July 26, 2012 0

Call for Submissions for Capricious Magazine #13

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To submit, visit: http://becapricious.com/.

May 17, 2012 0

Photozine competition

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May 9, 2012 0


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More info: Here!

February 9, 2012 0

Psychic hearts by Sandra Croft

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“I’m interested in the dreaminess that comes from a certain quality of light, and looking for these moments where imperfection and imbalance make for a perfect image. Usually it’s not a single feeling, but the overall stillness and isolation that emerges when you see the familiar from an unfamiliar perspective – a fleeting, delicate place that’s a mix of reality and fantasy.” - Sandra Croft

I love how Sandra Croft describes that she is interested in the dreaminess that comes from a certain quality of light. Her book Psychic hearts shows this dreaminess really well, actually very well. As I look through the book I start to think. Why did she make this photo? And why did she make that photo? After seeing a couple photos I know why she took them. Light plays a central role in all photos. The pictures look like they are made with a lomocamera. If you love lomography, you certainly love this book. Sandra Croft knows how to capture the light beautifully. I love the dreaminess of this book!

48 pages.
8.2 x 5.8 in / 148 x 210 mm
Full Colour, Saddle-Stitch,
Limited Edition of 100 [Numbered]

More info can be found here: http://thevelvetcell.com/start.html

January 5, 2012 1

Follow the Red Line

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On January 1st EAGER inspiring photo series started the quest for the longest conceptual photo series ever. That’s why they are looking for photographers worldwide who want to contribute. The project is called: Follow the Red Line.

The concept? A red line that connects the photos graphically and our mutual love/hate feeling towards shooting a self-portrait are the main ingredients. The first submissions show the effect already (www.redlineportraits.com)!

The goal is to connect photographers all around the globe virtually. That’s why the project wishes to obtain contributions from at least 100 countries, which is about half of all the countries in the world. EAGER also aims to accept 2012 contributions before December 31st, 2012. Very eager ambitions indeed, so all help is more than welcome!

EAGER will organise an exhibition presenting the best submissions.

All photographers are welcome to join in. In each portrait (1200 x 1800 pixels) a red line must be visible, entering the photo on the left and leaving it on the right. The copyright of the photos remains with the photographer and his credits and website will be mentioned. Contributions can be submitted via the website www.redlineportraits.com.

December 29, 2011 0

Top 5 photobooks 2011

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#1 – Nomad by Jeroen Toirkens

#2 – Sochi Singers by Rob Hornstra and Arnold van Bruggen

#3 – Playground by Jeroen Hofman

#4 – DREAM CITY by Anoek Steketee and Eefje Blankevoort

#5 – Parasomnia by Viviane Sassen

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December 10, 2011 0


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Our editor Saskia Hoogerhuis just started a Tumblr blog. Check it out and don’t forget to follow her! http://thephotographicimage.tumblr.com/

December 8, 2011 0

The Liminal Points Project

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Rokov Publishing, founded by photographer Nick Rochowski is a new independent creative platform for collaborative output. I’m very excited to show you their first publication: The Liminal Points Project.

The Liminal Points Project is a re-exploration of Penn Wood, Buckinghamshire and a journey back to a vivid childhood fantasy. Working at dawn, dusk and night blending natural and constructed lighting techniques in conjunction with elements from the landscape, the betwixt, large-scale images lie in a place that is somewhere between realities, as if you have stumbled upon a happening.

The book starts with a very nice illustration of Greg Haynes. The collaboration between the illustrator and the photographer fits very well for this publication. The photography in the book is a beautiful mix between reality and fantasy. I like the idea of using lighting techniques in a natural environment. Nick Rochowski makes use of the available light or uses lighting techniques in more of his projects. Check out his beautiful portfolio:http://www.rochowski.net/

In the book you can find a download link for an exclusive soundtrack made by Deepsea.

32 pages, Saddle stitched with copper, soft cover
Lithographic print on Fenner Paper Omnia 150gsm, uncoated
305mm x 235mm
ISBN: 978-0-9569857-0-5
Printed and bound in the UK by Push-Print
Published November 3rd 2011
Edition of 250

More information about the book here: www.rokovpublishing.com

December 3, 2011 0

David picchiottino

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December 3, 2011 0

chris round

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Found in our Flickr-group.

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