After spending the last 25 years travelling and working across the globe, Stuart Freedman turns his focus to his native London to document a cultural heritage of generations of working-class Londoners, the Eel, Pie and Mash shops.
Frederik Buyckx has been named Photographer of the Year 2017 by the Sony World Photography Awards’ jury for the series ‘Whiteout’.
E. Jason Wambsgans is the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner in Feature Photography for a portrayal of a 10-year-old boy that survived a shooting in Chicago.
Tom Sponheim bought an envelope with unauthored pictures for $3.5 while on a summer vacation in Barcelona. Back home he couldn’t believe what was inside.
Frederic Lafargue won Istanbul Photo Awards 2017 with a picture titled ‘Fleeing from Daesh’, depicting a pregnant woman escaping Mosul and ISIS oppression.
See the work of 9 international photographers capturing extraordinary aspects of the world we live in, shortlisted in the 2017 ZEISS Photography Award.
The Belgian photographer won the 2017 ZEISS Photography Award for “Føroyar”, a stunning series about life on remote villages on the Faroe Islands.
In this year’s World Press Photo, only 15% of entrants and 11% of prizewinners were women. Just one out of 45 awarded photographers was African.
With ‘Foreigner: Migration Into Europe 2015-1016‘, Daniel Castro Garcia puts a face to the individuals caught up in the largest migrant crisis since WWII from a humanist and empathetic stance.
The Sony World Photography Awards shortlist has just been announced. 227,596 images from 183 countries were submitted to the 10th edition of the contest.
Burhan Ozbilici has been awarded with WPP’s Picture of the Year 2017 for a photograph of the gunman who killed the Russian ambassador; an election that, as usual, has sparked controversy.