Germany in 10 iconic images
Germany was the leader in photographic technology throughout the 19th-20th century with brands such as Rollei and Leica paving the way for modern photographers. It's varied but often brutal history has left a remarkably rich photographic legacy.
Editorial • June 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,…
Book Review • May 29, 2019
Alex Webb: La Calle
After reaching a dead-end with photography in 1975, Alex Webb, whose focus until then had been on the American social landscape, felt he was…
Profile • May 23, 2019
Radical master of the gaze
Richard Avedon was one of the few photographers who could transcend the limits of genre. At once a great fashion photographer, portraitist and reporter,…
Profile • May 20, 2019
Portrait of a humanistic photographer
For over half a century, the iconic Moroccan-born French photographer has traveled all over the world and found his voice both as an artist…
Editorial • May 13, 2019
NYC & Street Photography:
The Apple Everyone Wants To Bite From
With something around every corner, NYC is the international hotspot of the world for street photography.
Editorial • May 6, 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…
THEME: VISUAL STORYTELLING Deadline: 30 June 2019
The art of visual storytelling encompasses a wide range of possibilities with at its heart, the will to tell a story.
From classic social documentary to imaginative storytelling: this month we are seeking visual artists aiming to captivate and share their stories with conviction.
Portrait, street, documentary, landscape: All approaches are valid. Enter now and show us YOUR stories!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Maarten Schröder
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- Dorothy Parker