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An Exclusive Interview With Christophe Meireis

After several years of self-taught practice, Christophe Meireis took photo training, after which he launched himself as a freelance photographer.

9 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

A Personal Message To The World

My name is Ehsan Moradi, I am 33 years old, and I have lived all my life in the ancient city of Firoozabad in Iran's Fars province. I have been a professional photographer for a year.

2 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

Animal Kingdom Storytelling

Kanha National Park & Tiger Reserve – Kaziranga | The Land Of Big Five

2 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

The Face of Sri Lanka

The nation of Sri Lanka is a teardrop-shaped island off the coast of India, known for a myriad of wonders that combine to make it a lush paradise.

9 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

SEX PLORATION HOTEL

It's past midnight, and we are in yet another hotel room in a city with no name. One can hear the night traffic on the avenue below, the CNN news on a screamingTV in the next room, competing with the broken air condition from an era gone by, breathing like a lung sick patient getting his last rights.

4 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

Creating with a multi-colored gum method

The multi-colored gum method is complicated, long-lasting, and laborious. Moreover, due to unpredictable final effects, it is a kind of mystery that you must discover step by step.

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

Exploring and experiencing the moment

I try not to be enslaved to anything. Also, although it may sound paradoxical, as in my paintings, I try to avoid focusing on the obvious and cheap effects, the seductiveness of the obvious.

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

#FAKE DON'T ACCEPT PRETTY

Pretty photos of flowers from my garden or recycled gift-wrapping carefully arranged on my office scanner? Look again. One scene, two narratives. A constructed reality. A small act of deceit.

1 min read
Lens Magazine
May 2022

THE FORM OF LIGHT - SASHA SOBOL

Nudity can be many things. For me, it is vulnerability, strength, gracefulness, and freedom. Most of all, it is human.

1 min read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

THE OTHER SIDE OF SAN DIEGO MIGUEL 'CHROMATIC' VALENCIA

"THIS PROJECT WAS PHOTOGRAPHED TO PRESERVE THE CULTURE AND COMMUNITY. IT COULD ONLY BE CREATED WITH FULL COLLABORATION WITH THESE PEOPLE, AND I THANK THEM FOR TRUSTING ME. THE PROJECT WAS CREATED WITH THE JOINED MISSION OF NOT LETTING THE COMMUNITY BE FORGOTTEN AND PRESENTING THESE NEIGHBORHOODS' REAL, AUTHENTIC LIVES." - MIGUEL 'CHROMATIC' VALENCIA

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

The Memory Floor - GEOFFREY ANSEL AGRONS

After over four years in the San Francisco Bay area, I returned to the east coast in 2015 to assist in the care of my aging parents. Unfortunately, their physical and cognitive decline proceeded to advance inexorably. Separately, each spent the end of their lives in facilities dedicated to caring for residents with dementia, most commonly the Alzheimer's type. They received excellent support from a dedicated and compassionate staff, and each, in turn, entered hospice until their death.

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

THE DISAPPEARING SOUL: SELF PORTRAITS IN THE TIME OF COVID

I was fifty years old when I first exhibited a self-portrait. The image was part of a black and white portrait series of breast cancer survivors inspired by my own battle with the disease and the resulting mastectomy.

4 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

MOTHER The Wind Is Blowing

Mother is a documentary that chronicles the final six years of my mother's life, her struggle with hoarding, and my grieving process. " - Leon Syfrit

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

GHAZAL ABBASI: DANCE OF SORROW

I'm an enthusiastic fine art and conceptual photographer. All images were taken in Shiraz, Iran.

5 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

BARBARA PEACOCK: AMERICAN BEDROOM Reflections on the Nature of Life

Cai and Claire - Ages 28 & 29. Bliss, Idaho 'Dismantle and rebuild (the urge to destroy is a creative urge, a natural reset) build a home in you, a home in me. Together home is always growing, always being redefined-dismantled, and rebuilt. We see each other; we make space for each other. And here, we are always safe inside.'

4 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

NILANGANA BANERJEE: 2 series The 'Selves' | The Lullaby

The series Selves aims to artistically represent the psychological conflicts we face when we weigh ourselves based on socially determined of what is ideal and where we stand with the distorted and one-size that fits all defined.

6 mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

An Exclusive Interview With Jennifer Carlos

2SERIES: DAUGHTERS OF GOD, REFUGEES CAMP IN THE PARIS AREA

10+ mins read
Lens Magazine
April 2022

DONNA BASSIN MY OWN WITNESS: RUPTURE AND REPAIR

"We can't control what events happen to us, but we can control how we choose to meet them. More than twenty years ago, I was diagnosed with Scleroderma, a rare autoimmune disease, and given five years to live. Instead of letting the darkness of that diagnosis and its possible outcome rule me, I chose to focus on the present moment.

7 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

Femmes des Fleurs

Bella von Einsiedel 2Series

2 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

JULIE-ANNE DAVIES: Fascinated with Cultural traditions

My approach as a travel photographer is to move slowly, fuelled by an honest and deep inquisitiveness in the lives of those around me.

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

ALJOHARA JEJE

This series represents a silent story told, a statement, a performance. To lessen misunderstandings in this sensitive subject, let's invoke the book of words, for, beyond words' immediate denotations, they have connotative powers.

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

PARALYMPIC & WOMEN The Power Of PERSEVERANCE

The word "POWER" can be used figurately or literally when applied to people. In the case of Paralympians, both are appropriate.

6 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

FREE, BUT IMPURE Pakistan: The Kalash women

Sandra Ballesteros & Miguel Celis

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

Women's Rights In AFGHANISTAN

Women in Afghanistan are not being seen as they should be! During the previous governments period, many women were considered solely based on sexuality or political issues.

4 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

Ukrainian Beauty: TRADITIONAL FOLK PORTRAITS

Tetyana Erhart believes that photography is a way to preserve a person's energy and express emotions at a particular moment.

2 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

UNBEATABLE KAYEE C

"Unbeatable" not only reminds us of the often underestimated feminine power that lies within us but also the power of a sense of humor and playfulness that helps us push through difficult moments. - Kayee C

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN SYRIA

"It is not easy to cover the refugees' lives, especially if they are Syrians like me; I'm lucky not to lose my home or one of my family members. Women in our Arab country, Syria, have endured a lot of pressure.

2 mins read
Lens Magazine
March 2022

Portrait of a Responder: Eric Kaltenmark

"I am an emergency services photographer working to document full-time and volunteer emergency responders in action, during training, and behind-the-scenes."

4 mins read
Lens Magazine
February 2022

FOAMIES, FLARES, AND MORE... JASON FENMORE

At the south end of the peninsula, a wave located in Newport Beach, CA, is one of Southern California's most sought-after waves.

5 mins read
Lens Magazine
February 2022

THE AMERICAN NEON NIGHT

Thomas Dellert, also known as 'Thomas Dellacroix' and 'Tommy Dollar', a given name by the American Pop artist Andy Warhol in New York in 1980, when Thomas did some hand-printed silkscreens for Warhol.

3 mins read
Lens Magazine
February 2022

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