Toby Burrows is famous Australian photographer. Burrows is better known as an advertisement photographer. While working on the projects Burrows tries to reveal all the features of the brand he is promoting by his images. At the same time Burrows work a lot on his personal projects.
He graduated from Sydney College of the Arts in 1991 and soon after moved to London. For several years Burrows worked and lived in Great Britain. It allowed him to work with such photographers as David Bailey and Richard Avedon. “I was lucky enough to work around some great photographers. This experience gave me a good grounding of technical knowledge”. In several years Burrows decided to come back home and continue his work in Australia.
Franck Juery is a French photographer who takes amazingly beautiful pictures. He currently lives and works in Paris. The images he creates are strange and sometimes pretty mysterious. But the most exact word describing his approach is nostalgia. Indeed it may seem to you that you find yourself in the past. Some of his works seem to be pretty obscure and even ambiguous. Nevertheless all of them are charming. Unfortunately there is no much information on him and his projects. It is well known that Franck Juery works as an independent photographer for different editions. Juery is interested in urban planning, the French littoral and oneiric issues.
Unless you live under a rock you probably noticed that each and every geeky-looking hipster owns a camera and shoots everything he can reach. Walls, roads, random people in the streets… What an amazing object for a photo shoot! All in all, if you want to be as cool as these hipster fellows, learn a couple of ninja tricks from the list below.
1.First of all, buy the most expensive camera you can possibly find. Borrow money from your parents, save on breakfasts, sell a kidney – whatever… Your goal is to own the hottest camera with huge lens. Yep, good morning Mr. Hipster-To-Be – being cool comes with some expenses involved. Anyways, if you are as poor as Kenny, you still have an option: grab a cool old school camera. You can buy it on flea market or fish it out of your grandpa’s closet. Make sure you only use black-and-white film! Black and white is cool.