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  • LensCulture Weekly: Daesung Lee

    Date
    15th Jan 2015

    LENSCULTURE - LensCulture Visual Storytelling Award winner Daesung Lee set out to convey this sense of a disappearing reality in his series, Futuristic Archaeology.

  • Photography, Art, and Jonathan Jones

    Date
    13th Jan 2015

    WPO LinkedIn Discussion - For this week's WPO LinkedIn group discussion we delve into the photography-as-art debate.

  • THE FENCE: Sebastian Gil Miranda

    Date
    13th Jan 2015

    THE FENCE - “I am not looking for the perfect photograph, as I often say, I think the only possible perfection is the right proportion of imperfection.” - Sebastián Gil Miranda

  • THE FENCE: Samantha VanDeman

    Date
    11th Jan 2015

    THE FENCE - "There is impermanence in everything – nothing lasts forever." - Samantha VanDeman

  • WPO on Instagram - Scott Rinckenberger

    Date
    9th Jan 2015

    INSTAGRAM - Our Instagram initiative features the works of various talented photographers that use the ever-popular photo sharing platform. We interview last week's photographer, Scott Rinckenberger.

  • LensCulture Weekly: Michal Solarski & Tomasz Liboska

    Date
    8th Jan 2015

    LENSCULTURE - Michal Solarski & Tomasz Liboska reconstruct past events that shaped their lives in this coming of age story in a small Polish town. 'Cut it Short' was selected as one of the top five favourites in LensCulture's Visual Storytelling Awards 2014.

  • THE FENCE: Sam Edmonds

    Date
    6th Jan 2015

    THE FENCE - "To me, this project was about a group of hugely underprivileged kids in the third world showing people in the first world how animals really should be treated." - Sam Edmonds

  • THE FENCE: Remi Thornton

    Date
    4th Jan 2015

    THE FENCE - "The brightness of the day offers a lot that you can’t accomplish at night, and vice versa. So I continue to practice in the dark and share my progress along the way." - Remi Thornton

  • LensCulture Weekly: Michael Zumstein

    Date
    1st Jan 2015

    LENSCULTURE - Following December's announcement of the 2014 LensCulture Visual Storytelling Award winning photographers, we continue to bring you features on the year's remarkable photographic projects. This week, we turn our focus to the work of Paris-based photographer Michaël Zumstein.

  • THE FENCE: Miho Aikawa

    Date
    30th Dec 2014

    THE FENCE - "I focus on shooting each casual ‘moment’ that pass by our daily lives and my photography is about telling a precious story that lies in each moment." - Miho Aikawa. THE FENCE is a collaboration between United Photo Industries, Photo District News (PDN), Brooklyn Bridge Park, and the Flash Forward Festival.

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