Pygmalion Karatzas | Salt Pans | Mount Athos
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by Kay Ziv
1M ago
Pygmalion Karatzas 2 Series: Salt Pans | Mount Athos Salt Pans Salt Pans | Pygmalion Karatzas © All rights reserved. The Messolonghi-Aitoliko lagoon complex is located in the north part of the Gulf of Patras on the central west coast of Greece. With its shallow area of 150 sq. km. extended between the Acheloos and Evinos rivers, it is one of the most important wetlands in the Mediterranean. The ecosystem comprises six lagoons that are part of the Natura 2000 network protected by the Ramsar Convention. The open and closed type lagoons communicate with the sea along channels and receive fresh wa ..read more
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DANIEL KORDAN | An Exclusive Interview
Lens Magazine » Fine Art Photography
by Kay Ziv
2M ago
Greenland red sails workshop. Daniel Kordan © All rights reserved. An Exclusive Interview With DANIEL KORDAN BY ARIEL SU Daniel Kordan in Japan, Tumpak Cewu waterfall, Indonesia – Java island. Daniel Kordan © All rights reserved. Daniel Kordan is one of the most influential adventure and landscape photographers worldwide. Daniel is an International award-winning photographer with significant clients such as Apple, Gazprom Neft’, S7 Airlines, and RedBull. Currently based in Tuscany, Italy. Kordan grew up in Moscow and started his photography journey in early childhood while focusing mainly on n ..read more
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Jolene Sedgwick | Hidden Gems
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by Kay Ziv
3M ago
Hidden Gems By Jolene Sedgwick Defunded Focal Length: 24mm. Shutter Speed: 1/160. ISO: 160 Jolene Sedgwick © All rights reserved. “My initial curiosity about what these abandoned houses looked like inside led me to explore the property and share my discoveries with coworkers.” – Jolene Sedgwick Jolene Sedgwick © All rights reserved. I am a self-taught photographer driven by an insatiable curiosity for abandoned places and a profound appreciation for their architecture and the untold stories they hold. My photography journey was purely coincidental, sparked by a chance encounter with an aband ..read more
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David LaChapelle | An Exclusive, Intimate Interview With Legendary Photographer
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by Kay Ziv
3M ago
“We can be a prism and not just a reflection of society. This is the true meaning of being an artist. We can also enlighten people through our work and put more attention on the return to nature. We are in the dark ages and need enlightenment, a new Renaissance.” – David LaChapelle ‘Lorenzo il Magnifico’ Lifetime Achievement Award Fortezza da Basso, Florence | 17 October, 2023 LaChapelle is honored as the recipient of the ‘Lorenzo il Magnifico’ Lifetime Achievement Award at the “XIV Florence Biennale. International Exhibition of Contemporary Art and Design,” for his unparalleled influence, i ..read more
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LOUIS IRUELA | WOODLANDS OF MADRID
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by Kay Ziv
3M ago
WOODLANDS OF MADRID By Louis Iruela Woodlands of Madrid. Rain Louis Iruela © All rights reserved. “My creative process is very chaotic. It’s hard to meet rainy conditions in Spain for days at a time, so when I am blessed with the opportunity to take out my camera, I do so quickly and always use a handheld camera to take advantage of the chance.” -Louis Iruela LOUIS IRUELA Woodlands of Madrid. A Haunted Song Louis Iruela © All rights reserved. “Rain is my favorite color” Right: Woodlands of Madrid. Insomnia Left: Louis Iruela. Portrait © All rights reserved. I grew up on the outskirts of Ma ..read more
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BRICE GELOT | 167
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by Kay Ziv
3M ago
167 By Brice Gelot Brice Gelot © All rights reserved. 167 is a long-term documentary look at a tower complex built as a result of Law 167, which was passed in 1962. It is located in the Scampia district of Naples, Italy, the most dangerous neighborhood in Europe, which has become famous for its high crime rate and general state of disrepair. “I was born for this shit. I live for photography, which will flow in my bloodstream until the very end.” – Brice Gelot Brice Gelot © All rights reserved. Brice Gelot © All rights reserved. Through my photos, I want to raise awareness about the difficult ..read more
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Special Article| MASTER CLASS: Sandro Miller & Mark Edward Harris
Lens Magazine » Fine Art Photography
by Kay Ziv
3M ago
Special article by Dafna Navarro, CEO & Editor-in-Chief | Lens Magazine: MASTER CLASS: Sandro Miller & Mark Edward Harris If there were a photographic mutual admiration society, Chicago and Mallorca-based Sandro Miller and Los Angeles and Tokyo-based Mark Edward Harris would be charter members for all the kind words they have to say about each other’s imagery and work ethics. And those who have been fortunate enough to attend one of their master classes not only extol those virtues in the award-winning photographers but add their appreciation for the skill in which the two are able to ..read more
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Simple Magical Things | Kristina Makeeva
Lens Magazine » Fine Art Photography
by Kay Ziv
3M ago
Kristina Makeeva © All rights reserved. Kristina Makeeva Simple Magical Things Kristina Makeeva © All rights reserved. “Everyone is surrounded by the amount of magic that he is able to see.” In photography, as in life, nothing can be perfect. Kristina Makeeva sees the ideal as dull. Novice photographers learn combination and color from previous generations’ experiences to step back from this when they begin their journey as a creator. As with artists, few initially painted with dots or brushstrokes, fingers, and dashes; at first, almost everyone learns how to draw a realistic image. Kris ..read more
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ARK | By Can Shengli
Lens Magazine » Fine Art Photography
by Kay Ziv
3M ago
ARK | By Can Shengli “They don’t have the pet status of cats and dogs; they are just food in the human mouth. On their final journey, they are as numb or suffering as refugees, like the cages of Salvador City under the lens of photographer Giles Clarke.” – Can Shengli Can Shengli © All rights reserved. What does a delicious fried chicken grilled pork chop on the table have to do with a big truck on the highway? Through the transport of livestock and poultry vehicles, we make a journey about life. They don’t have the pet status of cats and dogs; they are just food in the human mouth. On their ..read more
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Alice de Kruijs | SAHARA GIANTS
Lens Magazine » Fine Art Photography
by Kay Ziv
3M ago
SAHARA GIANTS By Alice de Kruijs Alice de Kruijs © All rights reserved. When in 2000, paleontologist Paul Sereno went to look for new dinosaur bones in the Sahara Desert, he did not expect to return from there as an archaeologist. But, arriving in the northeast of Niger, Sereno and his colleagues day after day sifting through the sand of Tenere desert, one of the most inhospitable deserts in the world, which even the nomadic inhabitants of the Sahara called “desert in the desert.” There were practically no finds. In the evening on the last day of the excavation, the scientists were about to le ..read more
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