The media industry ‘has changed beyond all recognition’: Magnum’s new CEO on adapting to the digital landscape | The Art Newspaper Caitlin Hughes has also promised to “bring the voices of its members together” as the photo agency targets a “more nimble” approach to client partnerships
Alec Soth Is Teaching an Online Photography Course | AnOther The acclaimed image-maker behind Sleeping by the Mississippi and Niagara is sharing his photographic wisdom in a new online course from Magnum Photos
Magnum Photographer David Hurn Shoots Fujifilm X: “Photography has Just Two Controls: Where You Stand and When you Press the Button” – Fuji Rumors The 2017 BBC documentary “A Life in Pictures” about the great photographer David Hurn has now been uploaded to YouTube (video below).
Foto Féminas presents: Sofía Verzbolovskis – Witness: Sofia Verzbolovskis is a Panamanian photographer based in New York. After graduating from NYU in 2009, she travelled to Accra, Ghana as a volunteer in a local school. While in Ghana, Sofia began to focus on photography. She returned to New York to attend a photojournalism program at […]
A Photographer at the Ends of the Earth | The New Yorker: Thomas Joshua Cooper risks his life to document the world’s remotest places.
This Year at Photoville: 16 Photographers Share Their Best Motivational Advice – PhotoShelter Blog We’re gearing up for the second weekend of Photoville and couldn’t be more excited to wrap up one of our favorite photo events of the year. Produced by our friends at United Photo Industries, this free event in beautiful Brooklyn Bridge […]
Disney Shutting Down NatGeo Your Shot Website to Focus on Instagram The National Geographic Your Shot website and community is about to come to an abrupt end. According to a pop-up message posted on the Your Shot website, the site will be “discontinued” on October 31st, 2019, and “all engagement, assignments, and promotion of photos” […]
#NoBudgetNoPhotos: Why Creatives are Fighting Back Against Shutterfly and Others As much as I appreciate whenever someone compliments or expresses admiration for my photography, there’s no shying away from the fact that in order for this to work as a business, I have to sweat the details, the dollars and all of the cents. Because […]
The Publisher at the Forefront of Photographic Literature Image Text Ithaca is leading the way in experimental and hybrid image-text photobooks.
Surfing in the Age of the Omnipresent Camera | The New Yorker On a recent, sunny Friday morning, a group of journalists and photographers gathered on the roof deck of the Surfrider Malibu, a boutique hotel that looks out over the iconic surf break for which it’s named. We were there for a demo of […]
Photographers on Photographers: Emily Hamilton Laux and Dale Niles | LENSCRATCH This month, we feature our annual August project, Photographers on Photographers, where visual artists interview colleagues they admire. Thank you to all who have participated for their time, energies and for efforts. Today we are happy to share this interview with Emily Hamilton Laux‘s interview […]
Photographers on Photographers: Lindley Warren Mickunas and Eli Durst | LENSCRATCH This month, we feature our annual August project, Photographers on Photographers, where visual artists interview colleagues they admire. Thank you to all who have participated for their time, energies and for efforts. Today we are happy to share this interview with Lindley Warren Mickunas‘ […]
Images Present Themselves: A Conversation With Photographer Burk Uzzle Some of the most iconic images get captured when you’re just out for a stroll. What you do with these images is a political act.
The after image – Thoughts of a Bohemian We are far past the few daily images we saw who were either made to inform or to communicate a brand message. Images that either reflected an existing or depicted a yearned reality. Today, it’s a blur between the two. And only when a photograph challenges our beliefs do […]
Photographers on Photographers: Denise Orlin and Laura Husar Garcia | LENSCRATCH This month, we feature our annual August project, Photographers on Photographers, where visual artists interview colleagues they admire. Thank you to all who have participated for their time, energies and for efforts. Today we are happy to share this interview with Denise Orlin’s interview with Laura Husar Garcia. – Aline […]
Photographers on Photographers: Shawn Bush on Drew Nikonowicz | LENSCRATCH Drew Nikonowicz’s stunning body of work and recent book by Yoffy Press & FW:Books This World and Others Like It plays off the ideation of exploration within the 21st century landscape. As an artist that has lived their entire life with access to worlds outside of his own via the internet and subsequent media, Nikonowicz […]
New Guide! The Photographer’s Guide to Branding and Marketing in a Distracted World – PhotoShelter Blog The Photographer’s Guide to Branding and Marketing in a Distracted World will give you the strategies, tips and advice you need to get ahead in a competitive landscape that rewards the unique and memorable. Inside, you’ll find:
‘Just the tip of the iceberg’: revealing Life’s early female photographers | Art and design | The Guardian In a new exhibition, six women who shot impactful imagery for Life magazine are finally getting the credit they deserve
The Fashion Photographer Who Duped Drug Cartels and the DEA – Bloomberg Baruch Vega ran a scheme that ensnared Colombian cocaine kingpins and gave him a life of luxury. Then one put a price on his head.
A Seattle Man Discovered a Trove of Long-Lost Weegee Photos From 1937 in His Kitchen Cabinet | artnet News The man originally bought the 73 images at a second-hand shop in the 1970s.