For documentary photographer Sarah Stacke photography is the way "I process life events – my own and those around me – and questions of humanity".
S. Gayle Stevens
S. Gayle Stevens says about her passion photography: "It is my voice, at this point. But I am an artist not a photographer per se."
Spanish artist Gerard Boyer is fond of traditional analog processes in photography: "I love the promise of a magic image to appear in the darkroom."
Gary D. Chapman
For Gary D. Chapman photography is not snapping things here and there, but a tool to create a whole story in just one frame.
French artist Marie Carladous has a passion for film photography and portraiture. Later she turns her prints into hand-coloured photographs.
In his work photographer Jason Koxvold is dealing with the topology of globalisation under the working title "Everything, and nothing".
Andrea Torres Balaguer
With her surreal images Spanish artist Andrea Torres Balaguer is searching to experiment with the boundaries between reality and fiction.
Polish artist Inez Baturo has specialized in fine art landscape photography. She says: "Landscape gives a chance to show emotions above details."
Jeanne Wells is fond of alternative photographic processes: "I want to show the world as I know it: broken or whole, rebuilding, appearing, disappearing."
David Pace's goal is to create a visual record of life in the village over an extended period of time.
Quiet and reserved by nature, the camera in hand feels like having an all-access pass to the backstage of the world to photojpournalist Karen Dias.
Serbian artist Bogdan Radenkovic talks about his intuitive way of taking images and trying to discover a link between them.
Latvian photographer Natasha Gudermane set out to explore her new home Paris taking a series of intimate portraits of Parisian women.
For Croatian artist Damir Matijevic photography means to make emtions visible. The content of photography determines the shape of formats.