Tagged: RZ

Markus Klinko on notjustfashion.net

notjustfashion.net has published a new interview with Mamiya RZ shooter Markus Klinko.

Be sure to check out Klinko’s thoughts on his life, art, and photography gear in the interview. One year ago we published a detailed profile of Klinko and his photographic work with his partner Indrani. You can see our latest video featuring Klinko on YouTube for more details.

 

Flickriver of RZ Goodness

Here’s a cool resource for your browsing pleasure. Check out this thread on Flickriver to see images posted by photographers using Mamiya RZ-Series cameras. Leaning heavily toward the RZ67, it’s fascinating to see what types of images people are creating with medium format resolution.

Bookmark it and return often to see what other RZ shooters are posting. This is definitely worth returning to again and again. Enjoy!

Jooney Woodward Wins Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

The esteemed British Journal of Photography reports Jooney Woodward has won this year’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize. Woodward shot 13-year-old Harriet Power holding a guinea pig, the pair’s hair complementing each other perfectly against a white lab coat.

©The British Journal of Photography

The prize is worth £12,000, and Woodward captured her winning image with a Mamiya RZ medium format camera.

You can read the full story at the British Journal of Photography article, and you can get more details on the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery’s site. Congrats, Jooney!

Philip-Lorca diCorcia Looks Back

The New York Times recently ran a Q&A piece with photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia. For over ten years, starting in the late 1990s, diCorcia had almost complete freedom in his fashion photography he executed for W. magazine.

In the interview, diCorcia states he uses a Mamiya RZ “quite a lot.”

diCorcia’s photography often told stories, sometimes with disturbing juxtapositions. The elaborate and deliberate stagings he created inserted new vernacular in the vocabulary of accepted fashion photography.

Read more about Philip-Lorca diCorcia and see his work at The Collective Shift.