EVO II Drones series

Evo II Drones SERIES

Cette nouvelle gamme se compose de 3 drones : le EVO II Standard, le EVO II Pro et le EVO II Dual.  

Leur batterie rechargeable de 7100 mAh offre une autonomie de 40 minutes en vol et utilise également un nouveau système breveté, nommée “Battlock”, qui protège la batterie lors de manœuvres à grande vitesse ou d’atterrissages difficiles. Ils sont tous équipés de 12 capteurs de vision informatique contrôlés par un processeur dual-core et une intelligence artificielle adaptative qui créera une protection omnidirectionnelle du drone.

Leur portée s’élève à 9km et leur vitesse atteint les 15 m/s en mode standard et les 20 m/s en mode “Ludicruous”.

EVO II Standard

L’EO II standard possède un appareil photo 8K, 48MP avec un capteur CMOS 1/2″. Il capture du contenu avec une résolution pouvant atteindre les 8000 x 6000 pixels pour les photos, ce qui permet d’imprimer une image de 100 pouces de large. La prise vidéo atteint une résolution maximale de 7720 x 4320 pixels. Le drone est également doté d’un zoom sans perte pouvant atteindre 4x.

EVO II est disponible chez PowerData Prix public conseillé : 1 489 EUR TTC


L’EVO II Pro se différencie par sa caméra 6K, ce qui fait de lui, le premier drone pliable 6K au monde. Il est doté d’un appareil photo de 20MP avec un capteur CMOS de 1″, une ouverture réglable (de f/2,8 à f/11), un HDR, une plage ISO de 100 à 12 800 et la possibilité de capturer des vidéos 6K.


EVO II Pro est disponible sur PowerData Prix public conseillé : 1 779 EUR TTC


L’EVO II Dual, destiné à un public professionnel, est équipé d’un capteur FLIR Boson, avec une résolution thermique allant jusqu’à 640 x 512 pixels, et de la même caméra 8K que celle fournie avec le modèle EVO II standard.


EVO II Dual est uniquement disponible sur demande

Tailor-Made: Fashion Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman

Phillips  announce Tailor-Made: Fashion Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman

, an exclusive online auction that celebrates a century of fashion photography, tracing the history of women’s fashion through 64 quintessential images spanning from the 1920s to today. Drawn from the collection of esteemed gallerist and collector Peter Fetterman, Tailor-Made includes work by legendary fashion photographers Lillian Bassman, Sarah Moon, Sheila Metzner, Gordon Parks, Ormond Gigli, William Klein, and Horst P. Horst, among many others. The sale will be live to bidders worldwide June 18 – 25 on Phillips.com. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Equal Justice Initiative to help further their mission to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the US, and to challenge racial and economic injustice, and to protect basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.

For more than 30 years, Mr. Fetterman has collected and championed the work of the photographers represented in this sale, with many of them becoming close personal friends. “While the essence of fashion is beauty and dreams,” states Mr. Fetterman, “these photographers taught me so much about the context in which their images were made. The photographers represented here shaped my eye and my taste, for which I owe them all a great debt. Further, in the context of rampant injustice now being foregrounded in this country, I’m pleased to support the Equal Justice Initiative whose work I deeply admire.”

Sarah Krueger, Head of the Photographs Department in New York, states: “It is a pleasure to partner once again with Peter Fetterman on a sale of such exciting material. While fashion photography is a regular presence in our auctions, it is a new and entirely thrilling experience to work with a collection like this, assembled over the years with such singular focus and flare.”


Girls in the Windows, New York City  1960

Chromogenic print, printed later.
49 1/2 x 49 1/2 in. (125.7 x 125.7 cm)
Signed, dated and numbered 50/75 in ink on the reverse of the mount.

$30,000  50,000 

SOLD FOR $52,500

Sheila Metzner Campidoglio, 1986.
Tailor-Made: Fashion Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman, 18-25 June.

Fashion photography has long been a driver of innovation in the medium, both technically and aesthetically, and this depth and breadth of creativity is demonstrated throughout Tailor-Made

Highlighting the sale are works by Sarah Moon, whose bold, impressionistic use of color and deft manipulation of light and movement result in images that defy expectations. Sheila Metzner is another of fashion photography’s iconoclasts, and her Campidoglio plays with scale and movement within a setting that is simultaneously classical and surreal. Lillian Bassman rounds out this trio of women photographers for whom mood, atmosphere, and gesture embody elegance and style. 

Driven to create ever-new imagery to keep pace with the evolving styles, photographers continually created new modes and innovative ways to showcase fashion. Melvin Sokolsky placed his models in bubbles on location in New York and Paris, creating iconic images of mid-century technology and culture, while Ormond Gigli surmounted the many logistical and technical challenges in making his instantly recognizable Models in the Windows, New York City.

Sarah Moon

Fashion 4, Yohji Yamamoto, 1996 Estimate: $40,000 – 60,000


William Klein abandoned the controlled confines of the studio to make images that have more in common with his street work than conventional fashion photography. Jerry Schatzberg and Gordon Parks, who both worked in cinema, bring a sense of movement and narrative to their imagery. While Georges Dambier, Norman Parkinson, Brian Duffy, and William Helburn create impossibly elegant images of modern women moving through the metropolis.


More Fashion Mileage Per Dress, Barbara Vaughn, dress by Filcol, New York

Gelatin silver print, printed later.
26 1/4 x 34 1/2 in. (66.7 x 87.6 cm)
Signed and numbered 11/25 in pencil on the verso.

$12,000  18,000

SOLD FOR $15,000


Over New York

Archival pigment print, printed later.
49 x 59 in. (124.5 x 149.9 cm)
Signed, titled and dated in ink on the verso. Number 3 from an edition of 5.

$15,000  25,000

SOLD FOR $18,750


Paris Gala Night, Barbara Mullen, Dress by Patou, Paris

Gelatin silver print, printed later.
18 1/2 x 20 3/4 in. (47 x 52.7 cm)
Signed and numbered 20/25 in pencil on the verso.

$5,000  7,000

Portraits of Humanity 2019 Winners revealed.

The 50 winning and 200 shortlisted Portrait of Humanity images have been announced.

 1854 Media, publisher of British Journal of Photography, in partnership with Magnum Photos, have created Portrait of Humanity – an award aiming to unite the global community through the power of photography. The winning and shortlisted portraits have now been revealed to the world. They show that there is more that unites us than sets us apart.

 The judging panel, comprised of international industry leaders, have selected the 50 winning portraits. Each will be exhibited at celebrated galleries, museums and photography festivals across the world. 

The 50 winning portraits will embark on a global tour from September 2019 – January 2020. 

  • September 2019, Organ Vida International Photography Festival, Zagreb, Croatia
  • October – November 2019, LagosPhoto Festival, Lagos, Nigeria
  • November 2019, National Centre For Photography, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
  • November 2019 – January 2020, Louisiana State Museum as part of PhotoNOLA Festival, New Orleans, United States

 The 200 shortlisted portraits will be featured in the Portrait of Humanity book, published by Hoxton Mini Press and distributed worldwide. The Portrait of Humanity book is available for pre-order here.

 View the 50 winning images here: bjp.photo/pohwinner

View the 200 shortlisted images here: bjp.photo/pohshortlist

The 100 commended images, chosen by Clear Channel, will be announced in the coming weeks. These will be displayed on Clear Channel out-of-home digital screens worldwide, and seen by millions.

 The 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will share $10,000 in grant awards, to create projects that explore their interpretations of humanity. They will also be announced in the coming weeks.

 20 images have also been chosen by Photography on a Postcard. These will be on display at Photo London, and contribute to the The Hepatitis C Trust’s campaign to eliminate the hepatitis C virus by 2025.

Magnum Photographer Paolo Pellegrin Anthology

Paolo Pellegrin is known today as one of the world’s leading photojournalists and conflict photographers. The winner of ten World Press Photo awards and the Robert Capa Gold Medal (among many others), he has been a full member of Magnum since 2005.

Reform and Dreams – Kings Cross

A brand new free photography exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of China’s Reform and Opening up will launch on Monday 10 December at London’s Kings Cross Station.  

Commissioned by the China International Culture & Image Communication Corporation “Reform and Dreams” will feature 80 stunning individual photographs taken over the last 40 years by photographers of the Xinhua News Agency, China’s biggest and most influential media organisation.  Giving a unique insight into the lives of Chinese people, this is the first time the images have been shown together and many have never been seen before in the United Kingdom.

Each of the 80 images capture offer insight into daily life in China since 1978 and showcase the close relationship between China and the United Kingdom, over what has proven to be an extraordinary time of change to China’s development path.  Together the images show the power of the Chinese people and detail how Reform and Opening Up in China have enabled its people aspire to better lives and explore beyond their borders.

For a limited time only, this free photography exhibition will be positioned throughout the concourse of London’s King’s Cross station before going on to tour to Paris.

Mr Gu, Chief of Xinhua’s London Bureau comments: “Never before has such a unique photographic celebration of China’s Reform and Opening Up been brought to London.  With this exhibition we want to show a developing China, and the optimism and enthusiasm of Chinese people in the process of this development.

  “Every Chinese person has played their part in these 40 years of history. Their dreams have converged to form the irresistible power that has propelled China’s development. This exhibition tells the stories of the lives of these ordinary Chinese people for whom past four decades have meant so much.

Media Preview: Monday 10 December at 10am

The China International Culture & Image Communication Corporation will host a preview of the exhibition at meeting on the station concourse of London King’s Cross.

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