Born in 1984 in Warsaw, Poland, where she resides.
With the so-called "Street photography" tied up recently. She is also passionate about documentary and portraiture photography, but she still looks for new inspirations. She likes to experiment and to explore new fields of photography. When it comes to Street photography she recently focuses on details. Works with the Fujifilm X100S camera.
On a day-to-day basis she runs a "not so exciting" life behind the desk in a public administration domain, and after work hours she turns into a superhero wannabe for her teenage daughter. Member of un-posed collective.
Her work was presented at exhibitions both in Poland and abroad, in Greece (Blank Wall Galery-Travelers Exhibition) and Germany (Gudberg Nerger Galery - Word Street Photography Exhibition)
Publications in books and magazines:
* Street Photography Magazine,
* Warsaw Insider,
* World Street Photography Book,
* Street Photography In The World (online),
* Eye - photo magazine (online)
* Street Photography in the world Book vol. 1
*IPA–The International Photography Awards 2015 (Honorable Mention)
* MIFA - Moscow International Foto Awards 2016 (Honorable Mention)
* DEBUTS 2016– Book and Exhibition
* Leica Street Photo Poland 2016
* HumanDOC Film Festival - a distinction in the photo competition held within the Festival (theme Świat Różnorodnych Szerokości)
Magdalena Orylska lives in Wroclaw, Poland.
She is a focused street, family and child photographer who loves to tell a story. Capturing fascinating people engaging in exciting activities makes her truly happy. She is able to seize meaningful moments, raw emotions and bittersweet realism of everyday life, stealing shots of strangers during their private and intimate moments. A mother of two, who remembers that some memories are never given forever.
Magdalena is a natural light photographer with her distingtive style.
* Leica Gallery Street Photography Award 2017 - Exhibition
* Miami Street Photography Festival 2017 - Exhibition at Art Basel, Miami history museum, Milan - Italy Street Festival 2018
* National Geographic - "Face of Poland" 2017
* Digital Camera Magazine - hot shots
* National Geographic Poland - Face of Poland winning photo
Born in 1976 in Poznan, Poland. Father of two young girls, traveler, triathlete and Japan-culture passionate working in oncology department. Very musical beast with the tendencies to sing out loud in public. Notorious joker.
When not somewhere in the distant destinations together with his family, most of the time he may be seen rambling around the streets in his home town or on the way to or from the work place. The crowdier the better.
His adventure started with an old, sturdy Russian analog camera passed to him by his father in a primary school. After a long break the passion re-emerged in a college as a classical wet dark-room and then fully bloomed yet in digital era.
Nowadays he usually switches between street photography and landscapes but is more and more attracted to the former, leaving a "nice postcard views" behind. When on the street he is looking mainly for a light, composition, geometry and colors, trying to weave some pure human emotions in between. His shooting style depends on the mood and stretches from a confident fast walking up the human stream with the flash, almost colliding with people and shooting close to just patiently looking for colors or patterns requiring more previsualisation and very often waiting lots of time for all the puzzles to combine together. He also quite often happens to shoot purely by the instinct as a response to the sudden occurence. Candid moments it is.
As a photographer, he is continously hungry for a new techniques and ways of expressing his perception of the world around. Greatly appreciates all the visual nuances. He not only thinks in color, he is color.
*National Geographic Traveler magazine
* Podróże magazine
* Fujilove magazine
* Fuji X Passion magazine
* III Białystok Interphoto Street Art Photo exhibition
* Fotspot "Egzotyka" exhibition
Born in 1987 in Łódź, now based in Poznań, Poland.
Freelance photographer doing mainly street photography. Minimalist and friend of everyone interested in photography when it comes to its ethical and sociological aspects. Contemplates human behaviour on the streets. Prefers to capture interesting faces, from a really close distance. Tries to be a part of a scene more than just a regular observer. Started from black and white photography because of the pure form and mechalncholic mood they give, now also make some color photography as they seem to be more realistic to him. He is always moving with a camera in a search for interesting scenes of street life. A member of Streetical Collective.