Kharkiv, Ukraine on the first day of Russian invasion
Imagine being there, in full absence of clarity what's going to happen next minute, hour and day. Is there a future? If so, how does it look? The whole world can not answer this question facing a tyrannous psycho, a hostage of his own crimes on a global scale, entangled
We are contacting photographers and authors who work in Ukraine to help spread their stories. Here's the first one. Please share and join us in supporting Ukrainians — the info is below. On the first day of the invasion, nobody was ready for HOW nightmarish it would be, nobody believed that
This week we invite you to discover England with these three very different points of view. Scenic portraits of chefs from Chinatown back alleys. An in-depth study of contemporary England, its society, and life. Holiday scenes from the seashore of the UK at the times of breaching pandemics. Jan Enkelmann:
Stuart Freedman has the kind of experience in photojournalism that the word “expansive” hardly does it justice. Born in London, he has been a photographer for just over 30 years now and his photography has been published in the likes of Life, National Geographic, Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel and The
A collection of reconstructed and repurposed landscape photographs to give them a new life. A museum of modern life in the city researched through the things people use and discard. An excursion to the layer of Indian modern history and nowadays life via the calm and charming atmosphere of Indian
This week of stories invites us to an investigation of a mysterious death, a story of a couch and its inhabitants during the COVID lockdown and a very creative take on the transformation of London by global corporations and "its brutally disorientating effects" with images that could literally make you
Along with purely documentary work, we are always looking at very personal, sometimes abstract and artistic projects — we do not draw a sharp line between journalism and art as we see artistic expressions as a strong way to convey a personal attitude towards a subject and represent the mood of
This week of stories introduces us to places and people, forgotten and abandoned, torn off from the modern world. The first one depicts the remains of the past via architecture, while the next two show us communities and areas that are either stuck in the past or surviving the aftermaths
In recent weeks three featured photographers — Jim Mortram, Benedict Stenning and James Hopkirk — suggested donating their fees to funds and charities
This week we are pleased to present you the work of three photographers who deal with complex social issues.
This week’s stories are all about identity, the sense of compassion and humanity.
The week ahead will offer you three very different bodies of work touching the historical tragedy of the Holocaust and its traces we still are able to evidence nowadays, the phenomenon of Collecting revealed via photographer's father personal story, a very artistic take on the climate change and its consequences.
These three very different bodies of work are bound by one common idea — questioning and investigating the context and roots of what surrounds us in the everyday life. Our own relationships with loved ones. Our perception of simple and basic things that we take for granted. The hidden impact and
The fourth week of stories invites us to submerge ourselves into the invisible, symbolic and intimate depths behind what most of us see in everyday life.
Three new stories selected by our editors to share with Members within the next week.
Sunday Preview is a glimpse of new selected stories we are going to share with our Members within the next week.
Good day everyone! We are deeply thrilled to kick off mnngful with this very first piece sent to all our subscribers.
Every day we look for documentary projects by independent photographers to provide our Members with carefully selected stories that you won't likely find yourself.