A rather interestingly named publication this one – literally translated its title means ‘Fisheye’ – Ojo de Pez is a Spanish/English magazine (with text in both languages) that is full of the most stunning, beautiful photography imaginable.
This magazine is devoted to photographical works of astonishing beauty, capturing people and their environments, and it really does not let us down on that. Whilst it does contain an English translation on every page which helps to explain the stories and reasons behind the images, frankly we’d have been satisfied even without the translation – we really can’t stress enough how gorgeously shot the photography within this magazine is. Simply lovely.
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This is one of our favourite types of magazines here at Newsstand, and frankly one that done enough in the magazine publication world. Fisheye really is a quite clever name – a reference to the photographic lens that provides a true yet distorted view of the world, and to the perspective on the world around it within the magazine.
A photographical menagerie such as that found within the pages if Ojo de Pez allows you to explore the world without ever having to leave the comfort of your armchair. The exquisite photos will whisk you away to a different world, a different culture, a different place in space and time. Good photography can capture the true essence of a person or a place, and it can be a far more revealing method by which to learn than and essay ever can.
After all, words are an incredibly artificial device; a crude construction of sounds represented in the form of symbols that can never convey the same depth of information that an image can. We are constantly observing the world around us as it changes, and using our eyes to process an image is about as natural as you can get. If a picture is worth a thousand words then a good picture is worth ten thousand, meaning that Ojo de Pez is a veritable three-part novel of a publication. NB