The results of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2018 have been announced. This is the fourth edition of this annual competition that rewards the best photographers in different categories and has chosen this year to exhibit a forty of them on the web and in physics in Arles.
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The Japanese giant Canon announced on May 30 that it was stopping the sale of its EOS-1V, the latest model of the brand that produced film photos. Released in 2000, this model marks the end of the film photography era at Canon, yet on the market for more than 80 years.
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In his series of photographs, Manuel Grimm presents a night journey into the subconscious of the Château de Versailles. The focus aims to bring this work of art alive by emphasising the aspects of lighting, crispness and the play of surfaces and textures of the different materials.
The Spanish photographer Guzman De Cespedes, who specialises in street and landscape photography, manages to bring to life even the darkest places devoid of human presence. He sometimes adds people into the shots to give life to these neglected places.