Archive for July, 2010

POP is very excited to feature the incredible work of and a short interview with Rus Anson, a rising star in fashion photography. Born and raised in Barcelona, Rus currently lives, studies and works in San Francisco. She is planning to move to New York at the end of this year, once she finishes her […]

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Almost Famous is a new section that features photographers you are sure to hear of (if you haven’t already). This week we meet San Francisco fashion photographer Olga Lavrukhina. First the pics, then the stats and a short interview.

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It’s official. The kids are keeping print alive. And great photographers employed. And giving us Lady Gaga. Wait… Seriously, great spread ad in W assuring us that print is here to stay…at least for the moment.


San Francisco photographer Cynthia Wood shared these outtakes with POP from a shoot she did for the November 2009 issue of San Francisco magazine for their “Street Detail” section, in which they featured the different neighborhoods of San Francisco.

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I invited publication designer Thomas Miller and architecture and interior photographer Joern Blohm to have a discussion with me about architecture magazine, Mark. Mark is published bi-monthly in Amsterdam, features a perfect-bound 224-page folio and carries a $20 price tag on the newsstand and an annual subscription price of 90 Euros. The higher cost seems […]

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POP:Photo was lucky enough to grab 15 minutes with the very busy ARTMIX Beauty wardrobe and prop stylist Nissa Quanstrom. In her trademark upbeat style, Nissa talked with us about where she finds inspiration, trends affecting stylists, and how the industry could recognize the best work in styling. Thank you Nissa! How long have you […]

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Just for fun, I thought I’d share one of my favorite aerial shots from German photographer Pedro Citoler’s Kleingarten project. Citroler is a commercial and documentary photographer based in Cologne, Germany who spends much of his time gliding silently above German towns shooting the gardens known internationally as allotment gardens and in Germany as kleingartens. […]