Widely regarded as one of the finest photographers of our time, Nadav Kander is renowned for his uncompromising and evocative images which cut to the heart of the human condition.
Book Review • May 19, 2020
Trent Parke: Minutes to Midnight
Traveling 90,000 kilometers across his homeland with his partner Narelle Autio, Australian photographer Trent Parke documented his experiences and produced a body of work that…
Editorial • May 11, 2020
How Wing Shya immortalized Hong Kong’s cool
With a portfolio featuring some of Asia’s biggest cinematic icons, Wing Shya is one of Asia’s best-known artists with an impressive oeuvre.
Interview • May 4, 2020
Profession: War Photographer
War photographer Jonathan Alpeyrie was on assignment in Syria when he was kidnapped and held captive for 81 days before being bought by a…
Book Review • April 26, 2020
Slant Rhymes is a fascinating multi-disciplinary dialogue between American photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, the third book the couple has released collaboratively.
Top 10 • April 17, 2020
Brazil in 10 iconic images
In 1840, French optical scientist and aristocrat Louis Comte appeared before an expectant audience of Rio de Janeiro’s elite to demonstrate the daguerreotype process.…
Profile • April 10, 2020
German photographer Tom Hegen captures the human impact on natural landscapes through spectacular aerial shots depicting the surface of the Earth from above.
THEME: Portrait Deadline: 31 May 2020
Portrait photography has one of the oldest and most interesting histories that harkens back to the early days of the medium. Through portraits of iconic figures or ordinary people, we discover a deep interest in others.
Classic or experimental, through any kind of storytelling: We want to discover the most powerful and captivating images of today’s portrait photography.
We are open to all interpretations and want to see faces that gaze right into the soul!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Stephen King
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- Mary Ellen Mark