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  • Fisheye Magazine #12
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    Fisheye Magazine #12

    W€b 3.0, trap or eldorado for photography?

    Already the 12th issue of Fisheye present in newsstands, bookstores and very soon available on tablet (iPad version). On the eve of its second anniversary, Fisheye keeps as a compass the curiosity to decipher the world through photography, and vice versa, as the contents of this issue show. From the resistance of film to the attempts to monetize photography through social networks - with our Web 3.0 dossier - Fisheye's eye remains curious. It looks at porn and 3D, at the reconfiguration of journalism by the lol culture, at graphic design, at the revival of photography in England, at France seen from here - a documentary project led by ImageSingulières and Médiapart. It takes a detour to Brussels to discover a new place dedicated to photography, listens to the Observatory of Creative Freedom talk about the progression of censorship since the attacks on Charlie Hebdo, and deciphers how photos of 1914-1918 and the Shoah are changing our perception of history on the Web. Fisheye also takes a breath of fresh air with Massimo Siragusa's portfolio on his Italian-style theaters, exhibited at La Gacilly, and Philippe Grollier's on the Bonfires in Northern Ireland. The readers' Tumblr is still there, as are all the other events: exhibitions, books, the lab, video art, web projects and all the columns.
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    Fisheye Magazine #11
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    Fisheye Magazine #11

    (Auto)censorship, art as a victim of fear

    In the contents of this 11th issue of Fisheye, there is a twenty-page dossier on the night, largely illustrated with works by contemporary photographers who talk about their nocturnal approach. In counterpoint, a short outline of a history of night photography puts these approaches in perspective. We also find a portrait of a young photographer of 24 years, Raphaël Yaghobzadeh, symbol of a generation that questions photojournalism; a report on the origin and the functioning of the Everyday Egypt movement on Instagram; an unpublished portfolio by Luc Choquer on women in Istanbul; an investigation on the pressures that led to the removal of several works in recent weeks; several pages on the new services offered to photographers; an incursion into the photo department of the Elysée Palace; a report by Grégoire Korganow on French prisons; a review of the Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères on the occasion of its 30th edition; an unpublished portfolio of architectural images by Matthias Heiderich; and even a little trip to a fishmonger's shop that exhibits photos on top of his sardines. And, of course, all the other sections: Tumblr of the readers, Video art, Job, Web project, Exhibitions, Books, Camera test, Photo workshop, Education, Chronicles... In short, something to consider the arrival of spring with a smile.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #6
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    Fisheye Magazine #6

    Sport, beyond the stereotypes

    Fisheye puts itself in the colors of sport for its 6th issue. We went in search of the Panini image of English striker Robbie Fowler or explore Olivier Cablat's take on these famous vignettes. Neil Leifer, Sports Illustrated photographer, gives us a mythical picture of Mohamed Ali in a fight that we now know was fixed. We even followed a baseball season for a year. The subject will never be exhausted, so much the sport and the photo are generators of stories in perpetual renewal. A stadium, a court, a swimming pool, a basketball court, what better setting to freeze the legend? Warm up, the kick-off of this new Fisheye is given. In this issue, we also discover the new photo scene in India. We decipher the pop feminism of Femen. And we entrust the test to a judoka and the portfolio to the lines of flight of a great reporter.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #4
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    Fisheye Magazine #4

    Selfie, all egocentric?

    For this January issue, Fisheye dedicates the feature of its fourth issue to the new generation self-portrait: the selfie. To understand how this word has invaded our daily lives, Fisheye called on sociologist Monique Dagnaud and psychologist Sylviane Barthe Liberge. Our two specialists of social networks analyze this self-portrait taken at arm's length and posted on social networks. Artists, amateur photographers and readers of Fisheye have also given us their vision of the selfie. From Justin Bieber to Barack Obama, embark on a 2.0 ego trip. Fisheye n° 4 is also an analysis through images of the FN propaganda, the story of the GoPro epic, the deciphering of the Snapchat app, an apartment transformed into a pinhole camera and a trip to China to meet the performer photographers.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #3
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    Fisheye Magazine #3

    Urban Culture, skateboarding, hip-hop, graffiti, the street in pictures

    ART'S MARKET : Here is Paris Photo FOCUS : Women photographers POLITICS : In bed with Vladimir Putin WORLD : Stateless people of Burma ECONOMY : Encounters vs. Luma: fight in Arles SOCIETY : Illetism, right to know LAB : Analogue, practice of ancient processes JOB : Photographer of the judicial identity
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    Fisheye Magazine #2
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    Fisheye Magazine #2

    Reinventing photojournalism

    For this second issue, Fisheye probes photojournalism, travels with travelers, crosses Mexico with Alejandro Cartagena's Car Poolers, explores the Rio photo scene, goes in search of the elusive JR, scans cameras and gets lost in the desert with Yougo Jeberg.
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    Fisheye Magazine #1
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    Fisheye Magazine #1

    Photographers, portrait of a generation

    Fisheye is a wide-angle lens. It questions everything through photography, it questions photography, everywhere. The columns are those of a news magazine, we talk about society, politics, economy, culture, technique and all styles of photography. From photojournalism to Instagram, Fisheye sees photography in a big way.
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