Since he was 16, Swiss expat Philipp Vergés has wished for a camera built into his head to capture life's priceless and fleeting daily moments. However, since nanotechnology lagged desperately behind his hopes, he started to take photos about 3 years later. You never know what you will see on Phil's photoblog – from the mundane, to the exceptional, and everything in between. View Philipp's profile.
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His photos are often exciting, usually dramatic, and always provoke discussion. His abilities extend beyond the camera and into the digital darkroom where he's been featured in several magazines and on the front page of Photoshop User. All this from a young, self-taught photographer. View Mark's profile.
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Australian photographer Harley Rustin beautifully captures the love for the outdoors that his country is famous for. From alluring, colour-rich macros of plants & insects too action shots from the weekends sporting event. Harley's photos are always a joy to view… View Harley's profile.
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Through a series of journalistic photographs, Mark's recent "Katrina Hangover” project illustrates the plight and triumphs of a forgotten community. As father whose children live in New Orleans and were directly affected by Hurricane Katrina, Mark is a daily witness to its continued aftermath long after society has moved forward… View Mark's profile.
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Matthias is pushing his photography extremely hard at the moment, and the results are very evident in the work he's producing. Awesome skies coupled with amazing landscapes are his forte. View Matthias' profile.
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