CAROLA KAYEN MOUTHAAN http://dutchbeautyfotografie.nl/
My name is Carola Kayen-Mouthaan I live with pleasure in Heijningen (Brabant) The NetherlandsI also have the luxury of a studio of my own.
I discovered my passion for photography in 2008, something I do for 10 years now with al lot of love and passion.
For me a photo has to radiate feeling and that is what I try to capture in my photos.Since the beginning of 2016 I have discovered a new passion, Fine Art Photography because it has a lot of emotion, pure and old-fashioned feeling.
I like taking pictures that are differ from your standard photos, like a nude model with a real pig or a nude cats. I had also a real pony in my studio ones that wash a real challenge. He did not want to stand still ,with a lot of Patience it became a perfect picture. I love to work with real animals they are always a challenge,
I think that beauty is not something that people look like but that comes from within.
I have a number of publications in various magazines such as Imirage magazine, CameraCraft modellerland, ND magazine, Zoom,Chip photo magazine, FEMME Rebelle ,fineart photo magazine.
JACK SAVAGE http://www.jacksavage.co.uk/
Jack Savage is a fine art photographer and digital artist and an adobe certified expert in Adobe Photoshop CC and trainer. Finalist of the prestigious Siena Photo Awards 2017. Winner of honourable mentions at IPA 2016, TIFA 2016, and winner of 6 nominee awards at TheFineArtPhotographyAwards 2017. Jack has also been published and featured in numerous photographic publications such as Photographize magazine, Visions Libres, Shot, MUP, Adore Noir, Black and Inspire magazines. He Is based in Northampton, England and teaches from a spacious photography studio located in the heart of the town centre. Jack’s work is heavily inspired by the medium of cinema and the world. His Self Portrait series ” Cinematic Portraiture” attemps to capture himself in “Hitchcockian” lighy, harking back to the work of the old masters themselves. As one of only 100 official Photoshop experts the UK – photo manipulation features heavily within the Canon of his work. Cinematic genres of film noir, abstract horror, british social realism are revisited and revoked in his own brand of phonographic psychadelic mayhem. Jack’s most recent series explores the subject of mental health problems such as Schizophrenia and Alcoholism which are undoubtedly underlying problems in capitalist societies.
PATRIZIA BURRA www.patriziaburra.com
Master Qualified European Photographer, Patrizia Burra’s images have been featured in contemporary publications and magazines including Vogue, Italy, Klassik Magazine, Rangefinder Magazine, Fotopro Magazine, Rimelight Magazine, Der Photograph Magazine, Arte Fotografica, Cult Magazine, Camera Obscura Magazine as well as books like International Photo Project FMF, 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide, Do I Dare Disturb The Universe?, Portraits & People Around The World and many more. Patrizia Burra has received over 50 international awards and honors from institutions and art organizations including Moscow International Photography Awards 2017, FEP European Professional Photographer Of The Year, Black & White Spider Awards, Px3 Prix De La Photographie Paris, Hasselblad Masters, International Color Awards, Tokyo International Foto Awards, Tifa International Foto Awards, Moscow International Photo Awards, Better Photograph Of The Year: Silver Awards, The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, International Aperture Awards, WPGA Portrait Award Juried By Steve McCurry, MQEP – Master Qualified European Photographer, The Photographic Society Of America (PSA) and many more.Patrizia Burra also a painter and professional photographer, specializes in digital art. A master in Portraits, Patrizia is one the most prominent photographers in the contemporary Italian art scene.Patrizia’s unusual female imagination is capable to invent the most incredible ideas and suggestions, along with stories inside other stories that she transforms into beautiful images. Each image is immediately readable but hides, most of the times, a big and complex set of ideas or even statements.
The conceptual level of her work is difficult to match that, in fact, it´s one of those cases on witch we can say to ourselves: “why didn’t I remember to do this?”.Much of her inspiration for wanting to combine painting and photography comes from studying Pictorialist photographs from the late 19th/early 20th century.She realized that photography allowed a different kind of control. With a painting, the primary effort went into rendering the final composition. In her projects she tried to change her technique of the arts of photography , thereby affecting artistic invention itself and perhaps even bringing about an change in our very notion of art. She searched another way an afterthought where the mix of painting and photography vision serves her as ‘study’, and certainly imply that the painting and photography as having common goals.