Legendary Women in Photography
All artists, regardless of gender, are attempting to shape an audience's perspective on the human experience. But these pioneering female photographers have helped shape collective understanding of female rights and challenges, drawing from life or reproducing metaphorical scenarios to do so.
Editorial • September 5, 2019
Photography and The American Road Trip
If “road” photography truly exists as a genre in itself, then it includes everything from visual poetry to joy rides to political polemics and…
Interview • August 28, 2019
Profession: War Photographer
War photographer Jonathan Alpeyrie was on assignment in Syria when he was kidnapped and held captive for 81 days before being bought by a…
Book Review • August 21, 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…
Editorial • August 15, 2019
The Colors of India
Born in 1942 to an aristocratic family in Rajasthan, Raghubir Singh was a pioneer of color photography who worked and published prolifically from the late…
Editorial • August 8, 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.
Profile • August 1, 2019
Widely considered to have changed the face of fashion photography forever, French photographer Guy Bourdin’s innovative voice and visionary work is no longer seen…
THEME: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Deadline: 30 September 2019
Any moment can be something.” - Garry Winogrand
Street photography has been one of the most exciting and influential form of photography since its creation.
Whether the subject is your own city or as you explore other territories and cultures: this month we want to discover the streets through YOUR lens!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Lynzy Billing
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- Sally Mann