Posts Tagged ‘books’

“New York City Landmarks” Photographs by Jake Rajs Text by Francis Marrone

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  Press Release New York City Landmarks Jake Rajs Antique Collectors’ Club9781851496853 £12.95 Hardback 195 mm x 145 mm 236 pages Publishing May 2012 Stunning images of New York’s most famous landmarks, captured in ways never seen before. Includes 10 fold-out spreads and the history behind each landmark. New York is constantly changing and reinventing […]


Snowy Road to My Studio in Catskill Mountains, New York, picture of the day

Snow Covered Driveway, in Catskill Park, Mt Tremper, New York

This is a picture of a road to a studio that was a cabin I had in the Catskill Mountains. There were days that the only way in was to snow shoe. One had the peace to focus on creating without distractions.  This ultimately led to a book on the Hudson River.   For an […]


New New York, a collage photograph by Jake Rajs

Modern New York City

New New York,  Collage of buildings that were build the first decade of the 21 century A couple of years ago I noticed that New York had gone through an architectural transformation. It moved into the 21 century. This is an image of the new buildings and parks that were created during the first decade […]


Jake Rajs’ by Peter Kotsinadelis 
These United States—The Definitive American Landscape, Rangefinder Magazine Article

Jake Rajs’ by Peter Kotsinadelis 
These United States—The Definitive American Landscape, Rangefinder Magazine Article They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That being the case, one could say the images in Jake Rajs’ new book, These United States, speak volumes. The book is the most recent from the New York-based photographer and took […]


Publishing Books by Jake Rajs

Jake Rajs' Photography Coffee Table Books

This is an excerpt from a letter I wrote to a young man interested in doing books. These words by Beatrice Warde capture how it feels to walk into a publisher’s office.  “This is a printing office crossroads of civilization refuge of all the arts against the ravages of time…friend you stand on sacred ground.” […]