Meital Levy

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100 Homeless People Were Given Disposable Cameras and This is What They Captured

Since 2012, UK-based initiative Caf Art has been connecting people affected by homelessness with the wider community through art and photography by hanging their work in cafes and helping them earn a living through art sales. In July, the organization handed out 100 Fujifilm disposable cameras to …

Photographs of New York City's bizarre everyday life in black and white

If you've not yet graced New York City's streets and sampled the weird and wonderful delights it has to offer, then photographer Phil Penman will …

New York City

Left 3 Days: Shadows of Khmer - Photographs and text by Remissa Mak | LensCulture

Like other Cambodians, some of my family members died from the killing, starvation, forced labor and torture under the Khmer Rouge regime. Most of those who survived do not wish to recall such painful memories in order to avoid continues emotional suffering.<p>Therefore, the story of the genocide that …

Amanda Marie Ellison: The Smoking Girl in Mary Ellen Mark’s Famous Photo

In 1990, the late American photographer Mary Ellen Mark captured a photo titled “Amanda and her Cousin Amy,” which showed a 9-year-old girl named …

Sewn - Photographs and text by Liz Steketee | LensCulture

<i>We first discovered this work after it was submitted to the Exposure Awards 2014. Although it was not chosen as a finalist by the jury, the editors of LensCulture were impressed and decided to publish this feature article about it. Enjoy!</i><p>For over a decade, <i>Sewn</i> has taken shape from altered, chopped, …

Zebra The City - Photographs by Tadashi Onishi | LensCulture

<i>We first discovered this work after it was submitted to the Exposure Awards 2014. Although it was not chosen as a finalist by the jury, the editors of LensCulture were impressed and decided to publish this feature article about it. Enjoy!</i><p>Perhaps most recognizable in animal form, stripes carry …

Binary Contrast: Examining the 2015 Deutsche Börse Prize - Photographs from the winners and shortlist of The Deutsche Börse Prize | LensCulture

Founded in 1996, the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize annually awards £30,000 to a contemporary photographer whose work made the most significant contribution to European photography within the last calendar year. The winning series—Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse’s Ponte City—was …

Striking Photos of Dancers in the Wilderness by Bertil Nilsson

London-based fine art photographer Bertil Nilsson returns to his rural Swedish roots in the ongoing series <i>Naturally</i>. Frequently featuring circus …

You Are Here: Lost in the City of London - Photographs by Imantas Selenis | LensCulture

Imantas Selenis had recently taken over the <i>Guardian</i><i>’s</i> Cities Instagram and presented the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. It caused an uproar in the (local) press as residents were traumatized by the piercingly honest perspective of the photographer. While Lithuanians are usually proud to present their …

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Seattle Artist Tom DesLongchamp Turns Markers And Ink Into Vibrant Portraits

You’ll never look at the half-dried chubby markers from your school days the same way again.<p>Seattle artist Tom DesLongchamp certainly didn’t the day he decided to add some color to his portrait work beyond the traditional brush pen and black ink. “Since college, I've always kept a sketchbook which …

Students' end of year artwork – our favourites so far

As part of our new Students Express series, we asked you to share your end of year artwork with us. The Guardian’s picture editor Roger Tooth selects some of his favourite contributions submitted before 26 May.

Ideas for Photo Fun With Water & Food Coloring

“Wow! Oh my gosh! Cool!”<p>This is what your friends will say when they see your gorgeous photos of food coloring in water.<p>These shots are not only …

New Dutch Photography Talent: Carla Kogelman - Photographs by Carla Kogelman | LensCulture

<i>New Dutch Photography Talent</i>, simply known as “New,” is an initiative by GUP Magazine. The annual catalogue showcases the 100 most promising upcoming photographers from, or based in, The Netherlands. “New” is a hardcover publication that features a hundred fresh eyes (and views) which makes for an …

Pictures of the Week 5.8.15

Poolscapes - Photographs by Karine Laval | LensCulture

<i>While visiting Photo London 2015, the otherworldly “poolscapes” of photographer Karine Laval caught our eye. Her vibrant but enigmatic work prompted managing editor Alexander Strecker to reach out by email. Here is an edited transcript of their exchange.</i><p><b><br>LC: How did you begin making the pictures in</b> …

The Hard Truth Why No One Will Hire You As A Photographer

Let's face it; the industry is changing. Art directors and potential clients are not looking to simply hire a photographer anymore. They do not care …

Selling

65 Amazing Photo Series Inspired by the Earth

The wonders and calamities of nature and life on Earth seem as endless as the cosmos themselves. Here are 65 amazing photo series that draw their inspiration from the beauty of nature, the cycles of life, changing weather and environments, and much more. The editors of LensCulture hope you find …

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Mirrored - a Photographic Dialogue Between Sydney and Istanbul

Markus Andersen is back at it again on the streets of Sydney, Australia… but this time he has teamed up with fellow street photographer Elif …

Street Photography

Mother and Daughter Collaborate on Painterly Photographs that Capture the Beauty of Childhood

Minnesota-based photographer Caroline Jensen lives across two hundred acres of wide-open prairie on which she and her family roam freely amidst the …

Garden Flower Photography Tips

Short of ideas and inspiration when you want to go out and shoot some photographs? If you have a garden, then step outside your door and into a world …

Street Portfolio

The Guy Who Knows Everything About Comics Finally Made a Graphic Novel

If you walk into a classroom, library, or bookstore and say you want to know more about comics, chances are that someone will hand you a book by …

Dark Atmospheric Pictures by Korinne Bisig

Korinne Bisig is a photographer for 16 years, currently based in Seattle. In the footsteps of her father since the age of 12, Korinne sees …

Photography

Curious Kitten Quickly Gets Overwhelmed By a Boxful of Eager Ducklings

A very curious kitten innocently climbed into a box of weeks-old ducklings and very quickly became overwhelmed by the eager anatine babies who were …

Kittens

The Magical Fairy Tale-Inspired Portraits of Ukrainian Photographer Anita Anti

Anita Anti is a photographer based in Ukraine who uses elaborate costumes, props, and makeup to create magical portraits that are often inspired by …

Alice In Wonderland

Go Inside the Lives of Families Affected by Gun Violence

Family members gather around Albert Vaughn’s coffin to say goodbye. “Lil Al” was beaten to death with a baseball bat by<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Carlos Javier …

Family Business

Another planet, another world - Photographs and text by Doruk Sikman | LensCulture

Just Released!<p>The Best of LensCulture, Vol 2<p>Here are 162 award-winning photographers you should know. These exciting contemporary photographers come from 38 countries on five continents, and they are making remarkable work right now in diverse cultures around the world. It’s fresh, inspiring, …

Photography