Leah Macdonald is an American photographer and artist. She creates primarily feminine black and white shots. The encaustic technique gives her photographs a dreamy personal style. She enjoys sharing here knowledge in workshops, which are very popular.
“If your pictures aren´t good enough, you´re not close enough” once stated Robert Capa, co-founder of Magnum Photos. Marcus Bleasdale is one of the world’s leading documentary photographers who is close to social, ethnic or economic conflicts around the world and got the Robert Capa Gold Medal 2015 for his reportage photography. He increasingly uses…more
At this year’s Achema 2015 in Frankfurt Hahnemühle invited visitors to take part in a puzzle! Visitors had to estimate how many syringe filters are filled in the large glass cylinder. Different methods took place, some estimated, counted and used a variety of mathematical calculations.
Guest column written by Jay Fine The Statue of Liberty and fireworks in NY Harbor are frequent themes in my photography. Unlike most places in the U.S., Lower Manhattan, my home for the last decade, gets treated to spectacular firework displays year round. Anyone with enough money can hire a pyrotechnic company and have their…more
Whether it’s the contemporary urban garden, or the typical local park area, living walls or enchanting backyard: nature makes every city come alive, resulting in calming harmony or exciting contrasts. Over 400 artists from 35 countries filed more than 900 images to the competition. Many thanks to all participants! From all submissions, a jury will…more
Animals are great architects – and that they were in the times when human beings were still living in caves. Nature photographer Ingo Arndt is touring with his series of epic large fine art prints around natural history museums the world and shows in the current series “Animal Architecture” the filigree or monumental structures of…more
Visitors had a lot of fun during their visit at the Hahnemühle booth. Marc Robitzky, Illustrator caused this with his cartoons, laughter and joy. Temporarily, people had to wait in long queues, but this opened the opportunity to watch the artist creating the artworks. The enclosed gallery presents a selection of the sketches on Hahnemühle filter paper. …more