Tom Hegen’s aerial photography explores the impact of human intervention on natural environments. His latest project, photographed on a DJI drone, documents salt production across Europe
British Journal of Photography announces the seven photographers shortlisted for Postcards from Copenhagen, an exclusive commission for which three competition winners will create a body of work in the Danish capital
The diverse and prosperous nature of London’s creative industries has long been a draw for EU citizens moving to the capital. But with Brexit looming, is this set to change?
“Maybe we are part of the problem – neither one of us would consider living outside of the M25”
“Jerry has always been aware of a strong animosity towards himself and other immigrants”
“No one in the UK has ever pulled a face when I tell them where I am from and I’ve never experienced homophobic abuse. I doubt that would be the case if I was in Bulgaria”
“When Brexit happened, I took it personally. I come from an immigrant family and had been exposed to racism and stereotyping throughout my childhood. After the Brexit vote, I felt that same feeling I had felt as a kid”
There is just one week left to submit! Win the chance to travel to Copenhagen on an exclusive group commission. We share some of the best submissions so far.
With her tent pitched on a local family’s front garden, Cécile Smetana Baudier spent five weeks photographing Costa Chica’s hidden Afro-Mexican community
“It is liberating to distance yourself from the ego of the individual photographer”