Slim Aarons documented celebrity culture like no one else. Discover how he helped define the way modern photographers capture people in their environment.
Nan Goldin’s intimate imagery changed our perception of countercultures, with her unflinching perspective on life’s ebbs and flows.
Edward Weston proved photography could be something far more than just a nifty trick, as he helped lay the medium’s creative foundations.
Few artists can match the output of André Kertész. Discover how he paved the way for today’s photojournalists and fine artists.
Eliot Porter’s colourful environmental images helped bring people closer to nature.
Mary Ellen Mark spent decades humanising society’s most vulnerable people.
Gordon Parks’ powerful depictions of injustice and poverty played a vital role in America’s civil rights movement.
Alex Webb’s use of colour, light and layers has positioned him as one of the top street photographers working today.
Vivian Maier’s story is one of the great photographic mysteries. Delve into her lesser-known colour work and see how she secretly captured city streets for decades.
Artful and journalistic, Henri Cartier-Bresson's photography fundamentally changed the medium. Take inspiration from his work and capture the moments that matter most.