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August 22, 2007 CameraArts Preview Portfolios

We are happy to announce our latest trio of photographers chosen for our online feature, The CameraArts Preview Portfolios. Many of the photographers featured in this section will be published in future issues of CameraArts Magazine. We take readers' comments into account when making our decisions, so this is a unique chance to have a hand in the content of our publication! Don't forget, your comments might make it into the print edition, along with some of these great photographers.

Julie Brook Alexander has provided images that are like nothing else: black-and-white images of running water and ebbing shores, taken with a Mamiya 645AFD11, are made into photo collages, hand-assembled and hand-colored.
"Dominoes," by Margherita Crocco, give a unique perspective of India through its modern architecture. The still lifes of Mikhail Kudish, shot with a Mamiya C330F with 80mm/f2.8 lens on Ilford XP2 film, have won first and second prize at the 2006 Lucie Awards in the Still Life Category.

Please leave a comment below the fold if you have a favorite (or two, or if you love them all). Make your mark and be heard!

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4 Comments:

At 10:10 AM, Anonymous Jo Anne said...

I love Julie Brook-Alexander's work. It is beautifully subtle and at the same time vibrantly alive. I particularly like the 'Anticipation' series. I can feel myself bubbling with the excitement of it. I hope we see more!

 
At 10:49 AM, Blogger falru said...

I loved all of Julie Alexander's work shown. Would love to see more.
Jim Falick

 
At 11:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Julie Brook Alexander's collages are wonderful. I also liked the "Anticipation" series, and I would love to see more. The scenes that she has composed are both beautiful and intriguing.

Barry from Denver

 
At 8:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How does she do it? The photos are so peaceful while being fascinating. I love the muted colors. -- nancy

 

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