Shinichi Maruyama’s Nudes Photography Concept
It’s not exactly high praise to like a photographer for his work with stills. But Japan-bred, New York-based Shinichi Maruyama brings so-real-you-can-touch-it movement to his work. Already a favorite feature on this site for his work with Isaora a few years back, Shinichi’s latest series takes a


Andreas Gursky at Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf
Andreas Gursky – Katar, (2012), courtesy Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf written by Guest Blogger Margherita Visentini Digital landscape photographer Andreas Gursky is on view right now and until January 13th at Museum Kunstpalast, in Düsseldorf, Germany.


Steve Back: Hutt Lagoon
Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin At first glance, Steve Back’s photography is confusing, ambiguous and completely mesmerizing— his mission accomplished.  As an engineer turned commercial photographer, Back’s


Mitch Payne: Poultry Series
Mitch Payne explores modern techniques within still life photography. His portfolio is consistently colorful, and bold, experimenting with form, light and the abstract. Often his focal point,


Richard Silver’s NYC Church Panoramas
A tad bit dizzying, but dazzling nonetheless, the always-creative photographer Richard Silver puts a spin on our usual view of panoramic pictures. Instead of shooting a landscape of pews and aisles, his NY Churches: A Unique Perspective series is a long shot of the church ceiling, with assortments of art, grids, and balconies. “Each photo […]