Photography Stories

Stephen Shore's personal tribute to Andy Warhol

On Stephen Shore's birthday, we look back at his formative relationship with the pop art master Stephen Shore's personal tribute to Andy Warhol

How Annie Leibovitz let Patti Smith become herself

In Annie Leibovitz At Work, the photographer looks back at two key portraits of one remarkable singer How Annie Leibovitz let Patti Smith become herself

How Annie Leibovitz got Keith Haring to go black and white

In Annie Leibovitz at Work the photographer reveals the fascinating story behind her photo of the great artist How Annie Leibovitz got Keith Haring to go black and white

How does Annie Leibovitz do it?

On the photographer’s birthday, read the stories behind the images in her new book Annie Leibovitz At Work How does Annie Leibovitz do it?

How Steve McCurry captured the lives of coffee growers

On International Coffee Day take another look at the photos in From These Hands: A Journey Along The Coffee Trail How Steve McCurry captured the lives of coffee growers

'I have a duty to preserve it' - Why Tillmans still shoots nightlife

Wolfgang celebrates his 50th today and wants you to see what it was like back in the day - and what it's like now 'I have a duty to preserve it' - Why Tillmans still shoots nightlife

When Steve McCurry shot the Indian monsoon

A near fatal fall onto rocks, leeches crawling up his back and a wade through water with dead animals all around. On Indian Independence Day Steve McCurry recalls the 'masochism' of his first monsoon trip to India When Steve McCurry shot the Indian monsoon

Erik Kessels swaps 35,000 snaps for a few brass band LPs

The photo editor returns to the Festival Images Vevey biennial with a show focussing on collective creativity Erik Kessels swaps 35,000 snaps for a few brass band LPs

Check out Lauren Greenfield in the New York Times!

Our Generation Wealth photographer is the subject of an insightful profile, tying in with the release of her new film Check out Lauren Greenfield in the New York Times!

Wolfgang Tillmans just shot Neneh Cherry

The fine-art photographer created the cover for Neneh Cherry's hard-hitting new migrant crisis single, Kong Wolfgang Tillmans just shot Neneh Cherry

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