The 9th issue of S Magazine is out (press release)

The Ninth Issue of S Magazine Shows the Diversity of Professional and Contemporary Leica Photography

May 18, 2017 – S Magazine has continually documented the expertise and inspiration of globally acclaimed photographers, and the ninth issue, available today, goes further still by presenting a new exhibit of professional and contemporary Leica photography.  For the first time, S Magazine illustrates the enormous diversity of Leica photographers in a lookbook containing 20 top portfolios. Acclaimed photographers, as well as up-and-coming talent, reveal their full imagination and creative prowess with no limitations or specified themes. All works and accompanying film material shown were captured with Leica S-System or SL-System cameras and lenses. In-depth interviews and videos can be found on the website www.s-magazine.photography.

The photographers featured in S Magazine No. 9 include: Enrique Badulescu, Joachim Baldauf, Aglaja Brix & Florian Maas, Bil Brown, Arved Colvin-Smith, Anna Daki, Rui Faria, Christian Geisselmann, Esther Haase, Marie Hochhaus, Benjamin Kaufmann, James Meakin, Monica Menez, Hector Perez, Elizaveta Porodina, Rene & Radka, Christian Rinke, Tristan Rösler, Takahito Sasaki and special guest Ellen von Unwerth.

About S Magazine

S Magazine is a unique platform that offers acclaimed photographers an opportunity to present their personal visions of fashion and fine-art photography without commercial restraints. This allows artists to blaze new trails and explore unknown terrain in professional photography and the visual arts and create powerful images and video, unpredictable formats and extravagant new perspectives. The print edition of S Magazine is published once or twice a year, and each issue captivates its readers with perfect design, images and articles, all beautifully printed on premium quality paper. Up to now, the appearance of almost every issue has been celebrated by the design scene and the printing industry with the most prestigious awards and prizes – among them, three consecutive Red Dot awards, the ultimate accolade for outstanding design. With regard to layout, design and printing quality, the large format S Magazine is superlative in all respects and is eminently suitable as a collector’s piece or a premium addition to archival collections. A free subscription to the online edition of the magazine for all iOS and Android devices is also available as a feature of the S App.

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  • Les

    There is a very strong “1970’s fashion” feel to each and every portfolio. It could be worse. It could be a 1980’s fashion feel…

    • eric

      Retro nostalgia is the thing right now. At least judging from euro photographers I see on Instagram. Ive never heard of any of these photographers though, not exactly the A list.

      • Bo Dez

        you’ve never heard of Ellen Von Unwerth? lol, ok then.

        • eric

          nope. I googled her. Never seen her work before. she seems to be from a different era.

          • Bo Dez

            well that just shows how little you know.

          • eric

            Whatever dude. Worship whoever you want. Im not an old person. I follow my contemporaries like Kat Irlin and Elsa Bleda…way better photographers. But to each there own.

          • Bo Dez

            No, it’s not worship. It’s just a question of history that you should know if you are going to comment that no one is A list when they clearly are. Ellen has consistently shot every Vogue, Vanity Fair, V, W, Harpers, for decades and she is a seminal and very influential photographer.

            As for your contemporaries you follow, they look rather dated and hardly fashion, but like you say, each to their own. They are hardly “way better photographers”. For contemporaries who would challenge I would suggest someone like Harley Weir, Jamie Hawkesworth, Johnny Dufort, Colin Dogson etc.

          • It’s always worthwhile to check out the work of the people that likely influenced your “contemporaries”.
            I suppose Richard Avedon, Yousuf Karsh, Annie Leibovitz etc. are all too dated for you as well? The people you follow derived their styles from photographers that came before them, it’s good to study them too.
            Some of those photographers are beyond “A list” by the way, they would be considered “Elite”. You need to educate yourself on the European photographers, past and present, if you want to understand the styles of the photographers you mentioned.

          • eric

            I know who Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, Diane Arbus, HCB, Alex Webb, Lartigue, David Lachappelle, Helmut Newton, Robert Frank, and many other greats are. I never heard of that person mentioned though and would not consider her a significant photographer. That’s just my opinion. There are literally thousands of fashion + famous photographers today. Pick whoever you like. I don’t have time to study everyone in history, so I only study the best alongside following my contemporaries who are relevant to my era. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.

    • Bo Dez

      what? no there isn’t.

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