Orlando Suero Photography

“If I’d realized what a wonderful photographer you were,  I never would have been the jittery subject I was.” — Jackie Kennedy, 1954 (from a letter to Orlando Suero) Orlando Suero (born 1925) started snapping photos with the Kodak Jiffy his father gave him in 1939. In May 1943, a few months before joining the Marines to serve in World War II, Suero published his … Continue reading Orlando Suero Photography

Guy Bourdin in Black and White

La Baigneuse, circa 1950-53 ‘Untitled’, 1954 From “Untouched”, nominated for the Historical Book Award Totó, 1955 Vogue, Paris, June 1964 Cynthia Korman in a Pierre Cardin outfit photographed for Vogue Paris, 1968 Donna Jordan in Yves Saint Laurent, for Vogue Paris, January 1971  Vogue Paris, February 1971  Collection Chloé, Vogue 1973 Vogue France, 1975 “Parisian Trip”, 1983 Bonnie Lysohir, Vogue UK, 1971 Pat Cleveland, Vogue Italia, October … Continue reading Guy Bourdin in Black and White

Powerful Portraits by Brian Ypperciel

Brian Ypperciel is a talented photographer based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Brian spezialises in portraiture, beauty, fashion and commercial photography. His work has been featured in Schön!, Marie-Claire China, Elle Québec, GLASSbook, NOI.SE and many others. He is also known locally for his contributions to Elle Québec, Plaisirs de Vivre, Mixte, and Homme magazines. More info: instagram / 500px / website   Continue reading Powerful Portraits by Brian Ypperciel

Karlie Kloss by Greg Kadel

Karlie Kloss Semi-Nude in Controversial Numéro Magazine Shoot by Greg Kadel Photographer Greg Kadel shares his black and white spread for Numéro Magazine, featuring American supermodel Karlie Kloss in a variety of semi-nude poses. There’s a bit of drama surrounding this shoot: Greg Kadel’s original shows Karlie’s natural ribs intact, while a second Photoshopped version, printed by Numéro, has the ribs smoothed out. Here’s the … Continue reading Karlie Kloss by Greg Kadel

Formento+Formento

BJ and Richeille Formento (known as Formento+Formento) are an explosive husband and wife creative duo working together to execute visually and thematically stunning photographs since they met on assignment in 2005. BJ was born in the Phillipines and raised on fine art and street photography. He has worked legends such as Richard Avedon, Mary Ellen Markand Annie Leibovitz. On the other side is Richielle, a London-born fashion designer and … Continue reading Formento+Formento

Always on the Run

Glenn Homann is an award winning iPhone photographer, based in Ipswich, Australia. He has had winning images in diverse categories in prominent mobile competitions, including The iPhone Photography Awards, The Mobile Photography Awards and the Mobile Category of the Australian Photography Awards. He was recently featured on Apple’s Instagram Feed, highlighting his minimal approach to urban street scenes. In fact, it is his refusal to be … Continue reading Always on the Run

“One Thousand and One Dreams”

Yasmina Alaoui is of French and Moroccan descent, born in New York in 1977. She studied Fine Arts at the Carousel du Louvre in Paris, and earned a BA in Sculpture from the College of William and Mary. She currently lives and works between New York city and Morocco. In her life-sized photographic series “one thousand and one dreams”, statuesque bodies appear frozen in time, … Continue reading “One Thousand and One Dreams”

Caitlin Worthington Photography

Caitlin Worthington is a young portrait and fashion photographer from Perth, Western Australia. She began her journey through photography at the age of 15. A graduate of the Advanced Diploma of Photography course at Central Institute of Technology, Caitlin Worthington loves creating images that make the viewer feel as if they are stepping into a dream. With editorials and interviews being featured in a range … Continue reading Caitlin Worthington Photography