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Summer 2015 Issue

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Summer 2015 Issue

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Throughout history, photographers have documented three key aspects of rock and roll: rebellion, destruction and the essence of the album. But today, with no definitive rock and roll sound, how are these elements visualized and captured? For our Summer 2015 “Rock and Roll Issue” cover story, photographed by Natalie Brasington, we looked to three emerging Brooklyn-based rock artists—Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy, Fort Lean and The Prettiots—for the answer. Enter “The Visual Evolution of Rock and Roll.” 

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Since MTV first aired in 1981, the network instantly became a hit. But what its early viewers may have not realized, is that these videos would transform music perhaps more than it revolutionized television. With comment from the most famed music video directors in history including Nigel DickGeoff Moore and Mark Pellington, find how video changed the way rock and roll is interpreted, remembered and loved.

Resource Travel Editor and Photographer Michael Bonocoreembarks on a photographic journey through Namibia, Africa. From the wildlife to the desert landscapes and ancient ruins, this travel guide traces Namibia’s hotspots, geography, dining/lodging, survival tips and more. Read the article and see the photos here.

- A curation of rock and roll photographs taken by Danny Clinch and Charles Peterson. Music photographerKoury Angelo teaches you how to shoot a music festival. The Kills’ Jamie Hince reveals the behind-the-scenes life of rockstar with photographs he captured on tour. Explore the season’s most high-end photo and video gear on the market and get the buying advice you’ll need to make a purchase in our TECH section, photographed by Greg Neumaier. And of course, be sure to check out our usual crop of insider photo and video industry tips, reviews and news.

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Throughout history, photographers have documented three key aspects of rock and roll: rebellion, destruction and the essence of the album. But today, with no definitive rock and roll sound, how are these elements visualized and captured? For our Summer 2015 “Rock and Roll Issue” cover story, photographed by Natalie Brasington, we looked to three emerging Brooklyn-based rock artists—Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy, Fort Lean and The Prettiots—for the answer. Enter “The Visual Evolution of Rock and Roll.” 

Also in this issue: 

Since MTV first aired in 1981, the network instantly became a hit. But what its early viewers may have not realized, is that these videos would transform music perhaps more than it revolutionized television. With comment from the most famed music video directors in history including Nigel DickGeoff Moore and Mark Pellington, find how video changed the way rock and roll is interpreted, remembered and loved.

Resource Travel Editor and Photographer Michael Bonocoreembarks on a photographic journey through Namibia, Africa. From the wildlife to the desert landscapes and ancient ruins, this travel guide traces Namibia’s hotspots, geography, dining/lodging, survival tips and more. Read the article and see the photos here.

- A curation of rock and roll photographs taken by Danny Clinch and Charles Peterson. Music photographerKoury Angelo teaches you how to shoot a music festival. The Kills’ Jamie Hince reveals the behind-the-scenes life of rockstar with photographs he captured on tour. Explore the season’s most high-end photo and video gear on the market and get the buying advice you’ll need to make a purchase in our TECH section, photographed by Greg Neumaier. And of course, be sure to check out our usual crop of insider photo and video industry tips, reviews and news.