Category Archives: Photography

Jacques Henri Lartigue, the Ultimate Peter Pan of Photography: Interview with Michael Hoppen

Renée, Cannes, Juillet, 1932. Photograph by Jacques Henri Lartigue © Ministère de la Culture – France / A.A.J.H.L.   Deceptively simple, stripped of any artifice, capturing the fleeting moment and holding it forever. Through the eye and in the hands … Read More

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The Culture Trip: May Newsletter

Photograph: Classiq Journal   A regular round-up of the latest talks, films, music, books, interviews and cultural news.   A few days ago, the co-founders of Wunder Workshop, Tom Smale and Zoë Lind van’t Hof, one of the most inspiring … Read More

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On and Off Set with Unit Still Photographer Merie Weismiller Wallace

In our interview, unit still photographer Merie Weismiller Wallace talks about the uniqueness of her job, about what’s it like working with Clint Eastwood, Terrence Malick and Alexander Payne, and about the importance of sometimes putting the camera down and participating to life instead of watching it. Read More

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Photography Is a Feeling: An Interview with Richard Gaston

The Highlands of Scotland | Photograph by Richard Gaston   There is a quiet beauty in Richard Gaston’s photographs. They are like a quiet place in themselves. Relieved of any unnecessary detail. What remains is the emotion of the adventure, … Read More

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Interview with Photographer Amélie Laurin

In my interview with photographer Amélie Laurin, we have talked about Roland Garros, Rafael Nadal, about taking, not making, a photograph, and about her hitch-hiking through the Americas. Read More

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