Mischa Keijser is a professional photographer living and working in The Netherlands. He recently self-published a very handsome limited edition book of personal photos that he views as a visual diary of the period in his life dating from the death of his father, through falling in love, and the birth of Mischa's first child. In between are moments of majesty in local Dutch landscapes, and meditations on the treatment of animals and the environment in modern society.
Although photojournalists show us so much, they rarely get the chance to speak. This book, containing almost 40 interviews, fills that gap with an astounding array of stories and perspectives from the front lines of the Iraq War.
After years of relative anonymity, the Canadian photography scene is sparking into life. An ambitious photojournalism-focused festival hopes to encourage a burgeoning scene.
The great frontiers of today are not real mountains nor real oceans—they are the infinite digital worlds that exist all around us. Step into the dizzying mind of Drew Nikonowicz, this year's Aperture Portfolio Prize winner.