While Edwin Tse features new work on Tumblr, on the section of his website he updates daily and in monthly e-mails, he selects only his favorite new images to show on the packet of four double-sided postcards he mails two or three times a year.
Promo: Set of four, 4 x 6-inch postcards (with images on both sides) in acetate envelopes Number: 80 Two to three times a year, Edwin Tse, a New York City-based fashion and portrait shooter, selects eight of his recent images to print on a set of four double-sided postcards. Using clear envelopes that he orders in bulk online, he sends...
July 21, 2017
Nina Berman is one of five photojournalists PDN interviewed for the Ethics and Photography issue (July). In this interview, Berman, a documentary photographer and an associate professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, discusses the changes in the editorial market and how it influences the choices photographers make while covering stories, the responsibility of editors, and the principles she teaches... More »
July 19, 2017
What is a photograph? What are its physical properties? What is its relationship to time? Does photography require a camera? And what do we do with its abundance? These and other inward-looking questions currently preoccupy many “lens-based artists” creating conceptual artwork with and about the medium of photography. It can all feel a bit navel-gazing and inaccessible to any but... More »
July 17, 2017
Singapore-born, Beijing-based photographer Sim Chi Yin spent four years documenting the life and slow death of He Quangui, a former gold miner afflicted with the lung disease silicosis, and his wife, Mi Shixiu. Sim’s photos were published in the U.S. and after her video “Dying to Breathe” was published on a web portal in China, it helped raise about $16,000... More »