It’s All Dreaming: Essential Writings about Photography from Aperture - Free Guide From Aperture | LensCulture
Download our free 50-page PDF from Aperture, filled with incredible insights, advice and inspiration from photographers who are pushing the boundaries of the medium and embracing experimentation. In 1952,
Katkin Tremayne is looking at a photo of her father, Roger Mayne. It is a colour snap and he stands in the snow, wearing a straw sunhat, a floppy, incongruously chic affair purchased in New York for Tremayne’s
2016 LensCulture Street Photography Awards: Single Image Winners, Finalists & Jurors’ Picks - Jury Selections from the LensCulture
Diverse, varied and inspirational, these award-winning single images showcase the ever-inventive ways that photography helps us see the streets of the world. 1st Prize: Robert Burroughs, United States
I still listen to punk and heavy metal. I just don’t dress like a punk any more I didn’t think it was particularly weird, a man standing behind the hatch in the chippy, asking if he could take my picture.
La Calle is an exhibition bringing together 30 years of Mexican street photography by Alex Webb. Covering the years 1975 to 2007, the images can be seen at the Aperture Foundation in New York until 26
Street photography is both beloved and poorly defined—this essay offers a considered look at what truly sets this genre apart. Over the past 20 years I have been creating, teaching and looking at street