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Happier Days in Kiev, Camera-less Flowers, Fashion, Latest Entries from Portrait Awards...

Happier Days in Kiev, Camera-less Flowers, Fashion, Latest Entries from Portrait Awards...

Here are the top photo features and essays that are trending in LensCulture right now, coming from all over the world and across every genre of photography. Enjoy!
A gardener/artist celebrates the beauty of flowers with a luscious camera-less, film-less image technique that makes each multiple still life seem truly alive. By Kim Kauffman
By the year 2030, Singapore hopes to increase its population to 6.9 million. What is being gained (and  lost) in this country's dizzying growth? By Amrita Chandradas

Invisible Ink
Imagined spaces within space, geometry, an animated expanse that is apparently empty — but seen by the photographer, and now, by you. By Santiago Vanegas

Women of the KIA
Women in north Myanmar have few opportunities outside of serving in the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), the last remaining major rebel group that has not signed a ceasefire agreement with the government. They join the army at age 16 — by choice or by force. By Adriane Ohanesian

Happier Days in Kiev at Hidropark
This Soviet-era entertainment complex was created right in the middle of Kiev on two islands in the river — in peaceful times, it is still a popular spot for water sports and fun in the sun.
By Freya Najade

The Mouth of Krishna
In any part of the universe there is a whole universe – Hamlet saw infinite space in a nutshell; William Blake saw a world in a grain of sand, a heaven in a wild flower, and eternity in an hour. These photos shimmer with beauty.
By Albarrán Cabrera
Fashion Photography: Seduction, Joy & Jolt
A survey of the popular fashion photographer's work from the mid 1980s to the present — a "collection of love letters to women".
By Peter Lindbergh

Call for Entries
PA14Every day we highlight selected entries on our site and social media—so enter early to have an opportunity for more exposure. 

Here are a few of the latest entries. View more entries »
LensCulture Portrait Awards
Photos from Top Left Row: Melanie Thortis, Sara Janini, Minny Lee, Dennis Church, George Meijers, Anahit Hayrapetyan, Kevin Barton, Jennifer Loeber, Abbey Meaker, Irena Siwiak Atamewan, Sean Hawkey, Vladlena Polina Sevelova, Elsbeth Pilz, Neeltje

Our competitions are the best way for us to discover new and compelling work to publish to our audience of over 200,000 influential enthusiasts in the global photography marketplace including editors, curators, gallery owners, collectors, publishers, and festival directors. 

• Every photo is reviewed by EVERY judge, so your work will be seen by our jury.
• 100 photographers with highly-rated photos win a LensCulture Portfolio account.

• Selected entries are featured daily on our site and social media.

Deadline: March 23, 2014
Other Photo Events You Should Know About

Every week, LensCulture highlights photography-related events around the world that stand out from the crowd. This week:
Keith JohnsonCelestial Navigation: Keith Johnson 
A suite of gridded images about the night sky. Photographer Keith Johnson's interest turned towards what happens when a photograph of ordinary, regular, every day stuff takes on a different meaning and transforms into something else.

At the Garner Center in Boston from Feb 24 through April 4
PhotoAllianceRayko's 7th Annual International
Juried Plastic Camera Show

You'll be amazed and inspired when you see this year's winning images.  © Tara Ratliff

At the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco from
March 5 to April 29, 2014
Galerie 127Entre-Je: Stories of the Female Body
This exhibition explores and problematizes the photographic body, as seen through the eyes and lenses of seven female Moroccan artists. © Safaa Mazirh

Showing at Galerie 127 in Marrakech, Morroco from February 25 until March 29, 2014


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