Joel Tjintjelaar is a photographer, educator and writer with a passion for black & white photography, architecture and long exposure photography. He runs the bw/vision.com blog where we stumbled upon an article by Red Ognita on the importance of printing superbly in order to call an image fine art. Red Ognita is a multi award-winning…more
On the occasion of the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York we are honoured to publish a guest article on an image of personal and world history written by Robert Dutruch, photographer and printer at Lost Hills Studio in New Orleans, USA.
This blog post features Jim Mortram. A talented photographer who captures the everyday lives of those who lives in Dereham (County of Norfolk, UK, which is very local to the Hahnemühle UK’s office) Jim only takes photographs in a 3 mile radius of his local village. He captures with empathy many of the difficulties in…more
Let us introduce to you, the talented, the artistic, Robynne Limoges. Robynne is a native American living in London. She has participated in a juried group exhibition at the ‘Victoria and Albert’ gallery museum, in addition to contributing as a stills photographer in a BBC dance documentary and two feature films. This year, Robynne has been…more
written by Andrew Banks, Urban Sketchers Chicago group administrator and Blog Contributor As an offshoot of the global Urban Sketchers organization the Urban Sketchers Chicago held the second Chicago Sketch Seminar on 11 and 12 July, 2015 at the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Arts and the surrounding Gold Coast neighborhood. This two day…more
“I only print with Hahnemühle paper. It really is the very best for my work” stated British travel photographer Peter Aitchison in our Q&A. 30 years ago, Peter began his career training as a studio assistant. He then eventually moved on to being a stills photographer on The Big Breakfast – a British light entertainment…more
It is the profound love and appreciation for movies and their creators that truly inspired these collection of prints by Stellavie. The Hamburg based design studio is run by Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein. This time, the duo partnered up with illustrator Julian Rentzsch. Pairing skillfully set typography and beautiful Hahnemühle William Turner cotton paper…more
A first-class orchestra is characterized by the perfect interplay of instruments causing the musicians to fade into the background. The audience expects an acoustic experience and pays less attention to visual impressions. So it may seem surprising that the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is the subject of an exhibition.