Monday 28 July 2014

Gentle Giants: Story About Japan Sumo Wrestlers’ Life and tough time.

Photographer Paolo Patrizi tells the story about Japan sumo wrestlers’ life and the tough time they are facing.

"Gentle Giants"--photography by Paolo Patrizi


 “You have to see the stables more like a monastery than a gym,”
said photographer Paolo Patrizi.

Tuesday 22 July 2014

We Shall Never Forget The Time We Were Together

Photographic stories about the bonds in lives.

One day, we are all going to face a temperately separation, a farewell or the end of the life journey; still, those faces, places, and memories remain in the form of photography reminding us of the familiar people and days we've once been with, and we've once had.

There are so many ways to help us to memorize. Some would make a portrait while others would prefer to use the daily objects or specific events to recollect.

Friday 18 July 2014

Empty, Dense and Merge--by Gus Petro


When 27 year old Swiss photographer/artist Gus Petro visited the U.S. to find something new and inspiring. He found out something that struck him, the bold contrast between emptiness and density.
He was inspired by the vast emptiness of the Grand

Friday 11 July 2014

Inspiration and Stories Behind David Uzochukwu’s Lens

“A great photograph tells a story. It makes the viewer stare at the picture and get caught up in it.”

Today, we would like to introduce a young and talented photographer to you. David Uzochukwu, a 15 year old photographer from Luxembourg shares with us his stories and inspiration behind the lens.

Wednesday 9 July 2014

Rinse Focus : Ghosts and Fays— Interview with Peter Allert

A story, a fairy tall, a vision that celebrates the theme of a wonderful dream.

"Ghosts and Fays”—photographed by Peter Allert

As a professional photographer, Peter Alert co-founded Munich-based Allert&Hoess Photography in 1989, He specializes in still life , technical and scientific photography.

Wednesday 2 July 2014

【Soul of Street photography】 Introduction about Kurt Gledhill

"Every person, every expression, tells a different story "
— that’s street photography!

In the early period of Kurt Gledhill’s photography life, he only shot landscape. One day, he realized that the story he wants to tell most is the city Okayama(click to see where is it), where he lives for 5 years. Instead of only capturing the surface, he wanted to go below the surface.