Photographer Michael Magers visited Japan for the first time back in 2012. “For most of it, I fumbled around like everyone else,” he remembers. “Especially in the days before I was able to really use Google Maps.” It wasn’t until he connected with Shinji
"This is not to say that news images have no obligation to tell the truth, or no informational value — only that their truthfulness and informational value are necessarily situated and contingent rather than absolute."
Each year, I teach a year long Personal Project class at the Los Angeles Center of Photography where photographers continue with or create new bodies of work, produce artist’s books or catalogs, hone their articulation and consider their influences. To sa
Time again for my annual New Year’s tradition, written in the wee hours of New Year’s Eve, reflecting back on the previous year through the context of the photographs my favorite images I’ve created throughout the year.
Happy New Year! I hope this year brings you all good things, from health and happiness to creativity and continued successes. Thank you for sharing your favorite photograph of 2019! I know that favorite doesn't necessarily mean best--it can be a favorite
Reverse image search is one of the most well-known and easiest digital investigative techniques, with two-click functionality of choosing “Search Google for image” in many web browsers. This method has also seen widespread use in popular culture, perhaps
It was the best of years….
Once again it is that time of year where I try to drum up some sort of edit from all of the incredible work the photography book world offers up. This year is difficult as I felt it has been one of the strongest years in
“I lost my sense of home,” Franco Klein says of her life lived between Mexico City, California and London. Recently I had the great pleasure of attending an exhibition walk-through with Mexican artist Tania Franco Klein of her solo show, Proceed to the Ro