Documentary photography portraits

Explore the art of documentary photography portraits and discover the unique stories captured through this powerful medium. Be inspired by the raw and authentic moments that bring these portraits to life.
“Photography is a medium to show the world without shouting”: Brunel Johnson on his compelling documentary practice Editorial Documentary Photography, Documentary Style Portraits, Documentary Photography Portraits, Cinematic Documentary Shots, Home Documentary Photography, Home Film Photography, Brunel Johnson, Day In The Life Photography, Documentary Photography Storytelling

“Photography is a medium to show the world without shouting”: Brunel Johnson on his compelling documentary practice

The Kilburn-raised photographer talks us through his evocative portfolio, lensing “the beauty and warmth” of his community, as well as his Afro-Caribbean and North African culture

Maddie McLeod
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Nadia Sablin’s photographs blur the boundaries between “documentary and fictional storytelling”

Russia-born photographer Nadia Sablin uses the medium to investigate “the relationship between documentary and fictional storytelling and explores the larger world through close personal narratives”. An example of this is _Together and Alone_ a poignant series she completed as a graduate thesis project while studying an MFA at Arizona State University. The result is a series of photographs that stunningly document life in a way that is familiar, but still leave you with a sense of something…

Emma Rees
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Watching TV by Olivier Culmann - IGNANT

In his latest series Olivier Culmann photographs people ‘Watching TV’. The eyes of the viewers seem to be glued to the screen, hypnotized by the flickering images it shows. Their bodies curl up on the couch and begin to collapse. Nothing could be more banal. And nothing more unsettling. Because that is how, in quasi-immobile […]

Ignacio Infanti