Mark Barber captures the language of small-town New Zealand architecture.
An artist working in photography, video and sculpture, Joyce Campbell has exhibited around the world, works between Los Angeles and Wairoa, teaches at Elam School of Fine Arts, and in 2016 was shortlisted for the Walters Prize.
As a relative newcomer to photography, and to Australia, Ingetje Tadros created an award-winning series on her new community.
Back when EXIF data was DIY, this easily-concealed camera was a runaway success with World War I servicemen.
An utterly ordinary image is one of the biggest commercial successes in history—and nobody had any choice in the matter.
Amanda McErlich on the role of a public-affairs photographer in the New Zealand Defence Force.
American photographer Donna Ferrato has championed women’s rights through her work on domestic violence for nearly 30 years. In November 2016, Ferrato’s most well-known image, which launched her journey down this path, was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential series of photographs.
A famous painting, from a mass-produced photo, is an object lesson in the cultural distance between artist and subject.
When Catalan photographer Xavi Bou set out to depict the motion of a bird in flight, he discovered a 19th-century technique that shows the passage of time.
The behemoth medium-format camera and its descendants have been the choice of photography greats since its 1969.
Congratulations to the winners of the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year 2016. From 3500 entries, these are the finest visions of our environment and society, and this year's contribution to the ever-expanding record of our place, and our people.
Graeme Murray was filming from the air when he saw the opportunity for a still shot—a finalist in the aerial category of the 2016 New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year contest.
After beginning her career in photography education, teaching 'visual literacy' in public primary schools, Susan Meiselas turned to photojournalism. She is best known for her long-term coverage of Nicaragua. Her work appears in many books, and in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of Art.
Frustrated with the old-fashioned look of bridal magazines, wedding photographer Greta Kenyon started her own. A year on, Together Journal is a global success.
Strip away the props, and the true essence of a subject is revealed.
The calligraphic line of a snow-covered ridge is a finalist in the landscape category of the 2016 New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year contest.
Of all the consumer applications for artificial intelligence, proponents have focused their efforts on photography first. Results: mixed.
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