This week Dave Miller, who hosts a daily talk show on Oregon Public Broadcasting, interviewed “two very tired people”: Tuck Woodstock and Sergio Olmos, both independent journalists. Since late May, daily protests in solidarity with Black lives and agai
I chose to have a conversation about making and self-publishing photography books, because I myself am passionate about the medium and lack of discussion in the tremendous potentials of bookmaking. I think it will bring something different to the reader.
Situated on an island off the coast of southern France, surrounded by glistening blue waters and nestled within pine-tree forests, is the Villa Carmignac — a gallery and sculpture garden belonging to French entrepreneur Édouard Carmignac and the foundatio
Before the widespread use of recorded sound, if you were a music aficionado with a favored piece of baroque music you would be lucky if you heard it more than a handful of times in your lifetime. The circumstances of the orchestra necessary to perform the
It is with so much pleasure that we announce the 2020 Lenscratch Student Prize 3rd Place Winner, William Camargo. He was selected for his outstanding project, Origins & Displacements: Making Sense of Place, Histories & Possibilities. William has recently
Photojournalist Joshua Irwandi shadowed hospital workers in Indonesia, taking a striking image of a plastic-wrapped body of a COVID-19 victim while making sure not to reveal distinguishing characteristics, or even gender.
It is with so much pleasure and excitement that we announce the 2020 Lenscratch Student Prize 2nd Place Winner, Nadiya Nacorda. She was selected for her outstanding project, A special kind of double. Nadiya will receive an MFA in Art Photography at Syracu
As communities and individuals, we are enduring the initial phase of the COVID-19 infection and the horror of the loss of over 140,000 lives, only to also be launched into a period of political unrest and turmoil sparked by multiple deaths of unarmed blac
After the controversy surrounding Annie Leibovitz’s Vogue cover of Simone Biles, Vanity Fair published a beautiful photo spread of Viola Davis taken by Dario Calmese. The images were spectacular, but Calmese used an old photo as a reference image for the
The Lenscratch Top 25 to Watch Every year when the student prize submissions come around, our jurors are consistently blown away by the work that comes in. We've been having many conversations here at Lenscratch about our place in the photo community, and