Some most exciting, long and lovely Interviews from our most favorite master photographers. Hearing it from the Masters through the interviews is always feast for any photographer. The Questions which you would have always wanted to ask your godly photographer and the answers which were until now unknown for a fan like you. Here in this post we bring you a valuable bunch of interviews from our Master Photographers.

There are some legends in this field to pave way and show directions for the beginners to follow. And we should understand the fact that art has no boundaries or directions. There are certain concepts which have been already laid by our masters through which we echo along the passage of time.

Follow their voices, read through their words and am pretty sure we all would definitely fall in the right place.

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A Lens on William Klein by Interview Magazine

William Klein is a renowned photographer who has drawn so many segments on experimental photography and fashion. His work on film has always subtly but more solidly criticized the frenetic energy of New york. In this wonderful conversation with Interview Magazine, he shares his views and thoughts on film making and his early life.

A Lens on William Klein by Interview Magazine
© William Klein

 

An Interview with David Hurn by LensWork

Speaking on the characteristic features of being a photographer, the destination of photography and the purpose of acquisition and admiration. Listen to David Hurn a magnum photographer speak to Lens work on various fields of photography.ing on the characteristic features of being a photographer, the destination of photography and the purpose of acquisition and admiration. Listen to David Hurn a magnum photographer speak to Lens work on various fields of photography.

An Interview with David Hurn by LensWork
© David Hurn / Magnum Photos

 

An Interview with Daido Moriyama by Aperture

One of the phenomenal grand master from Japan. Daido Moriyama shares his immense knowledge on some most important grounds of photography. His thoughts on connection between image and language, his take on exhibitions and a lot more discussed in this brief chat.

An Interview with Daido Moriyama by Aperture
© Daido Moriyama

 

An Interview with Stephen Shore by Aaron Schuman

Stephen Shore is known for his complex visions which are predominant in his photographs. In this Interview with SeeSaw Magazine, Stephen speaks about his early days as a photographer, his first sold print and some important words on technical complexity with photography.

An Interview with Stephen Shore by Aaron Schuman
© Stephen Shore

 

An Interview with Phil Borges by Horny Toad

Phil Borges shares his experiences on his travel expeditions, various rich cultures, and his take on heightening awareness of numerous issues faced by citizens all across the globe.

An Interview with Phil Borges by Horny Toad
© Phil Borges

 

An Interview with William Eggleston by Interview Magazine

Eggleston didn’t just introduce color to the land of art photography, his wonderful visual language did arguably exceed the power of various traditional black and white landscapes and studio portraits. In this Interview he speaks about his interests apart from photography and his concepts related to art.

An Interview with William Eggleston by Interview Magazine
© William Eggleston

 

An Interview with Anders Petersen by FK Magazine

The Swedish Photographer, Anders Petersen known for his excellent ability to find a common language with complete strangers. In this wonderful interview,  Anders speaks about his habit of carrying camera always, his formula of shooting complete strangers, his strange philosophy on photography and much more elaborately.

An Interview with Anders Petersen by FK Magazine
© Anders Petersen

 

An Interview with Helmut Newton by ASX

Helmut Newton speaks on making photographs, shooting , his complete discipline on personal work. His role as a trespasser and so on. A pretty humorous interview, on Helmut speaking about art and sex.ut Newton speaks on making photographs, shooting , his complete discipline on personal work. His role as a trespasser and so on. A pretty humorous interview, on Helmut speaking about art and sex.

An Interview with Helmut Newton by ASX
© Helmut Newton

 

An Interview (Audio download and Transcript) with Weegee by ASX

“The subject is news photography. This was the most wonderful experience for any man or woman to go through. It’s like a modern Aladdin’s Lamp, you rub it and, in this case the camera, you push the button and it gives you the things you want. News photography teaches you to think fast, to be sure of yourself, self confidence. When you go out on a story, you don’t go back for another sitting. You gotta get it.” – Listen to Wiggee speak.

An Interview (Audio download and Transcript) with Weegee by ASX
© Weegee

 

In conversation with Bruce Gilden, by Kate Levy

Kate Levy met up with Bruce Gilden at the Magnum offices in New York to discuss his most recent essay on Foreclosures, which is part of Magnum’s initiative to explore notions of home across the globe. Foreclosures was also a feature at Photoville this June. Stay tuned for more on this initiative from Magnum, and be sure to check out Gilden’s Magnum in Motion narrated slideshows, which offer an unprecedented glimpse into Gilden’s findings in the four cities he visited during his work on this relavent and plaguing topic.

In conversation with Bruce Gilden, by Kate Levy
© Bruce Gilden

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