Interviews Archive

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2016

Two Brisish Wildlife Photography Awards 2016 winners talk to Sky News about their winning shots Marine ecologist turned photographer George Stoyle was the overall winner and winner of the coast and marine category with his image of a Lion’s mane jellyfish entitled ‘Hitchhikers’. Rebecca Bunce won the Young people’s award with her image ‘Kung Fu […]

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Interview with Hans Eijkelboom

Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom turned to multicultural Birmingham’s Bull Ring shopping centre in 2013-2014 Commissioned by Multistory, Hans’ work takes the form of a series of moving images capturing the feeling of walking along the high street, and a book publication – The Street and Modern Life published by Dewi Lewis. Hans Eijkelboom’s photography in […]

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An Interview with Erik Kessels

The Dutch artist, designer, curator and book publisher has been shortlisted for The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016 for his Unfinished Father exhibition. Kessels’ father, who suffered a stroke, is a restorer of old Fiat cars, the most recent of which was unfinished but now features in his 2016 exhibit at the Photographers’ Gallery […]

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Dayanita Singh : Museum Bhavan

Dayanita Singh and her 2016 project called Museum Bhavan Indian artist Dayanita Singh discusses her new project, Museum Bhavan, to be published in late 2016. The photo book, itself the art object and exhibition, is the latest in her work to reiterate the alternative ways people can interact with photography, as well as a continuation […]

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In Conversation with Sebastião Salgado

Sebastião Salgado talks to Canon about his career and favourite projects Brazillian Sebastião Salgado is one of the world’s most respected social documentary photographers and photojournalists. His black-and-white photographs largely hone in on the people at the bottom of the economic pile in an increasingly globalised world, with projects spanning over 100 countries. Despite the […]

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Nick I.D. Masters : Character Portraits

  Role play can be a way to access parts of the personality that might normally be hidden from others and in a way it becomes a portrait, but one that is more generally human rather than completely personal to the sitter Nick I.D. Masters has been a photographer 13 years, freelancing for 7, and […]

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Interview: Portrait Photographer John Keatley

DPReview Editor Barney Britton talks to professional portrait photographer John Keatley at the PhotoPlus Expo 2015 The annual PhotoPlus Expo brought together some of the top professionals in the photography industry. John Keatley is one such expert and here talks about his work, his inspiration, and his knowledge about his specialty. Seattle-based John Keatley is […]

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Cuba Then And Now – Ernesto Bazan

Black and white street photography of Ernesto Bazan on display in New York Italian photographer Ernesto Bazan moved to Cuba in 1992. His black-and-white street photography from this period is exhibited at the Sous Les Etoiles Gallery New York, New York, until August 8, 2015. It forms part of the exhibition Cuba, Then & Now […]

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A conversation with Mark Steinmetz

Photographer Mark Steinmetz talks about his beginnings, influences and methods. One of the photographer’s early influences was Garry Winogrand, about whom he has written reminiscently. Footage of Winogrand working is also featured in the video. Among Steinmetz’s past interviews is an interesting conversation with Blake Andrews in 2012. On the question (amongst numerous others) of […]

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President Obama’s Photographer Pete Souza

Interview with President Obama’s Photographer by The Photo Brigade Recorded at The White House, Robert Caplin chats with Pete Souza, Chief Official White House photographer for President Barack Obama and the director of the White House Photography Office. Pete Souza has been witness to some of the most historical moments of the Obama as well […]

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David Douglas Duncan : My 20th Century

David Douglas Duncan : My 20th Century is a new photo book published in 2015 by Arcade Publishing. David Douglas Duncan, “perhaps the best war photographer since Matthew Brady” according to LIFE, is celebrated in a new book: My 20th Century. [See the recent Time article]. The video shows Duncan interviewed at his home by […]

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Vogue Masters Photographer Interviews

24 Vogue Masters Photographer Interviews playlist Vogue Italia curated a YouTube playlist of interviews with 24 of their favourite past photographers, and you can watch all of them right here at Photography World News. Most of the videos in the playlist are in English. The following is a list of all 24 photographers featured. Click […]

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