Moshe & Eddie Brakha are a father and son team that bring two generations of experience and passion to their commercial and fine-art work. Moshe birthed his career documenting the punk movement beginning in the seventies and Eddie is in the midst of his own blossoming career as both a photographer and filmmaker. Their duo provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the importance of collaboration in photography. You can discover more of their work by visiting their website.

Moshe Brakha recommends the work of Alexander Rodchenko.

Eddie Brakha recommends the work of Guy Bourdin.

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Natalie Dybisz is a photographer whose young career began on Flickr. In a few short years, her popular series of self-portraits, rooted in personal history and fantasy, propelled her to become on of the most popular photographers on the service. Her work as has been published in numerous publications, including the cover of American Photo magazine. Her images, which have also been exhibited in galleries, explore fascinating ideas of self and body image in a way that is both fun, engaging and beautiful. To discover more of her work, please visit flickr page or her new website.

Natalie Dybsiz recommends the work of Rossina Bossio.

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Lou Jones is a versatile and prolific photographer who has used has passion for photography to capture sports figures, musicians, celebrities, politicians, CEOs and just everyday folk. His work can be said to fit any variety of photographic genres including photojournalism, portraiture, advertising, fine-art and more, which speaks not only to his skills as a photographer, but also his ability take a technical process and transform it into something beautiful and impactful. His personal projects including a documentary project on Death Row have helped establish him as one of the distinctive voices in photography today. He is also author of the recent instructional book, Speedlights and Speedlights: Creative Flash Photography at the Speed of Light. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website or following his blog.

Lou Jones recommends the work of SebastiĆ£o Salgado.

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Lynn Goldsmith is a legendary portrait, commercial and fine-art photographer who has photographed many of the great entertainers of film, television and music including Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Patti Smith and Miles Davis, just to name a few. Her photographs have appeared on the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People, and more. She has also created a body of fine-art photography which includes a remarkable series of self-portraits. You can discover more of her work by visiting her website.

Lynn Goldsmith recommends the work of Elliot Erwitt.

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Category:fine-art -- posted at: 12:51am PDT


Paul Giguere is a fine-art photographer and host of his own podcast, Thoughts on Photography with Paul Giguere. Whether he turns his camera to focus on life in the subways or to nudes, he explores a way of seeing that expresses something very personal. His show also expresses that personal aesthetic and provides an important resource for anyone interested in discovering a public outlet for their work. You can discover more about Paul's work by visiting his website or his podcast.

Paul Giguere recommends the work of Horishi Watanabe.

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Category:fine-art -- posted at: 12:21pm PDT


Miriam Romais is the executive director of En Foco, a non profit organization that supports contemporary fine art and documentary photographers of Latino, African, Asian and Native American descent. It was started 35 years ago in the Bronx by a group of Puerto Rican photographers to serve as as outlet for work that was being too easily overlooked by mainstream art world.

As well as her work with En Foco, Miriam is also a photographer and curator. Her own work has been published and exhibited in numerous galleries and museums throughout the country. Some of her work has focused on her other passion, motorcycling. You can view her work by visiting her website.

Miriam Romais recommend the work of Alejandro Chaskielberg.

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