Patrick Tsai’s Modern Times In China

Ever see something bizarre during your daily routine? It may make you laugh, cry, or make you scratch your head. Later in the day you try to tell friends about what you saw but somehow something gets lost in the translation.  Patrick Tsai’s Modern Times series manages to capture those very moments for all of us to enjoy.

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Heidi Norton

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I’m happy to have been recently turned on to Chicago based artist, Heidi Norton’s, photography/sculptural work. There’s a really nice balance of representational elements and abstraction, very forward thinking. Her first West coast solo endeavor, Between New Moons, opens up this weekend HungryMan Gallery in SF.

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Laura Crosta’s Thought Balloons

Laura Crosta has a plethora of work in her portfolio but her balloon series is one of my favorites. Also make sure to check out the “I Date A Hooker”  series which documents Jeff Fischer’s dating highlights with hookers.

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Peter Zander

New York based lifestyle photographer Peter Zander takes intimate and emotional photographs. We’re especially enjoying his Senior series.

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Ted Sabarese

Artist Ted Sabarese is a jack of all trades. He is a graphic designer, fiction writer, and photographer. The series pictured above is amazing!

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Dan Estabrook’s Lost Aesthetic

 

Digital photography has advanced the medium for well over a decade, with new innovations breaking into tech-savvy genres that allow for unique work to progress and doors to be opened. However, contemporary photographers such as Dan Estabrook are looking back 200 years to the very first steps photography took as an artform, and bringing back the lost aesthetic from two centuries of happy accidents. More after the cut!

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B/D Best of 2010 – WALEE TAKES PHOTOSHOP TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL

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WALEE’s insane digital portfolio.

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B/D Best of 2010 – Sarah Palmer

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When looking at the photographs of Sarah Palmer you can’t help but notice the playfulness with light and colors. I find her body of work from the series, “The Riddle of Lumen”, quite interesting, and although clearly documenting an urban landscape, I also find it quite mystical. As if unfolding an urban exploration of a city, or finding a hidden gem in plain view. At least when I look at her work, it almost seems to portray and unidentifiable sentimentalism of the unknown urban setting depicted. It plays quite well with the colors and spacial composition in the photographs.

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