As of four years ago, I’ve wanted to visit Iceland. Friends have told me of the stunning natural beauty and strangely impressive landscapes. I still want to visit. But while I wait till the right time comes along, I’ll enjoy Kilian Schoenberger’s beautiful images of the vast, lonely landscape.
Stephanie Jung is a German photographer with a very individual perspective on urban landscapes. Her multiple exposure series from Japan is particularly impressive, featuring her unique view on areas such as Tokyo, Osaka, Shibuya and Nara.
German photographer Christian Bothner is one of the reasons why wide-angle 16-35mm lenses were invented. It’s his colour, framing and unique angles, which enable him to capture extraordinary locations around the world.
Through striking imagery of gravity-defying beans, toast, herring, and more, German photographer, Oliver Schwarzwald, has turned ordinary brekkie into something amazing. Originally shot for German magazine Feld Hommes, this series of beautifully composed photographs lovingly treats naked food — stripped of bowls, spoons, or cups — as its subject.
German photographer and video artist Mirko Martin has some great photos of car crashes, arrests, and street scenes taken in LA. They are very much imbued with the character of the city, blurring the distinction between Hollywood and reality.
Barbra Proust is a German-born photographer exploring the idea of a photographic moment. Her ‘Exposures’ (bare with me) are multiple photographs of the same event or subject from different angles and various distances. She uses a radio-controlled release system to simultaneously trigger the camera shutters. It’s out with the single gaze and in with the […]