Finlay MacKay, 1973, UK, is a Scottish commercial and editorial photographer. He studied Fine Art photography at the Glasgow School of Art. In 2002, after having assisted various photographers in London, he began working for himself.
Mauro D'Agati, 1968, Italy, is a documentary photographer who has released various monographs with large publishers. One of the books is Alamar (2010), telling the story on the town close to Havana in Cuba.
Photography has for years been going through growth pains as a result of the move to digital and Rencontres d’Arles, the annual festival dedicated to photography, has of necessity turned some of its collective attention to that.
Votre famille mérite un portrait d'art: gagnez un shooting photo avec Steve McCurry (@SteveMcCurry and Hotpoint launch an online competition calling for snapshots of European families: http://t.co/yGhRlrn...)...
Minh-Ha T. Pham, a visual arts and fashion scholar at Cornell University, started a blog featuring old photos of minorities and the clothes they wore. Her subscribers submit photos and stories of their own family members.
Zoniers, Porte de Choisy, 1913By Stephen Longmire, Afterimage, May 2001It has been 20 years, amazingly enough, since New York City's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) launched its landmark cycle of exhibitions of the work of French photographer Eugene...
You've probably heard, now there's Google+ (G+), yet another addition to the growing number of social-networking sites. I am under the impression that a lot of people like G+ because they dislike Facebook so much.
Evžen Sobek, 1967, Czech Republic, is a documentary photographer. In 2011 he released his monograph Life in Blue. It contains images that explore the leisure-time activities at a created reservoir in the south-east of the Czech Republic.
Concerned about security problems, the East German communist regime ordered border guards to snap photos of the Berlin Wall in the 1960s. The images, which were top secret, were lost in an archive for decades.