Photographs of Venice shot only with an iPhone 4S. The title for this book came to me when I reviewed my photographs and considered the method by which they had been shot. Since on this occasion I hadn't wanted to heft around my heavy Nikon and even heavier lenses, which along with a tripod generally make for 'serious' and more time-consuming work, the opposite of that was for me a tiny, lightweight camera with which to take quick snaps, not lingering too long or working with full manual camera settings as I usually do, but considering nothing beyond the lighting conditions and the composition. I hope that I have succeeded in capturing Venice in a slightly different light, through choice of subject matter along with the methods of shooting and processing.
Viveca Koh FRPS is an entirely self-taught photographer, with a strong eye for overlooked details, and a special fascination with photographing abandoned buildings. In 2010 she was awarded a Licentiateship Distinction by the Royal Photographic Society, for a panel of ten photographs taken in an asylum. These images feature in the book Lost Asylum Sonnets, a poetic collaboration with Catherine Lupton. In 2011 she was proud to attain Associateship of the RPS with a panel of fifteen photographs, featured in the book 'Left Behind'. Finally in 2014 she was awarded a Fellowship with the RPS, for images taken from the book 'Star Blossom'. She currently lives in London.
Star Blossom Published November 19, 2013
Star Blossom Published March 07, 2012
Factory: A Photographic Study in Dereliction Published October 27, 2011
Viveca's Venice Published October 27, 2011
Left Behind Published September 18, 2011
Lost Asylum Sonnets Published December 11, 2010
New York Blog Published December 08, 2010
The Manor Published September 10, 2010