Photography

Celebrating all things photographic

The Wait by Samuel Napper

Photo series The Wait by Samuel Napper celebrates the people whose responsibility it is to wait. Shot entirely in Cape Town, this series receives a Best in Book award in CR’s Photography Annual 2018

Zeitgeist: Katie BretDay

Katie BretDay is one of the winners of the Zeitgeist awards in CR’s Photography Annual 2018. The awards recognises rising stars of the photography world; artists who have captured the mood and our imaginations this past year

Zeitgeist: Eva O’Leary

Eva O’Leary is one of the winners of the Zeitgeist awards in CR’s Photography Annual 2018. The awards recognises rising stars of the photography world; artists who have captured the mood and our imaginations this past year

Zeitgeist: Tyler Mitchell

Photographer Tyler Mitchell is one of the winners of the Zeitgeist award in The Photography Annual 2018. The award recognises rising stars of the photography world; artists who have captured the mood and our imaginations this past year

Alexander Coggin: I Also Went to the Royal Wedding

Alexander Coggin gave us an alternative view of the royal wedding, one from the perspective of the fans, and those who saw the event as an opportunity for a picnic in the sun. This series titled I Also Went to the Royal Wedding is selected as Best in Book in The Photography Annual 2018

Zeitgeist: Sophie Green

Photographer Sophie Green is one of the winners of the Zeitgeist award in The Photography Annual 2018. The award recognises rising stars of the photography world; artists who have captured the mood and our imaginations this past year

Casper Sejersen for Beauty Papers

Hair like you would have never seen it before; this collaboration between photographer Casper Sejersen and hairdresser Gary Gill for Beauty Papers magazine. It receives a Best in Book award in CR’s Photography Annual 2018

How I use colour: Alexander Coggin

We speak to photographer Alexander Coggin about his distinct way of using colour, of his search for delightful combinations of shades and the role that coincidence plays in his work

How We Work: Raw Color

As the name suggests, colour is a central focus for Dutch studio Raw Color. CR spoke with founder Christoph Brach to find out how experimenting with vegetable pigments kickstarted a career that spans design, photography and art direction