SWAPPA: The Winners and The Photobook!

Finally we made it! SWAPPA Photo Contest has been running through most of the summer and autumn involving 200 photographers from 32 different countries for a total of more than 2000 photos received! Lets cut to the chase, the wait has been way too long! The winner of a Lomography Diana Mini sponsored by Lomography … Continue reading

The Best of Fluster: Micah Camara

Once a month Fluster  will present again some of the best contris appeared on the magazine in the past years. here again for you Micha`s underwater world! Micah Camara is 20 years old. Micah claims that the island of Kauai, Hawaii (where is currently living) is the most beautiful place in the world and looking … Continue reading

Fluster Magazine 2013 Calendar is out! FREE download for all our readers!!!

Fluster Magazine 2013 Calendar is out!!! To preview the calendar click on the picture above – Per vedere un`anteprima, clicca sulla foto. – You can download Fluster Magazine 2013 Calendar FOR FREE clicking HERE! Or if you want a PRINTED COPY sent directly to your doorstep click HERE! – Scarica Fluster Magazine 2013 Calendar GRATIS clicca QUI! … Continue reading

Fluster Magazine 2013 calendar: photo entries wanted!

Fluster Magazine is working on the new 2013 calendar! Next year`s theme will be: ” The World I Wish…‘ All you need to do to be selected for the new calendar is to send your picture in JPG format  (at least) 640 pixel on the longest side to 2013calendar@flustermagazine.com The deadline is the 7th December … Continue reading


HAPPY B-DAY FLUSTER MAGAZINE! – Yes! It`s been a  year since Fluster Magazine appeared on-line.  Twelve months of featured photographers, illustrations, interviews, comics, reportages, books, personalities, ideas… Fluster Magazine has been growing rapidly and doesn`t intend to stop! In the next months you will see new sections, galleries, competitions, resident guests, columnists, publications, giveaways and … Continue reading

Reportage: Before and after – how genocide changed Rwanda’s women

Before and after – how genocide changed Rwanda’s women Written by Sarah Davinson Photographs by  Annie Bungeroth Rwandan women live with the scars of war. Many are trying to rebuild their lives after losing homes, livestock and belongings. All said they would never be the same again… Katherine, a 66-year-old retired teacher, wants to show … Continue reading