Skies of Concrete by Gisela Erlacher All Stars

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 Photography

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 All Stars

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

Photo Book: Archipelago By Matthew Porter Photography

Photo Book: Archipelago By Matthew Porter

June 5, 2015

And this is a very contemporary condition in which knowing too much and knowing too little invoke the same visceral state. Archipelago (Mack, ISBN 9781910164303, $50) is a 132 pages photo book and a journey into an interior, upriver, towards an enigmatic hinterland. At any one instance, Matthew Porter sets

InFrame: A New Documentary Film Series Revealing The Unique Journeys Of Rising Creative Professionals All Stars

InFrame: A New Documentary Film Series Revealing The Unique Journeys Of Rising Creative Professionals

June 2, 2015

The film series of intimate shorts, filmed by Berkhout, cofounder and director of Like Knows Like, follows the unique journeys of the talented creative individuals that make up the Format community. Tracing the beautiful — and sometimes turbulent — paths to success of photographers, artists, designers and illustrators around the

Ersatz Lights – Case Study #1 East West By Olivo Barbieri Photography

Ersatz Lights – Case Study #1 East West By Olivo Barbieri

May 29, 2015

Urban centers in China or America dominate Olivo Barbieri‘s photographic series, alongside geographic locations such as the Dolomite Mountains, the Alps or Capri as well as famous waterfalls in Canada, Argentina, Zimbabwe. From 2003 until 2013 he photographed more than forty cities and megacities worldwide, resulting in a project that

Behind The Lens: How To Become A Camera Pro All Stars

Behind The Lens: How To Become A Camera Pro

May 26, 2015

To jump the hurdle of limited technical camera knowledge, there is a slew of helpful camera tutorial books and websites to get you on your feet and ready to go. And to hone in your eye for image composition, there are also many sites that will lend you some of

London Tableaux by Allan Grainger All Stars

London Tableaux by Allan Grainger

May 11, 2015

London Tableaux is an ongoing project by photographic artist Allan Grainger (b.1951 Douglas, Isle of Man) that considers events that take place within significant cultural areas of the city. By presenting a transitory community within a tableaux, which momentarily exist in various cultural and social boundaries of the city, Allan