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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

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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.

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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

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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,

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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 […]