The 2020 All About Photo Awards

Photographer of the Year: Monica Denevan Today we share the winners of the prestigious photo competition, All About Photo Awards 2020, The Mind’s Eye, organized by All About Photo. A panel of 7 expert jurors including Elizabeth Avedon (Photography book an

Today we share the winners of the prestigious photo competition, All About Photo Awards 2020, The Mind’s Eye, organized by All About Photo.

13 Photographers on Turning Points in Their Work

Elliott Erwitt, Zun Lee, Alec Soth, and more on the turning points in their photographs—from global and national events to the most personal moments.

Turning points in the lives and works of photographers often span the extremes—from global and national events to the most personal moments. Photographers such as Alec Soth and Zun Lee are able to not only bear witness to events that shape our collective history, but also to map more intimate transitions within their craft and their everyday lives.

Rolling Deep with the Black Cowboys of the Mississippi Delta - Feature Shoot

You wouldn’t know it from the films or the television shows, but the Lone Ranger was a Black man by the name of Bass Reeves. Born into slavery in Crawford…

Hailing from Maine, photographer Rory Doyle headed South and set up shop, working as a freelance editorial and commercial photographer in Cleveland, Mississippi, the heart of the Mississippi Delta. Here he began a series of work titled Delta Hill Riders, a portrait of Black cowboys today. Here, Doyle shares his experiences creating these photographs, portraits of a way of life whose history is still being told.

Rory Doyle: Delta Hill Riders

Another wonderful discovery in juroring the SlowExposures: Celebrating the Rural South Exhibition was the work of Rory Doyle. Rory attended the festival and I was able to see a broader edit of his photographs of the African-American cowboy community of th