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Jeff Seltzer’s photography is an extremely thoughtful take on the effect of human occupation within the landscape of contemporary environments. He explores the anonymous, sometimes featureless structures that have been created by people, but the photography itself excludes any interaction with humans or movement. Jeff Seltzer has made a point to document our everyday modern […]

“I take pictures. All the time. I love the adventure of finding something during the day, and also the night. I love the night sky, and I love finding the smallest details all around me.” Greg Hogan believes in capturing moments.  Nothing is staged and his work is done with an immediacy of an iPhone. […]

“His work untangles the complex appearance of life, revealing a fine sense for a moment to pause.” Our photographer Jagdev Singh stands up to this description of his work in every way. His work ranges from ordinary street life to year-long photojournalistic projects. He brings us closer to holy events, spends time with gurus and shows us the […]

We all remember the horrible collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza garment factory building near Dhaka in Bangladesh in April 2013. More than 1.000 people died, over 2.500 were heavily injured and traumatized. The photographer Ismail Ferdous documented the deadly cost of fashion for the New York times. The video is worth watching and even more […]

Ronnie Baxter sells a selection of his photos in limited editions on Photocircle. With the sales the photographer and Photocircle help to improve the situation of Syrian refugees in Jordan. We talked to Ronnie so that you can get to know this great photographer a little better. Who is Ronnie Baxter?  After studying photography at […]

A good portrait expresses what one feels about what is being photographed. But it’s not only that. One of our photographers, Simon Bode, defines a a true portrait as “a mixture of what the photographed person thinks who he is, what others think he is, what he really is and what he is trying to […]

The Silfra crack in the Þingvellir national park has a constant water temperature of 2°C throughout the year and a visibility range underwater of up to 130 meters. The Silfra water is probably the clearest in the world. The water is coming from some big highland glaciers but runs for 30 years through the lava […]

With the sponsorship of Maicol and his community we are now able to strengthen children’s and women’s rights in the Colombian region of Villanueva and contribute to the construction of sanitary facilities. These these are the photos that helped to close the circle. We would like to thank all photographers and customers for making this […]

‘Unimpressed by the fact that the only drinking water pump far and wide was running out of diesel, these boys of the San-people in the bushlands of northern Namibia trained really hard for the county soccer championship.’ – Schoo Flemming This photo is available on Canvas, Acrylic Glass, Alu Dibond and Fine Art Paper. On Photocircle the photographer Schoo Flemming […]

‘Every morning, Leo Cardetti walks out through the back door of his flag shop to put up his “Parking for Customers” sign. The mural on Cardetti’s flag shop depicts the landmarks of St. James, Missouri, the small town where he has spent almost all his life.’ – Jakob Berr,  Tuesday, September 23, 2008 This photo […]

Since early October 2019 we've already been able to plant 130.852 trees thanks to the pictures sold on Photocircle. They will absorb approximately 10.468.160 kg CO₂ within the next five years.