Often, Matt Hall’s subjects are obscured by cloudy glass or a sheet of snow in the foreground, giving the photographs an air of mystery.
Photographer Dan Bradner shoots the eclectic, monumental art installations in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert during Burning Man Festival.
Gustav Gräll, a freelance photographer based in Stockholm, puts Sweden’s different seasons, buildings, and people into focus.
Canadian-born photographer Leah Frances turns her lens to the humble American diner in her photo essay.
Vlad Dumitrescu’s portraits turn away from Bucharest and the much mythologized Transylvania to forefront the people of Romania.
A sense of nostalgia and timelessness pervades throughout photographer Marley Hutchinson’s photo essay “A Photographic Ode to Vancouver”.
In self-taught photographer Arnaud Montagard’s work, what isn’t in the frame is felt as acutely as what is. The loneliness and nostalgia of the mostly unpeopled images, quiet moments in rural America in medium-format film, are palpable, like a moment captured after it’s over.
In her work, Barcelona-based travel photographer Raquel Guiu plays with sunlight to embrace what makes a place and its people unique. For her Ilha de Mozambique series, she travelled to the coral reef island four kilometres off the coast of Mozambique’s mainland and explored all its corners through her lens.
Beautifully capturing the unique disposition of swimming pools from far and wide, photographer Brad Walls draws attention to symmetry and curvature, playing with both light and colour to bring the photographs to life. A creative ode to summer’s landscape.