Bloggers – Portrait Photography by Gabriela Herman

Gabriela Herman is a portrait, lifestyle and fine art photographer who splits her time between New York, Martha’s Vineyard and Brazil. In addition to photographing for prominent magazines such as Martha Stewart and Men’s Health, Gabriela has produced several fascinating fine art projects and collections of portraits. In particular, her series entitled ‘bloggers‘–which is currently exhibiting at The Light Factory in Charlotte, NC–provides an unusual, behind-the-scenes look at people who work online. The darkness of these portraits, lit mainly by computer screens, emphasizes the isolation of blogging, while simultaneously showing how bloggers are linked and share camaraderie through their similar work environments.

To see more of Gabriela’s photography, visit her website.

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the gloss

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natural selection

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random night out

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a photography blog

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letters to romeo

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what’s the jackanory

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the social

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vanity fair daily

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funky brown chick

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fork lift

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Mary Lorenzo

This are striking and thought-provoking images. I like the how the computer screens illuminate the subjects’ faces. Very interesting work.


simply beautiful 🙂 wow

Matt |

The focus of bloggers ‘in the zone’ really shines through in these. The study of bloggers, as a species reveals that we’re attracted to the light, like the moth.

Alexander John

I like the “letters to romeo” photo the best. This is great!

A lot of meaning!

Lad strayer

Interesting idea. Technacly very good

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