February issue of World Photographers Summit (WPS) features an article titled "Watching the music" about my concert photography. Spread on 14 pages, it contains some of my concert photographs taken at various concerts and festivals in the last few years.
World Photographers Summit is a free online (PDF format) quarterly photography magazine which, as the founders say on it's website, acts "as a tribute to the world of photography, through an sharable medium - a medium meant to be purely photography oriented" with a mission to "build an online community to make people enthusiastic and inspired to the world of photography".
Their first issue, for example, featured David Belisle, NY / Seattle based photographer best known for his work as a tour photographer for two of my favorite bands, Yeah Yeah Yeah and R.E.M. (check out his great book "R.E.M.: Hello"), so it's quite a honor to be published amongst such great photographers.
PetaPixel, a great online magazine for photography (known for their reviews and great inspirational articles, featuring many talented photographers), just published my article about falling in love in photography again.
April issue of the UK's Professional Photographer magazine brings the finalists of their Professional Photographer of the Year 2012 (PPOTY 2012) competition and I'm happy to say that my photograph is one of them!
Irena a.k.a. Derza Fanistori is an avid Croatian blogger, writing also about music. Recently she introduced a great idea to her blog called "Music Thursday", which have interviews with the musicians she likes and appreciates.
October issue of the Serbian ReFoto magazine, probably the best photographic magazine in the former Yugoslavia region, features an eight page article on live concert photography, with my humble contribution.
Just after slovenian photo magazine Digitalna Kamera featured some of my concert photos, I'm happy to say that the story continues. Latest issue of UK's Practical Photography magazine (April 2011) features...
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