Reading Time: < 1 minute Grove, one of our photographers for Shoot the Sequel: Then and Now America, explores his relationship to photography and the US
Reading Time: 2 minutes Each month, over the course of three months, the Leica x 1854 Commission Series will select one photographer to receive £5,000 to produce a body of work using Leica equipment. Here, we contemplate the second theme in the series: Witnesses of: Devotion.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Graeme Bulcraig, founder of Touch Digital, on how a new wave of photographers, ones adept and versatile across multiples styles and media, are now leading the way in commercial photography
Reading Time: 2 minutes Over the next three months, the Leica x 1854 Commission Series will select one winning photographer each month to produce a creative body of work using Leica equipment. Here, we introduce the first theme in the series, ‘Witnesses of: The Everyday’.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Photographer Anastasia Samoylova discusses her collaborative new project, part of Shoot the Sequel: Then & Now America
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Reading Time: 5 minutes Chinese-American photographer Michelle Watt’s whimsical, surrealist style draws outside of the lines of today’s commercial market. Here, she discusses the importance of staying true to your voice — and why it’s time for a new era of photography
Reading Time: 5 minutes Gia Goodrich’s practice is built around authentic representation — when brands want to do better, they come knocking. Here, she discusses how to market yourself, and make an impact
Reading Time: 4 minutes In collaboration with 1854/British Journal of Photography, WaterAid is commissioning three new photographic projects exploring the ways in which the climate crisis is obstructing people’s basic rights to clean water, decent sanitation and personal hygiene — especially in some of the world’s poorest countries.
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