At 73, William Eggleston remains a source of inspiration for many of today's photographers, as the latest Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition reminds us. Laurence Butet-Roch travelled to Los Angeles for BJP to speak with the father of colour photography.
Sebastião Salgado's eight-year project, Genesis, will be revealed in the coming months in a series of exhibitions and a book publication. BJP met him in his workshop in Paris to discuss the implications and practicalities of such an undertaking.
For the past four decades, Tom Wood has produced some of the most important work in contemporary British photography, yet he has remained elusive and misunderstood, evading the spotlight that most of his peers seek. We sent Michael Grieve to meet him.
These three interviews are now available in the latest edition of BJP's award-winning iPad app. We also review the Leica M Monochrom, which could very well be the best thing to happen to black-and-white photography since film.
In addition, we pay hommage to Gigi Giannuzzi, the daring publisher and founder of Trolley Books, who died on Christmas Eve, aged 49. He left a lasting impression on the photography community and pretty much everyone he came into contact with. We speak to some of the people he worked with and supported along the way.
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