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Moscow Metro

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Photographer Tomer Ifrah visited Moscow’s metro system. The Russian capital has an underground metro system which transports an average of Β 6.5 million people per day. If I look at the images of Tomer Ifrah, it gives me a feeling I get when I look at old movies. A romantic depiction of the day-to-day lives of so many Russians.

Tomer Ifra’s websiteΒ www.tomerifrah.com

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The Road to the Olympics 2014

One way to cover an event is to do it with a bunch of photographers and film crews at the moment it all goes down. Typically this is called journalism. Another way to tell the story is not to tell what is happening, but more why it’s happening. Slow journalism. Dutch photographer Rob Hornstra and writer/filmmaker Arnold van Bruggen are currently working on a series in Sochi, Russia. To cover the events leading up to the Olympic games in 2014. The whole town of Sochi will change in many ways. This is their subject. You can follow their project on www.thesochiproject.org.

Rob Hornstra’s website: www.borotov.nl

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