Photography

d1 architects transforms old vietnamese residence into photography studio home

d1 architects transforms old vietnamese residence into photography studio home

the house features a bold, red spiral staircase in the terrace and glass partition walls, striking against the surrounding buildings. The post d1 architects transforms old vietnamese residence into photography studio home appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 week ago, Design Boom, Photography

photographer romain jacquet-lagrèze turns hong kong street characters into poetry

photographer romain jacquet-lagrèze turns hong kong street characters into poetry

jacquet-lagrèze proposes stunning images and even a process through which a photographer might approach learning a foreign language. The post photographer romain jacquet-lagrèze turns hong kong street characters into poetry appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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4 weeks ago, Design Boom, Photography

How photography duo Coppi Barbieri mastered the art of the still life

Lucilla Barbieri and Fabrizio Coppi and first met in Milan at design school in the late 1980s, forming an alchemical partnership in work and in life. The husband and wife duo, now based in London, have since joined ranks with the most in demand commercial photographers working today. From interiors to...

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1 month ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

The sky’s the limit for the next generation of Foam Talent photographers

The sky’s the limit for the next generation of Foam Talent photographers

Gregory Eddi James photographed New York’s Twin Towers in the summer of 2001. It was a tourist shot, taken on a trip to the city. A few months later, the towers were gone, but the American artist was left with his picture. ‘It had a very profound effect on me and my understanding of images,’ he reflects....

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1 month ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

The dissolving mirages of photographer Jack Davison

The dissolving mirages of photographer Jack Davison

Jack Davison graduated from university in 2012. He worked for six months as a labourer on a building site near his parent’s home in rural Essex, and then, with the money banked, set out on that most time-honoured of photographic journeys. He flew to America and drove for 10,000 miles, from sea to shining...

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1 month ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

hasselblad heroines celebrates female photographers

hasselblad heroines celebrates female photographers

in an industry overflowing with men, a diverse selection of female photographers are spotlighted. The post hasselblad heroines celebrates female photographers appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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2 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Gucci spearheads a survey of Paolo Di Paolo’s photography

Gucci spearheads a survey of Paolo Di Paolo’s photography

As far as family secrets go, hoarding a vast photographic archive of mid-century Italian history is perhaps one of the most graceful. Imagine the surprise of Silvia Di Paolo when, some 20 years ago, she wandered into the cellar of her parents’ home in search of a pair of skis, only to find 250,000 negatives...

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2 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

The must have lighting tool for filmmakers and photographers

The must have lighting tool for filmmakers and photographers

If you’re a budding filmmaker or photographer, you will know the challenges that come with capturing a dark and poorly-lit scene. And whilst an external flash or lighting set-up will solve this, they can be impractical and often inaccessible, as well as a carrying a hefty price-tag! This is where the...

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2 months ago, Yanko Design, Photography

arata isozaki’s ceremonial court in doha is captured by photographer pygmalion karatzas

arata isozaki’s ceremonial court in doha is captured by photographer pygmalion karatzas

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2 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Heatherwick's Vessel at Hudson Yards claims ownership of visitor's photography

Heatherwick's Vessel at Hudson Yards claims ownership of visitor's photography

The Heatherwick Studio-designed Vessel at New York's Hudson Yards is planning to maintain rights to any photography taken of the public structure, a move that has prompted an outcry from critics on social media. Read more

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3 months ago, Dezeen, Photography

Vibrant Lightroom Presets for Food Photography

Vibrant Lightroom Presets for Food Photography

If you are a food photographer or blogger, you might want to consider Lightroom for editing. Lightroom has tons of editing tools that can help you clean up your photos, including presets that you can simply apply to your photos with minimal additional editing. Here are some great Lightroom presets created...

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3 months ago, Creative Market, Photography

Drone photography captures Barcelona's architectural symmetry from above

Drone photography captures Barcelona's architectural symmetry from above

Hungarian photographer Márton Mogyorósy has used a drone to capture aerial shots of buildings around Barcelona, including Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill's Walden 7. Read more

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3 months ago, Dezeen, Photography

Leica opens new London photography gallery and academy

Leica opens new London photography gallery and academy

Next day delivery: a dream come true for the consumer, but a shopkeeper’s worst nightmare. Quite simply, it means retail stores now need to offer something you can’t get online. Or better still – as demonstrated by Leica’s new London flagship gallery and shop – a great deal of in-store only perks. The...

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3 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

Photographer Mona Kuhn reflects on mysticism and modernism in Joshua Tree

Photographer Mona Kuhn reflects on mysticism and modernism in Joshua Tree

A modernist glass house on the edge of Joshua Tree is the setting for artist Mona Kuhn’s mysterious new series, She Disappeared into Complete Silence, released as a book published by Steidl. The desert terrain of the southeastern Californian national park, known for its Joshua trees and distinctive boulders,...

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3 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

Hoops photography exhibition shows basketball's universal appeal

Hoops photography exhibition shows basketball's universal appeal

Scenic, improvised and dilapidated basketball courts around the world are documented in these photographs by Bill Bamberger, which form an exhibition at Washington DC's National Building Museum. Read more

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3 months ago, Dezeen, Photography

Lumen Museum of Mountain Photography perches on a mountainside in the Italian Dolomites

Lumen Museum of Mountain Photography perches on a mountainside in the Italian Dolomites

A funicular station on a mountain in Italy has been converted into a museum with an adjoining restaurant that balances on stilts by Gerhard Mahlknecht of EM2. Read more

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3 months ago, Dezeen, Photography

The Leica Photo Printer revives my love for photography

The Leica Photo Printer revives my love for photography

Hypothetically this could be a Leica branded printer concept, but I’m going to keep that aside for now and focus on this clever idea and its potential. Instant printers are not a new phenomenon, so what makes this Photo Printer different? The prospect of it directly connecting to your phone, acting as...

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3 months ago, Yanko Design, Photography

Photographer Max Creasy brings modern visual culture into focus

Photographer Max Creasy brings modern visual culture into focus

Max Creasy has long been preoccupied with systems of meaning. His recent project, Nothing Matters, disrupted the logic with which we assume we understand photography. By matching the file numbers of his digital images with the corresponding Dewey Decimal entry in Creasy’s local library, a photograph...

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4 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

Melbourne gains major new photography festival

The City of Melbourne’s Lord Mayor Sally Capp today annouced details of PHOTO, a major new photohgraphy festival for Melbourne and Regional Victoria, which will take place every two years from 2020. Comprising free exhibitions and outdoor displays, PHOTO will present commissions by global photographic...

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4 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

photographers capture the world’s most incredible phenomena

photographers capture the world’s most incredible phenomena

emotive portraits, wondrous architecture, and unbelievable moments across humanity, feature in the 2019 sony world photography awards. The post photographers capture the world’s most incredible phenomena appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

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