Photography

Dawn By Laura Thiesbrummel

Dawn By Laura Thiesbrummel

If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to take pictures. Morgenrot (Dawn) is a documentary project by German photographer Laura Thiesbrummel for her Bachelor in photo design that is such a good example. The series documents the young country of Azerbaijan in search of its new identity. After the collapse …

Urban/Nature By Sheung Yiu

Urban/Nature By Sheung Yiu

The project Urban/Nature by Sheung Yiu is drawn from the Sheung Yiu's personal experience with nature as an urbanite. The juxtaposition of animal parts and artificial material symbolizes his rare interaction with wildlife -  a surreal, distanced and almost immature relationship. The conceptual artist states: "The last time I have close encounter with a real …


Goldgelb By Bärbel Praun

Goldgelb By Bärbel Praun

During a one month stay in Finland last autumn German photo artist Bärbel Praun found herself emotionally confronted with her past. "Even though the small city at the westcoast of Finland was such a different place than the town I grew up in, it reminded me of my hometown, childhood and family. So this work …

4 Tips On Starting A Successful Photography Business

4 Tips On Starting A Successful Photography Business

You love nothing more than grabbing your camera and heading outside to snap shots of the scenic beauty that surrounds us. Your friends and family members routinely ooh and ahh over the photos you post on Facebook, and you just treated yourself to that really amazing camera that you have had your eye on for …

Through The Mirror By Cristina Burns

Through The Mirror By Cristina Burns

We all know the situatuon where as a child someone gave us one of those plastic toy cameras where you press the button and the image is captured inside. Most of us are immediately captured by the idea of ​​looking at the world through this magic box, and that is what you can find in …


Fake Holidays By Reiner Riedler

Fake Holidays By Reiner Riedler

Reiner Riedler’s photography captures a slice of the travel industry that capitalizes holidays. His book Fake Holidays (Moser, ISBN 978-3981234442, only used available) series from 2009 documents vacation spots from around the world, and they’re all a mirage. It reveals the absurdities of the world's artificial paradises: indoor skiing in Dubai, Tropical Islands in Berlin-Brandenburg, Niagara …

From Fishing To Photographing

From Fishing To Photographing

From fishing to photographing, this Field Bag (7″h x 11.75″w x 6.25″d, $119 – $129) by Topo Designs is the latest carry all for essentials you need at your hip. It comes equipped with a breathable padded back and shoulder strap, removable waist strap, and a fully padded and lined interior. The bag sports heavy …

My Family Is A Pubis, So I Cover It In Pretty Panties

My Family Is A Pubis, So I Cover It In Pretty Panties

The latest work of Motoyuki Daifu, a young Japanese photographer, is titled My Family Is A Pubis, So I Cover It In Pretty Panties. Motoyuki’s forceful sensibilities are a modern revolt against the traditional aesthetic when considering the norms of Japan. Armed with a camera, he enters into this accelerated and fetishized human landscape, to …


3-Axis Motion Control Camera Robot

3-Axis Motion Control Camera Robot

This little 3-axis Pan and Tilt motion control head sits between your tripod and your DSLR or Video Camera. The eMotimo TB3 ($990) is a smart value motion control device, that offers repeatable, three-axis motion control for less than many competitors’ single-axis products. The TB3 is portable, strong, and lightweight, making it the perfect addition …

Aerialscapes By Jakob Wagner

Aerialscapes By Jakob Wagner

Aerialscapes is a series of 20 aerial photographs by German photographer Jakob Wagner that was shot from the sky. The images in this project are sweeping landscapes of various locations around the world, showing formations, patterns and marks that are both manmade and natural, but nonetheless always breathtaking and wondrous. "I've photographed all this images …

Windows Mirrors Tabletops By Lucas Blalock

Windows Mirrors Tabletops By Lucas Blalock

In this photo book entitled Windows Mirrors Tabletops (Mörel, roughly $60), Lucas Blalock plays with the conventions of photography by exploring its limits and inherent contradictions. He examines not only the photograph’s subject but also the internal information of its making. The book includes a conversation between Lucas Blalock and David Campany. An extract: David Campany …


Bubbles By Ola Rindal And Mirage By Henry Roy

Bubbles By Ola Rindal And Mirage By Henry Roy

South London-based small independent photo book publisher Jane & Jeremy has been doing a double book launch at Yvon Lambert in Paris. They've presented the book Bubbles (first edition of 100, roughly $68) by Ola Rindal and Mirage (also first edition of 100, roughly $68) by Henry Roy. Norway born Ola Rindal's Bubbles is a …

Overnight Perspectives By Emanuele Nappini

Overnight Perspectives By Emanuele Nappini

Florence-based independent creative Emanuele Nappini is wandering through fields of transit locations. Locations that subvert the rules of space. As the photographer puts it by himself: "A deep, lonely but at the same time bright night. A night where the submerged finds the strength to emerge and, away from indiscreet eyes, everything manifests without prejudice. …


Leica T Wooden Protector Case

Leica T Wooden Protector Case

This wonderful looking Miniot case for Leica T is carved out of a single block of the finest wood. The goal of the unibody wooden design is to create a more sturdy case while using less material for the purpose of saving weight. The case also adds a natural feel and a grand style to your …

Nail Houses By Peter Bialobrzeski

Nail Houses By Peter Bialobrzeski

The photo book Nail Houses (Hatje Cantz, ISBN 978-3-7757-3829-3, $45)  is Peter Bialobrzeski's final project rounding off the Habitat trilogy. During his travels through China, the German photographer was fascinated by the so-called nail houses–a proof of the amazing power of the individual. Theses photographs show a typology of almost derelict houses, as well as the …

Philips Two-In-One Monitor

Philips Two-In-One Monitor

Philips Monitors has created a two-in-one computer display that puts a new angle on multitasking. This world's first virtually seamless Two-in-One display brings dual monitor productivity and minimalist, ultra-thin design to desktops. For this outstanding idea Philips Monitors was named the recipient of the 2014 COMPUTEX d&i Gold Award for outstanding innovation in the development …


Filson Magnum Camera Bags Refuse To Stay Indoors

Filson Magnum Camera Bags Refuse To Stay Indoors

Award-winning photojournalists David Alan Harvey and Steve McCurry know that photography is about taking risks, getting close and being ready for anything. That’s why the bag manufacturer Filson worked with them to design photography bags for those who refuse to stay indoors. From rugged McCurrry Sportsman Bag to Harvey's cross-body photography bag, the Messenger Bag, Filson …

Refuge Dreamgrove By Georges Salameh

Refuge Dreamgrove By Georges Salameh

Refuge Dreamgrove by Sicily based Greek-Lebanese visual storyteller Georges Salameh is a very personal photographic series based on the notion of hospitality. The series is formed by triptychs divided into three categories–the first is about men asleep in public places or means of transport. The second documents internal spaces where the photographer was welcomed to …

Choose Your Template

Choose Your Template

Since 2004, millions of websites have been created on the Squarespace platform. Why? Because making a website is hard. Especially for those of us who don't know how to code. When you don't have time to learn to code, try Squarespace. This elegant service makes creating a professional and handsome website super easy. Squarespace’s mission is …


Atlas Monographs By Max Pam

Atlas Monographs By Max Pam

Atlas Monographs (T&G Publishing, ISBN 9780977579044, $80) is a compression of eight travel journals packed into a 296 pages book with over 300+ colour and B/W photographs, beginning with Max Pam’s–one of Australia's most important contemporary photographers–most recent work (Karakoram 2006) and shifting back through the decades to his first journals begun in 1970. The journals …

How Does Art Get Done?

How Does Art Get Done?

This underground classic is a book about making art and probably will help you to provide a new perspective on the role of fear in the creative process. "Geniuses get made once-a-century or so, yet good art gets made all the time, so to equate the making of art with the workings of genius removes …

China Dolls By Nathalie Daoust

China Dolls By Nathalie Daoust

With a passion for intimacy, Canadian photographer Nathalie Daoust went to China for an artist residency with the Red Gate Gallery. In general the photographer has devoted all of her conceptual art to unveiling the secrets hidden beneath the apparent stability of life. Like in this documentary about role that Chinese women play in society, …