Stella Polaris* Ulloriarsuaq is an international photographic art project that captures Greenland’s disappearing ice in breathtaking photos and film. With extraordinary photographs shot during the polar night, the venture sheds light upon the fragility of the world of ice. The project team includes Nomi Baumgartl (photographer and initiator), Sven Nieder (photographer), Yatri N. Niehaus (film […]
From MONO: Ralph Gibson was very critical of digital photography until he held a Leica M Monochrom in his hands. Then he began using on to play with shadows – on street corners, on women’s bodies, and in the studio. In January he celebrated his 75th birthday, and also started a whole new chapter as […]
Scott Tansey has been taking photographs for over 40 years. He has been highlighted on the Leica blog and has exhibited recently at gB Gallery, Bergamot Station and other LA galleries. In addition, his photographs have been published in Audubon Magazine and Consumer Reports. His panoramic format has been his preferred imagery of choice. This […]
Manuel Pandalis was born in 1972 in Brilon, Germany and began his career in photography by assisting professional photographers during his early twenties. After a five-year interlude in the music industry, he returned to assisting, and in 2004 started his freelance work specializing in fashion and portraiture in Hamburg. Pandalis opened his own studio two […]
Peter Turnley, a prolific and award winning photojournalist, has also continually photographed the life of Paris, his adopted home. His tender, humorous, and sensual view of Paris, offers distinct contrast to the stark realities depicted in his photojournalism. He has photographed extensively the life of Paris these past forty years and is one of the […]
Semetko’s photographs capture the “authentic human experience,” by featuring the absurd and ironic within daily life. His exhibition includes iconic images from his highly popular “UNPOSED” series, AMERICA, a project that spans America’s local towns and back roads catching the ridiculous and the offbeat.
GRIDLOCK I speak about how detail and space affects the worlds I photograph. So too am I affected by one’s daily surrounding me. Gridlock is such a series. About being a Californian. About being in a car. About traffic. I am photographing from my driver’s window, first with my viewfinder-less Leica D-Lux 3, and now […]