Portfolio: Emiliano Granado

Emiliano Granado creates lush, travel photographs that embrace its viewers with warm open arms. Granado is one of the creators, alongside Daniel Palsey, of Yonder Journal, a project dedicated to the American wilderness. Shot mostly in medium format, Granado has the ability to catch natural light in such a grandiose way. The landscapes and the…

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Eli Durst: Space 847

Eli Durst received a B.A. from Wesleyan University in Photography and American Studies. The mingling of Durst’s interest are clear in his work, as Durst approaches photography with an anthropological edge. Durst’s “Space 847″ acts as an exploration and documentation of the fading cineplex culture in suburban America. All of the photographs from the series…

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Natalie Krick: Natural Deceptions

Natalie Krick was born in Portland Oregon. Currently based in Fort Collins, Colorado, Krick has always been intensely focused on photographing women. Her ongoing project, Natural Deceptions, consists of staged portraits of the photographer and her mother. “My mother performs for my camera, for me, for you.  Her appearance and demeanor fluctuate from image to image…

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Nguan: How Loneliness Goes

Nguan’s photographs of quiet moments from all around the world is familiar to a lot of us by now. From Japan, to New York, Nguan continues to wander, shooting square, pastel washed photographs. “How Loneliness Goes” turns Nguan’s decisive gaze to the country that he calls home.

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Devon Johnson's "Leaning out of Car Windows"

Devon Johnson does not necessarily consider himself a photographer. As an artist, however, Johnson works primarily with lens based mediums. Johnson’s work “examines how our understanding of place is altered by the passage of time, the failure of memory, and the influences of external texts.” In “Leaning out of Car Windows” Johnson deconstructs the romanticism…

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Schuyler Duffy makes analog visual poetry.

Their necks all crane upwards in the crisp pacific light. The crowd had formed spontaneously on the top of a hill, at exactly 1453H. They look intently together. Suddenly self-conscious, he casts a voyeurish glance around, looking at the people looking, affirming his own place in the crowd, seeing the symmetry of hundreds of faces…

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Adam Leon captures the haunting border between man and nature.

Adam Leon is a young landscape photographer who is interested in the “displacements of modern naturalism” – his works practice a considerable amount of restraint when it comes to revealing much details, despite their personal contexts. Leon photographs contemporary places that retain a significance in his biography in a perspective that feels classical. His images…

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