Every image in this series can be seen as a «fallen leaf». We can decide what kind of «leaf» they are: beautiful, or lost, or dying.
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One may think, how can it be that distant tragedy can come through your brain and feelings as a fact of your personal history. But I know well – it
The series focuses on the roles of young females as the enter society through the paradigms and preconceptions of sport.
I took these photos during a trip to my hometown Murmansk in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Camera Ricoh GRD IV, tripod and spoon of good music.
The urban fabric takes the vision of the post-industrial landscape, time stands still, and the apparent mystery and the sense of abandonment takes over the pulsating rhythm just in places
Here in the pictures is one of the small, almost abandoned villages on the shore of the Barents sea. Once an important trade port of the region, now left behind
In Yakutian “Sitim” is the immaterial connection between a person and anything else. It is the mystical force of attraction that like an invisible thread unites man and the universe.
The sad statistics shows that in Russia over the last two decades almost 25 thousands rural settlements disappeared with the map of Russia.
FotoDepartament presents young photographers’ group exhibition «We-ll-timed» as part of IX Moscow International Biennial “FASHION AND STYLE IN PHOTOGRAPHY 2015. Participants: Natalya Baluta (Moscow) / Filipp Beloborodof (Petersburg) / Alexey
The photos show moments of daily life inside Norilsk, important mining and metallurgic center in Russia, the world’s northernmost city with more than 100,000 inhabitants.
I wanted to know how do people live on an island and what is the monastery life. Taking into account that I am pretty far from a religious person, this
I left the USSR in 91’. Just 14 years old. My mother protected me from my father’s world. When I’m in Russia this world is finding me…
I tried to convey the complexity of adolescent identity and high intense feeling that adults will never be able to feel again. Both emotionally and physically these people feel like
Once, in the times of the Soviet Union, almost every town had a Lenin Street. Usually this name was bestowed on the historically most significant and geographically most central street