SPOTLIGHTThe EdgeFollowing the coast of the United Arab Emirates, a series that explores the unique structures along the shoreline—and, subsequently, the country’s socioeconomic climate.Read More
Following the coast of the United Arab Emirates, a series that explores the unique structures along the shoreline—and, subsequently, the country’s socioeconomic climate.
In the American West, it feels like everywhere has been conquered and exhausted—yet unexplored corners remain. These photographs explore the diverse community of artists, writers, and more “nefarious” characters that live around the edge of Joshua...
Grappling with the pervasive feelings of loss, loneliness, and isolation that overcome everyone—immigrants and natives alike—this series takes the surrounding sea as a grounding force in an otherwise unsteady world.
The Yellow River
By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.
Universal Experience: Truth, Authenticity, and Tourism
These monumental landscape photographs address our universal need for authenticity in an increasingly manufactured world.
Building an Imaginary City
These sleek, minimalist landscapes invite you to take a long, quiet walk within—yet the carefully composed scenes also hum with a strange, uncanny energy.
Combining images of the Milky Way and other celestial phenomena with “mature and ancient” forest landscapes, a series that ruminates on our connection to (or detachment from) the natural world.
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Why should a sequence of photographs have to conform to a conventional narrative structure—how else can images work together? Todd Hido, a master of the photobook, investigates in his latest collection.
Announcing the Winners & Finalists—LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2017!
Discover the unique perspectives of these 37 award-winning street photographers—urban poetry, silent cityscapes and beauty in the everyday from all over the world.
Painterly, almost Impressionistic street photographs shot through cloudy bus stop shelters—structures that offer calming, private moments and a respite from the chaos of the surrounding world.
From Concept to Cover Image: Behind the Scenes at The New York Times Magazine
In this exclusive feature, a photo editor at one of the great Sunday magazines reveals the process behind assigning, designing, and shooting two recent covers for the publication.
“There are little surprises hidden everywhere—often they escape our notice.” One street photographer’s search for tiny, peculiar traces of humanity in reality—focusing on the oddities of the body within the urban fabric.
“We Hold the Power to Shift Perceptions”—Aida Muluneh on the Photographer’s Purpose
The founder of the first international photography festival in East Africa (and an artistic force herself) explains her own daring use of primary colors while calling upon us to help increase diversity in the photography world.