We have a lot of very good Friends With Vision, and Dean Zulich is definitely one of our best. Not only did he graduate with honors from theArt Institute of Seattle Photography Program in March 2007, he also won fifteen different photography scholarships and contests along the way. Dean’s focus is on conceptual fashion, advertising and celebrity photography. And ever since he received the Best Portfolio of the Showaward at his graduation, his career has thrived: In December 2007, he was the runner up on Vh1′s reality show The Shot, America’s search for the next great fashion photographer.

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Lara Jade is one of these rare, inexplicable phenomena in the world of photography. After looking at her images you might be surprised to learn that the very talented british photographer has been shooting for only five years now. However, you’ll probably be even more surprised, that she started the age of around 14. Yes, Lara Jade is 19 years young – yet she creates artworks that show a level of talent and variety that few photographers can ever hope to achieve.

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Without light, there is no color. And when we look at the work of Brooklyn, New York based photographer Doron Gild, we can’t help but think that no one is more aware of that fact than him. “I’m influenced by German expressionism, Alfred Hitchcock, and Film Noir”, Doron tells us, but it is also tempting to compare many of his images to those of the likes of Jeff Wall or Gregory Crewdson, as they feature a quite similar type of cinematic lighting.

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This Friend of Vision does not really need any introduction. In the world of professional photography Bruno Bisang’s name is as renowned as the names of his models and clients are to the rest of the world. The Swiss-born photographer has been working independently for more than 30 years now; with models like Monica Bellucci, Claudia Schiffer, Carla Bruni Sarkozy, Naomi Campbell, Tyra Banks, Ornella Muti,…The list goes on and on – just like the list of his big name clients, which includes Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Max, GQ, Chanel, Triumpf, Palmers and many more. Bruno works in various genres: fashion, glamour, advertising and certainly not least, fine art.

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Human interaction is the central theme of these moments that Toulouse-born photographer Jean-Stéphane Cantero likes to capture with his Hasselblad. Long before he was awarded the “Grand Prix Graffic SFR” and all the international success that followed – various publications and exhibitions, including Paris Photo – the photographer who is now in his mid-thirties was out and about with his Canon EOS 650 (with which he is still, as he says, in an almost symbiotic relationship) to capture people and life’s situations. Over the years he has refined his signature; particularly the dramaturgy in his works, achieved through the multi disciplinary use of black and white as well as color, have become his hallmark.

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If you wanted a shot taken of a guy on skis, jumping over a basketball stand from behind, dunking the ball in midair, who would you call to get the job done? Connor Walberg, that’s who. Now, judging not only from this introduction but also from some of his best known shots, which have been published in various sports publications, it might be easy and tempting to jump to the conclusion that Connor’s work is all about the action. And yes, it’s true, many of his images leave you wondering how he could possibly capture some of these fast-paced moments so perfectly and with apparent ease. But that does certainly not mean that Connor does not also master the other aspects of his photography with extreme finesse and care. Many of his intriguing “life” images, as he calls them, and his skilfully crafted, very peaceful architecture shots provide plenty of proof for that.

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