Tag : Brazilian Photographer

The Port Of Santos, Brazil: Photo Series By Renato Stockler

The Port Of Santos, Brazil: Photo Series By Renato Stockler

Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in territorial extension, with 8,514,876 km2. The country has a 7,367 km coastline, bathed in the east by the Atlantic Ocean. The contour of the Brazilian coast increases to 9,200 km if the projections and indentations of the coast are considered.…

Meet The Forest Growers Of Mata Atlântica By Renato Stockler

Meet The Forest Growers Of Mata Atlântica By Renato Stockler

The Atlantic Forest, known locally as Mata Atlântica, is Brazil’s richest and most threatened forest land. At the Mantiqueira Mountains (Serra da Mantiqueira), not far from the country’s largest urban centres, some are leading by example and getting their hands dirty to restore the past and sow the seeds of…

COVID-19 Pandemic In Florianópolis, Southern Brazil By Pedro Henrique Dutra

COVID-19 Pandemic In Florianópolis, Southern Brazil By Pedro Dutra

Photographer Pedro Dutra captured this below street photography series of COVID-19 Pandemic situation in Florianópolis, Southern Brazil. About Pedro Henrique Dutra Pedro Dutra was born in Florianópolis / SC in 1993, where he lives until the present time. He is graduating from the Social Sciences at the Federal University of…

An Amazonian Story: Xingu - Indigenous Territory By Renato Stockler

An Amazonian Story: Xingu – Indigenous Territory By Renato Stockler

Introduction In late November 2018, a friend journalist Clarissa Beretz invited me to a non-commissioned project. She had obtained air tickets to travel and accompany the meeting of the indigenous peoples of Mato Grosso. The meeting took place during the last week of November 2018 at the Xingu Indigenous Park,…

My Personal Best: Brazilian Fine Art Photographer Nádia Maria

Nádia Maria (1984, Bauru-SP, Brazil) started to photograph as a child at the age of 7, by taking photographs of her dolls. Over the years she explored photography. Her relationship with the camera and the images she captures were born in her childhood, but she became even more involved in…

Encolhi As Pessoas: I Shrunk The People – Miniature Photo Series By Renan Viana

Brazilian Photographer Renan Viana creates these stunning miniature photographs under the project Encolhi As Pessoas (I Shrunk The People). For Renan, the idea of ​​the project came in early 2014, during a visit to an antiquarian in the city of Belem in Brazil. He found a box with miniatures and…

Nádia Maria Shoots Fine-Art And Sees Photography As A Therapy

Nadia Maria is from Brazil who creates stunning fine-art photography showing a beautiful glimpse into her vision of art. In this brief interview, she tells some exciting things on her love for photography. Like most of the great photographers, she too got her first camera from a close person in…

Time Devours Happiness – Photo Series By Angela Sairaf

And because every moment is gone, happiness is a place to where we cannot return. Ode to nostalgia… Scars … Fragile glory… Time devours happiness. About Angela Sairaf Angela Sairaf is a Brazilian photographer born in Porto Alegre. She is PhD in Techniques and Processes in Imaging (Complutense University of…

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