Last year, photographer Daniel Shea made public a conversation he’d been having with colleagues about sexism in editorial photography with a post on his blog. In it, he asked why there seemed to be so many more men working in editorial photography than women. The post was shared hundreds of times, and it drew a number of responses from female...
June 25, 2017
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Moving high-quality images from a DSLR or mirrorless camera to phone in the field just to post them to Instagram is something of a pain. At a PhotoPlus Expo panel in 2015, photographer Jeremy Cowart asked plaintively why DSLRs couldn’t just post images to social networks directly. Well, now they can. Sort... More »
June 21, 2017
Cig Harvey didn’t know that her new series was about the serious car crash she survived in August 2015 until she showed the photographs to a friend. “He said, ‘The accident is literally all over these,” she recalls. Harvey was psychologically scarred, but rarely ever talked about it. “We’re often the last ones to know what our work is about,”... More »
June 16, 2017
London-based photographer Mahtab Hussain’s project “You Get Me?” is a portrait series depicting young, Muslim, British men. A Briton of Pakistani heritage, Hussain knows community well. His generation of young men has come of age in a post-9/11 world in which thorny ideas of identity come with far more barbs. For Hussain, these young men represent a “voice of hybridity”... More »