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Interview with featured photographer Lauren Grabelle

Lauren Grabelle is a renowned photographer celebrated for her exceptional capture of nature’s beauty. With a profound love for the environment, Grabelle embarked on a photographic journey to showcase the intricate details of the natural world. Her portfolio boasts a stunning array of images, from captivating landscapes to intimate moments in the wild, or people
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Interview with Featured Photographer Michael Young

Michael Young has been named a Top 50 artist in Photolucida’s Critical Mass (2023, 2021), a Top 10 winner of LensCulture Critics’ Choice, and a winner of Feature Shoot’s Emerging Photography Award. F-Stop Magazine featured his portfolio ‘Hidden Glances’ in 2021, and his work in ‘Maybe Tomorrow’ is being featured in this year’s Issue 122-Portfolio
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Interview with Featured Photographer Oxana Prikhodko

Oxana Prikhodko’s exploration of age and her sense of self are at the core of her portfolio, “Soon Forty”. In F-Stop Magazine’s Issue 122 – Portfolio 2023, Oxana shares that exciting connection between the visual arts and the changing and fleeting nature of life. I say ‘exciting’ because it’s another way of saying something is
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Interview with Featured Photographer Alexa Cushing

  Alexa Cushing’s portfolio, “Devil’s Swamp”, featured in Issue 122-Portfolio 2023 is an exploration of the ‘Bridgewater Triangle’ area of Massachusetts. The area is steeped in folklore and mythology, yet I was drawn to this work before I knew the backstory. The project has a strong vibe of visual storytelling that prompted me to connect
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Interview with featured photographer Semaj Campbell

F-Stop Magazine: The current issue of F-Stop Magazine includes images from your work “Five Sixty Four,” can you tell us about this project? Frazier, specifically ‘The Notion of Family’ project. The way Frazier used the camera as a tool to navigate intimate spaces and moments within her home, while also addressing broader social issues in
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Interview with featured photographer Oleksandr Serhiienko

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Oleksandr Serhiienko: I became interested in photography in my school years (late 90s), when my father gifted me a film camera. For several years, I independently studied photographic techniques by myself and developed
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Interview with featured photographer Andrea Alkalay

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Andrea Alkalay: I engaged with photography through my profession as an industrial designer, where product photography was needed . Later, when I decided to dedicate myself entirely to art, photography became my primary
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Interview with Featured Photographer Rui Costa

  Rui Costa’s work in “Uma Azeitona Bordada em Azul” (An Olive Embroidered on Blue) is an honest, sensitive and fragile exploration of family dynamics and personal loss. His work immediately reminded me of the work of another Portuguese photographer featured in F-Stop Magazine, Maria Oliveira. Costa’s poetic and symbolic exploration of intangible emotions are
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Interview with featured photographer Vasilis Ntaopoulos

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Vasilis Ntaopoulos: I got into photography in 2013, initially out of curiosity to learn how to use a small digicam I had around the house. Then, I found that the process of photography
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Interview with photographer Sahat Zia Hero – Rohingyatographer Magazine

Today, over a million Rohingya refugees are housed in overcrowded camps dispersed throughout southeast Bangladesh. The Rohingya people in Myanmar suffered decades of marginalization, exclusion, and violence under military rule. After riots and a mass exodus of hundreds of thousands to Bangladesh or Southeast Asia in 2012, violence and discrimination reached a new peak in
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