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AI photography: a non-descript human’s take

  • India Urwin

Boris Eldagsen’s image PSEUDOMNESIA: The Electrician won the Sony Photo Award. The twist? The image was an AI creation. Boris promptly rejected the win and, in an interview, admitted he was a “cheeky monkey” and that he only submitted the image to spark debate – well, let me oblige you, Boris. 

Tim Levy on the best job in the world
Tim Levy

Tim Levy on the best job in the world

  • India Urwin

Tim Levy believes being a photographer is the best job in the world because of all the adventures and experiences it leads you to. But maybe photography is the best job in the world because it isn’t just one job, as Tim himself knows better than anyone. Currently, Tim’s roles include freelance photographer, teacher, cinematographer, magazine editor and many, many more.

I was busy thinking about boys: Soraya Zaman’s trans-masculine portraits
Soraya Zaman

I was busy thinking about boys: Soraya Zaman’s trans-masculine portraits

  • India Urwin

Photography has an uncanny ability to capture transition. Its ability to impress a moment in charged stillness has meant that photography, more than any other medium, can capture liminal moments of in-between. Photographer Soraya Zaman (they/them) has dedicated the last few years of their work to take advantage of this quality of photography to capture the different lives and stories of Trans-masculine people across the US.

The miraculous search for a sparkling normal; Jenny Papalexandris’ pictures of rainbow families

  • India Urwin

Surprisingly, describing Jenny Papalexandris’ photographs of gay families as ordinary is a true compliment. 

Jenny’s project and photobook Five Bells: being LGBT in Australia is all about capturing the beautifully average everyday lives of Australia’s LGBT community, a community that is as vast as it is diverse. 

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Head On Photo Awards 2024

Entries to the Head On Photo Awards 2024 open in May/June.

Image detail: Gary Ramage