Reading Time: 3 minutes Here, three of this year’s winners discuss the practices, including their attention to the everyday, the honesty of community, and the playfulness of the camera
Tag: Le Book
Reading Time: 4 minutes Introducing 1854’s Fast Track Vol. 2 winners: Ulas & Merve, Sophie Jane Stafford and Aïcha Nadaud Fall
Reading Time: 4 minutes Introducing 1854’s Fast Track Vol. 2 winners: Jessica Ledwich, Susan Richman and Samira Saidi
Reading Time: 4 minutes 1854’s FastTrack open call promotes unsigned talent in the commercial sphere. Here, we meet three winners from Fast Track Vol. 2: from the power of portraiture to the allure of collage, they discuss the techniques that make them tick
Reading Time: 6 minutes “I finally understood what a picture can be about — and it’s about responding to a moment that’s important to you.” Charting his origins in war reporting to his shift into intimate personal work, the renowned Magnum photographer reflects on what drives him to create with a camera
Reading Time: 5 minutes Success takes “focus, determination, tenacity and talent,” says Steven Pranica. But does it take an agent too? The founder of Creative Exchange Agency (CXA), discusses the value of an agent in today’s market.
Reading Time: < 1 minute In this collaboration between 1854 presents and the global photographic network Le Book, writer, editor and curator Tom Seymour hosts a discussion between Touch Digital founder Greame Bull Craig, and 2017 Lens Culture Emerging Talent Award winner Nicholas White.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Arriving in London from South Africa at age 21, the leading British artist recalls the hard early steps finding work in photography
Reading Time: 5 minutes Vietnamese-born, London-based Thu Nguyen is one of the most respected agents in the business. Here, she reflects on the industry’s ongoing attempts to represent a broader spectrum of people
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