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Gypsy Women by Gilles Saulnier on EYE'EM Photo insight #1 Hi everyone, in case you are already following us since our New York exhibition you have probably come across this photo by Gilles Saulnier from Paris. We received so many requests from you asking about its background story that we had to follow up on it. Gilles was so kind to guide us behind the scenes of an amazing mobile portrait. Enjoy!
Tonnerre by Katya Violi on EYE'EM Hi katya! who are you? and what are you doing? Hello! I am 26, I live in Paris. I have been working for an Advertisement agency for 5 years. In the meantime, I have always been passionate about photography and visual art, and I've been praticing on my own. I also have been an iphone photorapher for one year and a half
The Park by Bart Weener on EYE'EM Hi everyone Hope you are enjoying your Sunday as much as we did while checking out the results for our “living spaces” competition. The photos in this post are the ones with the most likes and views by other EYE'EM users during the week of the competition (not all-time faves/views). By the way, we are currently working on an exciting new way of running competitions on EYE'EM which will lead to more fun, transparency and excitement for all of us! Stay tuned! For now: Congrats to all winners. Your photos will be part of an exciting group exhibition hosted by Freie Universität Berlin next week.
Hi Bart, who are you? And what are you doing? I am living in Amsterdam for more than 12 years now and from the day I arived I felt at home! I am working as a productionplanner. I am married with Chantal and father of two sons, Marius - 5 years and David- 3 years old. Their questions and discoveries remind me of my own childhood and the intensity and freshness of viewing. Having no outlined frame of reality and constantly trying to frame it and make sense of all impressions.
Father And Son by Gerard Godin on EYE'EM Hello everyone! Hope you guys are enjoying your Sunday! Some of you might already be familiar with this new category on our blog: In "The week on EYE'EM!" we will be featuring a collection of outstanding photography created with mobile phone cameras submitted throughout the past week. Welcome to all the new EYE'EM folks, that signed up! Take a look! This is great stuff! And there will be more next weekend! Best regards from Berlin, Your EYE'EM Team
Hi everyone, great news: we have been invited by Freie Universität Berlin to be part of an exciting group exhibition next month. The theme will be analog and digital living spaces and how they influence one another. The show is hosted by the Institute of the Arts and Media Management and starts on December 7th and runs until February 2011 at the E-Plus capital offices, Unter den Linden 10 in Berlin Mitte. Among others you will see photographs by Robert Eikelpoth, installations by Constantin Hartenstein, as well as extracts of a very interesting architecture project of the University of the Arts Berlin called "Extracts of local distance". We thought this would be a great opportunity for you guys to get exhibited. What are you waiting for? Join the fun!
Title by Xavier Reyé on EYE'EM Hello everyone! To celebrate a record number of images in the past week, we are introducing a new category on our blog. In "The week on EYE'EM!" we will be featuring a collection of outstanding photography created with mobile phone cameras. Take a look! This is great stuff! And there will be more next weekend! Best regards from Berlin, Your EYE'EM Team