05.04.09

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There is some stunning photography at We Are Involved. I have posted one of their photgraphers before but just rediscovered the site today and thought it was worth sharing again.

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04.29.09

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Kim Høltermand has launched a new website. His work did the rounds last year and for good reason. His photos are absolutely breath-taking.

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03.28.09

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Some of photographer Remy Lidereau’s images look more like paintings than pictures. You have to do a double take. What is unmistakable though is how beautifully composed his images are. All of them are gorgeous.

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01.10.09

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Interesting surrealist abstract landscape paintings from Julian Duron.

Discovered via Picdit.

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12.24.08

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Interesting work in the portfolio of photographer Alan Cook.

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12.14.08

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Absolutely beautiful landscape photography has been captured by German-born photographer Florian Maier-Aichen and can be seen at the Blum and Poe Gallery in Los Angeles.

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06.02.08

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Jacob Langvad sent me a note regarding his Photography this morning. He has some really exceptional work in his portfolio. Beautiful images.

Here is his bio copied from his website:
“Jacob Langvad is a Danish still-photographer and visual director. His work is based around fashion, portrait, landscape and advertising photography. Jacob Langvad has worked with exclusive, internationally recognized commercial clients and magazines, as well as for humanitarian causes.

Jacob Langvad’s work can be described as having an unembellished, yet informed documentary style. His portrait and commercial work reflect an intense labor of subtlety and precision, where any evidence of manipulation comes across as completely natural or non-existent.

After graduating from the Danish School of Journalism in 2003 with a degree in photojournalism, Jacob Langvad received a 1-year scholarship to FABRICA, Benetton’s Communication Research Center in Italy, where he moved to work as an artist in residence.

Since 2004, Jacob Langvad has lived between New York City, London, Copenhagen and São Paulo. He has worked in Haïti, Croatia, Israel, Iceland, USA, Estonia, Italy, Spain, Costa Rica, People’s Republic of China, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Mexico, among other places.

From 2006 to 2007, Jacob Langvad worked as founding photographic director of Vs. Magazine, and from March 2007 to May 2008, he worked as founding visual director and photographer at BOLA Sociology Design in São Paulo. Currently, Langvad can be found sharing time between New York and São Paulo.”

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