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Lens Culture

Updated: Sep 17, 2020

A great way to connect to the thought process of some of the leading photographers.

Lens Culture was founded in 2004 by Jim Casper and is a photography network and online magazine about contemporary photography in art, media, politics, commerce and popular cultures worldwide. It is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Our mission is simple: to discover the best of contemporary photography and share it with the largest audience possible.

It is a great way to connect directly to the thought process of leading photographers and includes a range of interviews, both written and videoed, as well as reviews of the latest photography books, to give you more inspiration.

LensCulture sponsors international photography awards and grants several times per year, as well as traveling exhibitions of photography. It published its first publication, The Best of LensCulture, Volume 1, in 2017.


The website is a great resource, with free written guides to both the creative process, in areas such as portraitures and street photography; as well as how to manage your career and raise your profile so you can make a living from your craft.

The also offer $15 affordable submission eviews of your work, when you submit your work for the Lens Culture Photography Competition. This can help you think through how to organize and present your work.

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