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porelpiano: Benedict Redgrove: Text from Benedict Redgrove's web: Benedict Redgrove was born in Woodley near Reading, England. Studied at Berkshire College of Art and...

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Photos by Anne He
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Bonjour, je m’appelle Anne He, j’ai 16 ans et je suis photographe (je reviens je vais me pendre).

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Into The Ether With Sarah Ann Loreth:

Sarah Ann Loreth, a self-taught photographer from New Hampshire, crafts her high-concept images based on the work of her favorite writers, poets and musicians.

“Sometimes I do exercises where I’ll pick a line in a poem and try to think of a visual concept to go along with it,” she told us. “But my best concepts come to be in that half consciousness between dreaming and awake. I keep a notebook in my bed to write as I dream.”

From that notebook, Sarah plans every extraneous detail of her shoots, many of which are executed with multiple shots layered together afterwards in Photoshop.

“I tend to think of [candid photos] more as a practice in spontaneity. I’m a planner at heart and I like feeling prepared when going into a photo shoot.”

Since last October, Sarah has been participating in Flickr’s wildly popular, user-generated 365 Day photography project, which requires users to shoot and upload a different image every day. From her first submission almost a year ago, Sarah has created almost 300 wildly different and inventive images which both stay true to her roots as a photographer and visibly chart her skill level growing. For all the good it’s done, though, it’s still taken its toll on her.

“The 365 project has been absolutely hateful and stressful and so unbelievably rewarding,” she tells us. It is just the perfect project to learn and grow at an astounding rate. But some days really get the better of you. I don’t upload daily anymore due to health issues but I don’t care if it takes me three years. I’m going to finish this project. These days, I upload when I can and don’t when I can’t. It’s a low stress project.”

While she features in the bulk of her own images, Sarah also loves to shoot with her intern Dawn (“She’s a fantastic model and needs no direction.”) and favors “the girls who are willing to do absolutely anything to get the good shot…I like models who are brave and not afraid to try anything.” Her ideal subject, though, is a little more well-known.

“My dream shoot would absolutely be with Lady Gaga. I admire her openness, creativity, and chutzpah. She is the epitome of me of fearless and willingness to go the distance for her art. And really, I think it would just be such a trip.”

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An Iced Wunder

An Iced Wunder:

It’s fitting that German photographer Martin Wunderwald is currently riding on the James Blake bandwagon, as we can’t think of a better visual equivalent to the musician’s work than the immense landscapes captured on Wunderwald’s recent trip to Iceland.

“I really like to give obviously dead and lifeless things an importance by photographing them,” Wunderwald told us, citing anthropomorphism as one of the great driving forces in his work. This is communicated perfectly in his images of calm, icy rivers, whose chilly tops are indistinguishable from and hiding in the dim sky above them—it’s as though the rivers, mountains and icebergs he photographs are taking a break, holding still for his camera.

“The beauty of swimming around icebergs at Jökulsarlon moved me to tears,” he says of his trip. “I was overwhelmed by my little human self being amongst this expanse of nature around me. The most intense moment was to open the door of the car I slept in and see a huge glacier sticking out its tongue. ”