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In this issue

In this fabulous BIG B&W Issue 2022, we had the pleasure of featuring some of the world's most influential photographers from around the globe. This issue is dedicated to the memory of a legendary, remarkable photojournalist, Steve Schapiro, who captured some of the most important historical events of the '60s and '70s. He contributed to the world with his high proficient skills and knowledge until the very last day of his life; Schapiro died peacefully on January 15.
Some of our favorite articles include the magnificent project "Portraits of Vietnam" by Mark Edward Harris; Lois Greenfield is 'Presenting The Impossible' in her fascinating project 'MOVING STILL.' Jose Jeuland is exhibiting his famous project from South Korea, Female divers in Jeju Island, and the award-winning international photographer Alex Sher is presenting 'The Power of Underwater Photography.'
Moreover, you will find outstanding photographers from around the globe, capturing B&W in all genres and aspects. Enjoy!

Featured Photographers:
Steve Schapiro, Mark Edward Harris, Lois Greenfield, Jose Jeuland, Alex Sher, Gino Ricardo, Florin Ion Firimita, Holger Hoffmann, Ingeborg Everaerd, Joseph W Smith, Oscar Wollsten, Reza Mohammadi, Eric Davidove, Doug Caplan.

In Memory of Legendary Photojournalist Steve Schapiro

It is a great honor to publish an article dedicated to the legendary, prolific photographer Steve Schapiro, who died peacefully this last January 15, 2022.

In Memory of Legendary Photojournalist Steve Schapiro

10+ mins

Portraits of Vietnam

Thirty years ago in Vietnam, I began what would become my first photo essay, where I told a cohesive story through a series of images. Up until then, I had done stills on TV shows and movies and various editorial, advertising, and PR shoots.

Portraits of Vietnam

5 mins

Presenting The Impossible Moving Still

The ostensible subject of my photographs may be motion, but the subtext is time. A dancer's movements illustrate the passage of time, giving it substance, materiality, and space."

Presenting The Impossible Moving Still

4 mins

Female Divers in Jeju Island | South Korea

After donning her wet suit, flippers, and goggles, the female diver exits the boat and dives into the frigid waters offthe coast of Jeju Island in South Korea.

Female Divers in Jeju Island | South Korea

4 mins

Gino Ricardo – Exploring Architectural Photography

Gino Ricardo is a motion designer and self-taught architecture and street photographer from the land of clogs, cheese, tulips, and windmills, also known as the Netherlands.

Gino Ricardo – Exploring Architectural Photography

3 mins

A Poetic Way to Deepen the Mystery

In a world where images have become a type of pollution, I am interested in creating a unique kind of reality removed from the social and political unrest that is currently defining our daily existence.

A Poetic Way to Deepen the Mystery

2 mins

Holger Hoffmann - On the Move With Arab Nomads in Chad

The Nomadic Arab Tribes

Holger Hoffmann - On the Move With Arab Nomads in Chad

7 mins

A Dancer Needs to Dance

"Years and years of training, rehearsing, and performing six days a week suddenly got replaced by nothing. Dancers were forced to train at home to keep in shape via online lessons. Living in a tiny apartment in Amsterdam, missing her boyfriend, and not being able to perform for a large audience. What does that do to your body and mind?"

A Dancer Needs to Dance

2 mins

A Sense of Place

"Like most photographers, I have always loved how monochrome can express mood, and I tend to render my images with deep shadows while attempting to find that one piece of contrast to offset the shadows. I prefer the smaller scenes, the intimate landscapes where what they lack in grandeur they make up for in detail and quiet contemplation. I see my images not begging for attention nor seeking ovations, as those who can appreciate them will eventually find them."

A Sense of Place

2 mins

ERIC DAVIDOVE IN SEARCH OF EXCITEMENT

I am triggered by lighting conditions, the presence of intriguing shapes and forms, vibrant colors, and interesting-looking people.

ERIC DAVIDOVE IN SEARCH OF EXCITEMENT

2 mins

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Lens Magazine Description:

PublisherArt Market

CategoryPhotography

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The International Magazine for Contemporary Fine Art Photography.

Lens Magazine is a monthly publication that exhibits the best and brightest photography works. Lens Magazine follows the same the foundations laid upon by its predecessor, aiming to unearth and showcase both leading artists and emerging talents alike.
Lens Magazine takes a single concept each month. It allows its contributors to delve into any ideas and emotions evoked from this theme, leading to a rich and varied selection of photographs and stories behind them.
During the last five years, we had the privilege to feature Exclusive interviews with some of the most known photographers in the world, including Joel Meyerowitz, Steve Schapiro, Lindsay Adler, Sandro Miller,
Magnum Photographer- Jacob Aue Sobol, Jimmy Nelson, Martin Parr - President of Magnum International Photos (2017), Ami Vitale, Cristina Mittermeier, and many more.
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