August 23, 2019

Empowering Photo Series Shines a Light on the “Flying” Female Luchadoras of Bolivia

In his astounding series, The Flying Cholitas, photographer Todd Antony shines a light on a fascinating subculture: the Cholitas of Bolivia. Equally recognizable by their traditional dress and determined spirit, this group of women has made significant strides in recent years, landing them in lines of work that include law, medicine, and, as explored in The Flying Cholitas, even professional wrestling. In each fantastic photo, Antony captures the luchadoras in action.

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August 19, 2019

Interview: Underwater Photographer Spends Over 30 Years Documenting Marine Life in Black and White

Award-winning underwater photographer Christian Vizl has been inspired by the ocean since childhood. Born in Mexico City, his career spans more than thirty years and in that time he’s earned an international reputation for his artistic documentation of life underwater. In particular, he’s recognized for his powerful black and white underwater photographs, which harness light and shadow to reveal different aspects of marine life.

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August 14, 2019

Photographer Turns Storage Shed into Ideal Studio for Beautifully Lit Photo Shoots

Photographer Irene Rudnyk proves that you don’t need an elaborate or expensive setup to shoot dreamy portraits. The Calgary-based creative recently produced a series of ethereal images using a storage shed in her backyard. Drenched in natural light with a dewy feel, they look like they were shot at an in-studio session. Unless you knew otherwise, you’d never realize that these photographs were taken in the same place that Rudnyk stores her bike.

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