Featuring: Leigh Ledare testing the boundaries of relationships, sex and love in Double Bind; Alinka Echeverria’s documentary on the birth of South Sudan; Diana Scherer‘s Nurture Studies; Asger Carlsen‘s Hester; and Fleur van Dodewaard in Crude Metaphors. Plus reviews of Alec Soth‘s Looking for Love, 1996, Klein + Moriyama at Tate Modern, and the Nikon D800. As well as, A.D. Coleman’s Letter from New York, a round up of the latest books, exhibition listings, news and more.
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For my second post on the World Photo Organisation Blog, Landscape Photography – Getting it Right, I get some tips and advice and touch upon the question of the acceptable levels of post-production in landscape photography. This is a topic I will return to on Hotshoe Blog later.
I’m no landscape photographer so I asked two well-travelled photographers Toby Smith (TS) and Robert Leslie (RL) for some advice. One tip that is oft repeated is ‘being in the right place at the right time’. Apart from this, you also need patience, determination and a good eye.”
Read more over at the WPO blog.
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BAOTAO, CHINA – DECEMBER 20, 2010: Coal trucks grind down-hill from an open-cast coal mine to the main-highway. Congestion at the highway, weighing points and intersections often sees the vehicles jammed for days as China attempts to redistribute its coal.
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Hotshoe magazine has revamped its App for the second edition bringing you the latest in contemporary photography in a curated, tailor-made, interactive experience.
Expect highlights from the bimonthly print edition as well as extended photo galleries, interactive gallery listings, text-only versions and cutting-edge articles and reviews. Plus the latest multimedia pieces from some of the most exciting photographers working today.
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Hotshoe Magazine App is now available at iTunes and the first issue of the contemporary photography magazine is FREE. It wasn’t going to be long before the mag got iPadded (if that’s not a verb, it is now) and the first issue is available now as an App.
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