Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze series "Blue Moments" shown in Paris at "fotofever" shows impressive monochromatic pictures of cityscapes and skylines with highrise buildings in HK. "The Blue Moment" is the small period of time in the dawn of a new day.
All Images: © Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze
Paris in November
The morbid charm that is sometimes attributed to Venice in this season, is to be guessed in a French variant a little in Paris. Exactly this mood I have tried to capture in the following pictures ... See the series
This exhibition in the Opelvillen presents about 200 portrait and fashion photographs from some of the most interesting photographers from the former GDR. Many fashion photos are embedded in everyday scenes and locations of the working world. The women look self-confident, elegant and at the same time natural. This happened far beyond today's popular lifestyle backgrounds.Read More
The photography festival "Paris Photo" and the Ville de Paris have partnered to create an online visual glossary of photographic techniques. For example: albumen prints, ambrotypes, canotype, daguérrotype, silver gelatin prints and pigment inkjet prints. This is not only interesting for art collectors, but also for other art and photography enthusiasts in general. In addition, some old techniques are again popular, e.g. wetplate or collodium photography.
Here is the link: https://www.parisphoto.com/en/Glossary/
Images from one of the traditional breweries in Berlin. I took the photographs as a youngster in the last century. Meanwhile the factory no longer exists at the location.Read More
Analogue or digital photography? Finding the differences: not only in technique but also in look and feel of a picture.Read More
Fire, water and ice is the title of this series of works from Iceland in the last century. In a few places in the world, these three aspects are so impressive.Read More
The Renaissance artists changed the view of the people of the Middle Ages. Their design principles are still interesting today, and some photographers also deal with it.Read More
Since 1996 Paris has been the world capital of photography every November. Then the biggest European fair for photographic art takes place here ...Read More