September’s issue explores invisible worlds, from Sanne de Wilde’s cover story, The Island of the Color Blind, shot in the mid Pacific, to Poulomi Basu’s investigation of Central India’s long-running civil war, where truth and fiction are near impossible to separate. Sputnik Photos continue their eight-year project uncovering the legacy of communist rule in Eastern Europe, and Hoda Afshar visits a secret bathhouse.
In our Intelligence section, we bring you a dispatch from Rencontres d’Arles, and we hear from the founder of Intern about how and why he commissions the photographers featured in the magazine. Elsewhere, in Agenda, we preview 10 September photofestivals and get the wisdom of Joel Meyerowitz.
Plus we meet five recent graduates in Projects, and we review the Panasonic Lumix GX800 and Sekonic L-858D.