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Aiyush Pachnanda

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Aiyush Pachnanda

Aiyush Pachnanda is currently in his second year studying Photojournalism at the University of South Wales in Cardiff.

Hailing from London, Aiyush - or Yushy to his friends - has a keen interest in documenting a wide range of subcultures and, as evidenced by his work to date, isn't afraid to approach people and get up close to create visually stimulating images.

Aiyush tells Ffoton about his past and current projects, inspirations and aspirations in photography.

You can view a range of Aiyush's work on his website www.yosnaps.click
And his 'ON THE SESH' feature on the We Are Cardiff blog >

Follow his University project exploits on Twitter @PJAiyush_USW
And his feed on Instagram @_yushy

Images © Aiyush Pachnanda and used on Ffoton with permission

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Nicholas Bell

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Nicholas Bell

Image © Nicholas Bell

Nicholas Bell is currently in his second year studying Photojournalism at the University of South Wales in Cardiff.

With a keen interest in environmental topics in the UK and their relation to the wider social and political topics, Nick's gritty monochrome work in a couple of current ongoing projects caught our eye: 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind' explores the impact of pollution and climate change on our environment whilst 'Against the Grain' aims to follow the impact of the UK leaving the European Union on Welsh farming.

Ffoton spoke with Nick about his projects, inspirations and aspirations in photography.

You can view an introduction to Nick's 'Against the Grain' project via www.againstthegrain.exposure.co/against-the-grain

See more of his 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind' project on his website www.nicholasbellphoto.co.uk

Follow his University project exploits on Twitter @NickPhotoJ_USW
And his colour street photography on Instagram @nwjb85

Images © Nicholas Bell and used on Ffoton with permission

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Richard Lewis

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Richard Lewis

For many, Macro is one of those 'Marmite' genres in photography where you either love or hate it but, beyond the patience and technical skills required, many people do appreciate close-up photography with a creative edge.

We stumbled across Richard Lewis' very impressive body of macro images on Flickr back in the autumn of 2015 and recorded this conversation over a coffee a few months later. nature and Landscape photography is a big passion for Richard when he's not working on shifts in his day job in Newport. And it shows.

We highly recommend following his regular macro updates on Flickr (link below). And his landscape images aren't too shabby either!

© Richard Lewis

See gallery below for a small selection of Richard's photography, reproduced here with permission of the photographer.

See more of Richard's creative work on Flickr
Follow him on Twitter @richardamlewis

Images © Richard Lewis and used with permission of the photographer

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