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In an exclusive conversation with LensCulture, Nixon talks about why he threw away the first photo of “The Brown Sisters,” imparts some invaluable wisdom gained from 40+ years of making portraits—and reveals the moments when you need to put down the camera and simply be present.
Under the Iranian penal code, homosexuality is a punishable crime. This series delves into the experiences of LGBT+ individuals living in the country and seeks to highlight a few of their deeply personal (and tragically overlooked) stories.
How has the development of digital technology altered the way we depict (and perceive) the natural world around us? A richly conceptual—and uniquely constructed—series about an island off the coast of Spain.
Imposing (yet inscrutable) obelisks tower over gentle, indifferent landscapes. With no notion of their purpose, their massive forms offer viewers space to question the relevance of the physical in our increasingly virtual age.
We asked some of our favorite women in the photo community to name the female and female-identifying photographers who made a strong impression on them lately. See all their picks—as well as 35 powerful photos.
Secluded mountain shelters, known as bothies, are a familiar feature in the boundless landscape of the rural British Isles. A series that explores these unique structures—and pays homage to the breathtaking natural world that surrounds them.
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