What Price Wisdom?

More than any star of her generation, Anne Hathaway has been through Hollywood’s school of hard knocks. Today she’s all grown up, and she is nobody’s punching bag.
Photographs by Francesco Carrozzini

“Having the ability to do something on my own terms has been good for me. It has allowed me to calm down.”
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Anne Hathaway by Francesco Carrozzini
more at Town & Country

Dans la peau de Zoë

Entre blockbusters et série ambitieuse, l’égérie du parfum Black Opium d’Yves Saint Laurent impose tranquillement son magnétisme à Hollywood. Simon Liberati dissèque pour nous le charme envoûtant de Zoë Kravitz.
Photographie par Zoey Grossman

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Zoë Kravitz par Zoey Grossman
pour L’Officiel Paris – Février 2019

Penélope Cruz Isn’t Scared to Look Back

She places family above all, from the roles she chooses to filming schedules—and remains grounded in the life she’s built for herself. Next month, she stars in the thriller ‘Everybody Knows’ alongside her husband, Javier Bardem.

“There are a lot of things that have surprised me about [motherhood]. It’s like a revolution inside you—a very animal-like one. The whole world looks different. You’ll never think of yourself first again, and I think that’s a very good thing. It happens in a second.”

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Penélope Cruz Isn’t Scared to Look Back
Photography by Nico Bustos
more at Marie Claire

Landscapes by Charley Moore

Charley Moore is an explorer. He spends most of his time in National parks, searching for magnifcent landscapes and wildlife. Charles and Deborah Lupica met him in Utah for a lengthy interview.

I started in photography about 15 years ago by accident more or less. I had no intention of being a photographer. But working for the tour company, that I eventually owned, I was taking photographers on tours and I got interested, initially using point and shoot cameras that were easy replaced because I dropped a few in the sand and banged them into canyon walls while climbing in the canyons. Paying attention to photographers on my tours to what they were doing and listening to them talking and asking lots of question, I eventually got my frst DSLR. People liked the way I saw things, my creativity with the camera and knowing what the camera could do for me. I started doing more and more photography tours and that is how I got really interested in photography and it became a profession for me.
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Landscapes by Charley Moore
via Shades of Color Magazine

An Interview with Wolf Ademeit

Wolf Ademeit’s stunning images have graced the covers of several books and magazines, and also regularly appear in advertising. His photographs have been chosen by artists as templates for drawings, paintings and tattoos.

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The International Magazine for Contemporary Fine Art Photography. Lens is a monthly publication that exhibits the best and brightest photography works.Lens Magazine follows the same the foundations laid upon by its predecessor, aiming to unearth and showcase both leading artists and emerging talents alike. Anyone can contribute to the monthly publication, which covers the entire spectrum of photography – from the individual interpretation of a single concept explored in each issue from a variety of international artists, to handy tips and tricks for any amateur or aspiring photographers. Lens Magazine takes a single concept each month, and allows its contributors to delve into any ideas and emotions evoked from this theme, leading to a rich and varied selection of photographs and stories behind them.
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An Interview with Wolf Ademeit by Anne Pinto-Rodrigues
more in Lens Magazine

Visual Q&A with Gary Cummins

Gary Cummins, creates visions of spectacular wonder and ephemeral starry night skies. Recently Gary won Honorable Mention, for the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest, 2018. A travel photographer by trade, currently he is based in Toronto. Gary says, “I see photography as a means of meditation. A way to connect with the world around and to capture it so I can tell a story.”

How do you view the world?

Why photography?

Where do you go when you close your eyes?

What makes a great shot?

What is your trademark photographic style?

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Visual Q&A with Gary Cummins
more at cooph

Visual Q&A with Alex Teuscher

Alex Teuscher is a self-taught photographer based in Geneva, Switzerland. His work is predominantly commercial based and editorial. Alex is a foodie, movie enthusiast and a world traveler. He states, “One of my dream places to visit would be Antarctica, and am hoping to make that a reality soon.” We asked Alex some questions, questions that can only be answered with images…

What truly inspires you?

What is an important lesson you have learned?

Where do you go when you close your eyes?

What makes a great shot?

Who are you?

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Visual Q&A with Alex Teuscher
more at cooph