Stephanie Kloss is a talented German photographer and architecture specialist, who was born in 1967. He shoots a lot of architecture, urban, fashion and landscape photography. His new project “California Dreaming” takes us on a journey through time, back to the California of the fifties and sixties, when the American Dream was at its pinnacle in the Golden State. Architects like Richard Neutra, John Lautner and Albert Frey designed the dream homes of the Californian elite, buildings that still attract admiring glances from the architecture community today. And Kloss’s series of images – which could easily have come from a Hollywood film from the 1950s – pay homage to these great architects of late modernity. Kloss recreates the glamour of the era with her model, Anne, who becomes a living sculpture and, dressed in the style of the time, serves to show off the surrounding architecture.
Nikon Small World announced the winners of it’s microscope photography contest, and this year’s champion
Loes Heerink is a talented self-taught photographer and communication officer based in Enschede, Netherlands. For