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Thames: Dark River, Still Shining

by Tom Farmer Tom Farmer is originally from Southampton. He has been living in the big smoke for the past three and a half years, assisting editorial and…

Unconscious commands and judgements of our century

by Diogo Duarte Featured today is photographer Diogo Duarte with his self-portraiture work Unconscious Commands and Judgements of our Century. Diogo, originally from Portugal, moved to the midlands in the…

Everybody watch your step

by Tory Ho Tourism is a double-edged sword. On one hand, it brings in money and interest to a place. On the other, it brings bad attitudes, behaviour…

The Moor

by Robert Darch Our feature today focuses on Exeter-based photographer Robert Darch, who also runs Macula collective and, along with Jessica Lennan, the exhibition space Dodo Photo. Darch…

I found fireflies in my dream, talking to a strange, drunk and dead man

by Fábio Miguel Roque           – fabiomiguelroque.com

Steel City

by Leticia Batty Today we’re featuring Leticia Batty’s Steel City project, which explores the city of Sheffield. We were inspired by the simplicity of the concept of the…

Lost Place

by Kamil Śleszyński Featured today is self-taught documentary photographer Kamil Śleszyński. Based in Bialystok, Poland, he focuses on long-term projects that focus on the complex relationships between people…

Land of the Eagles

Alexander Williamson – alexander-williamson.com

On the Fringe

by Andrew Mellor Andrew Mellor is a landscape photographer, born and raised in Blackpool in North West England and still currently living there. The landscape is Mellor’s main…

The Archive Collective

Today we’re sharing something a bit different and very special; photographer Elena Cremona and publication The Archive Collective – run by Maela Ohana – are collaborating on the…

Erto – Ripido

by Paola Fiorini   – paolafiorini.it

Hometown

by Fábio Miguel Roque Today we’re featuring Portuguese photographer Fábio Miguel Roque, who also heads up the small publishing house The Unknown Books and also Preto Collective, a collective who…

Drake’s Folly

by Dan Mariner Featured today is British documentary photographer Dan Mariner, who is currently living in Bodø, Norway. Dan works as a freelance photographer, spending his time between…

Love of the Land

by Daniel Regan Featured today is portrait and fine art photographer Daniel Regan. Regan originally hails from Essex, moved to Brighton where he gained his BA in photography,…

False Memory: Reimagining of the ruined landscapes of Latin America.

by Dante Busquets Featured today is Berlin-based Mexican photographer Dante Busquets, whose work first caught our attention on Twitter. It was the above portrait of the unidentified and…

The Last Stand

by Marc Wilson Today we’re looking at The Last Stand, a long-term project on a combination of topics including landscape, memory and history, from photographer Marc Wilson. The…

Occupied – Portraits from the West Bank

by Liam Arthur Featured today on of the land & us is London-based photographer Liam Arthur, and his recent project Occupied – Portraits from the West Bank. Liam’s project…

Direction of Travel

James Duncan Clark’s Direction of Travel is an immersive and curious series which documents a London landscape in the midst of change; the “urban regeneration” caused by the…

Peripheries

by JM Ramirez-Suassi This project reveals a side of Spain that people rarely see, that some will never see. It’s great to look at a project that focuses…

History Lessens

Tom Wilkinson History Lessens is a visually beautiful project by photographer Tom Wilkinson. It jumped out at us not just because it’s shot on black and white film,…

Chelsea Rooke

Today we’re talking to photographer Chelsea Rooke as one of our last interviews for our re-launch week. Chelsea is a photography student from the United Kingdom who is…

Domesticated Landscapes

Thomas Hofer As part of our relaunch week, Of The Land & Us (formerly Eyes Forward Magazine) are doing an interview a day with a landscape photographer, and…

Awoiska van der Molen

We have relaunched! As part of our relaunch week, Of The Land & Us (formerly Eyes Forward Magazine) are doing an interview a day with a landscape photographer,…

Ryan Mathieson

Today we’re talking to our second interviewee, photographer Ryan Mathieson, in a series of daily interviews this week for the relaunch of our magazine Of The Land &…

Wonder

Jonathan Charles This fantastic photograph, ‘Wonder’, from photographer Jonathan Charles had us mesmerised immediately. What a wonderful contrast between the cold, white background and the bright, eye-catching colour of the…

Forcados

Eduardo Leal This week we are bringing work by documentary photographer Eduardo Leal. His project Forcados caught our eye a while ago. We chose this image to publish….

Sophie Thionville

Today we have a submission from our Autorretrato call for submissions. It comes from photographer Sophie Thionville, age 15 from Virginia. We were inspired by the high quality…

Naomi Goddard

Today we are showing you work from Naomi Goddard. Having recently graduated from the University of The West of England Bristol, she is now a London-based photographer. –…

Isabella Mariana

We selected this work by Brazil-based photography student Isabella Mariana from her submission to “Autorretrato”, our call for submissions themed around self-portraits. This double exposure was an immediate…

Rhiannon Buckle

Today’s submission again comes from within the UWE Bristol student pool, submitted by Rhiannon who is based in Bristol and Cardiff. We picked her photograph because it is…

Kathy Foote

After graduating from my degree in photography, I unexpectedly found myself getting into the wedding photography industry. After being asked to do a friend’s wedding, I discovered that…

Zak Dimitrov

Today’s submission comes from Bournemouth Uni student Zdravko Dimitrov. The diptych is an emotive and thoughtful comparison between youth and old age. Read more about it below: This…

On the benefit life

Manuela Henao Restrepo The United Kingdom was one of the first countries to establish a social security system. The years following the Second World War saw the emergence…

Shawn Sobers

Over the past eighteen years, Shawn has conducted various projects on the Rastafari movement in the form of moving image, photography and museum exhibitions. The work has included profile…

Alex Day

Alex Day is a freelance sports photographer who excels in many sports; however he specializes in football and tennis. He graduated from Middlesex University in 2012 and has…

Ben Paterson

I am currently in my third and final year of studying BA (Hons) Photography at the University of the West of England. I am a mature student based…

Holly Osborne

The tale of Alice in Wonderland is a well-respected children’s book, but the speculations involving the real lives behind this iconic tale are less than child-friendly. The few…