Most Influential Photographers

17 AUGUST 2017

An Interview with Mustafah Abdulaziz – Water

An Interview with – Mustafah Abdulaziz- Special Project: Water The project Water (2012-2027) is a long-term photographic documentation of a resource in crisis. The focus of the work is on the intersection of culpability and ecology, where large-scale behavioral trends reveal how we exist within the natural world and ultimately how we imagine ourselves to […]

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17 AUGUST 2017

Exclusive Interview With Ami Vitale

Exclusive Interview With Ami Vitale By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues Ami Vitale’s journey as a photographer, writer and filmmaker has taken her to over 90 countries, where she has witnessed civil unrest and violence, but also surreal beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit. She has lived in mud huts and war zones, contracted malaria […]

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Joel Meyerowitz Camel Coat Couple in Street Steam, New York City, 1975.
18 JULY 2017

JOEL MEYEROWITZ- SPECIAL INTERVIEW

SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH JOEL MEYEROWITZ BY SEBI BERENS   JOEL MEYEROWITZ Born in 1938, New York, United States. Lives and works in New York, United States. With his career beginning in 1962 and with being famous for his complex compositions, you can be sure that the American color photography master, Joel Meyerowitz, knows how to […]

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Nina Pak on Lens Magazine Issue 33
17 JUNE 2017

NINA PAK

NINA PAK Nina Pak has more than 30 years experience as a professional photographer, starting with film and then digital media. She is also a wardrobe stylist, set designer and hair stylist. These skills developed out of necessity, and are credited to Dreamloka. Nina has had the pleasure of working with many gifted designers in […]

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Nicola Davison-Reed on Lens Magazine 33
17 JUNE 2017

Exclusive Interview with Nicola Davison-Reed

Exclusive Interview with Nicola Davison-Reed By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues Nicola Davison-Reed is a UK-based photographer with a natural light studio in the Robin Hood county of Nottinghamshire. Nicola shoots portraiture, conceptual, street and weddings; predominantly in black & white. She photographs with two Canons and tends to use homemade backdrops and a bed sheet. Everything she […]

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20 MAY 2017

An Interview with Franciz Pérez

An Interview with Franciz Pérez Underwater Photographer WPP Prize: Nature – First Prize, Singles By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues Francis Pérez was born in Canary Islands and started in underwater photography taking pictures of the sea bed in Tenerife. As a freelance professional underwater photographer, he focuses on the submarine world with a unique style. His pictures […]

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19 MAY 2017

An Interview with Paula Bronstein

An Interview with Paula Bronstein Photojournalist/Photographer WPP Prize: Daily Life – First Prize, Singles By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues Paula Bronstein is a freelance photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand specializing in the Asian region. Her work reflects the eye of a dedicated humanitarian and conflict photojournalist. With over 30 years of experience in the news business, Paula […]

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19 MAY 2017

An Interview with Mathieu Willcocks

An Interview with Mathieu Willcocks Photojournalist/Photographer WPP Prize: Spot News – Third Prize, Stories By Anne Pinto-Rodrigues Mathieu Willcocks was born in Paris in 1988 and grew up in Hong Kong. He started in photography after an internship at the VII Photo Agency in Paris in 2012, during which he started shooting assignments for The […]

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17 MAY 2017

“Bordelle & Zellen”

“Bordelle & Zellen” By Jürgen Chill With the photography series “bordelle & zellen” (“bordellos & cells”), the photographic artist Jürgen Chill penetrates milieus which are not accessible to everyone, but radiate a concealed fascination. Personal, intimate locations which not many know… The award-winning photography series “zellen” won the 1 st prize of the European Architectural […]

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18 JANUARY 2017

Exclusive Interview with Cristina Mittermeier

Exclusive Interview with Cristina  Mittermeier Photographer, writer and conservationist Cristina Mittermeier uses her camera to document the intersection of wild nature and humans. She’s been recognized as one of the World’s 40 Most Influential Outdoor Photographers, published and edited 24 coffee table books on conservation issues and her work has been published in prestigious publications, […]

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