Momentine

Don’t you ever say it’s inescapable
It burdens me
Back to the source of this universe
I take there is something to say
It’s always the same
Let’s hope there is something to gain
Escape from the everything place
The moments in time
Moments
Something to say
Don’t you ever say it’s inescapable

Paint

Photographer Maria Kotyleskaja shoots paint on Maria’s skin.

Lauren Tugwell, fashion photography, analog fashion, London fashion, cinematic fashion, модная фотография, аналоговая мода, лондонская мода,ファッション写真, アナログファッション, ロンドンファッション, 映画ファッション, 패션 사진, 아날로그 패션, 런던 패션, 영화 같은 패션, fotografía de moda, moda analógica, moda londinense, moda cinematográfica, 时尚摄影,模拟时尚,伦敦时尚,电影时尚

Lauren Tugwell’s tangible photographs

Lauren Tugwell’s images focus on various subjects and her distinct vision. Her original style is tangible; her images are strong, beautiful and cinematic.

YongQing Li shoots fashion to embrace adventure

YongQing Li is a China-born photographer, currently living and working in Milano. She is currently focusing on fashion photography trying to blend cultures and inspire people to a more positive mindset.

glitter photography, atmospheric photography, cinematic photography, queer photography, Spanish photographer, блестящая фотография, атмосферная фотография, кинематографическая фотография, квир-фотография, испанский фотограф, 반짝이 사진, 대기 사진, 영화 사진, 퀴어 사진, 스페인 사진 작가, Fotografía con purpurina, Fotografía atmosférica, Fotografía cinematográfica, Fotografía queer, Fotógrafo español, キラキラ写真, 大気写真, 映画写真, クィア写真, スペインの写真家,

Raquel Xallas explores perceptions of beauty

Raquel Xallas is a photographer, video artist and self-proclaimed Drama Queen who is shooting to explore perceptions of beauty. Fascinated by all that glitters, she uses shiny things to bring this magic into her work.

Rodrigo Oliveira, queer photography, queer photographer, BIPOC community, BIPOC visibility, BIPOC artist, Rio de Janeiro, empowering photographs, queer, bpdies, minority representation, black bodies, queer culture, gender bending,

Rodrigo Oliveira photographs the queer BIPOC community of Rio

Rodrigo Oliveira is a portrait photographer based in Rio de Janeiro. His photographs empower a minority within minority group often marginalised, aiming to deconstruct the misrepresentation of queer bodies in the media through the expression of queer culture, gender-bending identities and social resistance.