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In 2013, Elliott Erwitt was asked to be a part of the distinguished Macallan Masters of Photography series. Armed with his trusty Leica camera, he embarked on an exploration of Scotland in hopes of capturing its people’s particular spirit and allure, call
Our daily lives are overwhelmed by visual stimuli. Amid this abundance, German-born fine art photographer Yoram Roth invites the viewer to linger and interpret his imagery by staging deliberate, timeless, and distilled scenes. This luxurious new coffee ta
Stefan Rappo is the photographer of emotions. He creates subtle and inconspicuous images without ornament or demanding staging: a return to the natural state and the primacy of emotions.
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In this new limited edition, The World, Poliza opens his digital treasure chest to reveal previously unpublished images from all seven continents.
More than 60 million people visit New York City each year. Every single traveler experiences the city in a unique way. There is no such thing as one New York. Streets of New York is a New York photo book that celebrates the Big Apple’s tremendous diversit
A visually stunning book that approaches erotic photography from a female point of view, curated by Iman Whitfield
Michael Poliza is more than a seasoned globetrotter who has traveled through almost 170 countries. He is also a collector of the world, always on the lookout for breathtaking landscapes, remote regions, and intact nature reserves. With his camera ever on
July 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing—a milestone in the history of humankind. Today, the adventure, courage, and ground-breaking accomplishment behind the NASA Apollo missions remains as compelling as ever.
From ocean shores to some of the most remote indigenous communities in the world, photographer Cristina Mittermeier explores humanity’s relationship with the planet and possibilities for a mindful, sustainable future.