An ongoing notebook on the photographic depiction of animals. · Collected by photographer Yana Wernicke.
Quarantine Conversations — Magnum Photos · Conversations between Magnum photographer by videocalls in the era of Covid-19
Photographic conversations between self-isolated photographers in the Covid19 era · An idea by Yana Wernicke & Jonas Feige
Photobook search engine — Onlyphotobooks · This project was born from Guillaume Tomasi's desire to allow everyone to be able to find any photobook (published or self-published) and to be able to access the official link to get it.
Virtual bookshelf by Josef Chladek · Virtual library of photobooks, with documentation & texts
When Photographers Become Self-Publishing Companies — Time · When Josh Lustig started photographing the wild and grubby Hackney Marshes in London on his way to and from work, he never thought it would lead him to oversee a photobook publishing venture.
Vivian Maier: The Color Work — Howard Greenberg Gallery · Vivian Maier "The Color Work" is up at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York, enjoy these rare color photographs by the artist.
Simply Paying Attention With Alec Soth — Lensculture · For well over a decade, the distinctive voice and eye of Alec Soth have inspired photographers all over the world—discover his spare, poetic wisdom in this enlightening interview.
Edward Burtynsky Finds New Perspectives on the Anthropocene — Format Magazine · The renowned Canadian photographer discusses his latest work, which uses AR, film, and photography to document environmental change.
Earth Mirrors Sky: The Making of a Great Plains Photograph — John Sanderson (Medium) · Ice Fishing Near Eckelson, ND, captures the sense of isolation and loneliness that can come on the Great Plains. By Lew Ableidinger
Stephen Shore on Why Young Photographers Need to Start with Film — Artsy · The pioneering photographer has given up film in favor of digital cameras, his iPhone, and Instagram. But he still thinks an old-school education is essential.
Kingsley : The Hard Way, The Only Way — Olivier Jobard · Travel diary of a clandestine immigrant, a projection and installation made during the Rencontre d'Arles 2006 by Olivier Koechlin and Valéry Faidherbe.
Advice for Emerging Photographers: Learning from Nadav Kander — Lens Culture · A relentless drive combined with a thoughtfully cultivated humanness—according to the sought-after photographer Nadav Kander, that is what it takes to make your mark in our age of visual glut.
The 2017 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist — Aperture · The shortlist for the 2017 PhotoBook Awards, by Aperture and Paris Photo
10 Masters of Color Street Photography you can not ignore — Alex Coghe blog · 10 masters of street photography that used color extensively.
Tips for Long-term Photographic Projects — Magnum Photos · Five lessons in developing and sustaining a long-term photographic project from Magnum and industry insiders.
Susan Worsham: The States Project: Virginia — Lenscratch · Susan Worsham is contagiously passionate about everything around her and embodies all that comes to mind when considering a Virginia photographer.
Why is narrative such a difficult concept for young photographers to master? — The United Nations of Photography · Writers believe that reading is the foundation of good writing. That’s all reading — the good, the mediocre, the bad and the truly awful.
Faubourg Treme by Alexis Pazoumian — Fisheye Magazine · A musical portrait of New-Orleans
William Eggleston, the Pioneer of Color Photography — NY Times · A visit with the artist reveals him to be every bit as brilliant, confounding and heartbreakingly soulful as the pictures he makes.
Ryan McGinley : Nudists of the subterrain — Musée Magazine · Interview (in french) with Musée Magazine all around his work and behind the scene.
Trent Davis Bailey: The North Fork — VSCO · Between 2011 and 2015, Bailey made these pictures in the North Fork Valley of his home state of Colorado, he reflects on his influences, and his evolving bond with the valley’s land and the local community who tends to it.
The Difference of A Letter — The Huffington Post · During an interview with Velvet Eyes (that will be published in september), we asked photographer Saleem Ahmed about his creative process and how he develops his ideas. In this post, Saleem shares some of the concepts that are the foundation of his work.
Metamorpolis: the Insatiable Sprawl of Chongqing — LensCulture · Finalist in the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2016, "Metamorpolis" is a series of photographs capturing the incredible mega-city of Chongqing: one of fastest urbanizing city in China, if not the world.
Interview: Photographer Alec Soth on the importance of being a beginner — Huck Magazine · Huck catches up with great American documentarian Alec Soth about his impressive, constantly changing career.
Interview : Kalpesh Lathigra — Paper Journal · "Pine Ridge allowed me to say something about my own experiences as the child of immigrants seen through the experiences of others that I can relate to" - Kalpesh Lathigra spoke to Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa about his new photobook Lost in the Wilderness.
How London’s hottest DIY photography gallery was born in a living room — Huck Magazine · Tired of rejection in an elitist industry, photographer Ken Flaherty decided to build an art space in his living room.
Marked Up Photographs Show How Iconic Prints Were Edited in the Darkroom — PetaPixel · Want to see what kind of work goes into turning a masterful photograph into an iconic print? Pablo Inirio, who works at Magnum Photos, has personally worked on some of the cooperative’s best-known images.
New Print Technologies Help Art Books Survive in a Digital World — NY Times · Today’s print-based art books aren’t odes to the past. Instead, they deliver a sense of tactile immediacy.
“Sisters of the Valley” Portraits of a Group of Nuns who Grow Weed — Booooooom · Nice series by photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois about a group of pot harvesting nuns.
Interview : Martina Matencio (aka Lovenenoso) — Tropic of Sagittarius · The creation of the Tropic was highly inspired by the work of Martina Matencio Fotógrafa (aka Lovenenoso)... And here is an interview with her!
Julien Lombardi Captures Armenia In A State Of Transformation — iGNANT · Great trip to Armenia, capturing the country’s state of constant transformation by Julien Lombardi for his serie "L'inachevé"
Watch Cathedral of the Pines, Gregory Crewdson — The New Yorker · Gregory Crewdson discusses his new work, “Cathedral of the Pines,” on view at Gagosian Gallery January 28 – March 5, 2016.
Seeing Through Photographs by Museum of Modern Art — Coursera · The Museum of Modern Art unleashed a free online course on Coursera entitled “Seeing Through Photographs”, a great opportunity to learn photography!
David Lynch on Memory, Chance and Intuition — AnOther · "Never take a bad idea, but never turn down a good idea." David Lynch's advice to young filmmakers.
Zines – A Culture of Affordable Sharing and Collecting — Crusade for Art · A good overview of the zine market from past to nowadays with Rachael Banks, Nathan Pearce & Jordan Swartz (Empty Stretch).
Review: The Lonely Ones by Gus Powell — Fraction Magazine · One of my favorite book of 2015, reviewed by Leo Hsu. Gus Powell’s The Lonely Ones is a book inspired by celebrated illustrator William Steig’s earlier book. It is a puzzle-like combinations of photographs paired with brief phrases.
Interview : Cristóbal Escanilla Severino — Tropic of Sagittarius · Really interesting interview from Laura's other project with this photographer based in Santiago de Chile. “Sensuality is 'something' that moves sensations.”
A conversation with Christian Patterson — Des livres et des photos · (french) Photographe américain né en 1972 à Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, Christian Patterson est à ce jour l’auteur de trois livres principaux, Sound Affects, Redheaded Peckerwood et Bottom of the Lake.
A Conversation with Ron Jude: The Staccato Memory — American Suburb X · “This work is about something else, something more abstract. The function of the desert and Salton Sea in Lago is more psychological than political. ” – Ron Jude
Photobooks: The Golden Age — Terratory Journal · Elephant speaks and says, e-commerce and the Internet have been highly disruptive to the publishing industry.