SPOTLIGHTGapsThe process of moving to a new country is often challenging, especially when you need to learn an entirely new language. Cocoa Laney creates images illustrating the missing information that results from culture shock.Read More
The process of moving to a new country is often challenging, especially when you need to learn an entirely new language. Cocoa Laney creates images illustrating the missing information that results from culture shock.
A sharp new take on ‘street’ photography, Jeff Mermelstein’s new book captures the dazzling highs and lows of everyday life in New York through the phone screens of its citizens.
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In “Wee Muckers – Youth of Belfast”, Toby Binder captures the ebbs and flows of teenage life across the divided communities of Northern Ireland.
Cross Road Blues
This light-soaked street photography spotlights passersby as main characters in a classic theatrical performance.
A Photography of Gestures
A new book shows Shirley Baker’s documentary work from a different perspective, shedding light on her playful and tender street photography.
Afuera: Rooftops and Balconies in Times of Isolation
Lovely short video — Bathed in the brilliant warm Spanish sun, the residents of Barcelona are limited to rooftops and balconies for solitary exercise and fresh air during the covid-19 lockdown.
Adapting to Covid-19 in London’s Supermarkets
A London-based street photographer gives us an intimate look inside UK supermarkets during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Announcing the Winners! LensCulture Journeys 2020
Discover 37 international photographers recognized for their unique and timely interpretations of the theme, Journeys.
Senior Photo Editor of TIME Magazine, Thea Traff has an empowering message for photographers. Drawing on her work as an editor and photographer, she shares her top tips for making work that gets noticed.
Working her life-size street photographs into lush and layered collages, Vanja Bucan creates artwork where nature and industrialization collide into explosive optical illusions.
Cinematography: From Still to Movie
The award-winning Polish cinematographer talks about the tremendous importance of still photography in creating his movies — especially his film, Ida, shot in luscious black-and-white.
This is the photo book that redefined what a photo book could be — personal, poetic, real. First published in 1959, Robert Frank’s masterpiece still holds up — the selection of photos, and their sequence and pacing is fresh, rich, generous, and...