På Derbydagen kan du avnjuta Per Erik Berglunds fotokonst med galoppsporten i fokus. Du hittar utställningen i publikhallen närmast mål. Mer info om Per Erik Berglund på www.znapshot.se. Se fler galoppbilder på bloggen znapshotstudio.com
Dear friends. I am happy to announce that I have just returned from Yantai in China and the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. In the category Best Cookbook Photography I received a worldwide first price. I am very happy and honored. In photography and music, among many other subjects, it is very difficult, if possible, to find winners. Because of that I am especially honored and thankful for the best award that I have ever received. .
The images are from the book “Smörstekt, fortsättningen. Med LCHF-kost för hjärtat”.
Writer Gun-Marie Nachtnebel and graphic design Anna Gunneström.
If you have ever seen a Diane Arbus photograph you will remember it, and her very personal style. That can only be said about few photographers. Thank you Leif Skoogfors for sharing this interesting article.
I am afraid I will, and I am very sorry for that. If you live close enough you SHOULD go there. Paul Biddle is a very good friend of mine, and one of the best photographers that I know. And know of. He has the gift to always creating interesting and surprising images from his imagination.
Photography is also, among many other things, capturing dreams. Seeing the inner vision and to let that come out. Paul is one of the best. I am sure that he and his colleagues will create a wonderful exhibition that will open up your fantasy as well. Go see!
Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky is best known for his large-scale images of landscapes altered by industry. An exhibition of his new work Salt Pans, a series photographed from the air above the Little Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, India, is on show in London.
Often from an aerial perspective Burtynsky’s pictures have a painterly, abstract quality. This shot, taken in 2012, shows the Thjorsa River in Southern Region, Iceland.
“Nature transformed through industry is a predominant theme in my work,” says Burtynsky. “We are drawn by desire – a chance at good living, yet we are consciously or unconsciously aware that the world is suffering for our success.”
The project documents a disappearing landscape. The geometric patterns detail the network of wells and vehicle tracks made during the extraction of hundreds of tonnes of salt from the area.
Perhaps there will be a calender for the year of 2017. My friend Peter Schäublin, of Schaffhaussen, Switzerland and I have produced one every year since 1998. Missing only two years. Peter is an exceptional graphic designer, and a photographer himself. These are the first outlines.