Brandon Scales, US-photojournalist: "Photography is a medium that allows me to act as quickly as my mind works. It helps me refrain from restlessness."
Observation Is The Key
Indian photographer Satyaki Basu observes people and respects them. He doesn't violate anyone's privacy without their permission.
Documentary photographer Glorianna Ximendaz says she can't change the world with her photos, but she can change realities.
November Is A Beginning
Finnish photographer Esa Ylijaasko set out to visually explore the situation of thousands of Syrian exiles housing in Istanbul on their flight from the war at home.
The Dark Side Of The World Cup In Brazil
The World Cup in Brazil mixed passion with social protest. This is a look at the other side of the biggest event in football.
“Showing People What You See”
Interview with award-winning documentary photographer Luke Duggleby about his passion for exploring the world through his viewfinder.
David Pace about 'Gold Mining': “I am fascinated by the men who risk their lives by descending into the earth in these narrow shafts."
Photography From The Guts
In his work Ara Oshagan mixes photography with fiction. It's all about identity, memory and a certain obsession with the margins of society.
Sneak peek: Italian documentary photographer Giorgio Taraschi talks about his project about the lives of young transgender in Indonesia.
Photojournalist Bartek Langer about covering humanitarian crisis like the fate of Syrian refugees in Northern Iraq.
A Mirror Of Diversity
Photojournalist Rob Stothard and his in-depth visual exploration of cricket as a mirror of current national identity in England.
Stories Out Of The Headlines
Award-winning documentary photographer Ami Vitale about the importance of covering stories out of the headlines.
Let It Bleed
Documentary photographer Ian Flanders talking about his heart moving series on human trafficking and sex slavery.