It’s the Sum that Makes the Photo by Ursula Abresch


“There’s more to a moment than what you see with your eyes.There are the thoughts at the time, the sounds, the smells, what you touch … and more. All these are real and integral to my photography.It’s the sum that makes the photo”  Ursula Abresch


How I Created the Bokeh Effect in “Seedlings” by Ursula Abresch4


A Great Eye by Andrew Lucas


Glamour photographer, teacher and much more, it seems that Andrew Lucas likes a lot what he does. I like it too, starting from his great eye for women sexy portraits that he shows in his 500px page.

An Untold Novel by Dmitry Ageev


The first thing you notice in Dmitry Ageev‘s photographs are the eyes. They are striking, compelling, they draw the viewer in and make you wonder what they are thinking about. Even though some of the poses are similar, each set of eyes tells a different story. They are pensive, pleading, daring, questioning, frightened, loving. He captures, not just the face, but the person; whether it is a real person or a fictional character the model is playing. You can almost hear what they are thinking or what they would say if they could speak. Each one is a character study for an untold novel just begging to be written.

Very Wide Angle of View by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji


23 years old Photographer and Physics student from northern Iran, interested in Panoramic and Architecture Photography. “I have been taking photos for 5 years, and have learned much through talking to other photographers, sharing my pictures and receiving feedback, and watching tutorials on the internet. Most of my pics are Covering very Wide angle of view (show Entire Building in one Picture ) and also they are High Dynamic Range. for me light is very Special element in Photography.”Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji

Multiexpo by Frank Machalowski

In Multiexpo I show analog multiple exposures of Berliner and other european citys sightseeing hotspots photographed from several positions on one frame. The buildings, structures and sculptures are taken from different perspectives, as well as the different visitors they look. The multiplication and intensification of positions and fields of view appears to distort the structures and reduce them to their core. They literally vibrate under the attempt to capture the time even in the pictures. Frank Machalowski


Frank Machalowski is a German award winning photographic artist and photographer, who lives and work in Berlin. Frank first got into photography as a hobby years ago. At first he was mainly into digital photography, but then he started shifting back to film as he found the charming characteristics and atmosphere of film photography to be most fascinating. Today he develops and prints his photos on his own. His major areas of interest are the city as well as the country side, two opposite fields but to him they kind of attract.

A World Behind the Scene by Mary Ellen Mark


Since the late 1960s, I have worked on many film sets. Sometimes a magazine assigns me a story but, more often, I am hired by the film studio as what is called a “special stills photographer.” A special stills photographer works on a film set for any number of days or weeks and makes photographs which are used for publicity or advertising. The advertising pictures are for the one-sheet poster–usually, the concept and design of the poster is the work of the advertising art director and the film company, and I collaborate with them very closely to produce what is needed. The publicity photographs are used for magazine covers and stories. I make some portraits of actors in the studio, but most often they are taken behind the scenes, which has always been one of my preferred ways of working, especially in a surreal atmosphere like that of a film set. Mary Ellen Mark

Hands as a Canvas by Guido Daniele


Since 1968 Guido Daniele has been painting and participating to personal and group art exhibitions.In 1972 he started working as hyper-realistic illustrator, in co-operation with major editing and advertising companies, using and testing different painting techniques.
Since 1986 he has been working and improving his personal usage of airbrush: he paints back-stages in different sizes (the biggest ones can be 400 square metres) for artistic and advertising pictures, tv commercials and tv programmes. He also creates trompe l’oeil, both in private houses and public buildings. In 1990 he added a new artistic experience to his previous ones: using the body painting technique he creates and paints models bodies for different situations such as advertising pictures and commercials, fashion events and exhibitions.