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European Lens brings a fresh view on European photography, collecting together striking images from the continent’s best emerging photographers to show the world in a new way.
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Young French photographer Maxime Caron visited the post-Apocalyptic town of Pripyat, where the infamous Chernobyl nuclear power plant is located. Report from Chernobyl in the new issue of the European lens.
Semra underlines the concept of diversity, and her exploration translates into profound studied subjects, deep meditation and pompous photography installations
His love for photography started at an early age and his passion has spawned a sophisticated collection of ordinary, but fantastic black and white photographs.
Domo is passionate about achieving that one picture that says it all, the one that, upon seeing it, makes you feel like you were there.
Born and raised in busy London, Forte's natural curiosity for the human experience is very present in her work. She likes to document private emotions in public spaces, portraying colourful but honest pictures.
Passionate about old industrial infrastructure and vehicles, João Bernardino (@joao.bernardino) is European Lens’ second featured photographer.
Passionate about fine lines, patterns and symmetry, Jorge Alva (@urbanentdecker_) is European Lens' first featured photographer.
Euronews is proud to announce the launch of European Lens, an initiative bringing a fresh view on European photography.