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  • THE FENCE: Mark Peterson

    Date
    28th Dec 2014

    THE FENCE - “Maybe the project will end when I meet a politician that I would feel good about voting for.” - Mark Peterson

  • WPO on Instagram - Bryan Schutmaat

    Date
    26th Dec 2014

    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, Bryan Schutmaat.

  • LensCulture Weekly: Glenna Gordon

    Date
    25th Dec 2014

    LENSCULTURE - In Nigerian School Girls, Glenna's images explore humanity with the absence of human presence. Headlines across the world in early 2014 begged for the release of nearly 300 girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram. Despite the flurry of conversation, the kidnapped girls themselves were sorely missing in the media landscape. Glenna decided to change this. She shares her reflections on the series' development.

  • THE FENCE: Mark Morelli

    Date
    23rd Dec 2014

    THE FENCE - "As far as approaching people, that's never easy, but I keep telling my students they have to work through their fears. I'm trying to listen to my own advice." - Mark Morelli

  • Art, nature, science: How well are they co-existing in the 21st century?

    Date
    22nd Dec 2014

    LINKEDIN DISCUSSION - Art, nature, science: How well are they co-existing in the 21st century?

  • THE FENCE: Suzanne Revy

    Date
    21st Dec 2014

    THE FENCE - "I’m inspired by the rhythm and changing light of the year, and how it illuminates my small corner of the world." - Suzanne Révy

  • WPO on Instagram - Dirk Bakker

    Date
    19th Dec 2014

    INSTAGRAM - Two weeks ago, we launched our new Instagram initiative, which will feature the works of various talented photographers that use the ever-popular photo sharing platform. We interview last week's photographer, Amsterdam-based Dirk Bakker.

  • LensCulture Weekly: Kirsty Mitchell

    Date
    19th Dec 2014

    LENSCULTURE - This month, LensCulture revelaed the 2014 Visual Storytelling Award winners. We open our latest series of LensCulture features with one of the competition's top five photographers: Kirsty Mitchell. Kirsty received the accolade for her series "Wonderland", a series five years in the making.

  • Do you fear an overtly conservative photography world?

    Date
    16th Dec 2014

    LINKEDIN DISCUSSION - Do you fear an overtly conservative photography world?

  • THE FENCE: Stephen Shames

    Date
    16th Dec 2014

    THE FENCE: "I want to produce a true document that people who live there can look at and say, “yes, that is the way it was.” I strive for that inside point of view" - Stephen Shames

 

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