Take it or Leave it with Bruce Gilden

I like that she’s chosen photography to express her innermost emotions and her feelings and I think she’s doing an okay job.
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Meet Bruce Gilden. In case you're clueless, he's one of our favorite Magnum photographers who won a Guggenheim Fellowship this past year and is known to be one of the badassest badasses in the business. He also shot a feature for our September magazine that you can check out here. When we asked him to film a new photo critique show, he agreed on the terms that the show wouldn't suck and, if it did, we'd let him sock us in the face.

The Magazine for Leica M Photography

60 years have passed since the launch of the Leica M3. The concept of the Leica rangefinder camera, with its unique combination of fine optical and mechanical precision, compact dimensions and intuitive handling, is a living legend.

The book-quality magazine is exclusively dedicated to M photography, presenting great pictures taken by renowned photographers, all wrapped up in a completely new outfit. Both format and content lay-out are solely focussed on the photograph. The M Magazine, concentrates on the essential and celebrates each picture – whether part of an extensive series or a single, unforgettable image. 

“Moonlight” – A Sony A7s ISO Test

It was around 12:30 AM and the moon was barely lighting the beautiful beach. The entire shoot took place between 12:30 AM- 2:00 AM.
— Carbon Studios
Our goal was to set out and shoot a short film that was lit entirely by moonlight. We waited for the moon to become full and on the night of September 8th we set out to explore the coast in California and see what we could find.


Underwater Life - Low Poly Illustration by Mordi Levi

After finishing my latest Low-poly portraits for “Game of Thrones” and “The Big Bang Theory,” I wanted to work on something different than a human portrait, and to see how this technique will adjust to different forms. This project took me almost 3 months to complete. All of the Low-poly Illustrations were made by hand. Line after line, poly after poly. No scripts and no automatic process.