Step inside a darkroom with us to see how film is developed. NYT Lens Blog Co-Editor James Estrin and Roy Baizan, a staff member for the ICP - International Center of Photography, are showing us how to develop film, and how to make a print. Ask your questions in the comments, and NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy will ask some.
“My intention is that at first sight people may see colorful portraits of simple clowns” that generate some doubts or strangeness, Lujan Augsti said. "There will be those who only see that, and others that may decide to go a little further and see what is hidden behind those characters in these images. I think that represents my own experience in Mexico, a very colorful and cheerful country... View details ⇨
“I see a lot of difficult pictures of Casablanca, photos that show only danger or poor people asking for money. I want to find a different way of telling stories about my city.” — Yoriyas Yassine Alaoui Ismaili
On April 8, Emily Berl photographed a Selena Fan Gathering near her home in LA. “That kind of dedication is really interesting to me,” she said. “People working one way or another toward a common idea.”
"Looking back at my whole body of work for the exhibit I confess I was a little bit taken aback by my own work. I never thought of it as rough as it really is. I’ve lived this life, met these people — and a lot of people I’ve photographed I’m still in touch with."
Eugene Richards looks back on nearly 50 years in photography.