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Martin Roemers Photographer

Martin Roemers Photographer | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

There are now 7 billion people on earth, and according the United Nations Population Fund, one half of us live in cities. Martin Roemers has been photographing the world’s megacities, sprawling urban areas inhabited by millions, capturing their chaos, humanity and dynamism. “Metropolis,” Roemers’ first North American exhibition, opens February 29 at Anastasia Photo, a New York City gallery specializing in documentary photography and photojournalism. The show runs through April 1.

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Jean-Marie Grange's curator insight, September 25, 2013 10:54 AM

A good way to show action and movement in crowded cities.

I'll have to try that with my new tripod!

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Manu National Park | Photographer: Charlie Hamilton James

Manu National Park | Photographer: Charlie Hamilton James | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Manu was my second story for the year long National Geographic series on National Parks. Remote and inaccessible, Manu ranges from the Peruvian Andes down into lowland rainforest and is the world's most bio-diverse national park. The subject of the coverage however was predominantly Manu's indigenous people. I spent weeks inside the park living with the Machiguenga in the communities of Yomibato and Tayakome. The lead image was one of Yoina (age 9) with her pet saddleback tamarin on her head. Many of the people I met on the assignment had only come into 'contact' days before I shot their portraits (at left and others similar in the gallery). Manu was a passion project as I have been visiting it for over twenty years.

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A DAY WITH PATIENCE | Photographer: Lisa Weatherbee

A DAY WITH PATIENCE | Photographer: Lisa Weatherbee | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Lisa Weatherbee’s series, 'A Day with Patience', is a record of just that: one day spent with a twelve year old girl, Patience, in her village in Ghana.

Having joined Photographers Without Borders, she arranged to spend a day with a young woman that the organisation put her in touch with, and the results are an open-hearted study of a day in the life of someone with whom, outwardly, the photographer had little in common. Weatherbee uses natural light, and her palette is bright and fresh: at times, the images almost recall fashion photography in their easy movement and the clean lines of Patience’s school uniform. 


Throughout the series, Weatherbee’s gaze is unobtrusive; Patience meets the lens’s eye with steadiness and maturity, and it is her world that we find ourselves in. While meditative moments are duly recorded, however, the viewer cannot forget that Patience is still a child: in one image, she plays on a slide with abandon, a carefree moment that almost comes as a surprise after the seriousness and composure that is recorded in the rest of the series.

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Conseils pour la photographie de mode | Photographe: Serge Bouvet

Conseils pour la photographie de mode | Photographe: Serge Bouvet | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it
La photographie de mode est très exclusive et monstrueusement compétitive. Arriver au sommet exige du dévouement, de la personnalité, du charisme, de l’engagement, du travail acharné et avoir une bonne étoile. En toute modestie, je vais vous donner quelques conseils pour faire pencher la balance de votre côté en 7 points.
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Color or not color ? Steve McCurry répond | Serge Bouvet, photographe

Color or not color ? Steve McCurry répond | Serge Bouvet, photographe | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Sur la couleur et noir et blanc, chacun à son avis sur la question. Steve McCurry que j’ai rencontré à trois reprises à Paris, m’en a touché deux mots. A juste titre, pour accompagner le sujet en beauté, je vous propose de télécharger 4 préréglages Kodachrome offerts !® que j’ai conçus pour mes travaux de photographie en noir et blanc. 


Dans le monde de la photographie, le nom de Steve McCurry est synonyme de regard . Ses nombreux portraits saisissants font de lui l’un des meilleurs portraitistes au monde. Une référence historique incontournable pour qui veut s’intéresser à l’histoire de la photographie. A mes yeux, au même titre que Raghubir Singh et de William Eggleston, Steve McCurry a donné ces lettres de noblesse à la photographie couleur.


Le 13 décembre 2015, lors des Master Class qui avaient eu lieu à Paris, Steve McCurry m’a appris qu’il avait un point commun avec Raghubir Singh : Cartier Bresson. Chacun ont en effet présenté humblement leurs photos au maître français. A Steve McCurry, il lui conseille la voie noble du noir et blanc. L’élève s’émancipera du conseil de son mentor. A Raghubir Singh qui avait pris le taureau par les cornes en venant directement dans son appartement proche du Louvre pour lui remettre son ouvrage en couleur, il n’émet pas même une critique à son endroit. Cartier Bresson feuilletera à peine son livre. Dédain blessant pour Raghubir Singh. Le maître avait le regard soupçonneux et l’avis d’un inquisiteur à l’égard de la couleur. On ne touche pas au noir et blanc ! (...)

 

 

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Photos & Vidéos: Serge Bouvet Cities: Jodhpur, Delhi, Jaisalmer, Varanasi, Pushkar, Bikaner, Jaipur Mixed by: Serge Bouvet More photos at: sergebouvet.com
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Marlboro Boys | Freelance Photographer: Michelle Siu

Marlboro Boys | Freelance Photographer: Michelle Siu | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

As smoking regulations in North America get stricter, the number of smokers, especially among younger generations, are in decline. If Mad Men taught us anything, it’s that smoking is not nearly as common as it used to be. In some circles, it can even be seen as taboo. Considering these changing habits of North Americans, it’s incredibly startling to see the recent series by Toronto based photographer Michelle Siu. For Marlboro Boys, she travelled to Indonesia to document the shocking reality of young smokers.

It’s easy to begin smoking when it’s presence is everywhere. As the fifth largest tobacco market in the world, Indonesians are bombarded with ever-present advertising targeting youth and easy access to cheap cigarettes (about one dollar a pack). The industry is closely tied to the country’s economy and that industry relies on consumption. What’s most alarming, is that the habit is forming early. According to a recent study, the number of children smokers aged 10 to 14 has doubled over the past 20 years, and has tripled for those ages five to nine.

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"Indonesia’s relationship with tobacco is complex. Cheap cigarettes, ubiquitous advertising, a powerful lobby with tight political connections and lack of law enforcement fuels a national addiction. 

 

Indonesia holds one of the world’s highest rates of male smokers and it often begins at a young age. Boys are growing up in an environment where demand for tobacco is strong and foreign tobacco giants such as Marlboro maker Philip Morris, are establishing themselves as smoking rates decline in other countries. 

 

With the fifth largest tobacco market internationally, the industry is tied to the country’s economy and that industry relies on consumption. Indonesia remains one of the few countries that has not joined the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control of the World Health Organization which aims “to protect present and future generations from the devastating health, social, environmental and economic consequences of tobacco consumption and exposure to tobacco smoke.” 

 

Young smokers begin the cycle of addiction but at a health cost for generations to come. The juxtaposition of young boys smoking like seasoned addicts is jarring yet this project is intended to not only shock and inform viewers but to demonstrate the lack of enforcement of national health regulations and to question the country’s dated relationship with tobacco." - MICHELLE SIU

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Photographer of the Year 2015 | Photojournalist: Jonas Gratzer

Photographer of the Year 2015 | Photojournalist: Jonas Gratzer | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Originally from Stockholm, Gratzer has been living in Bangkok with his wife and son since 2009. He has travelled throughout south-east Asia and the Indian subcontinent, focusing on rights issues such as child labour, human trafficking and women's rights, as well as environmental concerns. He has recently become a Getty Images contributor.

He said: "With my pictures I try to make people aware of what the daily struggle faced by millions of people across the continent. There are so many sides of Asia that are not pleasant. My major concern for the region is that corporations are eating up Asia and spreading like cancer. Many leaders in powerful positions turn a blind eye to what's happening in this part of the world. There is a sort of philosophy of 'money first and what happens next is not our concern.'"

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More photos of Jonas Gratzer at: http://www.jonasgratzer.com/

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Afghanistan | Photojournalist: Altaf Qadri

Afghanistan | Photojournalist: Altaf Qadri | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Altaf Qadri is a Kashmiri-Indian photojournalist with Associated Press.He has received several awards for is photographic work. The New York Times described his work as having a "sophisticated eye and highly effective technique."

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Autoportrait | Fine art photographer: Izumi Miyazaki 未設定

Autoportrait | Fine art photographer: Izumi Miyazaki 未設定 | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

18-year-old Izumi Miyazaki arranges her daydreams into surreal photographs that are filled with deadpan humor. Each photo is manipulated so that the mundane becomes a little more magical. From levitating candy hearts to snow made of rice, Miyazaki ups the mystique with a wink of the eye.

By putting herself in the spotlight as the main subject, Miyazaki frees herself to being able to play with subtle changes in expression. Her photographs also call upon themes of identity and coming of age purely based on context. Because most of her artwork is staged in everday locations, they can almost be read as a visual diary of emotions.

The pure fun of Miyazaki’s photos is that they can be interpreted any number of ways: As a teenager’s creative way to express herself — or the product of a quirky overactive imagination.

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Asilo | Photographer: Greg Miller

Asilo | Photographer: Greg Miller | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Greg Miller is a photographer of human beings. Fine art, magazine and advertising photographer specializing in narrative portraiture and photography workshops.

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"30 years ago in the small Brazillian town of Caconde, in the state of Sao Paulo, construction on a large home for the elderly (asilo) was started by a local priest to alleviate conditions in the town’s already crowded facility. The structure was abandoned when the priest moved to another town. (…)

These simultaneously occurring stories are the history of small town." - GREG MILLER 

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Shannon Castor's curator insight, August 4, 2015 12:19 AM

"30 years ago in the small Brazillian town of Caconde, in the state of Sao Paulo, construction on a large home for the elderly (asilo) was started by a local priest to alleviate conditions in the town’s already crowded facility. The structure was abandoned when the priest moved to another town. (…)

These simultaneously occurring stories are the history of small town." - GREG MILLER 

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Cuba | Photographer: Steve McCurry

Cuba | Photographer: Steve McCurry | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Steve McCurry returned to Cuba in November, 2014 and photographed the streets of the capital. This trip was made only weeks before the Cuban and US governments announced the beginning of regular diplomatic relations.

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BEAUTY | Fashion photographer: Greg Kadel

BEAUTY | Fashion photographer: Greg Kadel | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it
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Greg Kadel is an American fashion photographer and filmmaker based in New York City. He was born and raised in Pennsylvania. He moved to New York to study marine biology and fine art. It was only after graduation he realized his passion for photography and filmmaking. He now spends his time living between New York, Paris, and Los Angeles.

 

Greg Kadel’s images have appeared in publications including American Vogue, Vogue Italia, Vogue Nippon, Vogue UK, L'Uomo Vogue, French Vogue, Vogue Germany, Vogue China, Numéro, Numéro Homme, Visionaire, i-D, The Face, Another Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, W Jewelry, British GQ, 10 Magazine, Allure, Inside View, V, Melody.His advertising clients include Aveda, Express, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, H&M, Max Mara, Loewe, Oscar de la Renta, Calvin Klein, Biotherm, Diane von Fürstenberg, Elie Tahari, Hermès, Lancôme, L'Oréal, Max Mara, Shiseido, Victoria's Secret, and Salvatore Ferragamo.

 

Greg Kadel’s celebrity clients include Britney Spears, Casey Affleck, Stella McCartney, Ioan Gruffudd, Claire Danes, Ben Chaplin, Maurizio Cattelan, Kiera Chaplin, Hedi Slimane, and Megan Fox.

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Les plus belles photos du National Geographic | Photographer: Serge Bouvet, photographe

Les plus belles photos du National Geographic | Photographer: Serge Bouvet, photographe | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it
Vous rêvez de prendre des photographies dignes des plus grands professionnels ? Inspirez-vous de la célèbre communauté photo National Geographic avec ce beau livre qui rassemble 200 clichés sublimes, des idées passionnantes, et aussi des centaines d’astuces livrées par les experts National Geographic pour vous aider à prendre des photos comme un pro. Les plus beaux clichés de la communauté photo National Geographic ont été réunis dans ce livre, et, chacun y est commenté pour réussir à son tour ses compositions, puiser des idées de sujets, développer sa technique et son inspiration. 17 thèmes majeurs de la photo sont analysés et le volet pratique du livre, constitué de de conseils et astuces par les photographes eux-mêmes offre des réponses précises et accessibles à tous.

À l’intérieur, vous trouverez : • Plus de 200 photographies exceptionnelles • Des centaines d’astuces techniques, adaptées à tous les niveaux • Les conseils et l’inspiration des meilleurs photographes du monde • Les secrets qui se cachent derrière une bonne photo, et comment réussir celle dont vous rêvez • Des idées créatives pour aborder des thèmes tels que la vie sauvage, le paysage, la famille, l’autoportrait, la gastronomie, le noir et blanc, et bien plus encore
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India As I See It: Incredible Photos That Capture The Madness And Magic Of India

India As I See It: Incredible Photos That Capture The Madness And Magic Of India | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it
For you, the native Indian, my perspective may seem trivial. Yet, I try to give you photographs charged with life and strange moments.
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Analyse d’une photo : le rêveur de Kathputli Colony | Serge Bouvet, photographe

Analyse d’une photo : le rêveur de Kathputli Colony | Serge Bouvet, photographe | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it
Le tabou pointant la frontière entre l’aspect artistique et l’aspect documentaire de la photographie est le cadet de mes soucis. Je n’ai pas tendance à minimiser l’aspect artistique de mes photos. En ce qui me concerne, le dispositif esthétique prévaut autant que le sujet traité, surtout dans le cadre d’un portrait. Petit retour sur un portrait pris à Kathputli Colony.
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Ma tribu se porte bien, mon business aussi

Ma tribu se porte bien, mon business aussi | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Mesurer sa réputation professionnelle sur Linkedin LinkedIn dispose désormais d’un outil, Social Selling Index ou SSI,   pour mesurer son influence et son audience sur le réseau social professionnel. 

Lorsque je démarrai comme photographe freelance en 2012, je recevais une demande de devis deux fois par mois. C'était un peu maigre. De fait, mon activité s'apparentait moins à une profession sérieuse qu'à un loisir. J'avais heureusement la chance d'exercer un travail dans un cabinet de conseil pour faire bouillir la marmite.

En 2015, je recevais une demande de devis par jour. En 2016, je reçois maintenant invariablement une semaine sur deux, une à 3 demandes de devis chaque jour. Comment est-ce possible ?

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Katrin Cole | Fashion photographer: Serge Bouvet

Katrin Cole | Fashion photographer: Serge Bouvet | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

J’ai rencontré Katrin Cole, une top modèle polonaise, alors qu’elle défilait pour le designer Indien Rahul Mishra. Nous avons fait quelques portraits ensemble. Elle présente une allure élégante, une pose assurée,  un corps qui évidemment ne déprécie pas la griffe du créateur mais surtout un visage plein de caractère. J’étais très curieux de savoir qui était Katrin Cole. Elle a accepté de répondre à quelques une de mes questions.- Serge Bouvet

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Conférence Picturing Poverty à Sciences Po | Serge Bouvet, photographe

Conférence Picturing Poverty à Sciences Po | Serge Bouvet, photographe | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Le 16 septembre 2015, le Pôle Photographie du Bureau des Arts de Sciences Po m’a invité à intervenir à une conférence portant sur le thème de la pauvreté et de la précarité. A cette occasion, je présenterai en commentant une sélection de cinq photos prises entre 2012 et 2015. J’ai intitulé cette sélection, « Cinq portraits de l’Inde divisé ».

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"Lorsque j’ai réalisé mes premiers portraits, je me souviens que l’on m’avait reproché d’ignorer la classe moyenne. Mc Kinsey Global Institute l’évalue à 20% de la population2. Cette classe moyenne, c’est 200 millions de personnes sur 1,252 milliard d’Indiens3. Est-ce que montrer ces 200 millions de personnes qui ont un toit et mange à leur faim illustre la bonne santé de l’Inde. Je ne le crois pas. L’Inde est toujours malade. Je ne suis pas allé là-bas pour photographier les pauvres. Ce n’étaient pas mon objectif de photographier les pauvres, je voulais photographier des couleurs. Mais quand vous photographiez un indien, vous avez une ou deux chances sur trois de tomber sur un pauvre." - Serge Bouvet

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Second wives in western India | Photographer: Danish Siddiqui

Second wives in western India | Photographer: Danish Siddiqui | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Homes in the village of Denganmal in western India do not have running water. The only drinking water comes from two wells at the foot of a hill outside the village. The well is often so crowded that the walk and wait can take hours in the sweltering heat.

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"I am a television news correspondent turned photographer, working for Reuters in Mumbai. I was brought up in the Indian capital Delhi but have been posted in Mumbai since summer 2010. With Reuters, I made my foray into professional photography. I've been learning something new about photography everyday on the job. Apart from taking pictures to go with the daily news, I have a keen interest in shooting in depth features and multimedia."- Danish Siddiqui

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Bangladesh child marriage | Photojournalist: Allison Joyce

Bangladesh child marriage | Photojournalist: Allison Joyce | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Bangladesh has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. Around 29 percent of girls are married before the age of 15, and 65% of girls are already married by the time they turn 18. Families are often in a hurry to marry their daughters off, because girls are thought of as an economic burden. Education is considered unnecessary for girls, because boys get the jobs and bring the money in.

Child marriage is both physically and psychologically damaging. Girls who are forcibly married at a young age are more likely to experience domestic abuse than their unmarried peers and many girls report their first sexual experience is forced. A girl of 15 is five times more likely to die in childbirth than a woman in her twenties.

Allison Joyce, an American photojournalist based in Bangladesh, travelled to a rural area in Manikganj District, west of the capital, and photographed a wedding between a 15-year-old girl and a 32-year-old man.

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In the larger cities of these countries child marriage and being bonded has been outlawed, however there are so many people in the rural areas continuing old "traditions." Many times, people in the rural areas do not even know the laws and the problem is compounded because there is noone from the the law there to make sure these practices are being stopped. 

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Corporates | Photographer: Ritam Banerjee

Corporates | Photographer: Ritam Banerjee | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Ritam Banerjee is an Indian photographer, specialising in a variety of fields such as travel, fashion, photojournalism, advertising, interiors, portraits and automobiles, among others. He started pursuing photography in 1996. A freelance photographer, Ritam also works with and is globally represented by Getty Images.

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Based out of Mumbai, Ritam has never quite understood the need to create a niche. Shooting extensively across categories—travel, photojournalism, advertising, interiors, portraits, automobiles, fashion, food—he has always sought inspiration and challenge in variety. From training his lens at the blazing dome of the Taj Palace & Tower when Mumbai was under siege in 2008 to documenting the placid course of the middle and lower Ganges, Ritam has framed things as disparate as spas and slums, ketchup and cars. Over the last decade, Ritam has worked with corporates and publications across continents, and has also been associated with the global agency, Getty Images. Apart from stills, he shoots commercial AVs, and has recently worked as a cinematographer for a feature film. Ritam has also been in the news for his theme-based calendars and his exhibitions. - Ritam Banerjee

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Hamburg, stage theater an der elbe | Fine Art Photographer: ERWIN OLAF

Hamburg, stage theater an der elbe | Fine Art Photographer: ERWIN OLAF | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Erwin Olaf Springveld , professionally known as Erwin Olaf, is a Dutch photographer.

Erwin Olaf Springveld was born on 2 June 1959 in Hilversum in the Netherlands. Springveld is most famous for his commercial and personal work. He has been commissioned to photograph advertising campaigns for large international companies such as Levi's, Microsoft and Nokia.

 

Some of his most famous photographic series include "Grief", "Rain", and "Royal Blood". Never one to shy away from controversy, Springveld's work is often daring and provocative. Humorously however, one of his early photographs was once expelled from a show on the basis of not containing nudity.

 

His work has received many awards[4] and he has held exhibitions around the world. Springveld studied journalism in the School of Journalism in Utrecht.

 

His work is shown in galleries and museums all around the world, for example at Wagner + Partner, Berlin; Flatland Gallery, Utrecht; Hamiltons Gallery, London; Galerie Magda Danysz, Paris; Gallery Espacio Minimo, Madrid ; and many others. Springveld designed the 2014 Dutch euro coins with the portrait of King Willem-Alexander.

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County Fair | Photographer: Greg Miller

County Fair | Photographer: Greg Miller | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Greg Miller’s large format photography has appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, TIME, Esquire, Fortune, LIFE, and more. 

 

Predominantly using an 8×10 view camera, Greg Miller‘s photography utilizes street photography, found moments and portraiture to capture human relationships and a sense of suspended reality. In 2008, he received a Fellowship in photography from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. 

 

 

"I had the good fortune of starting early. I got into photography taking pictures for my high school yearbook and working for a photographer in Nashville, my hometown. There is a long string of people who influenced me early on but it all really started with my dad who was an amateur photographer.

When I came to New York in 1986 I studied at The School of Visual Arts. One of my first teachers there was Lois Conner who later introduced me to Andrea Modica and Judith Joy Ross. The three of them have been and continue to be really big influences on me. Lois shoots with 7×17 and 8×10 view cameras and Andrea and Judith shoot 8×10." - GREG MILLER

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WOMEN | Fashion photographer: Greg Kadel

WOMEN | Fashion photographer: Greg Kadel | PHOTOGRAPHERS | Scoop.it

Greg Kadel is a US born fashion photographer and filmmaker based in New York. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Kadel moved to NY to study marine biology and fine art. Upon completion of his studies, he discovered his passion for photography and film making and for nearly a decade, Greg has been creating influential images that have graced the pages of Allure, Harper's Bazaar, i-D, Italian Vogue, Japanese Vogue, L'uomo Vogue, Numero, Visionaire and Vogue China. He has also been an image maker for the likes of Biotherm, Diane Von Furstenburg, Elie Tahari, Hermes, H&M, Lancome, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, L’Oreal, Max Mara, Oscar de la Renta, Shiseido, Valentino, Victoria’s Secret, and Salvatore Ferragamo.


His images have been described as “classic with a modern flair” and he is respected for his unique ability to bring the best out of his subjects. He currently spends his time working between New York, Paris and Los Angeles.

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