Mischa Keijser is a professional photographer living and working in The Netherlands. He recently self-published a very handsome limited edition book of personal photos that he views as a visual diary of the period in his life dating from the death of his father, through falling in love, and the birth of Mischa's first child. In between are moments of majesty in local Dutch landscapes, and meditations on the treatment of animals and the environment in modern society.
LensCulture presents an in-depth visual report of the intense but short civil uprising in Kiev that toppled the government within a few days — 87 color photographs by award-winning photojournalist Alfred Yaghobzadeh. This is the first in a 2-part photo-essay.
A collective of photographers who use guerrilla public art exhibitions to bypass mainstream media and help convey messages that challenge oppression and bring the voices of the unheard to the public ear and eye.
's experimental series of photos from Japan combines unexpected, startling close-ups with disorienting landscape views of the country's dense urban isolation.