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About Harvey
Harvey Stein is a video journalist based in Jerusalem, Israel. He has made short videos for many websites, including Time Magazine website, Jewish Daily Forward, Tablet, ABC, PRI, Jewish Journal, Israel21c, and others.

Often he does everything, including producing, writing, shooting, narrating, and editing. He also works with writers and other journalists, just doing the shooting and/or editing.
Languages
English French
Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Vox Pop
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Portfolio

Essays by Paula Tognarelli and Geeta Kothari

04 Apr 2024  |  all-about-photo.com
Indian-born American artist Rohina Hoffman, during the COVID-19 lockdown, created a photographic project titled 'Embrace' which includes two series: 'In Gratitude' and 'Generation 1.75'. 'In Gratitude' is a series of portraits featuring Rohina and her family with fresh produce, accompanied by her poetry, reflecting a meditative practice of gratitude amidst the pandemic. 'Generation 1.75' is a visual memoir addressing her identity and acculturation struggles after moving to America as a child. The book 'Embrace' features essays by Paula Tognarelli and Geeta Kothari, and is designed by Caleb Cain Marcus. Rohina's work, including her first monograph 'Hair Stories', has been recognized and exhibited widely, with her prints acquired by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

The Evolution of Japanese Photography and 10 Contemporary Photographers You Should Know

04 Apr 2024  |  all-about-photo.com
The article provides a historical overview of Japanese photography from its adoption of Western techniques in the late 19th century to its current state. It highlights the evolution of Japanese photography, noting the influence of Western styles, the rise of photojournalism after World War II, the impact of counterculture in the 60s and 70s, and the documentation of economic growth in the 80s and 90s. The article then introduces ten contemporary Japanese photographers, providing brief biographies and discussing their contributions to the field. These photographers include Shinya Arimoto, Tatsuo Suzuki, Miho Kajioka, Shin Noguchi, Keiichi Tahara, Ayumi Tanaka, and Hiroshi Watanabe, among others. Each has a unique approach to photography, ranging from street photography to experimental techniques, and has received various accolades for their work.

Stunning Photos from Rising Stars in Photography - April 2023

04 Apr 2024  |  all-about-photo.com
The article showcases a collection of stunning photographs taken by rising stars in the field of photography for April 2023. It provides brief profiles of each featured photographer, including their backgrounds, styles, and achievements. Brice Gelot from France captures street culture and the darker aspects of society. Joanna Madloch, originally from Poland and now in the U.S., combines literature and photography. Mona Singh from India focuses on capturing emotions in her street and travel photography. Marek Boguszak from the Czech Republic creates abstract photography based on sand dunes and mathematics. Gavin Libotte, born in the UK and based in Australia, is a commercial and fine art street photographer. Ben Maciej Pawlowski from Germany is a director of photography with a narrative style. Yves Léonard from Belgium specializes in architectural and nature photography. Thaddäus Biberauer from Austria aims to evoke feelings through his dreamlike photos. Lastly, Mostafa Nodeh from Iran is known for his minimalist landscape photography in black and white.

The Art of Impressionist Photography: Réhahn's Journey from Portraits to Dreamlike Landscapes

04 Apr 2024  |  all-about-photo.com
French photographer Réhahn is renowned for his portraits and lifestyle photos that capture the essence of traditional jobs and skills. His Precious Heritage Project, a decade-long endeavor, documents the 54 ethnicities of Vietnam and their traditions, culminating in the Precious Heritage Museum in Hoi An. With the onset of Covid-19, Réhahn shifted his focus to his French roots, exploring the history of art in France and the Impressionist movement. He developed a new style called 'Impressionist Photography,' using techniques like shooting through reflections and heat haze to create dreamlike images. Réhahn's work is inspired by Impressionists like Monet and Post-Impressionists, as well as the Japonisme movement. His latest series has been well-received, with the aim of creating a unique art form that encourages viewers to appreciate the beauty of nature and the emotional impact of color and light.

In Memory of Peter Carr (1958–2022)

18 Feb 2024  |  MDPI
Peter Carr is remembered fondly by colleagues and friends for his significant contributions to quantitative finance and his engaging personality. The article features personal recollections from various individuals who interacted with Carr throughout his career, highlighting his passion for research, his innovative ideas, and his supportive nature towards junior colleagues. Carr's work in derivative pricing and his involvement in numerous academic and professional institutions are celebrated, underscoring his lasting impact on the field.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book, 'The Need to Know', is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain, leaving the family with mysteries and unexplained events. The book, which took four years to create, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into these family secrets and the broader context of espionage. It juxtaposes factual historical research with personal memories and imagination. The book is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland, and is considered timely due to the ongoing relevance of Cold War issues, such as the crisis in Ukraine and the evolution of espionage techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book, 'The Need to Know', is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents into East Germany and other areas behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which will be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into the author's childhood mysteries and the dual life led by his father. Honegger reflects on the relevance of Cold War issues today, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the evolution of espionage tools from the 1960s to modern cyber warfare and propaganda.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's duties included sending agents into East Germany. The book is a mix of vernacular photography, new images, and ephemera that aims to explore and reconcile the author's childhood experiences with his father's clandestine activities. It draws on historical research, family archives, and Honegger's own memories and imagination. The book also reflects on the evolution of espionage from the Cold War era to the present, noting the relevance of these issues in contemporary conflicts such as the crisis in Ukraine.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's missions involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. Honegger's book, to be published by Blow Up Press, is a blend of historical research, family archives, and personal memories, aiming to explore the enigmatic past and its effects on his family. The book includes vernacular photographs and ephemera, some of which were taken by Honegger and his father separately in West Berlin in 1961. Honegger connects the past espionage activities to the present, noting the evolution of Cold War issues and their manifestations in current international conflicts like the crisis in Ukraine.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book 'The Need to Know' is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents into East Germany and other areas behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which will be published by Blow Up Press, is a blend of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera that aim to tell a story and solve a childhood mystery. Honegger's work is based on historical research, family archives, and his own memories and imagination. The book also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues and espionage tools, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the ongoing patterns of history.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a result of four years of work, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the intersections of his father's clandestine work and family life. It also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Journey into My Father's Cold War Espionage Life

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger discusses his upcoming photo book 'The Need to Know', which delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's duties included sending agents into East Germany. The book is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera that aim to piece together the mysterious past of Honegger's family, influenced by espionage activities. It also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's missions involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore the sparse details of his father's espionage activities and their impact on the family. Honegger's personal project, which took four years to complete, also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with contemporary conflicts like the crisis in Ukraine and the progression from traditional espionage to cyber warfare. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book, 'The Need to Know', is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father led a secretive life, sending agents into East Germany and other Iron Curtain territories. Honegger's work, which took four years to complete, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into the mysteries of his childhood and his father's dual existence. The book, set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, also reflects on the evolution of espionage from the Cold War era to today's cyber warfare and propaganda, drawing parallels with the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's 'The Need to Know' is a photo book that delves into the author's personal history with Cold War espionage, particularly focusing on his father's role as a spy for the U.S. Air Force. The book, which is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the secretive life led by his father with the more traditional paternal role he played within the family. Honegger's work is informed by historical research, family archives, and his own memories and imagination. The book also touches upon the evolution of espionage from the Cold War era to the present, highlighting its relevance with current international conflicts such as the crisis in Ukraine.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know,' delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's duties included sending agents into East Germany. The book, a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore the sparse details of his father's espionage activities and their impact on the family. Honegger's personal project, which took four years to complete, also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the progression of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book, 'The Need to Know', is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents into East Germany and other areas behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which will be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into the author's childhood mysteries and the dual life led by his father. Honegger reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book, 'The Need to Know', is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain, leaving the family with mysteries and unexplained events. The book, which took four years to create, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into these family secrets and the broader context of espionage. It juxtaposes factual historical research with personal memories and imagination. Honegger also reflects on the relevance of Cold War issues today, such as the crisis in Ukraine and the evolution of espionage techniques to include cyber warfare.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into the secretive life of his father, a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's missions involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, a mix of vernacular photography, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the enigmatic aspects of his father's life with the role he played within the family. Honegger's personal project, which took four years to complete, also reflects on the evolution of espionage from the Cold War era to today's cyber warfare and propaganda, highlighting the ongoing relevance of these historical events. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's missions involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, a mix of vernacular photography, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore the sparse details of his father's espionage activities and their impact on the family. Honegger's personal project, which took four years to complete, also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know,' delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which took four years to create, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the enigmatic aspects of Honegger's childhood and his father's dual existence. It juxtaposes factual and fictional elements, drawing on historical research, family archives, and Honegger's own memories and imagination. The book also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. Honegger's book, to be published by Blow Up Press, is a blend of historical research, family archives, and personal memories, aiming to explore and understand the enigmatic aspects of his father's life and its impact on the family. The book includes vernacular photographs and ephemera, some of which were taken by Honegger and his father separately in West Berlin in 1961. The project also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with current international conflicts such as the crisis in Ukraine, and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger discusses his upcoming photo book 'The Need to Know', which delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's duties included sending agents into East Germany. The book is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera that aim to explore and reconcile the author's childhood memories with the clandestine activities of his father. Honegger connects the historical context of Cold War espionage with its modern-day implications, such as the crisis in Ukraine, and reflects on the evolution of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. The book is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's missions involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the author's childhood experiences with his father's clandestine activities. It reflects on the Cold War's legacy and its contemporary echoes, such as the crisis in Ukraine, drawing parallels between past espionage techniques and modern cyber warfare. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a mix of factual and fictional elements, is based on Honegger's limited conversations with his father, historical research, family archives, and his own memories and imagination. It includes vernacular photographs and ephemera to explore the dual life led by his father and the impact it had on the family. Honegger also draws parallels between past espionage tools and current cyber warfare tactics, highlighting the ongoing relevance of Cold War issues, such as the crisis in Ukraine.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's 'The Need to Know' is a photo book that delves into the author's personal history with Cold War espionage, particularly focusing on his father's role as a spy for the U.S. Air Force. The book, which is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and recreate the secretive life led by his father and its impact on the family. Honegger reflects on the mysterious events of his childhood, such as unannounced late-night visitors and strange coincidences. He also draws parallels between the espionage tactics of the 1960s and today's cyber warfare and propaganda, suggesting a continuous cycle in the history of international conflict. The book is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book, 'The Need to Know', is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents behind the Iron Curtain, leaving the family with mysteries and unexplained events. The book, which took four years to create, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into these family secrets and the broader context of espionage. It reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a mix of factual and fictional elements, is based on Honegger's limited conversations with his father, historical research, family archives, and his own memories and imagination. It includes vernacular photographs and ephemera to explore the dual life led by his father and the impact it had on the family. Honegger also draws parallels between past espionage tools and current cyber warfare, highlighting the ongoing relevance of Cold War issues, such as the crisis in Ukraine.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Mystery

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a result of four years of work, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the author's childhood mysteries and the dual life led by his father. It reflects on the historical context of the Cold War and draws parallels with contemporary issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, highlighting the evolution of espionage from physical to cyber warfare. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's 'The Need to Know' is a photo book that delves into the author's personal history with Cold War espionage, particularly focusing on his father's role as a spy for the U.S. Air Force. The book, which is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the secretive aspects of his father's life with the more traditional paternal role he played. Honegger's work is a blend of fact and fiction, drawing from historical research, family archives, and his own memories and imagination. The book is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland, and touches on the relevance of Cold War issues in contemporary times, such as the crisis in Ukraine and the evolution of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a result of four years of work, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the author's childhood mysteries and the dual life led by his father. It reflects on the historical context of the Cold War and draws parallels with contemporary issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, highlighting the evolution of espionage from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his personal history with Cold War espionage, influenced by his father's secretive work for the U.S. Air Force. The book, set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the enigmatic life of his father and the impact it had on his family. Honegger's work, which took four years to complete, also touches on the evolution of espionage from the Cold War era to the present, drawing parallels with current international conflicts such as the crisis in Ukraine. The book is a blend of fact and fiction, based on historical research, family archives, and Honegger's own memories and imagination.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of a Family's Cold War Espionage Legacy

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's duties included sending agents into East Germany. The book, a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore the sparse details of his father's espionage activities and their impact on the family. Honegger's personal project, which took four years to complete, also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the author's childhood memories with the enigmatic figure of his father. It reflects on the historical context of the Cold War and draws parallels with contemporary issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, highlighting the evolution of espionage from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a result of four years of work, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the author's childhood mysteries and the dual life led by his father. It also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's 'The Need to Know' is a photo book that delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents into East Germany and other areas behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the author's childhood experiences with his father's clandestine work. It reflects on the historical context of the Cold War and draws parallels with contemporary issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, highlighting the evolution of espionage from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare. The book is set to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know,' delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which took four years to create, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the enigmatic aspects of Honegger's childhood and his father's dual existence. It juxtaposes factual and fictional elements, drawing from historical research, family archives, and Honegger's own memories and imagination. The book, to be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, also reflects on the ongoing relevance of Cold War issues, such as the current crisis in Ukraine and the evolution of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Journey into a Family's Cold War Espionage History

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger discusses his upcoming photo book 'The Need to Know', which delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. Honegger's book, to be published by Blow Up Press, is a mix of vernacular photography, new images, and ephemera that aims to explore and understand the enigmatic aspects of his father's life and its impact on his family. The book is a result of four years of work, combining historical research, family archives, and Honegger's own memories and imagination. The author also reflects on the relevance of Cold War issues in today's context, such as the crisis in Ukraine and the evolution of espionage tools from the 1960s to modern cyber warfare and propaganda techniques.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Journey into My Father's Spy Past

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his personal history with Cold War espionage, drawing from his father's secretive work as a spy for the U.S. Air Force. The book, which is a mix of vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera, aims to explore and reconcile the dual aspects of his father's life - the clandestine and the familial. Honegger's project, which took four years to complete, is timely as it connects historical espionage with contemporary issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, highlighting the evolution of espionage from the physical to the digital realm. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland, and reflects on the cyclical nature of history and conflict.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a result of four years of work, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the author's childhood mysteries and the dual life led by his father. It also reflects on the evolution of Cold War issues, drawing parallels with the current crisis in Ukraine and the advancement of espionage tools from the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda techniques. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Need to Know: A Photographic Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's book 'The Need to Know' is a photographic exploration of his father's life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father's secretive activities involved sending agents into East Germany and other areas behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which will be published by Blow Up Press in Warsaw, combines vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to delve into the mysteries of Honegger's childhood and his father's dual existence. It reflects on the evolution of Cold War espionage and its relevance to contemporary issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, drawing parallels between past and present espionage tools and tactics.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his personal history with Cold War espionage, drawing from his father's secretive work for the U.S. Air Force. The book, to be published by Blow Up Press, is a photographic journey that blends historical research, family archives, and Honegger's own memories and imagination. It reflects on the clandestine activities that shaped his childhood and examines the evolution of espionage from the physical tools of the 1960s to today's cyber warfare and propaganda. Honegger's work also touches on the ongoing relevance of Cold War issues, as seen in the current crisis in Ukraine, suggesting a cyclical nature of history.

The Need to Know: A Photo Book Exploration of Cold War Espionage and Family Secrets

01 Oct 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Michael S. Honegger's upcoming photo book, 'The Need to Know', delves into his father's secretive life as a spy during the Cold War. Working for the U.S. Air Force, his father was involved in espionage activities, sending agents behind the Iron Curtain. The book, which is a mix of factual and fictional elements, is a result of Honegger's four-year project that includes vernacular photographs, new images, and ephemera to explore the enigmatic past of his family influenced by his father's clandestine work. It also reflects on the evolution of espionage from the Cold War era to the present, drawing parallels with current international conflicts like the crisis in Ukraine. 'The Need to Know' is set to be published by Blow Up Press of Warsaw, Poland.

The Polar Silk Road Exhibition at the Natural History Museum

26 May 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The Natural History Museum in London is set to host a new exhibition by Austrian photographer Gregor Sailer, titled 'The Polar Silk Road', from May 26, 2023. The exhibition, which is Sailer's UK debut, features 67 images of manmade structures in the Arctic, highlighting the effects of climate change and human activity in the region. The Arctic is facing profound changes due to global warming, with implications for wildlife, indigenous communities, and global trade routes. The exhibition aims to foster a dialogue about the complex geopolitical, scientific, and social issues surrounding the Arctic. It is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum London and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport, and follows 'The Lost Rhino' installation by Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg.

Meryl Meisler's Retrospective at Zillman Art Museum

15 May 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the work of photographer Meryl Meisler, who captured the vibrant nightlife of New York City during the late 1970s, including the iconic Studio 54. Meisler's photography is set to be exhibited at the Zillman Art Museum from May 19 to September 2, 2023. The article details Meisler's journey, from her move to New York City in 1975, her immersion into the club scene, and her documentation of various nightclubs and their patrons. It also touches on her life post-nightlife photography, including her career as a public school art teacher and her recognition as an artist with works in various prestigious collections. The article provides a retrospective of Meisler's work, highlighting her contributions to the documentation of New York's disco era and her recent work that continues to celebrate the city's nightlife culture.

Vasantha Yogananthan: Mystery Street

05 May 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
French photographer Vasantha Yogananthan is the 2019 laureate of the Immersion, a French-American Photography Commission. He spent a residency in Louisiana, capturing the ephemeral world of city children during a summer. The series, titled 'Mystery Street', reflects the transient nature of New Orleans, especially post-Hurricane Katrina and under the threat of climate change. Yogananthan's work, which includes a solo exhibition and a monograph co-published with Chose Commune, explores themes of impermanence and the perspective of children. The Immersion program, supported by the Fondation d'entreprise Hermès, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, and the International Center of Photography, awards creative bursaries for new photographic works to be exhibited and published. Yogananthan, known for his silver-print photography, has received several awards and is represented by galleries in Mumbai, London, and Houston.

Winners of AAP Magazine #30: Shadows

02 May 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article announces the winners of AAP Magazine's 30th edition, themed 'Shadows'. It showcases the work of 25 photographers from 12 different countries across five continents. The winning portfolios display a diverse and imaginative approach to the theme of shadows, each telling a unique story through the interplay of light and darkness. The article includes insights from the photographers about their work and the concepts behind their series. The photographs cover a range of subjects, from street photography and personal narratives to abstract compositions and social commentary. The article emphasizes the power of shadows in photography to create mood, emotion, and depth, and to challenge perceptions of reality.

Solo Exhibition

01 May 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
All About Photo presents 'The Sufi Brotherhoods of Senegal' by Christian Bobst, an online exhibition available in May 2023 showcasing twenty photographs from his long-term project started in 2012. The series provides insight into the Sufi brotherhoods' spiritual practices and their influence on Senegal's everyday life, promoting a tolerant form of Islam. It highlights the brotherhoods' role in maintaining peace and stability, their economic contributions, and the criticism they face for alleged mafia-like structures and political entanglements. Bobst, a Swiss photographer, has received numerous awards and focuses on social and cultural issues, particularly in Africa. The exhibition aims to bring attention to underreported stories through photography.

Arresting Beauty: Julia Margaret Cameron at MOPA

29 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
San Diego's Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) is celebrating its 40th anniversary in Balboa Park and 50 years as a photo nonprofit with 'Arresting Beauty: Julia Margaret Cameron', an exhibition from London's Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A). The exhibition showcases the work of Julia Margaret Cameron, a pioneering 19th-century photographer known for her close-up portraits and soft-focus technique. Cameron began her photography career at 48 after receiving a camera as a Christmas gift, and she quickly became connected to prominent figures of her time. The exhibition is supported by various foundations and the local government, and it emphasizes the tactile and engaging nature of Cameron's work in contrast to today's digital imagery.

The Change We Want To See

23 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The non-profit media organization CatchLight is hosting its 2023 Visual Storytelling Summit in San Francisco, with a focus on 'The Change We Want to See.' The event, curated by Elizabeth Krist and featuring a range of speakers including Jonas Bendiksen and Adrian Burrell, will cover topics such as artificial intelligence in imagery, environmental reporting, reproductive rights, racial justice, and the role of local journalists in maintaining public trust. CatchLight CEO Elodie Mailliet Storm emphasizes the importance of images in fostering understanding and action. The Summit will include discussions on the challenges and opportunities for visual professionals in the era of AI, the role of visuals in environmental activism, the ethics of photographing sensitive stories, and the restoration of trust in local media. Additionally, CatchLight's fellowship programs support visual storytellers and aim to sustain visual journalism, particularly in California.

Faces of Climate Change: A Photography Exhibition to Celebrate Earth Day

17 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The Georgetown Environmental Justice Program is hosting 'Faces of Climate Change', a photography exhibition in April 2023 to coincide with Earth Day. The exhibition, initiated by Nishita Karad, aims to bring attention to individuals affected by climate change who are often overlooked in the global discourse. The contest, open to both amateurs and professionals worldwide, will select one hundred photos for display and choose four winners. The event will take place at the ICC Galleria from April 17th to 22nd, featuring a discussion with Nishita Karad and Gaël Giraud. The article also touches on the severe impact of climate change in Bangladesh, where floods and potential tsunamis threaten the livelihoods and homes of millions.

Homecoming - New York, Varanasi, Napoli

13 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the first Neapolitan solo exhibition of American photographer Michael Ackerman titled 'Homecoming - New York, Varanasi, Napoli'. It explores Ackerman's emotional connection to these cities through his photography. The New York segment features iconic 1990s images reflecting his homesickness and love for the city. Varanasi is presented through a focus on animals, capturing the city's emotional landscape. Napoli is acknowledged as a place of personal research and connection for Ackerman. The article also touches on Ackerman's background, his prestigious awards, and his notable works such as 'End Time City'. Ackerman's work is recognized for its intensity and unique perspective, and his photographs are part of several prominent collections.

Antanas Suktus Street Life

12 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the work of Lithuanian photographer Antanas Sutkus, focusing on his street photography during the years 1959-1977, a period when Lithuania was under Soviet control. Sutkus's photography is described as capturing the everyday life of people with an unassuming, humanist approach, devoid of theatricality. The article contrasts Sutkus's work with other street photographers and highlights the historical context of Lithuania during the Soviet era. It also compares one of Sutkus's photographs to Ruth Orkin's 'American Girl in Italy 1951', noting the differences in the portrayal of the female subjects and the male gaze. The article concludes by emphasizing the non-invasive, kind nature of Sutkus's photography and mentions that his work is published by Steidl.

Exhibition April 4 - 30, 2023 at City Gallery Vienna

05 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The City Gallery Vienna is hosting an exhibition from April 4 to 30, 2023, featuring the work of renowned photographer Manfred Baumann. The exhibition, titled 'Rebirth,' showcases over 20 women who have experienced breast cancer, with the aim of raising awareness and public understanding of the disease. Baumann's photographs not only depict the survivors and those living with the illness but also convey a message of rebirth, highlighting the beauty and strength that can emerge from adversity. The article details Baumann's career, his approach to photography, and his contributions to various social causes, including animal welfare. It also mentions his work with celebrities, his role as a Leica photographer, and his international exhibitions and publications.

Gomma Photography Grant 2021 Winners

01 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The Gomma Photography Grant is an esteemed contest that funds photographers across various genres. Since its inception in 2014, it has gained a reputation for ethical standards and recognizing emerging talent. The article provides an overview of the works of several photographers who have been acknowledged by the grant. Simon Murphy's portrayal of Govanhill, a diverse yet impoverished area in Glasgow, is highlighted for its intimate black and white street portraiture. Other works discussed include Uta Genilke's depiction of winter depression, Andrea Graziosi's exploration of hidden human urges, Valeria Arendar's visual representation of family ties, Oskar Alvarado's reflection on land and identity, Louie Palu's documentation of Arctic militarization, Ingebord Everaerd's portrayal of a nomad's life, Andrés Mario de Varona's exploration of human existence, and Serena Dzenis's surreal imagery of human constructions in Iceland. Each project is described with an emphasis on its artistic merit and the profound messages it conveys.

Women in Photography: A Tribute to Strength, Beauty, and Artistic Talent

01 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the representation and contributions of women in the field of photography, both as subjects and as photographers. It highlights the historical underrepresentation and challenges faced by women photographers, such as discrimination and limited access to resources. Despite these barriers, women have made significant contributions and used photography to challenge stereotypes and depict women in diverse and empowering ways. The article showcases the 29th edition of AAP Magazine, which features 24 artists who pay tribute to women through various photographic approaches and techniques. The magazine celebrates the strength, beauty, resilience, and artistic talent of women, with a focus on the work of 16 women photographers. The article also includes detailed descriptions of several photographic series that explore themes such as family history, femininity, and the lives of women across different cultures.

All About Photo Awards 2023 - The Mind's Eye Winners Announced

01 Apr 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article announces the winners of the All About Photo Awards 2023 - The Mind's Eye, which celebrates outstanding photographers from around the world. The competition, now in its 8th year, attracted visionary photographers, both professional and amateur, who competed for international recognition, cash prizes, and publication. The jury, comprising eight experts, selected 39 winners from 18 countries across five continents. The winning images, mostly in color, depicted various themes, with only two focusing on the Ukraine conflict. The top image by Priyo Widiyanto captured the Indonesian National Wheelchair Basketball Team in action. Other notable images included dynamic compositions of cultural performances, sports, and daily life. The article also touches on the resilience of the Mundari tribe in South Sudan and their connection to cattle.

Rising Stars in Photography - March 2023

28 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article is a compilation of profiles for rising stars in the field of photography, highlighting their backgrounds, education, career paths, and contributions to the art form. Wayne Swanson, Radana Kuchařová, Barbara Hazen, Claudia Tombini, Jacqueline Walters, Jaroslav Mares, MG Vander Elst, Ray Knox, and Kelly-Ann Bobb are featured photographers from various parts of the world, each with a unique story and approach to photography. The article discusses their educational backgrounds, previous careers, and current work, including exhibitions, publications, and personal projects. The photographers' works cover a range of themes and techniques, from fine art to documentary photography, showcasing their individual perspectives and the diversity within the field of photography.

Portland Museum of Art

24 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses an exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art featuring the work of American photographer Todd Webb. The exhibition, which runs from March 24 to June 18, 2023, showcases Webb's photographic journey through nine African countries during 1958, a time when these nations were on the brink of independence. Commissioned by the United Nations Office of Public Information, Webb captured the progress of industry and technology, as well as the daily life and culture of the people. Despite taking around 2,000 images, only 22 were initially published, with the rest being dispersed and only recently reunited with the Todd Webb Archive in 2017. The exhibition raises questions about photographic agency, racial and national privilege, and the portrayal of modernization. The accompanying book, 'Todd Webb in Africa: Outside the Frame', includes essays that provide historical and artistic context for the photographs. The exhibition was organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Portland Museum of Art's presentation is curated by Anjuli Lebowitz with consulting curator Erin Hyde Nolan.

The art of living in the critical zone

23 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The 2022 International Photography Awards winners are set to exhibit their works in Budapest, Hungary. The exhibition will feature 26 category winners and a 'Best of Show' curated selection of 30 images. The display includes a variety of photography genres, from nature to fine art, and aims to provoke thought and inspire community and social justice. Curator Mark Sealy OBE emphasizes the importance of the images in fostering a sense of responsibility and action towards cultural equity. The exhibition opens on March 23, 2023, at the House of Lucie Budapest Gallery and will be available to the public on select days.

Heritage Auctions Offer a Selection of Dr. Greenberg's Extraordinary Photo Collection

22 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the upcoming Photographs Signature Auction by Heritage Auctions, featuring the collection of the late Dr. Paul Greenberg, a respected photographer and collector. The auction includes works by iconic photographers such as Lee Friedlander, Ansel Adams, and Mike Mitchell, with a focus on American social landscapes, nature photography, and rare Beatles images. Dr. Greenberg's collection is highlighted for its quality and historical significance, with pieces by various renowned photographers. The auction also features other notable works, including photographs by Bill Brandt and a famous image by Lewis Morley related to the Profumo Affair. Additionally, a nostalgic photograph by Harvey Edwards, 'Leg Warmers', is mentioned for its cultural impact and rarity due to the destruction of the original transparency.

Stranger Fruit: Photography Book by Jon Henry

20 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses 'Stranger Fruit', a photography book by Jon Henry, which focuses on the impact of police violence on Black families in America, particularly the enduring fear experienced by mothers. The photographs depict mothers with their sons in their environment, symbolically reenacting the pain of loss, even though the sons are still alive. The images reference the Italian Renaissance pietà, modernizing it to reflect the experiences of African Americans. The book's title alludes to the song 'Strange Fruit', highlighting the ongoing struggle against racial terror and white supremacy. The essay by Sabrina Greig and the design by Caleb Cain Marcus contribute to the book's narrative. Monolith Editions, a Black-owned publishing house founded by Kris Graves, published the book to amplify BIPOC artists' work and make fine art accessible to new audiences.

The Importance of Instagram Reels for Photographers and Art Galleries

20 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Instagram Reels, a feature for creating and sharing short videos, has become a crucial tool for photographers and art galleries to showcase their work and expand their audience. Unlike Instagram Stories, Reels do not disappear after 24 hours and can be accessed via the Reels icon or the explore tab. The article emphasizes that with Instagram's algorithm favoring Reels, photographers must adapt to using this format to maintain and grow their presence. Reels can increase engagement rates, showcase a photographer's personality, demonstrate their expertise, and provide a platform for promoting services. The article suggests that unique content, including original music and effects, is key to standing out. By leveraging Reels, photographers and galleries can stay relevant, diversify their content, and potentially appear on Instagram's explore page, which is viewed by approximately 200 million people daily.

Stunning Photos from Rising Stars in Photography - February 2023

12 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article showcases a collection of stunning photographs taken by rising stars in the field of photography for February 2023. It serves as a source of inspiration and appreciation for the art of photography. The article features brief introductions and insights into the personal backgrounds and photographic styles of several photographers from around the world, including Rico X. from Grenada, Eric Davidove and Steve Toole from the United States, Victor Kataev from Russia, Francesco Luongo from Italy, Jo Fields from the United States, Orna Naor from Israel, Radosław Łowicki from Poland, and Lynn Savarese from the United States. Each photographer shares their unique perspective and approach to photography, ranging from street and documentary photography to capturing the beauty of the natural world and human emotions.

Over 200 photographers join photo print sale in support of earthquake relief in Turkey and Syria

10 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
SIX.TWO Editions, a collective of US-based artists and creatives, has organized a photographic print sale to support earthquake relief efforts in Turkey and Syria. The sale, which runs from March 10 to March 20, 2023, features over 200 artists including prominent photographers like Alec Soth and Shirin Neshat. Each print is sold for $150, with proceeds going to NGOs through a partnership with Turkish Philanthropy Funds. The initiative was inspired by previous successful campaigns and aims to contribute to the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquakes on February 6th, which resulted in over fifty thousand deaths and millions of displaced people.

Essays by Christopher Giglio, Jeff Mermelstein, Gulnara Samoilova

04 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses 'Duologues', a collection of street photography by New York City-based photographer Nina Welch-Kling. The project features diptychs that create dialogues between paired photographs, showcasing Welch-Kling's talent for noticing and aligning visual elements. Essays by photographers Jeff Mermelstein, Gulnara Samoilova, and Christopher Giglio accompany the collection, each reflecting on different aspects of street photography and Welch-Kling's work. Mermelstein discusses the magnetic quality of the paired images, while Samoilova emphasizes the street as a source of inspiration. Giglio writes about the paradoxical nature of photography. The article also highlights the backgrounds and contributions of each photographer, noting their achievements and the presence of their works in prestigious collections.

Memory Building by Annette LeMay Burke

04 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Annette LeMay Burke is a photographic artist who has created a series titled 'Memory Building' where she projects family photographs onto the surfaces of her childhood home and rephotographs the scenes. This process was a means for her to cope with the loss of her parents and to preserve the family's legacy. Burke's work has been recognized and exhibited widely, and she is part of the 'Memory is a Verb' collective. Her monograph 'Fauxliage: Disguised Cell Phone Towers of the American West' was published in 2021. The article details Burke's background, her connection to the western landscape, and her achievements in the field of photography.

BROAD STROKES II at Leica Gallery Los Angeles

02 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
Leica Gallery Los Angeles is hosting 'BROAD STROKES II', an art exhibition featuring photographers Kathryn Boyd Brolin, Jamie Johnson, Madison Krieger, and Lisa McCord. The exhibition includes Jamie Johnson's series 'Growing Up Travelling', which documents the lives of Irish Traveller children. Johnson's work explores the culture, traditions, and challenges faced by this indigenous ethnic minority in Ireland. Her photographs aim to portray the children with dignity and counteract the racism and stereotypes they have historically faced. Johnson's deep engagement with her subjects over many years has allowed her to capture the rapid changes within the community and the persistent spirit of the children. Her work has gained international recognition, with her monograph 'Growing Up Travelling' being named Best Book of 2020 by several publications, and she was awarded Photographer of the Year 2021 for her work with the Irish Traveller children.

Solo Exhibition

01 Mar 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
All About Photo presents 'AFRICA' by Laurent Baheux, an online solo exhibition curated by Sandrine Hermand-Grisel. Available for the month of March 2023, it features twenty photographs from Baheux's 'Africa' series. Baheux, a French photographer, has spent over 20 years capturing the essence of wild animals in their natural habitats. His black and white photography emphasizes the individuality and sensitivity of each subject, aiming to portray animals as sentient beings. Baheux's work supports environmental protection organizations and he is a goodwill ambassador for the UN's anti-poaching campaign. His photographs are showcased worldwide and he is a brand ambassador for SONY, using their ALPHA cameras and G MASTER lenses.

Discover the Top Contemporary Photographers of February 2023

20 Feb 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses a selection of contemporary photographers featured by All About Photo for February 2023. Olga Karlovac from Croatia is known for her black and white photography capturing everyday drama. Pieter Henket, a Dutch photographer in New York, is recognized for his work including Lady Gaga's album cover. Anne-Claire Vimal du Monteil, originally from France, is a commercial photographer and high-end retoucher who also works in the VFX industry. Antonio Denti, an award-winning news cameraman from Italy, is passionate about still photography. Frieke Janssens from Belgium is known for her surreal staged tableaux and group portraits. Jaclyn Cori from the United States is a lens-based storyteller and professor of photography. Lastly, Frédéric Lipzyc, a street photographer from France, captures the human element in urban settings. Each photographer's background, style, and notable works are highlighted, showcasing their unique contributions to the field of photography.

Rotterdam Photo 2023: Freedom Redefined

09 Feb 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The 2023 edition of Rotterdam Photo, taking place from February 9-12, is centered around the theme 'Freedom Redefined'. This theme was chosen in light of the COVID-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine, which have prompted a global reflection on the concept of freedom. The event will explore how freedom is perceived and valued differently across the world, especially in the context of recent events that have challenged traditional notions of freedom. Rotterdam Photo will feature exhibitions in shipping containers, talks, workshops, and a fringe program with music and digital installations throughout the city. The event, part of the Rotterdam Art Week, expects around 10,000 visitors and will showcase the work of 67 project exhibition photographers and 29 single image exhibition photographers.

Unyielding Floods in South Sudan: Resilience in the Face of Climate Change

08 Feb 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the severe floods in South Sudan that have led to widespread destruction and food insecurity. Photographer Peter Caton, in collaboration with Action Against Hunger, has documented the resilience of the South Sudanese people through a series of photos. The article highlights the struggles of the communities in Old Fangak and Paguir, where 63% of the population faces emergency levels of food insecurity. The floods have made it impossible for farmers to cultivate crops, leading to severe hunger and malnutrition among children. Despite the hardships, the communities are adapting by growing rice and using canoes for transportation. The article also touches on Peter Caton's career and his commitment to documenting climate change and its impacts.

Best Photography Courses Online

17 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the availability and benefits of online photography courses, highlighting their convenience and flexibility for learners at all levels. It reviews several top online photography courses, including the Photography Masterclass by Phil Ebiner, which offers comprehensive coverage of photography from basics to advanced techniques. The Complete Photography Bundle by Udemy provides a collection of courses on various photography genres and editing. Photography 101 by Skillshare is ideal for beginners, focusing on camera settings and composition. Fundamentals of Photography by Coursera, offered by the University of Washington, delves into both technical and artistic aspects. Lastly, Professional Photography by Shaw Academy teaches the business side of photography, including pricing and client management, alongside technical skills. The article concludes by emphasizing the enjoyment and rewards of photography as a hobby and the effectiveness of online courses in learning the craft.

What Makes an Award-Winning Image?

17 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the characteristics of award-winning images, which are recognized for their technical excellence, creative merit, and overall impact. To be considered for an award, images are submitted to competitions or exhibitions and evaluated by expert judges. The article cites examples of iconic photographs, such as Kevin Carter's 'Vulture and Little Girl' and Steve McCurry's 'Afghan Girl', both of which have won prestigious awards. Additionally, the article provides tips for creating award-winning photographs, emphasizing the importance of composition, lighting, subject matter, storytelling, technical skill, post-processing, creativity, research, patience, and practice. The article serves as a guide for photographers aiming to produce work that could potentially win awards and gain recognition in the field of photography.

The Fragility of Fatherhood

16 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses Troy Colby's photographic work titled 'The Fragility of Fatherhood,' which spans over five years. It captures the complexities of growth and change within a family from the perspective of a father. Troy, who was a stay-at-home dad attending grad school, uses photography to document and cope with his youngest son's anxiety and migraines. The work challenges traditional gender roles and emphasizes the importance of family unity. The physical attributes of the book, such as its soft-touch cover and intimate size, are designed to reflect the caregiving aspect of parenting. Troy's work aims to share personal moments and offer solace to others on the parenting journey. Born in rural Kansas, Troy's work has been featured in various publications, and he holds a BFA and an MFA in his field.

Race, Love, and Labor (an excerpt) at The Center for Photography at Woodstock

14 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is showcasing 'Race, Love, and Labor (an excerpt),' a group exhibition featuring artists from the Woodstock AIR residency program. Originally curated by Dr. Sarah Elizabeth Lewis for the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz in 2014, the exhibition has been revisited to provide new context in light of recent social upheavals in the United States, including the Black Lives Matter movement and the COVID-19 pandemic. The exhibition, which includes works by ten American photographers, explores the dual nature of photography as a means of control and a tool for self-expression. It is open from January 14 to March 19, 2023, at CPW's new location in Kingston, NY. CPW is supported by various arts foundations and councils.

Stunning Photos from Rising Stars in Photography - January 2023

05 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article showcases a collection of stunning photographs taken by rising stars in the field of photography during January 2023. It highlights the works of several photographers, including Steven Stanley Manolakis, an aerial photographer from Sydney known for his Australian landscapes; Debdatta Chakraborty, a visual storyteller from Kolkata; Susan Reyman, who captures the beauty of time-worn faces and flora; Luke Stambouliah, a contemporary artist and commercial portrait photographer from Sydney; Cheryl Clegg, who has a long career in commercial photography and was a 2020 critical Mass finalist; Alireza Sahebi, an Iranian portrait photographer; Marjolein Martinot, a Dutch photographer based in France focusing on everyday life; David Gray, a photographer with a love for fine art projects; and Anna Grevenitis, a French-born visual artist who uses photography to express about family and the self. Each photographer's background, achievements, and unique approach to photography are discussed, providing inspiration and insight into the diverse world of photography.

Haukland 7-in-1 Photography Jacket

05 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article reviews the Haukland 7-in-1 Jacket, which is designed specifically for photographers. The jacket, created by European brand Haukland and founded by adventure photographer Benjamin Jaworskyj, is versatile and can be adapted for various weather conditions, offering over seven combinations for wear. It features 27 pockets to store camera gear, eliminating the need for a camera bag. The jacket is composed of three layers: a colored outer jacket, an insulated jacket, and a fleece jacket, each with multiple pockets and designed for different temperatures and conditions. The article highlights the jacket's functionality, style, and affordability, with a price tag of $349 including shipping. It is available in multiple colors and has been adapted for both men and women, with special cuts for women's bodies.

Solo Exhibition

01 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses a solo exhibition featured in the exclusive online showroom by All About Photo, showcasing 17 photographs from the series 'Bombay Beach' by Bram Coppens. Bombay Beach, located in Imperial County, California, was once a bustling beach destination until environmental issues led to its decline. However, it has recently experienced a revival as an artistic hub, attracting artists, intellectuals, and hipsters. The Bombay Beach Biennale, an art festival, contributes to this resurgence. Coppens, who is also a filmmaker, visited Bombay Beach to capture its transformation and focused on portraying the desolate aspects of the town. His work, shot on medium format analogue film, aims to convey the authentic atmosphere of the location through a cinematic lens.

Winners of the 2022 Leica Oskar Barnack Award Announced

01 Jan 2023  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the work of photographers Kiana Hayeri and Valentin Goppel, who were awarded the 2022 Leica Oskar Barnack Award. Hayeri's series, 'Written on the Ice, Left in the Sun,' focuses on the plight of Afghan women following the Taliban takeover, highlighting the loss of freedoms and security. Hayeri, an Iranian-born Canadian, has lived in Afghanistan for seven years and has received numerous accolades for her work. Goppel's series, 'Between the Years,' explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on his generation, capturing the sense of disorientation and isolation experienced by young adults. Both winning series and other finalists' projects will be exhibited at the Ernst Leitz Museum in Germany until January 2023.

The Most Expensive Photographs Ever Sold

20 Dec 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article provides an updated list of the most expensive photographs ever sold at auction. The top spot is held by Man Ray's 'Le Violon D'Ingres' (1924), which sold for $12.4 million at Christie's New York, followed by Edward Steichen's 'The Flatiron' (1904) at $11.8 million. Other notable sales include Peter Lik's 'Phantom' for $6.5 million, Andreas Gursky's 'Rhein II' (1999) for $4,338,500, Richard Prince's 'Spiritual America' (1983) for $3,973,000, and two works by Cindy Sherman, 'Untitled #96' (1981) and 'Untitled #93' (1981), fetching over $3.8 million each. The article also mentions the sale of Gilbert & George's 'To Her Majesty' (1973) and another of Richard Prince's 'Untitled (cowboys)' for $3,749,000. The sales reflect the collectors' interest in unique and historically significant photographs, with some controversy surrounding the authenticity and value of certain works.

Second Story Gallery

10 Dec 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The Second Story Gallery is hosting an exhibition featuring the work of photographer Charles Muir Lovell from December 10, 2022, to January 7, 2023. The exhibition, part of PhotoNOLA, includes 75 photographs spanning Lovell's career from 1973 to the present, showcasing his documentation of cultures and environments. Lovell's work focuses on New Orleans' second line parades, street language photography in various countries, and a new series of color monoprints. His photographs are included in several prestigious collections and have been recognized with awards, such as the 2020 Michael P. Smith Award for Documentary Photography. The exhibition is supported by various organizations, including the New Orleans Photo Alliance and New Orleans & Company. Lovell, a Chicago native with an MFA in photography, has a history of photographing people within their cultures, with a significant focus on Louisiana's cultural heritage.

Winners of AAP Magazine #28: Streets

07 Dec 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article announces the winners of the 'AAP Magazine #28: Streets' photography contest. It highlights the diversity of the photographers' backgrounds and their approaches to street photography. The 25 winning photographers hail from 14 different countries across four continents. The article emphasizes the photographers' talents in capturing the essence of society and its people through their ability to grasp decisive moments and present them in a compelling visual narrative. The winning images range from candid street scenes to poetic expressions of personal experiences, each telling a unique story and reflecting the photographers' individual styles and perspectives. The top three winners received a prize of $1,000, and all winners will have their work showcased in the AAP Magazine Winners Gallery and published in the printed issue of AAP Magazine #28 Streets.

Patrick Cariou: Works 1985–2005

05 Dec 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
French photographer Patrick Cariou is known for his portraits of marginalized cultures, which have been compiled in photobooks such as 'Surfers', 'Yes Rasta', 'Trenchtown Love', and 'Gypsies'. His work, spanning over 25 years, is showcased in 'Patrick Cariou: Works 1985–2005', published by Damiani. Cariou's subjects include surfers, Rastafarians, and gypsies, whom he portrays with honor and dignity. He discusses the challenges faced while photographing in different environments, such as the dangers in Jamaica and language barriers in India. Cariou emphasizes the importance of patience and research in his work. He shares anecdotes about his experiences, including a tense moment with a French gypsy and his shift from portraits to landscapes and cityscapes using an 8x10 camera, indicating a new direction in his career.

Solo Exhibition

01 Dec 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
All About Photo presents 'This Is Water,' a solo exhibition by American photographer Ann Prochilo, curated by Anna Van Lenten. The exhibition, part of an exclusive online showroom, is available for the month of December 2022 and features twenty photographs from Prochilo's series. The series is inspired by a story from David Foster Wallace and explores themes of self-awareness, transformation, and the unseen elements of our environment. Prochilo uses water as a metaphor to depict transitional moments and embraces optical distortions to highlight ambiguities. The artist's background includes a BA from Indiana University, a career spanning midwifery, AIDS activism, and pharmaceutical advocacy, and a return to full-time arts practice. Her work has been exhibited internationally and received various recognitions.

Incredible Images from Rising Star Photographers - November 2022

30 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article showcases a selection of rising star photographers for November 2022, providing insights into their backgrounds, artistic focus, and achievements. B Jane Levine from the United States transitioned from a career in biochemistry to photography, focusing on candid street portraits in New York City. Romanian photographer Anna Laza, a former model, now excels in art and fashion photography, emphasizing a unique style without sexualizing women. Prescott Lassman, an attorney and amateur photographer from the United States, incorporates philosophical elements into his black-and-white images. Joan-Ramon Manchado from Spain is a sculptor and photographer interested in the materiality of photography. Canadian photographer Francis A. Willey, proud of his Cree heritage, creates in-camera images without post-production. Italian Silvia Alessi combines artistic expression with reportage, inspired by diverse cultures. Julie Fowells from the United States explores the tension between the natural world and humanity. Tr Smith, born in Thailand and raised in Panama and Canada, uses photography to understand his place in the world. Lastly, Iranian photographer Sajedeh Zarei focuses on environmental and social issues through her documentary photography.

Best Canon Settings for Astrophotography: Take Stunning Shots of the Stars

28 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article serves as a guide for enthusiasts looking to delve into astrophotography, particularly focusing on camera settings for capturing the night sky. It emphasizes the importance of using manual mode to have full control over the photographic process. The author suggests setting a wide aperture between f/1.4 to f/2.8 to allow more light into the sensor, a shutter speed of at least 25 seconds to capture sufficient light, and an ISO level around 1,600 to 3,200 to compensate for low light conditions. Manual focusing is recommended, targeting the brightest star to avoid autofocus issues. The article also highlights the necessity of a tripod for stability and suggests using a remote shutter or a smartphone to prevent camera shake when pressing the shutter button. These tips are applicable to various camera brands including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, and Panasonic.

The 8th Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival to Showcase New International Photography Works

25 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The 8th Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival, a collaboration between Three Shadows Photography Art Centre and Xiamen Tianxia Jimei Media Co. Ltd., is set to commence in Xiamen on November 25, 2022. The festival, co-directed by Christoph Wiesner and RongRong with Gu Zheng as Art Director, will feature thirty exhibitions with works from over a hundred artists from various countries. It will include exhibitions from Les Rencontres d’Arles, Discovery Awards for young Chinese photographers, and a focus on Thai photography. The festival will also present awards, including the Jimei x Arles Discovery Award and the Curatorial Award for Photography and Moving Image, with various activities planned for the opening week. The event aims to promote contemporary photography and introduce new talents to the international stage.

Benjamin Barakat: Capturing the Night Sky and Sharing the Beauty of the Middle East

24 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
Benjamin Barakat is an astrophotographer with Lebanese and English heritage who has gained recognition for his work, including being named Milky Way Photographer of the year for two consecutive years. He leads international photography tours, teaching others how to capture the night sky. Barakat's work has been featured by major media outlets such as Forbes, CNN, BBC, National Geographic, and Vice. With a focus on the Middle East, he aims to raise awareness of the region's beauty through his photography. Barakat is also a researcher at the Sphinx Observatory in Switzerland. His work can be found on his website and Instagram, where he shares images with detailed captions and locations.

Niko J. Kallianiotis’ reassimilation into his native home in 'Athênai in Search of Home'

21 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
Niko J. Kallianiotis' book 'Athênai in Search of Home', published by Damiani, is a photographic exploration of Athens, the city where he grew up. The work reflects his personal journey of re-assimilation into a place that has become both foreign and familiar to him after living in the United States. The book captures the socio-economic challenges and the evolving identity of Athens through Kallianiotis' lens. The photographer discusses his experiences of living between two countries, the complexity of cultural identity, and his process of creating meaningful narratives through his images. He shares anecdotes from his career, including a memorable encounter with Ahmet, an immigrant in Athens, and reflects on the transition from editorial to personal projects. Kallianiotis also hints at his future work, which will encompass Greece as a whole.

My Father's Legacy: The 99 Cameras Club

17 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article is a personal story written by Federico Benincasa about his late father, who was an avid collector of vintage cameras. His father's collection amassed over 2000 cameras, which he passionately restored. After inheriting the collection, Federico decided to honor his father's memory by starting the '99 Cameras Club', a digital collection showcasing 99 of the most interesting cameras. He shares one camera daily on the club's website and Instagram, providing historical context and anecdotes. The project has garnered interest from a community of about 2000 people, leading to potential initiatives like a book or museum exhibition. Federico also considers creating a NFT collection to potentially finance these projects. The club is a tribute to his father's passion for collecting and repairing cameras, and a way to share the journey with others.

Interview with Photographer Ave Pildas on His New Book 'STAR STRUCK'

09 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
Ave Pildas, a photographer and former art director for Capitol Records, shares his journey from architecture student to a photographer with a focus on jazz musicians and Hollywood Boulevard. His work has been recognized by Downbeat Magazine and is included in prestigious collections such as the Museum of Modern Art. Pildas discusses his latest book 'STAR STRUCK', which showcases the vibrant life of Hollywood Boulevard in the '70s. His approach to photography involves careful composition and capturing contrasts. The article also touches on his previous architectural photography books and upcoming book signings. Additionally, a documentary about his life, 'Ave's America', is set to be released by Passion River Films.

Laura El-Tantawy Awarded the 6th Prix Virginia

08 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article announces British-Egyptian photographer Laura El-Tantawy as the winner of the 6th edition of the Prix Virginia, an award dedicated to women photographers. The online ceremony took place on November 8th, 2022. El-Tantawy's series 'I'll Die For You' was recognized among over 1,100 applications from nearly 90 countries. The series poignantly documents the plight of Indian farmers who have committed suicide due to debt. The jury, composed of international photography professionals, was deeply moved by El-Tantawy's work. The article also mentions the Prix Virginia's history, its founder Sylvia Schildge, and the award's significance in promoting women photographers. Additionally, it highlights the special mention of Penny Wolin (United States) and notes that the works of 10 other candidates will be featured on the Prix Virginia website.

Winners of AAP Magazine #27: Colors

04 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article announces the winners of AAP Magazine's 27th edition, themed 'Colors', showcasing the work of 25 photographers from 15 different countries across 5 continents. The selected photographs celebrate the diverse and aesthetic appeal of colors, ranging from bold and vibrant to pastel and monochromatic. The article highlights the photographers' exploration of color in their work, from the portrayal of captive parrots to the depiction of city architecture and cultural narratives. Each photographer's approach to color adds sensory pleasure and emotional depth to their images, reflecting the universal language of color in art and life.

Previously unseen portraits from Haight's Summer of Love by the acclaimed documentarian Elaine Mayes

02 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the work of photographer Elaine Mayes, who captured the essence of youth culture in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco during the late 1960s. Known for her spontaneous portraits, Mayes documented the transition of the hippie movement from its euphoric beginnings to a more troubled phase. The article highlights her process of capturing these images and her use of a Hasselblad camera for detailed shots. Mayes' work has been recognized with prestigious fellowships and is held in numerous museum collections. The article also touches on her academic contributions, teaching at various institutions and her status as Professor Emerita at New York University. Her portraits from the era are published in a book by Damiani.

Solo Exhibition

01 Nov 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses Eric Kunsman's project 'Felicific Calculus,' which explores the presence of working payphones in poorer neighborhoods of Rochester, NY. Kunsman, influenced by the negative perceptions of his colleagues regarding his studio's location, began to photograph and map payphones, overlaying this data with economic and crime statistics. His findings revealed that these payphones serve as a vital communication link for the area's impoverished residents, contradicting the assumption that they are predominantly used by criminals. The article highlights the decision by Frontier Communications to maintain these payphones, emphasizing community service over profit. Kunsman's work aims to challenge misconceptions linking poverty with crime and to shed light on the importance of payphones for economically disadvantaged individuals. The article also provides a brief biography of Kunsman, detailing his background, education, and achievements in photography and book arts.

Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen's Byker: A Modern Classic of Photography

28 Oct 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses the work of Finnish-born photographer and filmmaker Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, focusing on her influential book 'Byker', which documents a working-class community in Newcastle upon Tyne before its redevelopment. Konttinen's work is celebrated for its intimate portrayal of the community, and her book was named one of the top ten books of the year by The Observer. A founder member of the Amber Film & Photography Collective and the Side Photographic Gallery, Konttinen's contributions to photography and film have been recognized by UNESCO. A limited edition of her book, including a signed print, is available for purchase. The article also touches on Konttinen's background, her other projects, and her impact on cultural documentation and the arts.

'Art is never finished, only abandoned.' - Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

25 Oct 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article, written by Raju Peddada, explores the allure of abandoned structures through the lens of photography and personal experience. The author recounts a morning when, prompted by his son, he visited an abandoned train, reflecting on the reasons why people are drawn to such ruins. He discusses the psychological and aesthetic responses to abandoned places and how they can evoke a range of emotions and thoughts. Peddada delves into the process of understanding and analyzing photographs, considering the photographer's background, the viewer's perception, and the stories embedded within the subject of the photograph. He uses the abandoned train as a case study to illustrate these points, pondering the history of the train, the decisions leading to its abandonment, and the stories of those who once used it. The article also touches on the train's current state as a canvas for graffiti and a site for various illicit activities. Peddada concludes by reflecting on the limitations of photography in capturing the full essence of experiences, likening it to a narrative that triggers the imagination.

An Unnecessary War: Bucha and Beyond by Svet Jacqueline

25 Oct 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
Svet Jacqueline, a photojournalist, recounts her three-month experience documenting the war in Ukraine, particularly the aftermath in towns like Bucha and Irpin. She describes the sobering scenes of destruction, the presence of mines, looted homes, and the stark evidence of war crimes, including a mass grave behind the Church of Andrew in Bucha. Jacqueline reflects on the resilience of the Ukrainian people and the importance of documenting their humanity amidst the conflict. She also touches on her background, previous work, and her commitment to covering issues of displacement and humanitarian crises.

Father and son, Steve Schapiro and Theophilus Donoghue collaborate on a photographic panorama of humanity

22 Oct 2022  |  all-about-photo.com
The article discusses a collaborative photographic project titled 'Seventy-thirty' by father and son duo Steve Schapiro and Theophilus Donoghue, published by Damiani. The book showcases a diverse range of human emotions and experiences, featuring photographs from the 60s civil rights movement to contemporary Black Lives Matter protests and environmental rallies. Theophilus shares his journey, including a mission trip and his development as a photographer under his father's influence. He expresses admiration for Steve's work and details the process behind the book's creation, which was largely influenced by Steve and his wife Maura. The article also touches on future projects and exhibitions related to Steve's photography, as well as Theophilus's aspirations to highlight issues in Africa and continue exploring Steve's extensive archives.
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