The Last Picture Show Juror Feature: Leora Kahn

What would you like photographers to take into account when putting together a project?  1. If they are going to do this to make a change – is it? Is photography really the way to do it? 2. Who are … Continued

The Last Picture Show Juror Feature: Will Luckman

What are you passionate about in what you do? I am interested in helping people build connections and arrive at new peaks of understanding and expression through the power of images and visual culture. I am passionate about photography books … Continued

The Last Picture Show Juror Feature: Yuko Uchikawa

What do you look for in a photographer? Where they’ve traveled—visually, spiritually, and psychologically. What do you look for in a single image? Something unexpected and surprising. Also, a strong sense of who they are as photographers, and their perspective. … Continued

The Last Picture Show Juror Feature: Meg Handler

What would you like What do you look for in a single image? That the image be well executed, well composed, and possess engaging subject matter. What do you look for in a long term project? That the idea is … Continued

Announcing the Winners of PhotoWorld 2014!

Single Image Category Winners Documentary: Julia Gunther Fine Art: Gokhan Mutlu Student Documentary: Jian Gao Student Fine Art: Kevin J Mellis GIF: Samantha Isom Student GIF: Tilen Sepic Hyperlapse: Erica Simone Student Hyperlapse: Yuge Zhou Series Category Winners Documentary: Nancy Borowick Fine Art: Maroesjka Lavigne Photographic Book: Ying Ang … Continued

PhotoWorld 2014 Finalists!

Congratulations to the PhotoWorld 2014 Finalists! Documentary A.M. Ahad Guillermo Barquero Romain Blanquart Nancy Borowick Linda Boumane Engelberth Philipp Engelhorn Glenna Gordon Julia Gunther Sungsoo Lee Marina Pallocca Stan Raucher Erica Simone Edwin Tse   Fine Art Leila Alaoui Matthew … Continued

Juror Feature: Jim Casper

What do you look for in a long term project? I expect a long-term project to convey a nuanced, multifaceted view of an idea or situation or person — whatever the topic is. The benefit of working on a single subject … Continued