London-based advertising photographer John Offenbach often uses his vacations with his family as a chance to produce a mini personal project. He did a small series on the quaint, faded houses of Arcadia, Florida, and shot atmospheric oceanscapes in Marco Island, Florida, for example. Recently, he and his family went to Iceland for vacation. Here’s […]
. There’s a big difference between documenting what happens at a place and capturing the feel of it. For an assignment for the May 14 issue of The New Yorker (above), for which he photographed New York City skateparks, Tobias Hutzler was asked to do the latter. The photo, taken at the Pier 62 skatepark […]
Jorg Badura was recently in Chile for two weeks on an assignment that was in practice and spirit an adventure. From camping in a tent on a boat and hiking for three days in the backcountry to horseback riding in Estancia Mercedes, traveling by Zodiac up the Serrano River, admiring the iceberg-dotted Glacier Geike Lake by […]
We’re excited to announce that Stockland Martel has just signed automotive, conceptual, and landscape photographer Tobias Hutzler. Tobias, who is based primarily in New York but travels frequently to Southern California, is an inventive young photographer who presents familiar subjects in striking new ways. “Tobias has a unique perspective on everything he looks at,” says […]
. Got this photo from Walter Iooss yesterday morning. He’d taken it the night before, at Ditch Plains Beach. . . See more: Walter Iooss’ Montauk. . .
. In December 2010, Michael Wirth spent a week in Tokyo, observing the city through his camera. “I went on my own, and the first few days were quite lonely,” he recalls. “Sometimes it felt as though doors were closed to me. People were polite and helpful, and I always felt safe, but there are […]
I’ve never been to Argentina, but Martin Sigal‘s photographs make me want to book a flight there immediately, if not sooner. The images below are selections from a worldwide tourism campaign Martin shot that just came out. The tagline: “Argentina beats to your rhythm.” “We went from the very south of Argentina, which is Ushuaia, […]
. Joerg Colberg, who writes the blog Conscientious, recently interviewed Nadav Kander about his Prix Pictet–winning Yangtze project, a conversation that led the two into a discussion on the nuances that distinguish documentary work from art and the affinity between Nadav’s portraiture and his landscapes. Here’s an excerpt: . JC: If a lot of the […]