In an interview with IMAGO, Kabir Jhangiani shares his experiences, initial steps into professional photojournalism, his challenges in the industry as a young freelancer and aims for the future.
Tag: Portrait Photography
Ukrainians in the UK who have fled their homes have to start from scratch – Joann Randles’ stoic portraits reimagine the Ukrainian narrative, revealing a tender yet powerful portrayal of her subject Olha.
“Photography means everything to me. Capturing the moment, creating an emotional feeling. That's what I love about it.” Introducing our latest creative photographer, Hejritter as part of our NINETYseven Collection.
British photographer Martin Salter is preserving his memories and a nation’s past through quirky, personal and beautifully compositional photographs. Stating that it is about “getting that balance between loose and impactful” he tells us why poignance is found in photographing real people in candid places; distilling daily life, people and culture.
Football fans will have waited 364 days for Euro 2020 to kick off on June 11. Andy Murray wonders why international tournaments offer something different after a domestic season to forget.
Long distance runner and New York-based photographer, Paulsta talks to us about his craft and why photographing athletes allows for unique representations established in the sense of realness photography provides.
Driven by the notion of identity and connection, new IMAGO partner, Leonhard Simon’s photographs create impact, empower personalities and capture enigmatic environments.
Enacting change through his new film photography, Christopher Lanaway aims to encourage conversation around mental health, spark inspiration and photograph pro athletes in a different light...