Masterfully shot and printed landscape photographs pose important questions about our relationship to the earth and silently ask of us—”what’s next?”
Visions of the Anthropocene: Our Planet, Today
Newly released images from Burtynsky’s forthcoming project, “Anthropocene,” as well as stunning shots from his most recent book “Salt Pans.”
Namikake: At the Coastline of Niigata
Dream-like images of an ever-changing Japanese landscape and the shifting land that continually alters and reconfigures its wild beauty.
Les Symboles Invisibles
Massive monuments raised by the former states of Yugoslavia praised the successes of a more egalitarian, antifascist society. Recent developments, however, question how much progress has really been made.
Deutsche Börse 2017: Shortlist
The five photographers shortlisted for this year’s Deutsche Börse award tackle a wide range of emotional, personal, and cultural histories in this inspiring showcase of contemporary photography.
Little Aral Sea Dreams
A personal glimpse at the devastating legacy of Stalin’s “Great Plan for the Transformation of Nature”—which, in the span of a lifetime, turned the world’s fourth largest lake into a dried up, distant memory.
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Wear Good Shoes: Inspiring Advice from Magnum Photographers
Download this free 60-page PDF from Magnum Photos—filled with excellent tips, advice and words of wisdom from the photographers at Magnum, as well as many of their iconic images. A great resource for anyone who wants to make better pictures.
Announcing the Winners & Finalists—LensCulture Portrait Awards 2017!
Portraits are unique in their power to captivate our gaze and show us something new and unexpected about each other and the world we live in—discover the 44 international photographers who were selected for this year’s award, an inspiring showcase...
Even 50 years later, her face and silhouette remain ubiquitous, while her meteoric rise and fall continue to embody the allure (and dangers) of the Hollywood Dream.
Natural Red Hair
A young photographer from the Netherlands, Hanne Van Der Woude, combines her love of verdant Dutch landscapes with an almost obsessive fascination with natural red hair. The photos vibrate with hyper-real intensity.
Days of Night/Nights of Day
Daily life, work and play, in the northernmost city in the world, Norilsk, Russia (also the 7th most polluted city in the world) — a fascinating, detailed photo report with 45 exquisite images.
Photographs created with honest intention—but in the midst of the peaks and valleys inherent to the photographer’s own bipolar disorder—toe the line between fantasy and reality.