Posts Tagged: landscape

Extraordinary Trees of New York City: Benjamin Swett

Benjamin Swett is a New York-based photographer specializing in nature and architecture, with a particular interest in combining photographs with text. He worked for the New York City Parks Department from 1988 until 2001 before going out on his own

Extraordinary Trees of New York City: Benjamin Swett

Benjamin Swett is a New York-based photographer specializing in nature and architecture, with a particular interest in combining photographs with text. He worked for the New York City Parks Department from 1988 until 2001 before going out on his own

Corinne Silva

Discover: Corinne Silva Born in Leeds, UK in 1976, Artist Corinne Silva lives and works in London and is currently studying for a doctorate at the University of the Arts London. Her work investigates the politics of frontier spaces, diaspora

Corinne Silva

Discover: Corinne Silva Born in Leeds, UK in 1976, Artist Corinne Silva lives and works in London and is currently studying for a doctorate at the University of the Arts London. Her work investigates the politics of frontier spaces, diaspora

Masters of Photography: a video

Play Me I recently came across this Youtube video while doing a spot of research; it could be the (a-Mazing) Nick Drake soundtrack or the stunning Windows Movie Maker editing skills (zoom in-zoom out-zoom in…you get the picture) but I

Masters of Photography: a video

Play Me I recently came across this Youtube video while doing a spot of research; it could be the (a-Mazing) Nick Drake soundtrack or the stunning Windows Movie Maker editing skills (zoom in-zoom out-zoom in…you get the picture) but I

Friday Feature: Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky German-born Gursky is one of the most well known contemporary photographers of our time, famous for his large-scale, colour photographs. His comprehensive color photographs focus on the scale, texture and pattern of large landscapes. Gursky’s signature photographs are

Friday Feature: Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky German-born Gursky is one of the most well known contemporary photographers of our time, famous for his large-scale, colour photographs. His comprehensive color photographs focus on the scale, texture and pattern of large landscapes. Gursky’s signature photographs are

Top 3 Photography Exhibitions (London)

Must-see photography exhibitions in London: 1) Museum of London London Street Photography  ”Street photographs are at the heart of our understanding of London as a diverse and dynamic capital. They are characterised by an element of chance - a fortunate encounter,

Top 3 Photography Exhibitions (London)

Must-see photography exhibitions in London: 1) Museum of London London Street Photography  ”Street photographs are at the heart of our understanding of London as a diverse and dynamic capital. They are characterised by an element of chance - a fortunate encounter,

Saturday Spotlight: John Schott

John Schott Today’s Saturday Spotlight focuses on the acclaimed images of John Schott. Enjoy!

Saturday Spotlight: John Schott

John Schott Today’s Saturday Spotlight focuses on the acclaimed images of John Schott. Enjoy!

breath of fresh air: sculpture exhibition

I had the pleasure of attending the biennial Fresh Air 2011 sculpture exhibition currently being held in the garden and grounds of Cotswolds’ Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, UK. With a wide range of modern site-specific sculpture from local, regional and

breath of fresh air: sculpture exhibition

I had the pleasure of attending the biennial Fresh Air 2011 sculpture exhibition currently being held in the garden and grounds of Cotswolds’ Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, UK. With a wide range of modern site-specific sculpture from local, regional and

the trouble with wildlife photography

I’m sorry, I really am. But I just can’t stand wildlife photography. In fact, I find people showing me their backyard shots of red-breasted robins, feeding squirrels and vast skies with small speck (look, an owl!) yawn-inducing and an offensive waste

the trouble with wildlife photography

I’m sorry, I really am. But I just can’t stand wildlife photography. In fact, I find people showing me their backyard shots of red-breasted robins, feeding squirrels and vast skies with small speck (look, an owl!) yawn-inducing and an offensive waste

Saturday spotlight: John Szarkowski

I thought for today’s Saturday spotlight I’d focus on an incredible individual that helped build the reputation of fine art photography. He is credited with being one of the most influential visionaries of the 20th century who recognised the importance

Saturday spotlight: John Szarkowski

I thought for today’s Saturday spotlight I’d focus on an incredible individual that helped build the reputation of fine art photography. He is credited with being one of the most influential visionaries of the 20th century who recognised the importance