Paulette Tavormina lives and works in New York City just by my side. Amidst the…
This November Queen Sofía Spanish Institute, under the chairmanship of Oscar de la Renta, will be…
Steve McCurry is an American photojournalist best known for his photograph, “Afghan Girl” that originally appeared in National Geographic magazine.
His career was launched when, disguised in native garb, he crossed the Pakistan border into rebel-controlled areas of Afghanistan just before the Soviet invasion. When he emerged, he had rolls of film sewn into his clothes. Those images, which were published around the world, were among the first to show the conflict. His coverage won the Robert Capa Gold Medal for Best Photographic Reporting from Abroad, an award dedicated to photographers exhibiting exceptional courage and enterprise.
The National Geographic Traveler Magazine 24th annual photo contest, received more than 12,000 entries from 6,615 talented photographers in…
Travel photographers Tom Carter lived in China for the past 8 years, last 2 backpacking 56.000 kilometers across all 33 provinces of China. His book China Portraits of People is N1 in Asia. Check the interview
As Oscar Wilde once said: “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.” It’s been a few months that I have been trying to meet with Tewfic El-Sawy. When he’s in London, I am in Bombay, when he’s in New York I am in Brussels, when he’s in Brussels I am in Brazil.
Focusing predominantly on six fashion houses, to whose archives she was granted unlimited access, Naundorf’s large format photographs illustrate the stunning couture of Armani, Chanel, Dior, Lacroix, Elie Saab and Valentino in decadently poised settings, sheltered against the easily rectified whims of digital photography.