Archive for July, 2009

Master Digital Black & White Photography With a New eBook from Luminescence of Nature Press

| July 29, 2009 | 0 Comments

Luminescence of Nature Press is pleased to announce the release of The Photographer’s Guide to Silver Efex Pro, the latest eBook by photographer and author Jason P. Odell, Ph.D. The Photographer’s Guide to Silver Efex Pro is a comprehensive PDF tutorial that guides photographers through the steps of digital black and white conversion using the […]

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German Filmmaker and L.A. Documentarian Eckhart Schmidt Announces His First Major Photography Exhibit and Book – Window Girls

| July 24, 2009 | 0 Comments

Window Girls – represents a world slated for demolition. The Hollywood Boulevard of old is in the process of being remodelled as a modern tourist attraction and shopping mall. Old and unique stores are disappearing. Eckhart Schmidt’s project chronicles the last moments of the bizarre world of Hollywood Boulevard mannequins. Eckhart Schmidt on his photographic […]

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Book Documenting The London Show by Adam Neate

| July 21, 2009 | 0 Comments

On the night of November 14th 2008, helped by a team of distributors, artist Adam Neate staged The London Show randomly distributing 1000 individually numbered unique multiples, printed on cardboard and shrink wrapped in cellophane, through the 33 Boroughs, transforming London into a gallery space. The performance generated an incredible impact within the artistic community, […]

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Along the Waters Edge – the Photography of Tim Wolcott

| July 20, 2009 | 0 Comments

Along the Water’s Edge, published by the Gallery of the American Landscape, is a volume of exceptional photographs made over the past twenty years. Timothy Wolcott, a fine art landscape photographer and pioneer in pigment photography, has captured images of rivers, streams, waterfalls and oceans like you have never seen them. Shooting with medium and […]

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Monograph on Marie Sechtlova, one of most influential Czech photographers of 1960s

| July 18, 2009 | 0 Comments

Monograph on Marie Šechtlová, one of most influential Czech photographers of 1960s, with texts by the author, Antonín Dufek and Jan Kříž. Book contains 100 full page photographs from her most famous series including Nudes, New York, Russia, Romani People, Circus, Music, portraits of Josef Šíma, František Hrubín, Jean Effel etc. Book contains also additional […]

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Susan Meiselas: In History Receives the 2009 Rencontres d’Arles Historical Book Award

| July 16, 2009 | 0 Comments

Susan Meiselas: In History (ICP/Steidl 2008) has received the 2009 Rencontres d’Arles Historical Book Award. This prestigious award is given to the best thematic or monographic documentary work about photography or a photographer. Published in conjunction with the major exhibition at the International Center of Photography, the catalogue is the first compendium of Meiselas’s work. […]

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Center for Railroad Photography & Art Releases Illustrated Guide to North American Railroad History

| July 15, 2009 | 0 Comments

A quick-and-easy illustrated guide called “North American Railroad History in a Nutshell” is now available from the Center for Railroad Photography & Art ( “Nutshell” showcases 50 images, 22 in color, each accompanied by a description that explains each image’s importance and how it relates to railroad history. The selection summarizes in 48 pages the […]

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