Lens Magazine - November 2021
Lens Magazine - November 2021
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In this issue
This month's magnificent chic issue is dedicated to the fascinating field of Portraits in Black and White, which can also integrate and be on the border of Documentary/ cultural / fashion and street photography.
In this issue, we have the pleasure to feature an exclusive interview with the renowned photographer of celebrities' portraits, Manfred Baumann, who presents a beautiful collection from recent years; a fascinating intimate interview was made by José Jeuland.
Mark Edward Harris features a unique outstanding project for photography lovers - A ONE OF A KIND series of the most influential photographers' portraits, including Salgado, Yousuf Karsh, Nobuyoshi Araki, and Annie Leibovitz, among others.
The fabulous Jamie Johnson presents her unique project, 'Irish Travellers,' and shares with us the gentle story of children on the roads. More you will find outstanding photography work by fabulous photographers from around the globe.
Manfred Baumann, Mark Edward Harris, Jamie Johnson, José Jeuland, Quim Fàbregas, Joe Buergi, Lisa Powers, Carlos Paz-Bordone, Rebecca Rothey, Almir Bindilatti.
An Exclusive Interview With MANFRED BAUMANN
My grandfather had won many photo competitions; he dealt with artistic b/w photography. We grew up in the mountains of Austria, and his work later reminded me a lot of Ansel Adams' landscapes artistic style. He gave me my first camera, a Praktika 1000, and I still have it. Without him, I might never have gotten into photography!
THE CAMERA'S EYE
I have had the incredibly good fortune to learn photography and life lessons from many of the most influential photographers in the history of the medium.
As countries slowly start to open up their borders, travel is beginning to bounce back.
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH QUIM FÀBREGAS
THE CHILDHOOD OF THE BAKA PYGMIES The childhood of the Baka pygmies is a photographic report made in the jungle of Cameroon. This report exhibits the childhood life of the pygmies, their freedom, their way of spending hours in the middle of nature, and the toughness of living in a habitat that rains for many months of the year, and It's extremely tough to get food. You can see the faces of the happy and cheerful children, but you can also see the hardness of the mothers.
HAUNTING PORTRAITS Joe Buergi
The "Haunting Portraits" series focuses on the hard workers of Bangladesh. They work either in the docks, shipyards, or as laborers in the brick factories outside Dhaka. In 2020 I visited different places and portrayed the workers photographically.
SMALL INTIMATE MOMENTS
PHOTOGRAPHY OFFERS ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE IN THE WORLD WHILE I ALSO FLOATING OUTSIDE IT. WHEN I AM IMMERSED IN MAKING CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS, I SLOW DOWN AND ENJOY MOMENTS THAT I WOULD OTHERWISE MISS." - REBECCA ROTHEY
Lens Magazine Description:
Publisher: Art Market
The International Magazine for Contemporary Fine Art Photography.
Lens Magazine is a monthly publication that exhibits the best and brightest photography works. Lens Magazine follows the same the foundations laid upon by its predecessor, aiming to unearth and showcase both leading artists and emerging talents alike.
Lens Magazine takes a single concept each month. It allows its contributors to delve into any ideas and emotions evoked from this theme, leading to a rich and varied selection of photographs and stories behind them.
During the last five years, we had the privilege to feature Exclusive interviews with some of the most known photographers in the world, including Joel Meyerowitz, Steve Schapiro, Lindsay Adler, Sandro Miller,
Magnum Photographer- Jacob Aue Sobol, Jimmy Nelson, Martin Parr - President of Magnum International Photos (2017), Ami Vitale, Cristina Mittermeier, and many more.
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