Photographer Scott London has been going to Burning Man for the last eight years, taking photographs of his personal experience. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Burning Man, it is a week long festival held in northern Nevada which encourages participants to express themselves through many means, such as art, dance, and costumes.
Meet me half way by http://www.martinstranka.com/
Martin Stranka first exhibited his photography in his homeland the Czech Republic in 2007. In 2009 his work travelled to Romania and Belgium and now it can be admired in galleries across Britain and the United States, too. Stranka has been decorated with numerous awards, including the International Photo Award or Photographer Of The Year last year.
Tokihiro Sato is a contemporary and renowned photographer from Japan who has made through his artistic interpretation of light and space a name. He works with shutter speeds, which can last up to 1-3 hours. Points and rays are produced either by flashlight or by reflecting mirror, which he directs and focuses the sun’s rays onto the camera lens. This gives rise to individual light particles from carpets and sweeping light strands, which are scattered in landscapes, towns and abandoned houses. With its dancing lights Sato creates a feeling of space and depth.