Renowned UK photographer Tim Flach will be exhibiting a series of his animal portraits at Gayfield Square between 13-30th July. Crossing the divide between a commercial photographer and fine artist his work often examines the anthropomorphism of creatures often in an abstract way.
Luigi Giannetti was born in Cassino, on February 9th, 1963. His prominently anthropological photography analyzes reality through light in its several declinations, underlining the implications between image and document. It casts a strong light upon an apparently casual composition, which is in fact formal and well-construed. He has been praised for his publications Pastorizia and Religiosity; some of the images for this exhibition have been taken from the latter.
The photographer and author of this exhibition was born in the small town of Naleczow Poland in 1983. This southeast spa retreat is popular for those suffering from heart complaints, diabetes and many others ailments. Almost 10 years ago Bartek left Poland and came to Edinburgh to study photography. In 2013 he was inspired to create a project based around his home town's inhabitants.
Award-winning commercial photographer and creative retoucher Lee Howell is based in Edinburgh, UK.
Using a combination of photographic capture and postproduction techniques, Lee's work is distinctive and unique, producing strong, vivid imagery to achieve his trademark style.
Doug Corrance is an Edinburgh based photographer who has been photographing Scotland for over 5 Decades. This work is a retrospective of this work covering the people and the landscapes that shape the country
Hamish Brown is an award-winning photographer whose talent and style have secured him shoots worldwide for many of the top names in sport, celebrity and music. He is sought after at the highest level by magazines, advertising agencies and record companies.
This exhibition celebrates the impressive work produced by past students from Edinburgh College and its legacy institutions Stevenson and Telford Colleges now working in Photojournalism. It highlights the exceptional talent of these photographers, nurtured here in Edinburgh, and whose images grace the pages of publications throughout the world.
Retina management board member. Paul has many years experience undertaking commissions for clients from all over the UK. He works for clients in the energy and aviation industry as well as the food and drink sectors. While his work takes him all over the world, he is also busy shooting personal work and running his studio in Leith. Paul was born in Aberdeen and attended the Edinburgh Rudolf Steiner School.
Born and raised in Norway, Kenneth started out as a volunteer at a local TV station at the age of 10, and his interest in video and photography has only grown since then. He's mostly known for his photo series Flour – Walk with me and the massive 1000Bodies Project as well as for his photoshop creations.
David Wilson lives on the Isle of Lewis, some 20 miles across the sea from mainland Scotland and his photographs capture some of the power, majesty, tranquillity, colour and textures of these wonderful wild islands.
Chris is a freelance photographer with over 20 years experience in the commercial sector. In the past 6 years Chris has produced a unique 'live' exhibition of author portraits at the Edinburgh International Book Festival and is currently working on a book of these portraits.
This project explores the inherent opposition between 3-dimentional architectural spaces and the 2-dimensional graphic compositions captured with photography, creating a perceptual tension between 2D imagery and 3D reality.
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