“I’m photographing a diary of a youth culture that drifts across themes of sex, finance and fashion,” 2016 Elle Style Reporter Themba Mbuyisa breaks his work down for us.
Tag: Photography Month 2017
Ihsaan Haffejee, Tshepiso Mabula and three other local photographers share their work and tell us why these photographs remain meaningful to them.
Creative Kasey-Leigh Davis’s black and white photos focus on the effects of space on inhabitants of the cities of Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.
In case you missed the Instagram takeover of talented architectural photographer Mpho Mokgadi, see the collection of images here, taken in Spain, Italy and South Africa.
From creating moodboards to the importance of finding the right team, Joburg-based photographer Tarryn Hatchett shares six career tips.
From award-winning photographer Émilie Régnier to Vuyo Mpantsha of South African creative collective I See a Different You, six photographers from across the globe share their self-portraits with 10and5.
Iconic artist-activist and author Sue Williamson writes about two personal portraits documenting the same subject, 27 years apart.
From selecting the right lens to figuring out lighting, photographer and winner of 2013 Elle Style Reporter Award Niquita Bento gives us fashion photography tips.
Nigerian image-maker Amarachi Nwosu communicates crisp fashion stories and documentary style photographs. The sought-after creative chats to us.
For the next instalment of the Iconic Still series, writer and editor Phetha Motumi speaks to the legendary Andrew Tshabangu on using black and white photography to tell the visual history of Johannesburg.
Creative collective comprising of married couple, Seemaa Allie and Taariq September write about their best loved photographs.
Opening up candidly about the stereotypical gaze of coloured people as well as her neighbourhood, Jodi Windvogel is changing the narrative through photographs.
With a play on colours and a clash of prints, we snapped up some of the best moments at the South African Menswear Week in Cape Town. Here’s part 2.
With a play on colours and a clash of prints, we snapped up some of the best moments at the South African Menswear Week in Cape Town. Here’s part 1.
For the first instalment of Iconic Still, Cedric Nunn shares how his photography can be used to uncover parts of ourselves in the quest for societal change.