Anup Shah : Au plus près de la vie sauvage
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Anup Shah : Au plus près de la vie sauvage

SLATE par Fanny Arlandis «J’ai grandi au Kenya où la faune était juste devant la porte en abondance», raconte Anup Shah. Ce photographe a parcouru la réserve nationale de Masaï Mara pendant trois ans à la recherche d’images qui permettent de découvrir «l’intérieur de l’espace privé des animaux sauvages –mentalement, émotionnellement, intellectuellement–, mais aussi de sentir la terre, le vent, entendre … Lire la suite

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze : Hong Kong, le moment bleu
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Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze : Hong Kong, le moment bleu

CITYLAB by Linda Poon For just a few minutes a day, the sky cloaks the entire city in a glowing, azure tint. Most photographers swear by the “golden hour”—the hour just after sunrise, or the one right before sunset, when the lighting is just right. But when Hong Kong-based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze tried to capture his home at sunset, … Lire la suite

Camille Seaman : la tête dans les nuages
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Camille Seaman : la tête dans les nuages

  Camille Seaman takes photographs all over the world using digital and film cameras in multiple formats. Since 2003, her work has concentrated on the fragile environment of the polar regions. Her current project concerns the beauty of natural environments in Siberia. Seaman’s photographs have been published in Newsweek, Outside, Zeit Wissen, Men’s Journal and more, and … Lire la suite

Shanghaï : La plus haute tour de Chine
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Shanghaï : La plus haute tour de Chine

THE PHOTOGRAPHER Joe Nafis, a Californian living in China, has a great view from various perches of China’s tallest building, the Shanghai Tower. But just as important he has patience, allowing the creation of this splendid time-lapse footage of the building going from gaping abscess to twisty, moon-poking immensity. At 2,073 feet tall, the just-finished tower … Lire la suite