Hudson Brown uncovers the story behind the smallest film company in the world. Film Washi was born in the bedroom closet of Frenchman Lomig Perrotin and has grown to offer a range of unique handmade films to the world.
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Hudson Brown looks at some of the great hits, and epic flops from the world of crowdfunding cameras.
Hudson Brown looks at recent industry shifts and what that means for emerging photographers looking to pay the bills with their lens.
A strange tale about a strange camera that came out with a bang and fizzled just as quickly. Hudson Brown tells the curious tale of quadrascopic cameras.
"The wall is for paintings, photographs belong in books." Magnum Co-founder and gun with a camera, Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Let it grow, let your lawn go. Using rewilding to regenerate our lands.
Slim Aarons documented celebrity culture like no one else. Discover how he helped define the way modern photographers capture people in their environment.
How can construction help people find harmony with the environment? We chat to Five Mile Radius’ Clare Kennedy to find out more.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2021, we’re highlighting some of the pioneering female photographers that we love.
From mango madness to barren streets, Abigail Varney’s ongoing series reveals how extreme weather tension has a tangible impact on our lives.
Nan Goldin’s intimate imagery changed our perception of countercultures, with her unflinching perspective on life’s ebbs and flows.
We chat to our newest Urth ambassador Carla Step about how she found creative freedom in her commercial work.
How do we perceive our own responsibility in ecological disasters? Tom Goldner’s latest series suggests an introspective shift is required to find a way forward.
We chat to Marissa Marino about working with sustainable fashion brands that advocate for a change to the way we consume.
How do you photograph the memory of a place? We talk to Brendan George Ko about his otherworldly nature photography.
Edward Weston proved photography could be something far more than just a nifty trick, as he helped lay the medium’s creative foundations.
Denisse Ariana Pérez seeks out the connection between nature and people to disarm Western stereotypes and overcome harmful cultural clichés.
Few artists can match the output of André Kertész. Discover how he paved the way for today’s photojournalists and fine artists.
Eliot Porter’s colourful environmental images helped bring people closer to nature.
Hashem Shakeri depicts the daily lives of those living on the fringes of utopia across a series of remote cities built to house Iran’s working class.
What do holiday destinations say about us? Txema Salvans’ series Perfect Day poses this question as Spain’s resort towns erode the natural landscape.
Mary Ellen Mark spent decades humanising society’s most vulnerable people.