. The more than 7,000 photos he

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Witness of Golden Marriage

April 18, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

1 Love and marriage is an eternal topic, especially in our modern world when most young people chose love and leave marriage. Lin Tianfu, a Taiwanese photographer, interprets the two with his 20-year photo project entitled The Love of Half Century. The idea of shooting golden-marriage couples came to him in

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Photographing to Make a Better World

April 11, 2014 - Photographers - Post by: WfpaEdit No Comments

GMB Akash GMB Akash is a multimedia journalist having travelled intensively in 22 countries and received more than 70 international awards. His work has been featured in over 80 major international publications, including National Geographic, New York Times, The Economist and dozens of others. However, the simple idea of photography never entered

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