“Game of Thrones” star Kit Harington heats up Out’s 2015 “Hot List” in photo shoot by Nino Muñoz

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Kit Harington. Photo by Nino Muñoz for Out.

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Photo by Nino Muñoz.

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Photo by Nino Muñoz.

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Photo by Nino Muñoz.

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Photo by Nino Muñoz.

 

Tonight in NYC: Join Art Streiber and 5 top photo directors for a spirited discussion about magazine photography

Tonight at the SVA Theater in New York City, award-winning photographer Art Streiber will be moderating a panel discussion on magazine photography called “Big Shots,” which promises to reveal “The Business, Backstories, and Bulls#*t Behind the Most Exciting Job in Publishing.”

He’ll be joined by Clinton Cargill, director of photography at Bloomberg Businessweek; Casey Tierney Stenger, photo director at Real Simple; Jeanne Graves, director of photography at Men’s Health; Lisa Martin, director of photography at InStyle; and Lisa Berman, director of photography at Entertainment Weekly.

“Big Shots” is sponsored by the Society of Publication Designers. Tickets for the event are $10 for SPD members and $20 for nonmembers. Doors open at 6:30, and the talk begins at 7. Get your ticket here.

 

 

 

Doug Menuez’s new portrait series shines a light on EG, an exclusive conference for the world’s most creative innovators

At the recent EG 9 conference in Monterey, California, Doug Menuez shot a series of portraits of attendees entirely with an iPhone, as part of a collaboration with Russell Preston Brown, creative director at Adobe.

“What is EG? Think of a smaller, funkier TED, with an eclectic, electric gathering of talent, knowledge, tech, and soul, delivered over three days,” Doug explains.

Below, a small selection of the portraits. Read more about the project, and see more images, here. Watch Russell’s short video of Doug shooting the portraits here. And to see more of Doug’s work, visit stocklandmartel.com/menuez.

 

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Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

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Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Photo by Doug Menuez.

Winter flashback: Nigel Cox’s “Drift”

Now that New York City’s record-setting winter is safely behind us, we can finally look back on it with some perspective. Yes, the days were horribly cold and the snowfall seemingly constant. But there was beauty too, and Nigel Cox’s photographs are the proof. Below, the latest installment of his “Drift” series. Click here to see the whole series.

 

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

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Photo by Nigel Cox.

 

 

Lauren Greenfield, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber to be published in American Photography’s new photo annual

Congratulations to Lauren Greenfield, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber, whose work will be published in American Photography‘s new photo annual, AI31. More than 9,000 images were submitted to the competition, and only 326 were selected by a majority vote to appear in AP31. Below, their winning images…

 

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“Gone Girls: Human Trafficking on the Home Front,” Los Angeles magazine, October 2014. Two young women use their phones’ flashlights to obscure their faces while being photographed waiting for johns along South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. Lieutenant Andre Dawson, a detective of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Human Trafficking unit, identifies the women as sex workers and says the average age of prostitutes in Los Angeles is 12 years old.

 

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“There Will Be Blood,” The New Yorker, September 2014. To accompany a piece about the Wordless Music Series and the creative alliance between Paul Thomas Anderson and the composer Jonny Greenwood (pictured), who scored There Will Be Blood and also plays guitar in Radiohead.

 

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“If Michael Keaton Were a Bird He Would Be a Cat,” Entertainment Weekly, October 2014.

 

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“Two Heads Are,” Entertainment Weekly, August 2014. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele acted as guest editors for an issue of Entertainment Weekly. The idea for the oversized sweater came from EW director of photography Lisa Berman.

 

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“Cumberbitches,” New York magazine, November 7, 2014. New York asked me to capture the fan hysteria surrounding Benedict Cumberbatch, specifically the attention he gets from teenage girls.

 

Time magazine’s Lightbox blog features Tobias Hutzler’s aerial photos of New York

To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Time magazine published a portfolio of Tobias Huztler‘s aerial photographs of New York’s beaches and parks edited by Kira Pollack, Time‘s director of photography.

Even though the images, which he photographed with an toward giving them a graphic quality, were shot in different boroughs, they are less about a specific place and more about life in the city.

“Hutzler’s images are devoid of any distracting landmarks or features, concentrating instead on New Yorkers and how they appropriate these spaces,” writes Time‘s Olivier Laurent.

Tobias shot the photos from a helicopter in conjunction with NYOnair, which specializes in aerial visuals.

“I’d open the door, strap myself, stand up, and lean out so I could shoot straight down,” he tells Time. “I wanted my images to be very graphic, so I shot around noon when the sun was straight up. There are no shadows, so it’s really about the people—the constellations of people.”

Below, a small selection of Tobias’ aerial photographs. View the 22-image portfolio published by Time here.

 

Coney Island, Brooklyn. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

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A pier in Brooklyn. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

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Brooklyn Bridge Park container pool. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

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Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

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McCarren Park pool, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

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Orchard Beach, the Bronx. Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

 

 

 

Fulvio Bonavia’s artful still lifes evoke the “Pure Origin” of three special varieties of Nespresso

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Brazil, Pure Origin Grand Cru. Photo by Fulvio Bonavia for Nespresso.

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Guatemala, Pure Origin Grand Cru. Photo by Fulvio Bonavia for Nespresso.

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India, Pure Origin Grand Cru. Photo by Fulvio Bonavia for Nespresso.

 

Who’s thirsty? Enjoy four delicious photos of summer drinks shot by Nigel Cox for the June issue of InStyle, just in time for Memorial Day weekend

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The French 75. Photo by Nigel Cox. Food styling by Jamie Kimm.

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Infused with cucumber. Photo by Nigel Cox. Food styling by Jamie Kimm.

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Lemonade. Photo by Nigel Cox. Food styling by Jamie Kimm.

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The classic margarita. Photo by Nigel Cox. Food styling by Jamie Kimm.

 

Annabel Mehran photographs philanthropist Topaz Page-Green for The Edit

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Topaz Page-Green. Photo by Annabel Mehran.

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Photo by Annabel Mehran.

 

Read the interview with Topaz Page-Green here.

Uwe Duettmann photographs the A 45 AMG for Mercedes-Benz

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for Mercedes.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for Mercedes.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for Mercedes.

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Photo by Uwe Duettmann for Mercedes.

 

credits

agency: Jung von Matt Alster
art director: Johannes Riffelmacher
postproduction: Digitales Leben

 

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