Stories with the Tag: Photographer

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Alfred Stieglitz: Redefining Photography as an Art Form

Discover the transformative work of Alfred Stieglitz through the IMAGO archive, a revolutionary photographer who shaped the art photography landscape and played a pivotal role in establishing photography as a fine art in the modern era.

The Intrusive Photographer: Indigenous Communities

The Intrusive Photographer: Indigenous Communities

When photographing in different communities, the presence of a camera can be intrusive. In a new series by columnist photographer, and former IMAGO editor Sofia Bergmann, she discusses questions and challenges in photography by drawing from her experiences.


The Impact of AI on the Photography Industry

Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing the photography industry, and as this technology becomes more advanced, it raises many questions about how it will affect the photographers and the quality of their work. To shed light on this topic, The Game magazine interviewed Andrés Benedicto, Director of International Partnerships and Sports Content at IMAGO, Marcia Hyndman, Press & Communications Manager at IMAGO, as well as two of IMAGO’s photographers, Jared Martinez and Richard Wareham.

IMAGO/Michael Marquand

Emerge through Social Media: A Look into the World of Photography

What do photographers think about social media? How did it help or challenge them to showcase their skills and work? The Game magazine has asked questions from many photographers about what they think about social media and if it helped them to emerge their work.


Premios Panenka, Recognition of Football Culture

In an interview with IMAGO, Alex Lopez of Panenka tells us how the magazine, since 2011, has focused on telling the stories of real people and bringing football culture and teams closer to their fans.

imago images/Aleksander Kalka

Changes Captured by Lenses

IMAGO spoke with professional photographers to discover the experiences that have changed their work or life.