Chile. 24 years old. q: Why do you take photographs? a: Don’t have nothing better to do q: Well neither do I. Which do you prefer: breakfast, lunch or dinner? a: Maybe a break can be a better option. q: How many cats do you have? a: A fat one. q: Any new music to recommend? a: Wooden Ships. flickr and tumblr.
Los Angeles, USA. q: How has photography affected the way you see things? a: It’s made me a film snob for sure as well as created another source of deep insecurity. q: Which do you prefer: hot bathe or cold shower? a: Cold shower. q: Favorite animal? a: Slow loris. q: Any new music to recommend? a: L’Orchestre Kanaga De Mopti, Plath, Cosmonauts, “The best...
Italy. q: To you, what is art? a: It’s mostly my way of expressing myself. Noises, people, dreams and nightmares. Even taste becomes art to me. Art is now my voice. q: Favorite camera? a: My beloved Zenit 11. q: Do you like cycling? a: Actually, I don’t! q: Any new music to recommend? a: Right now I’m in love with Foo Fighters, Alanis Morissette and Black...
Linn Heidi Stokkedal
Bergen, Norway. q: Your “Friends in the moss” series looks great, what’s the concept behind it? a: Well, I was asked to have a solo exhbition and I find it hard to know what to exhibit, and I find nude series the coolest thing to shoot! I wasn´t quite sure how the expression would be, but I was reading a book called Marrowbone Marble Company by Glenn Taylor, and in a part it...
Istanbul, Turkey. 1989. q: I like your portrait shots. Any tips when photographing people? a: Thank you so much. Need to get away from artificial emotions, I think. q: To you, what makes a good photograph? a: Good photograph, not your subject, just its spirit. I think so.. q: Why do people get tattoos? a: External sound, people get tattoos. Internal sound says tattoo is beautiful....
Glasgow. 21. q: What, or who, would you say is your biggest inspiration? a: People I have just met, or in other words speaking to someone for the first time inspire me. I thrive off the feeling you get when you just meet someone new. Everyone adapts - even if they don’t know it - when they talk to someone new so, the adaptation inspires me the most. It is like a test to myself, to...
Paris. q: What do you like about black and white film photography and why? a: I’ve always been fascinated by b&w photography and I’m still astonished by what you can express with this simple monochrome process. When you shoot in b&w, it’s another way to look around you, your eye is trained to see the contrast and the structures, and your brain reacts differently....
Sara Rios and Pedro
“‘Thetrendreinvented’ it’s our name. We are two photographers from Viana do Castelo, Portugal. Sara and Pedro, both students, share a taste of photography.” q: Tell us more about your series “Circuits of the Imagination”. a: Circuits of the Imagination its our most recent work. It´s about a wonderful story that describes what passes by the green fields,...