Beyoncé & JAY Z’s “On the Run” Tour Book by Mason Poole

Following the successful ‘On the Run’ Tour co-headlined by Beyoncé and JAY Z, Mason Poole, one of the tour’s official photographers, has released a commemorative photography book capturing some of the visual scenes. Spanning 50 pages, the tour book features behind-the-scenes shots and black-and-white portraits of the powerhouse duo in several Bonnie & Clyde-themed moments, including visuals from their HBO-produced ‘On The Run’ trailer and from their short film Bang Bang.

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Beyoncé & JAY Z’s “On the Run” Tour Book by Mason Poole

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International Images for Screen

International Images for Screen
Open to everyone to enter, this exhibition celebrates photography and image work from across the globe. The exhibition is produced on CD and everyone who enters will receive a copy, which can be used for screening at camera clubs and events.
from The Royal Photographic Society

RPS101RPS Gold Medal, Traditional: Nets at Dawn
Sandra Crook LRPS

RPS102RPS Silver Medal, Traditional: Wondering
Subrata Bysack

RPS103RPS Ribbon, Traditional: Pont de Petroli
Jordi Egea Torrent

RPS104RPS Ribbon, Traditional: Storm Force
Martin Fry FRPS AFIAP BPE2* APAGB

RPS105RPS Gold Medal, Creative: Air ‘Sylph’
Lyndsay Roberts

RPS106RPS Silver Medal, Creative: Head
Vicki Lea Boulter ARPS FNPS ASWPP

RPS107RPS Ribbon, Creative: The Piano Lesson
Al Buntin ARPS MPAGB

RPS108RPS Gold Medal, Nature: Lioness and Cub Walking
Willem Kruger ARPS AFIAP APSSA

RPS109FIAP Silver Medal, Nature: King Penguins Patrol
Mark Roberts

RPS110RPS Bronze Medal (Selector’s Choice – Anne Cassidy FRPS), Traditional: Green Eyed Girl
Fatimah Ibraheem Al Marhoun

RPS111RPS Bronze Medal (Selector’s Choice – Tony Worobiec FRPS), Traditional: Silo Steps and Shadows
Andy Fryer EFIAP DPAGB

RPS112RPS Ribbon, Traditional: Sea Beach
Yongzhuo Chen

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International Images for Screen
from The Royal Photographic Society

I Heart Quebec City

I Heart Quebec City

QuebecCity001Rue St. Louis
Photograph by Susan Seubert
Restaurants and shops on the rue St. Louis bring pedestrians out in the evening. The street is in a bustling section of Quebec City, Canada’s oldest established city.

QuebecCity002St. Lawrence River
Photograph by Susan Seubert
The St. Lawrence River cuts between Quebec City (seen here) and the city of Lévis.

QuebecCity003Trompe L’Oeil
Photograph by Susan Seubert
Trompe l’oeil paintings create an otherworldly scene under the freeway along Boulevard Charest Est in Quebec City.

QuebecCity004Samuel de Champlain Monument
Photograph by Susan Seubert
A monument on Terrasse Dufferin pays tribute to French explorer Samuel de Champlain, who founded Quebec City on July 3, 1608.

QuebecCity005Parliament Building
Photograph by Susan Seubert
The Fontaine de Tourny, outside the Parliament Building in Quebec, was inaugurated in 2008 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Quebec City. Constructed in France, the fountain won a gold medal at the 1855 Paris World’s Fair.

QuebecCity006Lower Vieux-Quebec, also known as Quartier Petit Champlain, Quebec City, Canada
Photograph by Susan Seubert

QuebecCity007The skyline of Vieux-Québec (Old Québec), a historic area of Québec City that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site
Photograph by Alan Copson

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Ansel Adams | Classic Images

Robert Mann Gallery is pleased to announce Ansel Adams: Classic Images. Presenting some of both Adams’ best-known photographs as well as stellar lesser-seen works—including several vintage prints dating back to the artist’s very early career in the 1920s—this group by the legendary photographer spans the grand scope of his Western landscapes. Seminal images such as Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico and El Capitan Sunrise, Winter, Yosemite National Park, CA showcase Adams’ gift for dramatic truth: deep black skies loom over sleeping, ivory-lit villages, and halcyon clouds frame chiaroscuro cliffs above the forest floor. As Adams once said, “Sometimes I think I do get to places just when God is ready to have somebody click the shutter,” (Interview with Milton Esterow, ArtNews, 1984).

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Ansel Adams | Classic Images

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

wildlifePOTY01Grand title winner
Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols, USA

wildlifePOTY02Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014
Grand title winner
Carlos Perez Naval, Spain

wildlifePOTY03New Special Award: People’s Choice
Winner 2014
Marsel van Oosten, The Netherlands

wildlifePOTY04Earth’s Environments
Winner 2014
Francisco Negroni, Chile

wildlifePOTY05Mammals
Winner 2014
Alexander Badyaev, Russia/USA

wildlifePOTY06World in our Hands
Winner 2014
Bruno D’Amicis, Italy

wildlifePOTY07Young Awards — 11-14 Years
Winner 2014
Marc Albiac, Spain

wildlifePOTY08Young Awards — 15-17 Years
Winner 2014
Anton Lilja, Sweden

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014
Gallery 2014
View the winning images selected by our international jury. WPY champions ethical photography. Images are chosen for their artistic composition, technical innovation and truthful interpretation of the natural world.

more at: nhm.ac.uk

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age

Constructing Worlds brings together eighteen exceptional photographers from the 1930s to the present day who have changed the way we view architecture and perceive the world around us.
From the first skyscrapers in New York and decaying colonial structures in the Congo, to the glamorous suburban homes of post-war California, and the modern towers of Venezuela, we invite you on a global journey through 20th and 21st century architecture.
Featuring over 250 works, this exhibition highlights the power of photography to reveal hidden truths in our society.

ConstructingWorlds01 ConstructingWorlds02 ConstructingWorlds03 ConstructingWorlds04 ConstructingWorlds05 ConstructingWorlds06Featured photographers:
Berenice Abbott, Iwan Baan, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Hélène Binet, Walker Evans, Luigi Ghirri, Andreas Gursky, Lucien Hervé, Nadav Kander, Luisa Lambri, Simon Norfolk, Bas Princen, Ed Ruscha, Stephen Shore, Julius Shulman, Thomas Struth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Guy Tillim
Also includes the work of iconic architects:
Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Minoru Yamasaki, Luis Barragán, Aldo Rossi, Pierre Koenig, Charles and Ray Eames, Daniel Libeskind

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