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Mimi Chakarova

Awakening consciousness Hi Mimi. Thanks for taking the time out to be interviewed by F8 Magazine. What drives you to take the photos you take? For me, photography has always been like music. They’re one and the same. When you look through the viewfinder, at someone’s face, for that split moment you feel a connection, […]

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Bikini Lines

Written by // Christian Forestell …or how to create the world’s largest painting Bikini Lines is a proposal to create the world’s largest painting, viewable in Google Earth, on an historically significant & sublimely remote Pacific Island. Using the Runit Island Cactus Dome as a canvas – the dome built to contain radioactive debris from Bikini […]

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MONGOLIAN STREET ART FESTIVAL

WRITTEN BY // Antonin Lechat Can you imagine what is the Street-Art abroad? Can you image what is the street art in Mongolia? Yes Mongolia is not just nomads, gers, steppes or Chenggis Khan, it’s also one city : Ulaanbaatar where the culture develops day after day and feels free to create whatever could come in. The […]

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Guillermo Cervera

Libya: A look to the future On April 20, 2011 Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, acclaim photojournalists who had worked in conflict zones around the world, were killed in an explosion during an attack by Moammar Gaddafi’s forces against rebels in the western Libyan city of Misurata. Two other photographers were injured.Guillermo Cervera was one […]

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EIGHT STEPS TO BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER

EIGHT STEPS TO BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER Commercial and editorial photographer Laura Tillinghast shares her wisdom and the steps it takes to become a pro shooter. Learn your trade. Your interest in photography has led you to want to shoot professionally. However, turning pro means that your love of the craft needs to be channeled into hard work […]

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FUTURE/PAST

Documentary photography project Future/Past by Evan Prince Steampunk is a SciFi genre with a Victorian twist. The clothing, culture, and machinery are all based in Victorian history but along with most SciFI there are plenty of liberties taken. The aesthetic is familiar enough but seems to belong to an historical past that didn’t quite exist. […]

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Robert Larson

Interview by Jim Mortram Jim: After you discovered your passion for photography were you instantly drawn to make images of people and the human condition and why do you believe it’s the genre you’ve gravitated to? Robert: Not instantly. I went down all the normal roads. I started out photographing my own interests which were really not so different than […]

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MESSINA

WRITTEN BY // Cristina Insinga BETWEEN CRISIS AND LONELINESS During the Christmas time, she decided to go to the most common and popular places in Messina, to realize a photographic project about “Christmas” habits in Messina in times of crisis: what would the “Messinese” bring on to their tables during family dinners, what presents would they […]

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GLAMOUR GONE

WRITTEN BY // David Manning THE DECLINE OF THE AIRLINE CAREER The once-envied lifestyle of jet setting glamour that airline crew members enjoyed has become merely a job…one of disappointment, heartbreak, and loneliness. Reductions in pay, benefits, retirements, and increases in work days away from home have created careers which will give airlines difficulty recruiting and […]

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Bingo Culture

Written by // Alison Turner Beginning in 2008, I hit the road for three years to photograph America solo; living out of a tent and bringing along my dog for the ride. While traveling in Maine, I discovered a Bingo hall and it provoked a curiosity about a subculture that I was unaware of. What I […]