Mathieu Willcocks on Lens Magazine

Jimmy Nelson. Cultural Photography.

Marco grob. The Wild Side #17

Lee Jeffries. Street Photography.

Sam Droege. Super Macro Photography.

Filip Wolak. Nightlife Photography in NYC

MIGUEL VALDIVIESO. The Big Black&White Issue #15.

BOOGIE. Life in the city. Issue #18

Brooke Shaden . Thw Wild Side #17

SIGAL MIZRAHI. Let the music play. Issue#16

Adriana Soares. Special Interview. Issue#16

Dr. Akira TAKAUE. The Big Black&White Issue#15

Paul Zizka. Night&Nightlife Photography. #14

Water Underwater. Issue #12

Lior Yaakobi. Landscapes Photography.

Jakob Wagner. Urban Photography.

Marius Vieth. Street Photography.

Ekaterina Belinskaya. Fashion Photography.

Michal Solarski. Cultural Photography.

Mozes Nachumovich. Portrait Photography.

Ohad Romano. Fashion Photography.

Lior Yaakobi. Landscapes Photography.

Assaf Gavra .Wildlife Photography.

About Photography

18 MAY 2017

World Press Photo Festival 2017

World Press Photo Festival 2017, Amsterdam Coverage & Interviews By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues The very first World Press Photo (WPP) Festival, that ran from 20th to 22nd April 2017, at the Company Theatre in Amsterdam, saw inspiring talks by prizewinners of the prestigious 2017 World Press Photo Contest, heartbreaking images of targeted people and wildlife, and […]

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19 JULY 2016

8 Tips&Tricks for Seascapes photography

8 Tips&Tricks for Seascapes photography 1. Timing It sounds cliche but timing is everything. Especially when seeking to photograph beautiful seascapes. Sure, you’ve heard about the importance of timing in other genres of photography, but seascape photography is time-sensitive in ways that differentiate it from other types of photography. Time of day- You can take […]

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17 JULY 2016

Useful Equipment for Seascapes Photography

Useful Equipment for Seascapes Photography Seascapes are about sky, water, the physical dynamics of the points at which they meet, reflections and mirror imaging and most of all, the unique qualities of moisture-filtered light that one can only find where sky meets water. The coastline has long been a favored location for photographers, and – […]

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26 JUNE 2016


EROTIC&NUDE PHOTOGRAPHY A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY The origins of the history of nude photography lie in the so-called “academies“, which provided painters, graphic artists and sculptors with study objects in the 19th century and which followed the historical artistic models of Classical Antiquity and the Renaissance. Nude photography soon increasingly became emancipated from being a […]

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26 JUNE 2016

SEXUALITY In Photography

SEXUALITY In Photography “Without any doubt, there is nothing which draws the attention of the observer to it so much as the naked human body“ – Kurt Freytag, Journalist And Photographer, 1909 Erotic Photography — has captivated artists, theoreticians and consumers for over 150 years. Prior to 1839, nude renderings were namely produced via drawings, […]

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26 JUNE 2016

The Sea of Warren Keelan

The Sea of Warren Keelan An interview with multi-international award winning seascape and ocean photographer Warren Keelan Warren Keelan, a gifted multi-international award winning seascape and ocean photographer based in the Illawarra South Coast region of NSW, Australia. His images have been awarded highly in the prestigious photographic competitions: International Landscape Photographer of the Year, International […]

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26 JUNE 2016

About Seascapes Photography

The sea shore. The coastline. The oceanfront. No matter what term one prefers to use, the seas have long been a favorite subject for photographers. Being able to capture seascapes with powerful tides, interesting rock formations and dramatic light, is one of the most rewarding experiences for any landscape/seascape photographer. The sea, much like the […]

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24 APRIL 2016

Street Photography by Thomas Leuthard

Street Photography by Thomas Leuthard Street Photography is more than going for a walk with your camera. It is a question of being part of the street and observing things that other people would never see. Thomas Leuthard is one of the 5 most active Street photographers, we chose to exhibit in this issue. Thomas […]

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24 APRIL 2016

City Photography By Joel Bankhead

City  Photography By Joel Bankhead Cities are truly amazing places. The dramatic collision of people and architecture gives each city a unique essence and existence. They are living, breathing places that are simultaneously busy, lonely, awake, tired, and alive. By their very nature, cities provide a varied and fascinating photography subject and in this issue […]

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24 JANUARY 2016

Fine Art Photography- The definition

Fine Art Photography- The definition   Known also as “photographic art”, “artistic photography” and so on, the term “fine art photography” has no universally agreed meaning or definition: rather, it refers to an imprecise category of photographs, created in accordance with the creative vision of the cameraman. The basic idea behind the genre, is that […]

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