Jonathan Blaustein – Extinction Party

Review by Wayne Swanson •

Anyone who has put in time on the portfolio review circuit has probably encountered Jonathan Blaustein. He’s that rather intense reviewer with the moustache and goatee who is never at a loss for words, and always quick with a thumbs up or down on your work. 552 more words

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David Pace & Stephen Wirtz - Images in Transition

Review by Paul Anderson •

Images in Transition, Wirephotos 1938 – 1945 presents artistic interpretations of wartime wirephotos from the second world war. Wirephoto technology was used to transmit black and white photographs from the war-front back to media centers, in this case located in the United States. 587 more words

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Steve McCurry – Animals

Review by Gerhard Clausing

We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals. – Immanuel Kant •

Everyone photographs animals, but very few do it well. 524 more words

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Florian Schwarz – A Handful of Dust

Review by Wayne Swanson •

German photographer Florian Schwarz takes on the entire universe in his new book A Handful of Dust.

Schwarz spent four years traveling to observatories in some of the most remote places on Earth. 435 more words

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Joyce Fischer Rohrmoser – Rent a Foreigner

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

China, the country that mass-produces for the rest of the world, has also undergone many internal changes in the 21st century, and this project illuminates one such aspect: the upscale desires of China’s rising middle class. 555 more words

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Melissa Borman – A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter

Review by Douglas Stockdale •

In Melissa Borman’s self-published book, A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter, she captures her subjects being actively engaged with the natural landscape as a metaphor for the elements of life. 493 more words

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Catherine Balet – Moods in a Room

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

In these days of self-isolation we certainly have become more familiar with our rooms, and with the moods they might hold or generate. 614 more words

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