Presence and Vulnerability in Photography
One of the newest Magnum nominees (and also one of the collective’s youngest members), Diana Markosian brings a fresh, sensitive approach to documentary photography—learn more about this dynamic...
The Photographer’s Touch: Photograms and Alchemy
“It felt like a discovery that I could make an image that was photographic but made through touch rather than through the sight of a camera.”
Simply Paying Attention With Alec Soth
For well over a decade, the distinctive voice and eye of Alec Soth have inspired photographers all over the world—discover his spare, poetic wisdom in this enlightening interview.
A City Ablaze: India’s Coal Rush
A video interview with award-winning photographer Souvid Datta about life as a photojournalist: “Pictures are now, more than ever, at the forefront of how stories need to be told.”
The Picture That Changed My Life: Interview with David Hurn
Seminal photographer and educator David Hurn talks to LensCulture about the photograph that inspired him to start his career, his most important work and the “essential problem of photography.”
Entering Restricted Worlds: British Prisons, Orthodox Jews and More
The question of access is key to any documentary project—listen in as photographer Andrew Aitchison offers his advice based on experiences of penetrating some of the world’s more restricted...