In issue two of Vignette featured the work of Icelandic photographer Ragnar Axelsson and his photographs of the Inuit people of Greenland. Thank you to all of you that contacted us to say how much you enjoyed this. We launched a competition to find the best reader’s photograph of the Arctic and received over 50...
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Ted, is 21 and is discreetly capturing the world around him; the world he exists in and the world he witnesses.
On the day I took this shot of the Himba tribes women I was lucky to have my Hasselblad with me. I thought the juxtaposition between the women and the supermarket was very striking. They agreed but only gave me enough time to use my light meter and shoot one frame. Toufic Beyhum was born...
SAM DAVEY b. 1988Currently living in London and studying a BA Photography at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.
The Hôtel-Dieu hospital in Lyon is the subject of a new series by photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre. Collectively titled Dans l'intimité de l'Hôtel-Dieu (In the Privacy of the Hotel Dieu), these haunting photographs picture the hospital on the brink of change, chronicling the site’s growth and history.
This autumn Brighton’s Fabrica gallery has presented new work by Melanie Manchot. Iris Veysey talks to Fabrica and Manchot about Gathering, its relevance to recent social unrest, the place of photography and film in galleries, and perhaps most importantly in these dark economic times, where the money is coming from.
Danny Griffin takes us through an early method of colour photography from the 1910s (with a little twist, of course), telling you how to shoot and replicate this type of image for yourself, with tips on how to get the most satisfying results from the format.
Inspired by the idea of a Salon des Refusés - an exhibition of works rejected from a juried art show - Portrait Salon will showcase 75 of the 5,973 unselected entries from this year's Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize.
“Tom led the people outside, one by one, to take a photo. He stopped them all; middle-aged bartenders, tourists, punk rockers, hippies, very old and very young, me, my mom, my daughter, my wife, my son, all of us got stopped in time by Tom’s camera, a kind of living graveyard.” – Charlie Parr
Not chosen for the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize this year? Submit your image to the Portrait Salon, an exhibition of entries rejected by the National Portrait Gallery.