At photographer Scott Irvine's website there isn't any information - just a lonely e-mail address and four photo galleries ("gallery", "portraits", "mutter" and "natural history") full of photos that look like they were taken with plastic toy cameras. Anyway, little else is necessary - everything is there, in the images themselves that deserve a detailed visit.
Website of German photographer Jochen Hartmann. Four photo galleries with simple names ("city", "wood", "digital", "misc") with almost all of their simple images made with a simple Woca (an Holga 120S clone). In this case, however, simplicity is a blessing - Hartmann's images show how versatile a plastic camera can be.
Out of Africa is a photographic portfolio by Hywell Waters, published in Digital Journalist. This portfolio shows the differences between the two types of farming in Zimbabwe, through pictures taken at two different farms, one of commercial farming and other of communal/subsistence farming.
English photojournalist Andrew Buurman presents in his website his photographic works, from some complete series of photos (including the excelente "Serpentine Swimming Club", awarded by World Press Photo 2003) to his work in portraits and reportage.
(seen at Coincidences)
clandestina.trips's 24th issue shows 5 portfolios of 5 other cities to explore. One of them is a portfolio of 5 pictures taken at Copenhagen by Paulo Serra, whose weblog, theater des todes, is well worth the visit.
Apart from Copenhagen, this issue of clandestina.trips also features the cities of Seoul (by Giovanni Antico, Italian), Stockholm (by Margarita Solé, Argentinean), Gonaives (by Ramin Talaie, American) and Bangor (by Caroline Moore, American).
The official website of American photographer Elliott Erwitt. Born in 1928 and member of the Magnum Agency since 1953, it is Erwitt himself who states "I am a professional photographer by trade and an amateur photographer by vocation". A website with several portfolios to explore in detail, from one of the biggest live names in photography.
The photographic world of Angela M. Ferreira is a different world, in which the people appear as if in a dream, with illuminated smiles and eyes filled with candour. There is a sensibility in Angela's work that reveals itself in each image, taking us way beyond the photo itself - into a world of white clouds and soap bubbles.
clandestina.trips - Issue 22 of clandestina.trips is now online. clandestina.trips is an online photo magazine that shows the vision of several photographers on the cities of this planet, five cities on each issue. Issue 22 brings us Ubatuba (Brazil) by Brazilian Flavia de Almeida Prado, Chiang Mai (Thailand) by Argentinian Pablo Damonte, Beijing (China) by Portuguese Filipe Bianchi, Pointe Noire (Republic of Congo) by Finnish Elina Moriya and La Paloma (Uruguay) by Argentinian Francisco Lemos.