If there's anything known about Steve Jobs and how he feels about photography, is that he hates photographers. So, how did this one iconic portrait of the innovator came to be?
Scottish photographer Albert Watson was the man behind it, and the image has been used as Jobs' biography by Walter Isaacson. The first thing Watson learned from Steve was he that the man hated photographers just before the shoot began. To appease to the mogul, Watson shortened the length of the shoot as if a mere passport photo session, spanning in just 20 minutes. Watson told Jobs to imagine that he is facing 4 to 5 people who don't agree with him, but know that he is right.
Whether documentary or portraiture, American photographer *Steve Schapiro* knows the best of both worlds. First gaining the reputation as a photojournalist, and capturing the key moments of the African-American Civil Rights movement, he is also known as the photographer of the most iconic people.
In a conversation about Ansel Adams' genius, one would often find wondering if he actually struggled like a normal artist, or if he was just naturally talented and skilled. The latter is popular among his fans, but clearly, there's more to this photographer's story.
Pedro Meyer, one of the most significant icons in contemporary photography, takes a seat as he talks about hiss own musings and inklings on art and photography and how the Mexican culture consumes the medium.
Daniel Alea is a Spain based photographer who sees photography as a way of expressing and getting to know himself. Apart from being a great editorial and portrait photographer, he is one of the founders of the magazine Unusual Journey. Meet our new TEN AND ONE AWARDS judge!
Photographer vlogger Tavis Leaf Glover explores the famous photography of the most popular and iconic street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson as he breaks down principles that can be found in the master's photography.
Join Lomography's exclusive interview with the witty German portrait photographer Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert on how he breaks the stereotypes of portrait photography in the context of gender norms and traditional masculinity.
The great thing about being a photographer is that there's always a way to emulate styles and elements. if you're just as resourceful as the guys from the Cooperative of Photography, you'll find this video tipster helpful, applicable to all sorts of photography.
Recognized as one of the most eminent British photographers part of the "Thatcher Years", Brian Griffin was known for his music photography that iconized in pop music history. Visuals from album covers, single sleeves, posters and such
I was fortunate enough to be chosen as one of the winners in the Monochrome category of the ﬁrst ever Lomography TEN AND ONE photography competition. After a Residency Week in Vienna I came to the following conclusions about the essence of photography.
LomoAmigo Kevin Wilson is known for his super sharp live music photography, so we asked him to give our new Neptune Convertible Art Lens System a test and let us know how it met his expectations. Here he shares his first impressions and photographs he's taken exploring his home of New York City.