While on commission in Copenhagen, Marco Kesseler, Peter Holliday and Laura Stevens each kept a journal recording their experiences and observations.
“The sense of not knowing where I am, where I will go and what I will find is exciting and the fear starts fading”
A new body of work by Peter Holliday explores the human ideals and aspirations latent within Copenhagen’s peripheral spaces
The Carlsberg Fault zone is a concealed tectonic formation that runs across the city of Copenhagen. A stranger to the city, Marco Kesseler used the line as a narrative to discover and photograph the everyday idiosyncrasies that give the capital its charm
Three photographers will travel to Copenhagen over a long-weekend and create an intimate portrait of the Scandinavian city
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
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”
The Copenhagen-based photographer discusses why it is everyday occurrences that catch his eye