This guide is filled with great advice specifically tailored for emerging photographers, drawn from dozens of photography experts from around the world. You will find words of wisdom about applying for competitions, preparing for portfolios and much more. We hope you enjoy!
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All old-school photographers know that black-and-white film typically registers a negative image of the subject of a photograph, which can then be printed as a positive image on paper for final viewing. What looks dark on a negative becomes light on a print. But what happens when an artist decides to play with this paradigm by aiming to make the final image a negative image that looks like a positive image?
Slovakian photographer Tono Stano has been artfully exploring this idea since the 1990s, and the results are wonderful, delightful, surreal, and hard to deconstruct. Lens Culture is pleased to present a dozen of our favorite images from Stano's series titled White Shadow.
This (silent) video offers an inspiring behind-the-scenes look at the artist at work in his studio.
Richard Avedon had access to practically everyone who held some kind of power from the 1950s through the beginning of the 21st century in America. This new book brings these portraits of power together for the first time.