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PhotographyPosted by Studio Elysion Tue, June 11, 2013 20:56:05


They give us those nice bright colors

They give us the greens of summers

Makes you think all the world’s

A sunny day, oh yeah

I got a Nikon camera

I love to a photograph

So mama, don’t take my Kodachrome away

Credits: Paul Simon

Written in a time when the famous Kodachrome films were still in circulation (1973), the uniqueness of the films were well characterized in these lyrics.

This fall, Brooklyn based publisher powerHouse Books will launch a new book, 'Kodachrome Memory', that captures a selection of images that reveal the real America throughout the seventies and eighties - naturally shot with Kodachromes. As summer is still in progress, a preview is available online before it will hit the stores.

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Spotless Shots

PhotographyPosted by Studio Elysion Sat, January 12, 2013 19:21:44
Stunning. Striking. Swept away.

That's how I would describe how a friend and I felt when we sneaked inside a gallery last week, on a dreary night in Berlin.

The way the German and relatively unknown photographer Horst Schäfer captured the sights of New York City in the sixties, is absolutely breathtaking. His superb timing and sense of architectural structures created phenomenal pictures that are hard to leave behind at Galerie Dittmar. Herr Dittmar was kind enough to show us - very proud and enthusiastic - the drawers, that were filled with Schäfer's pictures. Bless the era of analogue black and white photography and streets that were filled with decently dressed citizens. An era we can only long back for watching Mad Men and these pictures of course.

Please make sure to visit the exhibition if you're around the city of Berlin - it will be on view until February 23rd.

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A city that went to sleep

PhotographyPosted by Studio Elysion Tue, November 13, 2012 14:05:49

They say it never sleeps. A specific feature that defines its natural being - the Island of Manhattan. However, the overwhelming power of the storm Sandy put the island to sleep. A unique sight that was captured by the Dutch photographer Iwan Baan. Baan is well-known for his architectural work, but the latest publications of his work of a dark city, show a new form where architecture, urban grids and landscape tend to melt into true pieces of art.

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PhotographyPosted by Studio Elysion Fri, November 25, 2011 15:11:19
'Wandering Comma' is the latest exhibition by young and beloved NY based photographer Ryan McGinley, currently on show in downtown London.

All very large format prints in the follow line of dreamy spherics as 'Moonmilk'.

On show at the Alison Jacques Gallery, until 22nd of December 2011.

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Analogue Canals

PhotographyPosted by Studio Elysion Thu, September 22, 2011 13:24:07
After hitting ground all around the world, Amsterdam has it's own Lomography Gallery Store.

From September 13th. Lomo has called their home in the heart of the boutique area of the Nine Streets in a canal house on the corner of the Herengracht and Wolvenstraat.

For more information about this House of Analogue Hipstamatics, drop by or visit their website.

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Northern stars

PhotographyPosted by Studio Elysion Tue, October 19, 2010 12:13:19
If you're heading up north, make sure not to miss the 17th edition of the Noorderlicht Photo Festival that is on view on several locations in Leeuwarden.

Special attention for Warzone, a serie about the scars wars left on soldiers. Warzone has already been put out in the Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam and on the phenomenal New York Photo Festival last May.

Christoph Bangert.

Noorderlicht Photo Festival will be open untill October 31st.

Visit Noorderlicht

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