A 3-minute video interview with David Favrod, the top-prize winner of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2013, during the exhibition at London College of Communication in April 2014. Very interesting story behind the concept for his award-winning work.
See Favrod's full project on LensCulture, too: Hikari
According to Finnish folklore, humanity began in a place called Kalevala. Today, the same area, now known as Kainuu, is racked by political strife and faces the highest suicide rate in Finland. A look into the remains of the mythic in today's world.
Portraits of farmers and chefs dedicated to sustainability and healthy food — photographed using the wet plate collodion process, a technique developed in the mid-19th century.
The world-wide recession has brought with it record-high gold prices—which has set off a modern-day gold-rush in Ghana that means riches for few and uncertain futures for most everyone else.
Last year, these 21 new & emerging talents were selected from hundreds of serious photographers who sent in their work from 43 countries. Explore and enjoy!