Hahnemühle Photo Rag ® papers now in panoramic format

For subjects in stunning panoramic formats Hahnemühle launches two bestselling paper grades from the acclaimed Photo Rag® range. Perfect for presenting landscapes or cityscapes with ease. The matt Photo Rag® 308 or the glossy Photo Rag® Baryta are the two grades to choose from. The sheet size of 21 x 59.4 cm offers an ideal ratio…

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"The women of Berlin" – 375 portraits by Ashkan Sahihi

Ashkan Sahihi’s most recent body of work is a portrait of a rapidly changing Berlin comprising 375 photographs of women living in Berlin gathered by thirty-five search terms such as professions, age brackets, lifestyles, social strata. All of the images embody in an individual way the dynamics of today’s ‪Berlin‬. Taken together, the portraits represent…

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Merry Christmas raffle!

Dear Hahnemühle friends For us this year ends with good news: Hahnemühle had been awarded as ‘Brand of the Century’. This makes us proud and we go with good cheer for 2016. That’s what we wish you, the Hahnemühle fans, too! You realise with impressive inspiration versatile projects on our papers, we report about on…

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Black & White in reduction and perfection – interview with photographer Joerg Karrenbauer

The photographic gaze focuses on the significant pixel; the visual sense reduced perception to black, white and all shades of grey. In this way monochromatic images with a timeless, surreal and sometimes monumental character arises. Joerg Karrenbauer, photographer and curator from Saarbrücken (Germany), photographs exclusively in black and white and prints his works superbly on…

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Mark Mann – up close to the celebrities!

“Capturing a moment and printing it on paper has always been magical to me. When I switched from film to digital I strived to find a paper that would match my darkroom experience. Hahnemühle Digital FineArt papers bring my photos to life with incredible depth and sharpness … ” stated celebrity photographer Mark Mann who…

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Kwaku Alston- American celebrity photographer

When did you discover your passion for photography? My passion for photography started when I was around 14 years old, during a hard time for my family after my uncle had died suddenly. My mother inherited a box of his belongings, and in that box was a 35mm film camera with a set of lenses.…

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All handmade: Wedding albums by Brian Ho

Focusing on the perfect moment to press the shutter button, the tonality, the graininess of the images … Who still photographed as a photographer on film, has good reasons for the elaborate way to take photos. Despite of taking their images analog many photographers print digital in inkjet technology on Hahnemühle papers. As fine art…

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George Kordis – Interprets Man's Relationship with Man

Written by Lesia Maruschak World renowned artist George Kordis is an interpreter of man’s relationship with man. This curious and ever evolving artistic genius has a passion for engaging the spectator in what is a living artform with a surrealistic expressionistic voice.

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Perfect on Hahnemühle paper: Painted originals and their digital reproductions

Karin Kuthe reports in the following article about her experiences with digital reproductions of her traditionally painted pictures. The highly experienced artist works in the techniques of watercolour, acrylic and pastel on traditional artist papers from Hahnemühle. For a few years she has reproduced her originals on Hahnemühle Digital FineArt papers as inkjet prints. She…

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Interview with Henthorne; well known black & white landscape photographer

Jason Henthorne is an international award-winning artist who works in the medium of high contrast black and white photography. Influenced primarily by his passion for the oceans of the world, these intersections of ocean and earth provide the backdrop for his minimalistic ethereal visions of cumulative time. For his latest project “Between Worlds” he cooperated…

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