SPOTLIGHTAltered NegativesWhere does the photographer’s studio end and nature begin? Julie Hamel’s magical image-objects are whole worlds in themselves; a flurry of overlapping views that mimic the hazy edges of memory.Read More
Where does the photographer’s studio end and nature begin? Julie Hamel’s magical image-objects are whole worlds in themselves; a flurry of overlapping views that mimic the hazy edges of memory.
Cast Out of Heaven
In these barren, eerie landscapes, Hashem Shakeri unveils the failed promises of a major housing project on the outskirts of Tehran.
Call for Entries! LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2021
LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards are open! Send us your best interpretation of this timeless genre. We’ll be exhibiting winning work in the heart of NYC alongside Paris Photo NY, the largest international art fair in the US...
Braving the harsh elements to create a community outside the confines of mainstream society, these portraits introduce us to a motley crew of squatters occupying a corner of the Sonoran Desert.
Years in the making, Yannis Karpouzis’ new book powerfully captures a sense of time stood still and the overlapping crises that unfolded following the Greek financial disaster of 2009.
Identification of fruits: As a fruit farmer and breeder
A fruit-farmer/photographer uses his camera to meticulously record the species he breeds and grows, adding his loving photographic vision to a long lineage of botanical art.
The Silent Clapping of Their Hands
Befriending a colorful circus master just before the pandemic, photographer Davide Bertuccio captured a life full of color and resilience, charting the growth of a new friendship despite these...
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An intimate family album documents the freedoms of childhood among six siblings “at the edge of the world” in rural France.
Announcing the Winners! LensCulture Critics’ Choice 2021
Discover all 49 Critics’ Choice 2021 Award-winning photographers and find out what made their images and series stand out to the jurors.
7 Days of Garbage
Inviting his subjects to his Californian backyard with a week’s worth of their trash in tow, Gregg Segal’s confronting portraits draw attention to our careless relationship to waste.
The Class of 2021
Across the world, students are graduating after an unimaginable year. With help from their fellow classmates, artist and writer Dylan Hausthor reflects on the wild ride of completing an MFA amidst the chaos of 2020.
Street Photography Guide
Download our free 86-page PDF, filled with advice, inspiration and recommendations from photographers like Matt Stuart and Arko Datto, photobook publisher Dewi Lewis, and top photo editor Olivier Laurent.
Homebound with my Parents
During Covid isolation, this Irish street photographer shifted his focus to staging irreverent cartoon-like tableaus starring his parents.