Seeing in SIXES II
Back for 2017!
Our LensWork Community Book Project
This newly-designed and enhanced Tablet Edition includes everything in our print edition, including the articles and text interviews.
No page limitations
Audio interviews, video features
Issued six times a year
Independent, stand-alone, book-length publications featuring the work of one photographer or a single theme
Black-and-white projects, as well as color work
Larger than LensWork, the Monographs are 9”x8”, either portrait or landscape orientation
Issued three times a year, by subscription only
Many more books on photography and the creative process
Print, ePub, and Kindle versions
The longest running podcast in all of photography — over 1000 podcasts and counting!
Short 5-10 min comments on photography and the creative process
New episodes every week
Visual Workshop series taught by Brooks Jensen
Available both on computer disc and via streaming video at our membership website, LensWork Online
Folios Workshop, PDF Publishing, Finding an Audience for Your Work
Chapbooks & Keepsakes in production now!
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The premise of LensWork is that photography is more than mere craft. Photography is, or can be, a way of life. Beyond cameras and equipment, beyond film and chemistry, beyond pixels and technology lie the mysteries of the creative life shared by those who strive to communicate and express themselves clearly – fine art photographers, commercial photographers, amateurs and professionals. LensWork is an exploration of the path of creative photography. Through an exchange of ideas, insight, personal experience, and opinions, it is hoped LensWork will inspire photographic artists to create work which truly bears their signature.
The focus of LensWork is ideas/images rather than gear/techniques; imagination rather than imitation; and an understanding of photography beyond craft. Images are published as portfolios of art or to illustrate the creative concepts expressed in the articles. For those looking for a more technically oriented publication, we refer you to one of the many excellent photographic books or magazines currently available.
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