Archive for category: Interviews with Photo Editors

LOOK Magazine, New York City - 1978. From left to right: Regis Pagniez, art director, Paul Slade, photographer of Paris Match, Daniel Filipacchi, President of LOOK Magazine and Eliane Laffont, Director of Photography.

Photo by Jean-Pierre Laffont

Guest Post: Kyla Woods speaks with Eliane Laffont

Ed Note: When Kyla sent me this interview she had done with Eliane Laffont, I wanted to share it on this site. It is also features on Kyla’s website, here, and Musée Magazine.   The Art of Photo Editing, by Kyla Woods Great photo books have the power to ignite the […]

Photo by Stephanie Tricola

10 minutes with Alison Unterreiner

When did you first become interested in photography? I first became interested in photography when I was pretty young. I must have been about 13 or 14 and I stumbled upon a book my mom had by Robert Mapplethorpe that was full of flowers and nudes, but the images that […]

Photo by Cheyne Gately

10 minutes with Bailey Franklin

Do you remember when you first became interested in photography? Both of my parents worked at Time Inc., and we had several Time Life photography books around the house. I don’t remember their names beyond “Life Goes to War”, but starting around the age of 5 or 6 I used […]

10 minutes with Lisa Parisi

10 minutes with Lisa Parisi

When did you first become interested in photography? I first became interested in Photography in High School. I was taking painting and an advanced placement art course when I decided to try my hand at it. My high school always placed a great deal of importance in the arts and […]

10 minutes with Frank Evers

10 minutes with Frank Evers

When did you first become interested in photography? My mother started allowing me to use the family camera when I was a young boy in Ireland, probably around 8 years old (1973). We had a big family (7 kids, 5 sisters and a brother) and my dad was an avid […]