A photographer who works for the San Francisco Chronicle was robbed at gunpoint on Friday while on assignment in West Oakland. The incident follows a fatal shooting of a security guard who was protecting a local news crew, also in Oakland.
The Year in New Yorker Photography
Looking back on 2021 through images.
Juxtapoz Magazine - Tim Davis: I'm Looking Through You
I’m Looking Through You is an expansive visual poem celebrating the glamorous surface of Los Angeles and its reach. Animating Tim Davis's wry observat...
Ralph Gibson: "I am an insider, not an observer"
On November 4, 2021, as part of Leica‘s celebration of photography, American photographer Ralph Gibson received the Leica Hall of Fame Award 2021 for Lifetime Achievement. He is also being honored with a retrospective exhibition, on view through the end o
Here, Ralph Gibson shares his vision on photography and the epoch we live in.
Out of the Shadow - Street Photography Awards 2021 Winner | LensCulture
Anna Biret is an artist with a gift for seeing the world as a deeply rich place of light, contrasts, colors, textures and shapes
The Artist Upending Photography’s Brutal Racial Legacy
Deana Lawson’s regal, loving, unburdened photographs imagine a world in which Black people are free from the distortions of history.
Matt Black’s American Geography: A Tale of Two Countries | Magnum Photos Magnum Photos
A body of work made over six years — and a new photography course — shows how a commitment to social causes in photography can effect change
A Conversation With 10×10 Photobooks
Lederman and Yatskevich are two of the driving forces behind 10×10 Photobooks, a non-profit with a focus on the photobook. I spoke with Lederman and Yatskevich after the release of What They Saw (before the announcement of the PhotoBook Awards). The following conversation has been edited for length and clarity.
Juxtapoz Magazine - Spell, Time, Practice, American, Body: The Work of RaMell Ross
In 2018, photographer, filmmaker, and educator RaMell Ross released the documentary film Hale County This Morning, This Evening to critical acclaim, i...
Film Photo Award Fall 2021 Finalists - LENSCRATCH
Today we share the Student Project Finalists and the Visionary Project Finalists the in the Film Photo Award Fall 2021. The Film Photo Award Fall 2021 Juror, Larisa Leclair shares some remarks about the selections: In the 1990’s, just before the integrati
Juxtapoz Magazine - Rosalind Fox Solomon: The Forgotten @ Foley Gallery, NY
Pictures from Rosalind Fox Solomon's The Forgotten introduce us to people who are chained to events in history that have permanently affected how they...
If you ask photobook aficionados what the ‘greatest’ photobook of all time is, there will be a whole bunch of answers. In this poll, The Americans by Robert Frank got the most votes, Ravens by Masahisa Fukase and New York by William Klein were up there, a
The 2021 Family Gatherings Exhibition - LENSCRATCH
Happy Thanksgiving! After two years of covid and quaranting, this wonderful exhibition of family gatherings past and present, remind us of what is important: being with ones you love, being thankful for the goodness in the world, and enjoying a meal toget
Nikon Z9 'Dual-Stream' Tech Records and Displays Images with No Lag
It can display and record data simultaneously with no lag.
The Dual-stream technology is part of Nikon’s technology for what it bills as a “real-live” viewfinder experience in the Z9. The company says that the tech is only made possible thanks to the combination of the newly-developed stacked CMOS sensor and the EXPEED 7 image-processing engine, which allows photos to be displayed on the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor (whichever is being used to monitor capture) as well as record that still-image data to a memory card at the exact same time.
TIME's Top 100 Photos of 2021
In a time of transition and uncertainty, these images defined the year
emember when people thought it was the year? That 2020 was uniquely cursed, the worst year ever, that all would be resolved by January. Instead, 2021 has proved to be a fraught annum of unfinished transitions, half-kept promises, all torque and in-betweens. The world got moving again, yes, but not for very long and seldom together. From the U.S. to India, COVID-19 killed more people this year than last. Parts of the globe were held back by lack of access to a vaccine. Other parts (the richer parts) held themselves back by failing to access a shared reality.
D. Randall Blythe shares a slice of touring life through the lens of his Q2 Monochrom.
In Visible Light - Street Photography Awards 2021 Winner | LensCulture
In these award-winning photographs by Sam Ferris, intense golden sunlight bounces off the steel-and-glass urban canyon walls of Sydney’s Central Business District — illuminating passersby and setting the stage for countless fleeting encounters on the city
Step Into the Tender World of a Hollywood Cameraman
A history of the Golden Age of Hollywood from the perspective of someone who worked behind the scenes.
LOS ANGELES — Part time capsule, part love letter, the exhibition If We Can’t Fix It—It Ain’t Busted at Arcane Space is a tender reconstruction of the world of Hollywood cameraman Arthur Gerstle.
My Father Was a Black Photojournalist When There Were So Few
The writer Aisha Sabatini Sloan and her father, a photojournalist, wrote a book together, “Captioning the Archives.”
Ray Barbee enjoys the balancing act: as far as he is concerned, it is but a short step between the extroverted street sport scene and the observational appreciation of the photographic moment.