Between April 2 and April 17, the Milk Gallery in New York will be celebrating photographer Dennis Stock, a great observer of the American life and culture, famous for his black and white portrayal of Hollywood’s golden era. James Dean, Audrey Hepburn, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday are only a few of the stars who will be featured in the “Dennis Stock Photographs” retrospective exhibition.
Since the camera is the technological extension of the eye, it’s no wonder that Julia Fullerton-Batten wanted to investigate what it would be like to live without it, in a world known otherwise. She makes us look where we would usually avert our eyes, towards a world that is equally unknown, strange and fascinating.
Self described as a sleepless, perky, easy going and inspired youngster, Benjamin von Wong is a professional photographer and visual engineer. One of his latest projects was an international collaboration with Andrey DAS, a master pyrotechnician, and the designer Virginie Marcerou, during his European tour. Combining amazing designer clothes with smoke, fire and sparklers, van Wong gives some valuable advice on fire shooting.
Nikon faces serious criticism for producing rifle scopes, while presenting itself as wildlife friendly. Of course, they do not kill the wild animals themselves. But isn’t selling the necessary equipment for doing so a way of supporting the hunting game?
Photos taken by the Google’s Street View cars show the disaster produced by the earthquake and tsunami around the Fukushima nuclear plant. A panorama of digital images was created and now is available online.
One of the most popular of all photographic subjects, if not the most, the portrait is appealing to amateurs and professionals alike. What happens if the subject at hand is not your grandma or your new born child, but one of the most powerful men in the world, the President of the United States?
This year Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition celebrates and promotes all the winners from this prestigious award. Among the winners are Tobias Brauning and his “Dancing Queen” and Mitch Dobrowner, who received the famous L’Iris d’Or.
Elisabeth Lee Miller was an active participant in the surrealist movement, Man Ray’s photographic assistant, fashion model and war correspondent, and most importantly, a very talented photographer. Starting April 23rd an exhaustive collection of her works will be available online.