The main photographic love of Rutger ten Broeke (62) is nudes. The former fashion photographer loves to have beautiful female bodies in front of his lens. But his love of photography is greater than this alone, in the past, he organised the first photograph auction in The Netherlands and ran his own gallery F.32. What is Ten Broeke doing now?
Articles with tag 'Issue #4'
Nudity and nakedness features in all art forms, and the invention of photography left little concealed.
Next June Rizzoli Publishers put out the book Jazz Age Beauties – The Lost Collection of Ziegfeld Photographer Alfred Cheney Johnston. It presents the work of a photographer whose recent reputation mostly depended on a small group of eBay photo dealers. One of these online treasure hunters is Robert Hudernovik. It took him years of study to compile this book with two hundred photos
2006 was an unparalleled year in the Dutch history of photography
Photographers are constantly looking for a solution to answer that question. As a result, they may resort to the editing of images. However, adding that little bit of ‘something’ has a very different effect in press photography and art photography. What is the limit between acceptable editing and conscious manipulation?
To allow a photograph to show its true beauty, it has to be displayed properly. As an analogue or digital print, with or without frame. But what paper is best to use and why?
The work of Spanish photographer David Nebrada (Madrid, 1952) could be said to appeal to the voyeur in all of us.