American Girl

An American girl near a fast car. It doesn’t get much more exciting than that. This iconic visual utilizes orthochromatic style to create something truly unique. It is easy to look at these things, and imagine what might happen next. To be sure, we want to be in the car with her. We want to travel to wherever she is going. This piece feeds into our need to enjoy the open road in the best way possible. We dream of seeing the world. Whether or not you can, you will find this piece to be a welcome addition to your home or professional space. (Jan Keteleer)

An American girl near a fast car. It doesn’t get much more exciting than that. This iconic visual utilizes orthochromatic style to create something truly unique. It is easy to look at these things, and imagine what might happen next. To be sure, we want to be in the car with her. We want to travel to wherever she is going. This piece feeds into our need to enjoy the open road in the best way possible. We dream of seeing the world. Whether or not you can, you will find this piece to be a welcome addition to your home or professional space. (Jan Keteleer)

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

Website: www.janke.be
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Texaco pump

Early Texaco gas pumps featured iconic imagery and colors. You can bring those colors back to striking life with this impressive fine art piece. As a provocative contrast to the gas pump, we can see a nude woman facing away from us. Her nude backside is combined with a demure pose, and we can only imagine what might be happening in this compelling, unique piece. This is an excellent example of pop art, and it can make for a welcome addition to just about any room or space you can imagine. There is a unique energy to this piece that makes it very appealing.

Early Texaco gas pumps featured iconic imagery and colors. You can bring those colors back to striking life with this impressive fine art piece. As a provocative contrast to the gas pump, we can see a nude woman facing away from us. Her nude backside is combined with a demure pose, and we can only imagine what might be happening in this compelling, unique piece. This is an excellent example of pop art, and it can make for a welcome addition to just about any room or space you can imagine. There is a unique energy to this piece that makes it very appealing.

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

Website: www.janke.be
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Fashion photographer Per Zennstrom

Change is good !

Per Zennström is a international, contemporary fashion photographer, blogger, on-line publisher and teacher, public speaker passionate about photography, fashion, pop-culture, new media and the space where all these things come together, mix, match and mate with business...

So it reads in the header on my pop-cultural blog 10horses and while I certainly think that it is a very relevant description of what I do, here I will try to give a bit more personal account of what makes me tick. First of all I’m incredibly happy to be making my living as a fashion photographer, I really couldn’t think of a better or more exciting profession. I actually get paid to do what I love and that is pretty rare, I believe. I’m fond of saying that I never really felt that I “go to work” . Every day is usually filled with new things to learn and new exciting projects to sink Your teeth into. I feel truly blessed...

I also really enjoy the fact that as a fashion photographer I’m constantly forced to re-invent myself and come up with new fresh ideas and images. There is nothing as old as last seasons fashion images and I actually value this very fleeting and ephemeral aspect of fashion photography. I come to think of that famous quote, (by Tony Armstrong-Jones ?) about fashion images and wrapping up fish... Fashion-images are meant to be consumed and then discarded. But I also firmly believe that some images will survive and go on and take on another meaning outside the fashion context. That is another driving force of mine.

Fashion and fashion photography is really at the very center of this pop-cultural vortex where absolutely anything gets used to “feed the machine” and I find that amusing and very liberating. As a fashion photographer I’m allowed and maybe even required to use every pop-cultural manifestation to tell the story and that puts my images right in the center of “everything”. Just the other day I came across some very insightful words about the cultural relevance of fashion by designer Hussein Chalayan:
"Fashion is actually a part of culture although fashion, sort of, separates itself as this other world... and “...what fashion shows do is show the new image of the body.”

A dear friend of mine and a person i really respect once told me that
“...as a creative, You always need to tell the same story, but every time You do that You need to tell it in a different way”

That really struck a chord within me and I think that has influenced my way of going about creating images. That is yet another aspect of being a creative... I have started seeing myself as an image maker as opposed to a being photographer. I sometimes find being "just" a photographer will limit Your ability to tell a story and I’m now employing other ways of communicating like blogging, producing multi-media events, film & video, journalism etc etc... Don't get me wrong, I still love being a fashion photographer and I hope to do this for a very long time still... Essentially I'd like to try to take care of a bigger piece of various projects. I'm not bored with photography, on the contrary. I just have discovered the fascinating possibilities of things outside pure photography.

Another phenomenon which has struck me is the rise of the blogger and how absolutely everything is shifting and changing within the media industry.
Old media out and new media in... Editors out and bloggers in... Still image out and moving image in... Print out and digital in... Newspapers out and tablets in... Desktop out and mobile in...
Essentially new technology coupled with the web 2.0 has given individuals the power to tell their own stories and distribute that to anyone on-line and that is an incredibly powerful realization. Once You really has understood the possibilities there are so many new avenues opening up. Earlier dependencies on old media (magazines, editors, agencies) are now more or less gone and You, as a connected individual, has now been empowered to control the story You want to tell. We as photographers are right in the middle of this profound shift of power, some of the old business models do not work any more and there is a scramble to make sense of what’s going on. I choose to see opportunities in all this...

When I started out as a photographer the common wisdom was that the editorial work was the "creative and fun stuff" and later on You got your "payday" by doing advertising, (based on your previous editorial portfolio). The underlying, but not spoken, thought was that everything creative was done editorially and you simply just cashed in by doing advertising. For a long time now I consider the new forms of marketing and advertising the creative, daring and progressive channel to work in and my hopes are to explore this a lot more in the future.
http://www.perzennstrom.com
per@perzennstrom.com
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Zippo

The flame of this Zippo can be interpreted in a couple of different ways. As far as this fine art piece is concerned, you can regard the presence of the flame as something powerful. Perhaps, you could say that the flame is beginning to weaken. It is at the point in which absolutely anything is possible. Now, our attention moves to the naked woman, who seems to have her attention more or less absorbed by the presence of this mysterious lighter. We can’t begin to guess what she is thinking, but we can certainly imagine the range of emotions within her.

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)
Website: janke.be

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Thierry Jacob Girard // Numeric-Photography

Duality by Thierry Jacob Girard

Jacob Girard Thierry

Thierry-Jacob-Girard-Numeric-Photography La photographie en mouvement ...

Jacob Girard Thierry

Website

http://www.numeric-photography.com

Blog and/or Portfolio

http://blog.numeric-photography.com

Contact

contact@numeric-photography.com

34 rue Louis Blanc
DIJON 21000
France
+ (33) 06 12 69 68 18

Specialties

Fine Art
Beauty
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Marc Page – 113 WEST

113west_beauty

Marc Page

marc_page I am a professional, published photographer with over twenty years of experience shooting fashion, beauty, editorial, night and travel photography. Im am based near Boston, Massachusetts.

I joined this site because I am dedicated to professionalism and know the importance of standing apart from the masses. I also believe that it is our responsibility as professional photographers to educate others, and perfect all aspects of our craft.. The art side, as well as the business side of photography.

Contact
PO Box 623
West Newbury 01985
United States

Website - Blog - Galleries

http://www.113west.com
http://marcpage.photoshelter.com/portfolio/G0000QBfCZGQ24tk

Email

info@113west.com

Specialities

Fashion
Beauty
Editorial

Miss Lao 2011 beauty contest – Thidalath Vongsiri

Miss Lao 2011
Miss Lao 20011 beauty contest in Vientiane, Lao. Miss Lao 2011 Thidalath Vongsiri winner of Miss Lao 2011 beauty contest.
In a previous visit to Vientiane capital of Laos I met with the well known Laotian fashion designer Viengkham.
Our first collaboration was to photograph her own designs at the Miss Lao beauty contest November 2011.
Her unique clothes attract a lot of attention at the show and on youtube as well.
Check out the video I prepared and the galleries with even more pics.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lf-yO7OInWI
ChristoChristidis

Website
http://www.headshot.gr

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mail@headshot.gr