Lucia Helena Siepmann

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Our favourite images of the week

The most stunning travel photos from this past week, capturing Bolivia’s beautiful, untraveled landscapes, Santorini’s rainbow-coloured cliffs and more.

Beijing’s extraordinary Grand Canal

Although few locals realize it, the once powerful Grand Canal is seeing new life in Beijing's suburb of Tongzhou.<p>When I told Beijingers what my itinerary for their city included, they nodded along. The Forbidden City, of course. Tiananmen Square, yes. The Great Wall, naturally.<p><b>Related slideshow:</b> …

Life After Dark: Helpful Tips for Street Photography at Night

To the surprise of no one, the topic of light is relatively common here on Light Stalking; search the archives and you can easily find plenty of …

How does the iPhone hold up against a serious camera?

A couple of notes on my methodology. One of the main advantages of interchangeable lens cameras is that, well, the lenses are interchangeable, letting you obliterate backgrounds into nothingness with wide apertures, or shoot far-off subjects with telephoto zooms. Another advantage of pro cameras is …

Leica Announces the Leica M-P, a Humble Upgrade Focused on Speed and Durability

Leica has officially unleashed their next M-series camera, the Leica M-P. Almost identical to the Leica M in its design and functionality, a number …

Read Everywhere, Part 7 (or, the Hashtag Wars)

By Dan Piepenbring August 8, 2014<p><i>The Paris Review</i>’s Hailey Gates with a remarkably familiar slogan outside the New York Public Library.<p>This week, the New York Public Library launched a campaign to celebrate “the excitement and personal joy of reading”—an initiative we wholeheartedly support.<p>As do …

Overheard in New York

By Sadie Stein August 8, 2014<p>Georgios Jakobides, <i>The First Steps</i>, 1889<p>Now that it is going to be sold, my grandparents’ house, and the summers we spent there, seem cloaked in romance. I remember the trips to the thrift store, the games in the phalanx of sheds, the maple bars from Red’s Donuts, …

Paris Review - Primo Levi, The Art of Fiction No. 140

Interviewed by Gabriel Motola<p>Issue 134, Spring 1995<p>Born in Turin in 1919 of middle-class parents whose ancestors fled the Spanish Inquisition, Primo Levi was subjected in the thirties first to Italian racial laws that threatened his academic studies, and then to German racial edicts that threatened …

Paris Review - Mario Vargas Llosa, The Art of Fiction No. 120

Interviewed by Susannah Hunnewell and Ricardo Augusto Setti<p>Issue 116, Fall 1990<p>Mario Vargas Llosa, ca. 2011. Photograph by Arild Vågen<p>In this interview Mario Vargas Llosa speaks of the inviolable mornings he spends in his office writing, seven days a week. In the fall of 1988, however, he decided …

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Vibrant and dramatic, this collection is ideal for outdoor and lifestyle photography, modern portraiture, and sunwashed settings.<p>$59.00 USD<p>These …

Badwater Death Valley California

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What We’re Reading: Adelle Waldman, “Mating,” V. S. Pritchett

Adelle Waldman tackles a daunting challenge in <b>“The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.,”</b> to write from a man’s point of view about women. How accurate is it? I can’t know, but the book certainly felt real to me in its depiction of relationships, their endings, and the vagaries of the G train. I was also …