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Wonderland - Photographs and text by Kirsty Mitchell | LensCulture

“Wonderland” began in the summer of 2009 and has now been running for over 5 years. It is created in memory of my mother, who died in 2008 of cancer.<p>My mother was an English teacher and literature was her passion. Of course, there is too much to write here, but following her death, I suffered …

Los 10 mandamientos del hipster

<b>El hipster ya tiene su propia infografía gracias a Elkano Data. Esta agencia creativa de diseño de la información se ha propuesto hacer una disección</b> …

An Interview With Antoine D’Agata - Photographs by and interviews with Antoine D'Agata | LensCulture

<i>Antoine D’Agata is an itinerant figure: a photographer, a film-maker, a world wanderer, a member of Magnum Photos. As an artist, he is most widely-known for his graphic and intense images (some of which can be seen above). But during a brief sit-down with LensCulture managing editor Alexander</i> …

Martín De Pasquale y sus imágenes imposibles

Martín De Pasquale es un diseñador nacido en Buenos Aires en 1988, que crea imágenes surrealistas mediante una cámara, Photoshop y su dilatada …

Horse

Project info<p>Horses were a big part of my life as I was growing up - they were my escape but after the age of 18, I had very little to do with them until my daughter started riding lessons. Just over a year ago I started working with these horses - most of them cobs or natives such a fell or Dales. …

Aprende iluminación fotográfica con un simulador completamente gratuito

La iluminación en fotografía es muy importante ya que sin luz no podría existir. Una iluminación básica consiste en el uso de tres luces: principal, …

Between the Lake and the Sea - Photographs by and interview with Karlis Bergs | LensCulture

I have always had a deep respect for people who live in connection with nature. In their lives, nature holds a special place, in some ways deeper than their relationships with the people around them. For these individuals, the sea and forest become greater than any one person and for them nature is …

In 1948, Magnum's Philippe Halsman made this photograph with friend/collaborator Salvador Dali, and titled it DALI ATOMICUS. Years later he wrote about the shoot: "Six hours and twenty-eight throws later, the result satisfied my striving for perfection...My assistants and I were wet, dirty, and near complete exhaustion—only the cats still looked like new."