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In his series "Lonliness in New York" street photographer Luc Kordas deals with the paradox of feeling alone in a metropolis of more than 8 million people.

Luc Kordas: Loneliness In New York City

Lonely among millions of people: In his intimate yet distanced images street photographer Luc Kordas shows what it means to feel alone in a buzzling mega-city like New York.

In his project "Knives" documentary photographer Jason Koxvold documents the impact of the closure of the Schrade knife factory on the people in a rural town and how they feel left behind.

Jason Koxvold: „KNIVES“ – Left Behind In Rural America

In his long-term project „KNIVES“ documentary photographer Jason Koxvold explores the impact of the closure of the Schrade knife factory on the people in a rural town called Wawarsing (New York). It’s a blueprint of what happens on a larger scale not just in the US but in a globalized world when production is moved to countries where labour is cheaper and people feel left behind.

Dyanne Wilson is a Fuji-X-Photographer from Canada. As an instructor she organizes photo tours to Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada.

Dyanne Wilson: Chasing The Northern Lights In Yellowknife

My guest in this episode is Canadian documentary and fine art photographer Dyanne Wilson. In this interview, we talk about her influences in photography and get into the importance of looking at other art forms when developing a photographic vision.

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