FLUSS By Michael Lange Photography

FLUSS By Michael Lange

July 1, 2015

Michael Lange‘s (*1953 in Heidelberg) second photo book FLUSS (Hatje Cantz, ISBN 978-3-7757-3962-7, $55) was photographed between 2012 and 2014 along the Upper Rhine in Southern Germany. Taken with a large-format camera, his photographs present myth-enshrouded places, areas of water veiled in fog and traversed by mysterious reflections, at dusk.

Ellipsis: Dual Vision By Stephen Posen All Stars

Ellipsis: Dual Vision By Stephen Posen

June 29, 2015

In Ellipsis: Dual Vision (Glitterati Incorporated, ISBN 978-0-9903808-4-9, $75), his first monograph, Stephen Posen comes full circle with a series of 174 paired photographs, represented by a broad range of locations and subjects—ranging from Tonlé Sap Lake in Cambodia to a flea market in rural Pennsylvania, a vending machine of gumballs

PlanIt! Finding The Perfect Milky Way Photography

PlanIt! Finding The Perfect Milky Way

June 25, 2015

PlanIt! for photographers ($6.99) by Ying Wen Technologies stands for “Plan the shot”. It is the ultimate tool for landscape, star-trail, panorama, time-lapse, travel, city, night, and outdoor photographers. In this review we’re going to concentrate on astro photography and on finding the perfect Milky Way. Ansel Adams dedicates the

Dreamlands by Rob Ball Photography

Dreamlands by Rob Ball

June 22, 2015

Dreamland amusement park in Margate, Kent opened to the public in 1920 though its site has an even longer historical link with fairgrounds, having been first used for amusement rides as early as 1880. During the height of its popularity it was one of the UK’s best-loved amusement parks and

Eden by Jennifer Garza-Cuen All Stars

Eden by Jennifer Garza-Cuen

June 16, 2015

This series, Eden, is the third part in a larger project entitled Wandering in Place. Having spent a decade traveling prior to creating this work, as well as being from a family that moved around, her work explores the question of her loss of origin. Located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom,

Skies of Concrete by Gisela Erlacher Photography

Skies of Concrete by Gisela Erlacher

June 16, 2015

The first bridges were made by nature itself—as simple as a log fallen across a stream or stones in a river. The first bridges made by humans were probably spans of cut wooden logs or planks and eventually stones, using a simple support and crossbeam arrangement. The photo book Skies

Organic Doomsday Conspiracy: Signs by Akkara Naktamna Photography

Organic Doomsday Conspiracy: Signs by Akkara Naktamna

June 12, 2015

Now, Akkara Naktama, the former software engineer is about to show his latest work ‘Signs’ in his first solo exhibition at Kathmandu Photo Gallery (open daily except Monday, from 11 AM to 7 PM). Nightmarish, primeval and strong images captured with beauty and precision. For fans of horror sci-fi, the

Special Edition: Right Time Right Place by Robert Rutöd All Stars

Special Edition: Right Time Right Place by Robert Rutöd

June 11, 2015

Being at the right place at the right time is usually associated with happiness and success. But what happens when we are at the right place at the wrong time? Do we even know that this is the right place? And what if it turns out that it is the

Collier’s Guide to Night Photography in the Great Outdoors Photography

Collier’s Guide to Night Photography in the Great Outdoors

June 11, 2015

The night sky may be the most awe-inspiring spectacle that any of us will ever see. It can, however, be difficult to capture in a photograph, as it requires specialized techniques that are rarely used when shooting images during the day. Photographer Grant Collier sheds light on how to capture

Coco Chanel By Douglas Kirkland Photography

Coco Chanel By Douglas Kirkland

June 9, 2015

Chanel introduced slacks, costume jewelry, and the exquisitely comfortable suit. She made the first couture parfum, Chanel No. 5, which remains the most popular scent ever created. Coco Chanel: Three Weeks/1962 (Glitterati Incorporated, ISBN 978-0-9801557-1-6, $50) with an foreword by Judith Thurman and photographs by Douglas Kirkland is a distinctly