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In this month's issue:
In this month’s B+W Elizabeth Roberts talks to Lynne Cohen, shortly before her untimely death in May, about how her photographs reveal aspects of our everyday world we never knew existed; Michael Birt reports on why Stefan Moses is one of the most distinctive portrait photographers of our time; Neil Aldridge shares his stunning wildlife photography and five lucky readers showcase their images from a recent B+W still life workshop.
In the first article of his new series, Tim Clinch provides hints and tips to guide you through the world of smartphone photography. Susan Burnstine talks to award-winning photographer Cheryle St. Onge, while Swiss-born Pierre Pelegrini shares his beautiful landscapes in 60-Second Exposure. John Dooley celebrates the merits of monochrome and Colin Harding looks at the fascinating history of the Gandolfi camera. Meanwhile, Lee Frost gets creative with soft focusing and Tim Daly looks at how photographing cities can lead to an inspiring project.
Thomas Peck gives one beautiful image an in-depth photo analysis, while we look at the skills needed to be a good photo editor. Nikon’s new flagship camera, the D4S, is put to the B+W test and we checkout six of the best smartphones currently on the market. Plus, we keep you up-to-date with the latest news, books and exhibitions connected to the monochrome world, and showcase our favourite readers’ pictures.
PIERRE PELLEGRINI, PNY AMBASSADOR FROM SWITZERLAND - TICINO - LUGANOhttp://www.pny.eu/ambassador/pierre-pellegrini