Max Campbell writes about a photographic study by Sanne De Wilde of the color-blind residents of Oliver Sacks’s “Island of the Colorblind.”
Muir Vilder decided to start this project after seeing a man in his 60s wearing leather harness dancing at a gay club. His series Rebel Without A Pause aims to celebrate men and women who never let their age stop them from being themselves. See more of Muir Vidler’s work on his website and […]
Since graduating from the documentary photography course at the University of South Wales last year, Lua Ribeira has gone from strength to strength. In addition to the Firecracker Grant, which she was awarded in 2015 while still a student, her work was recently selected by Susan Meiselas to appear i
In Todd McLellan’s series “Things Come Apart”, the Canadian photographer deconstructs everyday objects to create nostalgic still lifes that reflect his childhood. By combining his two passions, photography and understanding how things work, he endures long hours of work to challenge himself and showcase his passion for the artform.
Photographers Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE and Tom Sullam founded Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards to spotlight wildlife conservation efforts and to inject some humour into the world of wildlife photography.
These last decades, western societies witnessed a decrease in religious practice. As a result, more and more places of worship are deserted and abandoned. In the UK in particular, only 30% of the population is religious and the attendance rate of churches is 1%. This is how James Kerwin started capturing empty churches throughout the world to […]
This short film is an interesting exhibition that follows the efforts of Daniel Arnold to document people from different parts of New York City. With interesting animations peppered throughout the film, Altskan and Fiks follow Daniel Arnold as he works in Williamsburg, the Diamond District, Chinatown, his home, Brighton Beach, and the Financial District. The […]
“Do you think it matters as much as it used to? Y’know, taking a photo?” In this short film by Niels Windfeldt, two photographers contemplate the idea “What would I do if I had only one day left to take a final photo ?” and the results are really interesting. “When do you know the […]
Large-format photography is for lovers.