For decades, Richard Sandler has walked the streets of New York creating images that get to the heart of the city. Oliver Atwell looks at his work
Penny Halsall has been crowned this year’s Amateur Photographer of the Year
As well as being a busy vicar at Northop Hall, Reverend Dr Richard Hainsworth finds time to be an award-winning photographer. He talks to Oliver Atwell about his work
In this republished work by Susan Meiselas, a country in a state of transition comes under her sharp scrutiny. Oliver Atwell takes a look
Magnum photographer Alex Webb presents a body of work taken in and around Mexico. Oliver Atwell finds images that deal in the blurred lines of genre
In this beautiful visual record, Hamid Sardar explores the customs and manners of Mongolia’s last nomadic tribes. Oliver Atwell goes on an astonishingly rich visual journey
A volume on Edward Burtynsky’s work depicts the globalised economy and its impact on nature. Oliver Atwell looks at some grand-scale images
In this republished classic volume, Chris Steele-Perkins looks at the youth subculture movement of the Teddy Boys. Oliver Atwell gets ready for a riot
What happens when the world loses interest in Afghanistan? Paula Bronstein's new book is a poignant exploration of a country that lies in the grey area between hope and fear
The winner of the 2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards is George Stoyle. He talks to Oliver Atwell about his image
A new book titled Remembering Elephants highlights the serious consequences of elephant poaching in Africa. The book’s editor, Keith Wilson, tells Oliver Atwell a very worrying story
Michael Kenna’s Rouge is a haunting study of large- scale industry fighting to stay alive in the face of economic decay. Oliver Atwell takes a look
Paddy Summerfield’s images of Oxford students are a nostalgic look at days gone by. Yet beneath them lies an uneasy melancholy, as Oliver Atwell finds out
William Eggleston was able to magnify the mundane and make it quite extraordinary. In this book, Oliver Atwell finds the beauty in the everyday world
The mid-20th century was a time of fierce transition in US history. The spectre of the Second World War was receding into the annals of memory (at least in that…
How did you come upon this incredible scene? I had decided to explore parts of the Canadian Rockies I’d never visited before, travelling alone and sleeping in my car while…
A new volume collects the images of Cindy Sherman and reveals a photographer fascinated by simulation and the cinematic impulse. Oliver Atwell takes a look inside.
A collaboration between a photographer and her muse led to a thorough reimagining of the history of photography. Oliver Atwell reviews the results.
It’s been 16 years since Sebastião Salgado published his epic document of the world. Oliver Atwell tours the world in search of the meaning of life.
Photographer Phil Sharp explains how shallow depth of field can add an extra dimension to your portrait photography. He talks to Oliver Atwell