InterviewChasing Light Through Color: A Conversation with Liz NielsenThis artist’s lifelong fascination with luminous color sparked her resolve to put the camera aside, instead using her photographic materials to capture pure representations of light and synaesthesia.Read More
Chasing Light Through Color: A Conversation with Liz Nielsen
This artist’s lifelong fascination with luminous color sparked her resolve to put the camera aside, instead using her photographic materials to capture pure representations of light and synaesthesia.
Fragmented Bodies and Disjointed Space
Documenting her exploration of the body in relation to memory and space, artist Patricia Voulgaris creates magnetic photographs that invite her viewer to contemplate their own physical presence in...
Just Like You, But Different
Drawn to the gestures and forms in old amateur photographs, photographer Fiona Struengmann highlights their compelling subject matter by chemically altering her collected images. The resulting...
Todd Hido On “Homes at Night” and Illustrating Memories in Photography
A conversation about balancing emotion and concept, finding inspiration in photobooks, and the traits he recognizes in promising aspiring artists.
Behind the Scenes with HuffPost’s Photography Director
Christy Havranek speaks about the “craft” of visual journalism, the indispensability of photo editors, and the importance of knowing your audience when you’re putting together a pitch.
Connecting Talent With Opportunity
Why should portfolio reviews be a part of every photographer’s practice? Photolucida director Laura Moya shares her perspective on the necessity of cultivating lasting relationships between...
40 Years of Photographing Street Art Around the World
How do we archive works of art that are inherently temporary? For four decades, Martha Cooper has used photography to memorialize and record public works of street art and graffiti.