Tulips, by Andrew Miksys, offers a fascinating insight into a country that borders both Putin’s Russia and the West. Joe Faulkner asks Miksys about his methodology and creative process behind Tulips.

JF: Do you think being born is the US [...]


Influenced by the aesthetic of New Topographics, Croatian photographer Bojan Mrđenović brings an interesting perspective to his work. Budućnost, which means “The Future”, is the name of a state-owned chain of department stores in Pakrac, Lipik [...]


Next up in “Why do you hate photography?”, we bask in the vitriol of UK based Irish, writer, photographer and founder of SMBH Barry W. Hughes. 

Numbskull cheerleaders for overblown egos lie cheek-by-jowl with duplicitous careerists. [...]


Today we kick off a new feature where we ask photographic luminaries, such as today's candidate David Campany, “Why do you hate photography?”

Last week a student came to tell me she was following her boyfriend's process of having his [...]

HOTSHOE's Joe Faulkner recently spoke to the Dublin based photographer Eamonn Doyle about his new exhibition END. currently on show at Michael Hoppen Gallery in Chelsea. 

Joe Faulkner: Who has been the biggest single influence on [...]


With an acclaimed background in commercial and advertising photography for major brands such as Chanel, Gucci, Armani, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, Guido Mocafico has also become renowned for his personal projects. Utilising his masterful [...]


Canon’s PIXMA Pro range of desktop sheet-fed photo printers, the PRO-10S, PRO-100S and flagship PRO-1 make it easy for serious photographers to choose from by sharing a number of common features for superior colour and mono prints. Each model adopts [...]

As Derek Ridgers new book The Others published by Idea, begins to be slotted neatly into book shelves across the world, we caught up with the British photographer to find out more. 

Gregory Barker: How did you first become interested in photography. 

Derek [...]


Nearly half a century after the Factory closed, with the sheen of its silver doors still gleaming in our collective consciousness, Gregory Barker spoke to Billy Name of Factory fame about why it still captivates us. 

Gregory Barker: How [...]


This autumn sees the return of Amsterdam’s Unseen Photo Fair, bringing the best of international photography and publishing to the Westergasfabriek from 18 to 20 September for the fourth year running. This time the programme is bound to be bigger, [...]