Russian street photographer Grisha Besko is most well known for documenting all of the best everyday looks of people living in Moscow. His photos discern the "urban" style of muscovite outfits as he does his best to reveal the main differences that distinguish it from the regular Western look we might be so used to seeing.
For The Dream Goes Over Time, Madrid-based photographer Pierre Gonnord honors the lives of the last remaining nomadic people in the Portuguese Alentejo through a collection of intimate portraits shot in the style of Old Master paintings.
This photographic portrait project's aim, is to challenge any preconceptions people have about individuals who have a learning disability. The photographers brief was to look past the disability and focus on ability, personality and uniqueness. This film captures the journey we went on and the empowerment everyone who was involved felt. The images are honest & beautiful.
Chris Knight is a photographer based in New York City. We sat down to talk about his upcoming book, The Dramatic Portrait. He combines his unconditional love of art history with his conditional love of technology, topping it off with a flare for the cinematic and an uncompromising eye for detail. Chris also has a full blown workshop via RGGEDU.com called Dramatic Portraiture & Lighting With Chris Knight. Use the code: TIFFINBOX (to get 15% off for a very limited time) The Interview The…
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