SPOTLIGHTHome Is Where The Garden GrowsIn the first edition of “Arrivals”—a monthly column dedicated to new voices in photography—Wesley Verhoeve introduces us to Erinn Springer’s latest project; a tender meditation on family life set in the Midwest.Read More
Home Is Where The Garden Grows
In the first edition of “Arrivals”—a monthly column dedicated to new voices in photography—Wesley Verhoeve introduces us to Erinn Springer’s latest project; a tender meditation on family life set in the Midwest.
Out of the Shadow
Anna Biret is an artist with a gift for seeing the world as a deeply rich place of light, contrasts, colors, textures and shapes. With this kind of vision and attitude, ordinary moments can become extraordinary — if only for the fraction of a...
Sentiments and Sorrows
Brimming with emotion, Bowei Yang’s portraits create a space of healing in which the photographer and his subjects can explore their identities, liberating themselves from their conservative backgrounds.
In the Mood for Beauty
Photography as a wordless mood, a zen-like state in which one feels connected with the world. Like calligraphy or meditation—a shimmering beauty lies waiting to be discovered.
In Visible Light
In these award-winning photographs by Sam Ferris, intense golden sunlight bounces off the steel-and-glass urban canyon walls of Sydney’s Central Business District — illuminating passersby and setting the stage for countless fleeting encounters on...
Mapping An Interior Landscape
By combining photography with intricate drawings from her personal sketchbook, artist Sara S. Teigen creates intimate work that is simultaneously wondrous and familiar.
Richard Mosse’s “The Castle” uses the discomforting, non-human vision of the thermographic camera to explore the refugee camps that characterize today’s migrant crisis.
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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 Street Photography Awards 2021
Discover all 38 winners, jurors’ picks, and finalists of the LensCulture 2021 Street Photography Awards
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.