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Get to Know Volcom Women's Photographer - Alexandra Valenti
For our Volcom Women's x Lomography photo contest we asked our favorite fashion photographer, Alexandra Valenti, to be a guest judge! For those of you who haven't entered our contest yet, enter here! For those of you who haven't gotten to know miss Alexandra, keep reading to see our exclusive interview with her. VW: Hey Alexandra, thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions! How did you first get into photography? Was it something you always dreamed of doing? AV: It started when a childhood friend of mine, who was about 9 years older than me, gave me a book of Henri Cartier Breton's photographs when I was about 10 or 11 years old. Bresson was known for the 'decisive moment', (the in between moment) and that has had an enormous impact on my own photography and art. I always took photographs, but always thought I would be a cinematographer. But as I got older and started assisting, I realized I could maybe make a living being a photographer. It just took a while ;) VW: What inspires you when taking photos? Do models have a certain influence on your photography? AV: Yes, models are very important. But it's really more about the whole setting. The set, the story, the clothes... It starts with a feeling. I'm actually more inspired by color, shape and pattern first, then it's the person I am photographing. It's probably my design background. VW: What is your favorite fashion era? AV: OH that's a hard one. I would say I am more inspired by much older eras than I am by anything happening currently. It's so far removed from my experience that I can fantasize about what it was like. And plus I just think the clothes were better in say the 30s, 40s and 50s. And in photographs, it just immediately looks so classic and cinematic. VW: What are your favorite film cameras? AV: I have a few favorites. I have a Pentax 645 that I still use on every shoot. And I love my Hasslblad 503. And old polaroid land cameras. And I love the Pentax 67. It's super heavy but the images are so stellar. And the Mamiya RZ 67 is well, the beast that makes everything look incredible. VW: We noticed that a few of your pieces contain your artwork as well. When did you start combining the two together? AV: I started about 6 or 7 years ago I think? It was really born out of frustration of not being able to paint enough and this seemed like a perfect solution to combine the two mediums. VW: In what ways do you try to stand out from other photographers? AV: I don't really think too hard about what other photographers are doing. I love other photographers but I just have to focus on what I'm trying to say and achieve aesthetically. I feel like I'm constantly evolving. I have a long way to go before I will ever feel like my work is up to par. I will look at stuff I shot even last year, and want to throw away my whole portfolio. I just know I can do better and I feel an intense drive to push myself further. VW:  What advice do you give to aspiring photographers out there? AV: Shoot all the time and keep trying to do something different. Stay away from Instagram because it's making everyone's work look the same. I see trends happening, people ripping off other photographers, and no one is thinking for themselves. Not everyone of course. But there is definitely this collective "unconscious" (although I don't know how unconscious it it) that is producing similar work. I tend to not look at Instagram very much these days. I definitely post my work but then I jump off. It's too much. It's hard to not be affected by it. And lastly, I think, just do it because you love it and it makes you happy. Eventually work will come. If you are passionate, people will recognize that it's authentic and original. To check out more of Alex's work, click here. Give her a follow on Instagram.
Volcom Women’s Featured Artist Series: Rachel ‘Pony Gold’ Urquhart
Rachel Urquhart is a Melbourne based self-taught artist and illustrator, who grew up in a rural-coastal paradise on the mid-north coast of NSW, Australia. Influenced by a childhood spent collecting natural artifacts and bushland treasures, Rachel’s work is strongly influenced by the natural world as one of the last frontiers of magic, beauty, ritual and justice… And in touch with the reality of living in suburban Melbourne, her work also alludes to bad tattoos, regrettable hair, metal albums and cheap whiskey. Our kinda girl ;) Over the past few years, Rachel has worked for Australian and international brands, both established and independent and has been a Volcom Ambassador for just over a year. Her first solo show, ‘Northern’, was held in 2014, featuring a collection of small and large illustrations and paintings, painted denim jackets and decorated animal bones. Rachel is a true independent spirit, wild at heart and on her creative path. And the best part is, you get to shop her collection! Keep scrolling to shop. Twigs Muscle Tank Seeker Basic Tee in Soy Paper Seeker Basic Tee in Gunmetal Grey Path Unseen Long Sleeve Tee Revolver Crew Pullover in Army Revolver Crew Pullover in Burnt Sienna Surf Sand Shine Tote in Natural Surf Sand Shine Tote in Burnt Sienna Click here to give Rachel a follow on Instagram. To see more of her work, click here.
Maud le Car Starts 2016 w/ Back-to-Back Wins!
  French surfer Maud le Car kicks off the year with two event wins in a row! She claimed her first win at the Shoe City Pro in Huntington Beach, CA, then followed it up with a first place finish in Israel at the SEAT Pro Netanya. Her undefeated WQS tour start continues to fuel her dedication to train and gives her that boost of confidence every athlete hopes for as she begins her journey on the WSL qualifying series. Follow Maud with us this year on her travels to surf spots around the globe battling for a seat on the WSL’s elite World Championship circuit.
Volcom Womens x Lomography Contest
Attention all photography lovers! Volcom has teamed up with Lomography to give you have a chance to show us what your photo skills are made of! We're looking for photographers new or experienced, who are looking to show off their talent in an awesome way and want to win a year’s supply of bikinis/boardshorts. Members of the Lomography community can join the contest by posting photos in, out, and around bodies of water from all over North America! We’re talking oceans, lakes, rivers, hot springs and whatever summer watery destination you can think of. It might be cold and snowy out where you live, so lets find a way to add some sizzle to your new year by showing us the beautiful colors of summer! ENTER LomoHome members can enter the contest by submitting their pictures here. If you're not a member of the Lomography community, you can create a LomoHome account here, it's quick, easy and free. JUDGES The three guest judges will be Volcom Women's surfer, Quincy Davis, famous surf/water photographer, Brian Bielmann & fashion photographer Alexandra Valenti! GRAND PRIZE A year supply of Volcom bikinis or boardshorts. 12 pieces in total A Lomography LomoKino Camera + a 35mm Lomography Color Film pack A Lomo'Instant San Remo Edition + Double Instax mini film pack RUNNER UP The 4 runners up win 1 Volcom bikini or boardshort + A Lomography Light Torch Good luck to all who participate. We can't wait to see your photos! Welcome Lomography members GET 1O%OFF your next order when you sign up for Volcom email:
Welcome To Water: Introducing the All New Volcom Boardshorts and Women's Swimwear Collections
You are cordially invited to give into the gravitational pull of your visions. Introducing the completely redesigned Volcom Boardshorts & Women's Swimwear Collections. Welcome To Water. Stripey Slinger in Golden Mustard color Free Bird Triangle Top and Free Bird Cheeky Bottom in the Soy Paper color
Hailley Howard Welcome to Water Photographer
For Volcom Women’s #WelcomeToWater campaign, we wanted someone who could capture the emotion one feels when stepping into water. We wanted to capture the feeling one gets when standing on the beach, looking out onto the waves. Only one photographer came to mind… Hailley Howard. Her work has been featured on National Geographic, Refinery29 as well as many other respectable sites. Though she is mostly known for her wedding photography, she also does an incredible job with fashion and editorial shoots. Scroll down to see the magic she created for our #WelcomeToWater campaign! Allison Holton in our Native Drift Underwire Top and Native Drift Cheeky Bottoms. Tiffany Borland in our Simply Solid Crop Top and Simply Solid Retro Bottoms.  Makaila Kay Ho in our Running Spirit Triangle Top and Running Spirit Tiny Bottoms. Megan Kennedy Cameron in our Stone Row One Piece. Nalani Ravelo in our Running Spirit Triangle Top and Running Spirit Tiny Bottoms.   To see more of Hailley Howard's work click here. Give her a follow on instagram.