Tyler Mitchell captures young black people in gardens, parks or in idyllic studio backdrops where they appear as free, expressive, effortless, sensitive and proud, bringing their humanity to the forefront.
My name is Annette Pehrsson and during my 21 years on this earth I’ve been living on the southern/west coast of Sweden. These days I mostly shoot film, mainly 35mm, polaroid and some medium format, but I have a large body of digital work behind me as well. The reason for moving on from digital to film is because the entire process is more appealing to me, everything can be done manually compared to digital which, I feel, is too easy. Most of my photos are shot in my own home and in the landscapes surrounding it, which has probably influenced my eye a lot as the years have gone by.