International Lens Magazine has published its latest issue with the theme “color.” I had submitted a collection of photographs from the Great Salt Lake, The Fields of Color, and they were accepted for publication. This issue also marks their three-year anniversary and looks back into the past issues. It has rich content and is a carefully curated magazine with international contributions. I am pleased that my work is included in a landmark issue and wish the publishers continued success.
The Fields of Color is a small part of my much larger Great Salt Lake collection. There is a 70+ page bound folio containing the full set of eight folios which you can get from MagCloud. As I write this post, there is a small block on the sidebar about this publication. You can view The Fields of Color in PDF format, as published in the Lens magazine, but do consider visiting their site and other electronic venues where the magazine is available. (This PDF copy is best viewed in a viewer that can display images that span two pages.)
In the age of avalanche of photographs, they bring works that are different from the millions of images that enter our consciousness. Looking at different photographs, in content and style, may very well be one of the best ways to improve one’s vision and photographic language. The International Lens Magazine is certainly worth your attention and a few dollars for a subscription or a single-issue purchase. In this issue, you will find sample works from the previous issues and new work, from the photographs of nature to fashion, from landscapes to multiple exposure cityscapes. It will not disappoint, for this issue with over three hundred pages and hundreds of gorgeous photographs, I can say it is $5 well spent for a digital copy. I will buy the print version as well when it is available in the next few days from MagCloud, a bit pricey but worth looking at the printed photographs.
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There are eight two-page spreads that present my work and brief writing. You can view them as images below or view or download the PDF file from the above link.