Zisis Kardianos

746 Added | 12 Magazines | 361 Likes | 14 Following | 76 Followers | @zisiskardianos | Hi, my name is Zisis Kardianos. I’m an amateur photographer based in  Zakynthos, Greece. I’m passionate about all arts and for thinking creatively. Photography is my obsession along with photo-book collecting and printing. www.zisiskardianos.com

Inside out: Klaus Pichler’s unseen worlds

<b>Austria. The Art of Discovery</b><b>, an exclusive British Journal of Photography commission supported by the</b> <b>Austrian National Tourist Office,</b><b> as part of …

European Travel

‘Okinawa’: Remembering Takuma Nakahira in a different light

A figure stood on Zushi Beach in Kanagawa Prefecture one night in 1973, silhouetted against a fire as he fed piles of prints and negatives ...

Adam Bellefeuil • Raleigh

Please introduce yourself: what’s your name, where are you from, what do you do?<p>My name is Adam Bellefeuil. I grew up in suburban Detroit, Michigan …

North Carolina

5 Awesome Photography Related YouTube Channels You Probably Don’t Know About

When it comes to Photography related YouTube channels, we’ve all probably heard of the big names; Kai Wong (formerly) of Digital Rev, Ted Forbes of …

Landscape Photography

How to Get Pastel Colors in Your Photos

How I Got That Residency: Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Light Work Artist in Residence

<b>PDN: How did you select the portfolio of 10-20 images that you submitted to Light Work?</b> <b><br>Jennifer Garza-Cuen:</b> I submitted the Eden series [from her …

Creative Writing

Amazing Color Photographs Capture Everyday Life in Southern California From Between the 1940s and 1960s

Charles Phoenix is a dude who has done a great service to mankind. He has traveled to countless thrift stores and estate sales rescuing abandoned …

Amazing

Tracing the roots of Araki’s obsession with the erotic image

Dubbed Japan’s most-controversial photographer, Nobuyoshi Araki has, for nearly half a century, pushed the boundaries of respectability to near-buckling point – and beyond.<p>A new retrospective exhibition co-curated by Maggie Mustard and Mark Snyder at New York’s Museum of Sex celebrates the …

Japan

How Andreas Levers Does His Beautiful "At Night" Series of Photos

<i>All images by Andreas Levers. Used with permission.</i><p>We’ve featured the work of Andreas Levers here on the website before a number of times, but …

Photography

Interview: Peter Bialobrzeski

Books Interview: Peter Bialobrzeski One late night (and one simultaneously early morning) in July 2016 Christopher J Johnson of photo-eye Bookstore …

Books

A Sense of Place: Photographs by Stefanie Klavens, Sarah Malakoff and Remi Thornton

The Dana Hall Art Gallery at The Dana Hall School in Wellesley, MA presents an exhibition, A Sense of Place, running Feb. 15–March 9. The show …

Photographers

There is Money in Photobooks But!

Image from Whitewash by Harit Srikhao<p>Akina is one of my favourite publishers. They make beautifully produced books ant Valentina Abenavoli and Alex …

Metropolis: Bauhaus-inspired urban photography – in pictures

In his series Metropolis, photographer Alan Schaller interprets the disconnection between people in the digital age. The series examines the way in which we are dwarfed by the world around us, and how that feels. Schaller was born in London, where Metropolis also began. The majority of the …

Street Photography

Stephen Shore on How to See

Photographer Stephen Shore has long been a believer in breaking with visual conventions.<p>Throughout his decades-spanning career, Shore has left an …

Street Photography

Andreas Gursky Is Taking Photos of Things That Do Not Exist

LONDON — German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her three predecessors sit in an orderly row; between them, these four figures have led Germany since 1974. Pictured through a window and from behind, they gaze at a huge abstract painting on the wall in front of them.<p>The moment would have been …

Art

Graduate Photography Online 2007-2017 - Top 150

Patrick Witty, top National Geographic photo editor, left after sexual harassment investigation - Vox

Deputy director of photography Patrick Witty is accused of a wide variety of harassment.<p>In November 2017, several women at National Geographic pressured the magazine’s human resources department to investigate Patrick Witty, then deputy director of photography, for allegedly abusing his power in …

Journalism

The Best Photo Books of 2017

There are great photo books every year, and 2017 was no exception. But something about the strained times intensified my feelings about the work I saw this year. The role of art felt more urgent, both as a response to the general political disorder and as a refuge from it. I didn’t merely like or …

Books

The PhotoBook as a Literary Form

Teju Cole’s first photobook unfolds the possibilities of text and image.By Rick MoodyIs there not a formidable hybridization going on these days that …

Books

The Dream Collector: How Arthur Tress’ Images of Dreams & Nightmares Changed Photography

Arthur Tress is a master storyteller who first gained recognition with his hauntingly beautiful book of images: <i>The Dream Collector</i> (Richmond, …

Stuart Franklin • On Ambiguity

Alec Soth Fisherman. Sleeping by the Mississippi. Wickliffe, Kentucky. USA. 2002. © Alec Soth | Magnum Photos<p>Ambiguity in photography begins with …

Street Photography

Joel Meyerowitz: Where I Find Myself

‘Where I Find Myself’ is the first major single book retrospective of one of America’s leading photographers. As the title indicates, it is organized …

Street Photography

Bertien van Manen

The rapacious threat of darkness was rapidly consuming the last glimmers of that day’s light, as crystalised raindrops penetrated every fibre of my …

Literature

Allan Sekula

MACK has a warranted reputation for photobooks, but also well deserving of acknowledgment are their series of collected essays by prominent …

Art

Ron Jude

Ron Jude’s book <i>Lago</i> presents a holistic reiteration of what Sally Eauclaire defined in the early 1980’s with her highly influential <i>The New Color</i> …

Landscape Photography

The Street Philosophy of Garry Winogrand By Geoff Dyer

Garry Winogrand—along with Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander—was one of the most important photographers of the 1960s and 1970s, as well as one of the …

Street Photography

The new-look Britain – in pictures

What does it mean to be British today? Simon Roberts has been trying to find out – as a landscape photographer and an official general election artist

I left my dream job to build something new

Eighteen months ago I walked away from a career in journalism that I loved, to build a startup, Verifeye Media.<p>For almost a decade I worked as a …

Who put the ‘free’ in freelance?

Why we can’t subsist on subsistence journalism<p><i>Written by John D McHugh</i><p>Freelance journalists voluntarily chose to endure innumerable difficulties and …

Employment

My best winter photograph

A polar limousine, ice skyscrapers in China, a New York snowstorm, Sitting Bull’s descendant at a pipeline protest, and a flying figure-skater … top photographers pick their coolest shot<p>‘There were more dogs than people’<p><i>Naoki Ishikawa</i><p>I took this one Christmas 15 years ago, in the port town of …