Non-Fictional Visual Storytelling
Visual storytelling is an essential part of news media. But how did it all start and what is photojournalism?
John Berger: Ways Of Seeing
Photography has changed our ways of seeing the world. John Berger is a reference when it comes to analyzing visual images.
Shooting Through A Pinhole
Pinhole photography is a great way to learn about the nature of photography. At the same time it helps to take pictures more consciously.
Experiments With A Pinhole Camera
Building a pinhole camera is easy and at the same time highly educating. It teaches you a lot about the nature of photography. An experiment.
Train Your Gaze With Henri Cartier-Bresson
Henri Cartier-Bresson is a legend in photography. The French photographer coined the concept of the "decisive moment".
Photographic Composition Techniques
You can greatly improve your images by following a few basic photographic composition techniques like correct framing, lines or rule of thirds.
Blow Up: “We See, What We Want To See”
"Blow Up" is a crime story without a crime; a puzzle about the nature of photography.
Humberto Rivas: Evoking the Past
There is a quality in the images of Humberto Rivas which leave the observer with an idea of a story, that unfolds beyond the frame.
Humberto Rivas: Photographer Of Silence
Humberto Rivas' photography may seem trivial, but a closer at his iamges shows that they are well thought compositions of seemingly random scenes.
Diego Sandstede: Filling The Void…
Talking about his creative process, Argentine photographer Diego Sandstede shows that a project doesn't always start with a previous idea in mind.
Nan Goldin: Intimate Snapshots
Nan Goldin confronts the spectator with the harsh reality of New York subculture: Sex, drugs and AIDS - but also great intimacy.
William Eggleston: Taking Pictures Of The Banal
William Eggleston has shown that the photographer is more important than the subject. His work means a turning point in photography.
Nicolás Trombetta: Man, Lost in Nature
Nicolás Trombetta is a contemporary Argentine photographer. The main concept and theme that struture his work are the sea, the beach and water.
Adriana Lestido: Photographs Of The Invisible
Argentine photographer Adriana Lestido talks with Juan Travnik. In that interview she reveals her vision of photography and the way she works.