talented photographers presented by dazed&confused
The magazine Dazed&Confused looked back to 2010 from the perspective of photography and presented some fresh young talents that have worked for the magazine in that time. And here they are:
- Bez Uma: See more of his pictures here and read about the Russian photographer here.
- Ivan Cazzola: Rock’n’Roll and Photography belong together. See his portfolio here.
- Katarina Sopcic: Born in Serbia, but living in Munich, Katarina takes very beautiful and intimate picture. I personally like her very much and admire her work. Read an interview here, or visit her website.
- Yulia Gorodinski: The photographer grew up in Israel, but was born in Belarus. Speciality is that she is photographer and model at the same and she also processes the pictures on her own. A truely self-made woman. Besides self-potraits sshe focuses on landscapes and detailed work and you can recognize her by the warm colours and lighting.
- Osma Harvilahti: Dazed&Confused describes the Finnish photographer very fittingly „Shooting mainly on 35mm film, Harvilahti’s images have a deep, ethereal quality to them. Surreal and sublime, they take you to a delicate, dreamlike world full of fantasy and fiction.“ See more of his work and read the interview with Osma here.
- Columbine Goldsmith has been taking pictures since his childhood, inspired by her father , a cinematographer. Visit her website here.
- Joshua Dalton: A photographer and digital artist who really differs from the talents above as he does a lot of work in the post production with digital effects. Something very refreshing in the scene, which I like. Read and see more here.
- Elizabeth Johnson: A little dark, characterized by loneliness or fragility. Nevertheless or maybe just because of this the pictures feel real and close to oneself. Read more about the photographer who is caught between, fashion/commerce and darkness/isolation.
- Sofia Arjam: Strong pictures, playing with light and colours is the handwriting of Sofia. Follow her work on flickr.
- Jennifer Abessira „(…) you get the impression that Abessira’s photos are somewhat naive or innocent.(…)“. For me her pictures really show that photography is art, a modern way to express feelings, mood and how we see the world from different perspectives. Playing with black-and-white, colours and subjects her portfolio is already very impressive.