In the 1950s, early color photography was widely scorned. Now it’s the default. What happened?
Hey there. I’m Lars, a writer and photographer from Berlin.
In our visual age it’s important to understand images: How they’re taken and what they mean. What makes them so captivating and sometimes seductive.
I explore how culture, technology, and social norms shape images—and how they shape us in return.
Gerda Taro didn’t just help invent one of the world’s most famous photographers. Briefly, she was him.
Vitas Luckus was too revolutionary a photographer to be accepted. But his is no ordinary rebel’s story.
Phones have changed the way photos are taken. Portrait now rules where landscape once reigned. And we’re stuck looking at a vertical world through horizontal screens.