Keith Carter: Fifty Years

In 2018, this renowned fine-art photographer celebrated half a century of work
“Conversation with a Coyote,” 2014 Last year, the University of Texas Press published Keith Carter: Fifty Years, which compiled five decades of the photographer’s search for the soul in the ordinary. The collection of 250 images takes readers on a visual journey through a dream world that Carter often captures in the quiet realities of daily life... Read more

Stephen Wilkes: Day To Night

A new monograph reveals how Stephen Wilkes waited for the right time for technology to catch up to his photographic vision
Stephen Wilkes: Day To Night
“Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park,” 2015  When you first see a photograph by Stephen Wilkes from his “Day To Night” series—many of which can be seen in the recently published, beautifully designed monograph Stephen Wilkes: Day To Night—you’ll most likely experience two disparate sensations.  First, you’ll recognize the setting.... Read more

Cig Harvey: State Of Being

Photographer Cig Harvey looks for magic and meaning in the everyday of a Down Maine life
“The Screen Door,” Warren, Maine, 2013. It’s no easy task to describe Cig Harvey’s photographs in a meaningful way. Words make their subjects seem ordinary and random: a child’s mouth with a loose baby tooth; a freshly picked collection of four-leaf clovers; a bowl of red cherries. Yet other details vivify these simple things. Bright red string... Read more
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Duane Michals: Empty New York

What a master photographer sees in his previous work and his future work
Duane Michals: Empty New York
“Empty New York,” by Duane Michals, 1964. Travel to the Soviet Union during the darkest days of the Cold War as an American was unusual, but for Duane Michals, the unusual has proved to be the norm. Throughout his career, the highly regarded fine-art photographer has embraced the commercial world and scoffed at the idea that it’s “selling out.” In... Read more

Julia Fullerton-Batten: A River Runs Through Them

This London-based fine-art and commercial photographer creates imaginative works that are inspired by England’s most renowned river
Julia Fullerton-Batten: A River Runs Through Them
The Race Box, 2018  Kingdoms may come, kingdoms may go Whatever the end may be Old Father Thames keeps rolling along Down to the mighty sea  So go the lyrics of the 1933 ballad Old Father Thames. The song is an exhortation to Britons weathering the precarious period between two devastating wars to keep their chins up and their character steady,... Read more

Amy Touchette Captures The Visual Personality Of The Street

Shooting street photos lets this photographer go out into the world and live a more authentic and meaningful life
Amy Touchette Captures The Visual Personality Of The Street
“Us, No. 14” from Us. “It’s a gift when subjects on the street tell you about their relationship without saying a word,” says Touchette. As any New Yorker will tell you, the events of September 11, 2001, cast an indelible shadow over their life experiences. But for one New Yorker, in particular, street portrait photographer Amy Touchette,... Read more

Chris Buck And The Politics Of Taking U.S. Presidential Portraits

Renowned celebrity photographer Chris Buck provides important tips for capturing compelling photographs of politicians and celebrities
Chris Buck And The Politics Of Taking U.S. Presidential Portraits
Chris Buck’s photo of former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, former First Lady Barbara Bush. A key element of making successful portraits is that they not only capture someone’s likeness but also convey the sitter’s personality or perhaps even some surprising hidden quality. But if doing this for celebrity portraiture isn’t challenging... Read more

Sarah Silver: Moving Beauty

Learn how this distinguished fashion and beauty photographer takes her powerful, provocative expressions across multiple mediums
Sarah Silver: Moving Beauty
Model Maryna Linchuk from The Lions Model Management, New York, 2017 Sarah Silver’s love of photography began in her grandfather’s darkroom. This love has never waned, but she has explored dramatically different genres of the visual medium throughout her career. The New York City-based photographer/director began her career as a photojournalist... Read more

Maria Svarbova: Frozen In Time And Space

This Eastern European photographer combines a powerful design aesthetic with her sense of place to produce enticing fashion photographs
Maria Svarbova: Frozen In Time And Space
No Diving, Smykacka, 2016 Slovakian photographer Maria Svarbova knew from an early age that she was going to be an artist. The only question was which medium would she use as a means of self-expression? Within less than a decade of “discovering” photography as her chosen medium in 2010, she has garnered the prestigious Hasselblad Master award, had... Read more

Andrea Bruce: Using Photography To Discover Democracy

A renowned photojournalist is using multimedia in a new way to explore what democracy, community and citizenship mean today
Andrea Bruce: Using Photography To Discover Democracy
“What does democracy mean?” It’s one of those exasperating questions, like “what is art?” Both questions remind you that the dictionary definition is less a comprehensive explanation than a placeholder for centuries-old debates. Photographer Andrea Bruce was asked the first question in 2003 by a woman who was working as a prostitute in... Read more

Terry Virts: Capturing Images From An Unusual Perspective

The "travel" photographs Terry Virts creates were produced by having access to a unique vantage point on the International Space Station
Terry Virts On Capturing Images From An Unusual Perspective
Terry Virts is the most prolific photographer in the history of space travel. He’s shot more than 300,000 images during his two spaceflights, a two-week mission on board the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 2010 and 200-plus days on the International Space Station in 2014-2015, which included three spacewalks. He’s also shot terabytes of video, some for... Read more

Lynsey Addario: Documenting The Human Condition

Award-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario’s most recent photography book, Of Love & War, depicts the many tragic facets of our current hostile global zeitgeist
Lynsey Addario: Documenting The Human Condition
If I had to choose the most important photograph shot in the 21st century, it may just be the opening image for this article, shot by the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Lynsey Addario during one of her assignments in Iraq. In the caption, you learn the photograph depicts an Iraqi woman desperately looking to find her husband after a massive fire... Read more
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