Photography

Catch Up: Arden Wray

Fashion photography is often confused for something unreachable, ultra-editorial, and not at all personal. But Arden Wray refuses to fall into that trap. The OTMzine contributor is launching Boots & Pine today – a photo blog that captures the inventive and personal side of Toronto fashion. But don’t expect it to be just another street style fashion blog. We caught up with with Wray for a quick Q&A where she explained her personal sense of whimsy and why Toronto really …

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Dmitri Karakostas

Dimitri Karakostas is the kind of photographer who likes to bother people. “I kind of like annoying people,” he says, taking time out of a friend’s birthday dinner at a Bloor West restaurant to talk. “I just like being an antagonist.” A quick visit to his website To Be Honest I Expected More reinforces that notion, where in a week when the Stop Kony movement has blown up across social media, the young Toronto photographer has Photoshopped images of the Ugandan guerilla group …

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At His Disposable

“I like shitty things,” says the sandy-haired young man, seated at a table tucked at the back of the loud, cramped quarters of 416 Snack Bar. He guzzles back his latest drink of the evening, adding, “And you can quote me on that.” To the handsome person sitting next to me, shitty things are what he would consider photographable. The shittier the subject, the more photogenic it will be. Hydro meters and neon signs, discarded Christmas trees and trailer homes …

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Catch up: Nathan Cyprys

Nathan Cyprys is a Toronto based photographer that was originally a part of our Summer 2010 issue, a whole two years ago! He contributed a bright and flashy series that documented a wild night out. Although the series featured below is quite different from the one in Issue 4, Cyprys still enjoys capturing his everyday experiences in his photography. Check out our interview with him below and click here to see the entire Landscapes series. What have you been up …

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