There have been many announcements on this blog lately and I promise I will soon return to my usual photographic ramblings. In the meantime, I would like to share one more piece of news. 

Steven Friedman, as co-editor, and I are launching a brand-new photography magazine called ELEMENTS. This new monthly magazine is dedicated to elegant landscape photography, insightful editorials and clean design, of course carefully curated like the Medium Format Magazine with one difference – it is not related to any technical format. You will find exclusive interviews, editorials and pieces from the best landscape photographers in the world. You can get more information on our landing page www.elementsphotomag.com

While the word “landscape” implies a typical beautiful vista, our magazine will go well beyond that. The best way would be to see it yourself. I will share more information with you shortly. 

In the meantime, I would like to ask for your help:

In mid-December we will launch an extended sign-up website. Of course, I will share the link with you. 

I am very excited about this new publication and I hope you share this excitement with Steven and me. 

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4 thoughts on “ELEMENTS Magazine

  1. Hello Olaf,

    I wish you every success with yet another venture! I really look forward to seeing the magazine and i have always had a great deal of respect for Bruce Barnbaum who I see is a contributor. I have to admit, though, I am not a devotee of the heroic landscape (i.e. sky, mountain and lake) as I can never manage to get to a location by sunrise! I gather from your blog, however, that scope of the magazine is broader than that.

    Best wishes, John Patterson

    1. Hello John,

      Thank you so much for your support. You are absolutely right – the ELEMENTS Magazine will greatly expand the visual idea of landscape. In fact, this is one of the reasons we decided to work on it – there is so much unique, beautifully crafted and elegant landscape photography which get lost because it wasn’t done during sunrise/sunset hours 🙂

      Thank you so much for reading,


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