Wong Kar-Wai’s Color Obsession
During the 90’s, Hong Kong Second Wave film director Wong Kar-Wai gaining recognition from film critics after breakout hits like Chungking Express, Fallen Angels and In the Mood for Love which expressed the complexities of modern love in Hong Kong.
Editorial • January 14, 2019
Steve McCurry’s journeys on the Indian railways
True to his obsessive need to document the social landscapes of his time, McCurry, armed with his real passport and his metaphorical one, has…
Profile • January 10, 2019
“I love mist, and I loathe sunshine”
"I realised very young that photography would be my means of expression. I was more visual than intellectual ... I was not very good…
Editorial • January 5, 2019
A brief history of VII Photo Agency
September 11th 2001 - Photographer James Nachtwey, who is packing his bags in his New York apartment, ready to leave for an upcoming assignment,…
THEME: COLOR Deadline: 31 January 2019
“Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams.” – Paul Gauguin
Cool or warm, soft or vivid, how can subtle shades of colors affect mood and our perception of a scene?
This month, we invite all photographers driven by their artistic eye and passion for color to join the award and celebrate with us the beauty and diversity of color photography.
Be it in portrait, landscape, fashion, street, documentary, fine art or any other form of photography - classic or experimental:
We’re open to all genres and want to see YOUR colors!
Winning Photographer Marcus Maddox
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- Lewis Hine