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    Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard, photographed by Reportage’s Benjamin Lowy in July for the New York Times Magazine. This and other images appears in a profile of Bouchard in this week’s issue. Read, “Eugenie Bouchard Could Be Tennis’s Next Big Shot,” at

    (Photo by Benjamin Lowy/Reportage by Getty Images for New York Times Magazine.)

    Reportage photographer Benjamin Lowy is offering prints of his Instagram photos and other work in his online store.



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    "What are the advantages of using an iPhone?"

    Photojournalist Benjamin Lowy talks to Richard Aedy, of the Australian Broadcasting Company Radio Network, about the virtues of using a mobile phone in the field. In the above video, Lowy, who has made mobile-phone images while working in Libya, Afghanistan, and his own backyard of New York City, explains how he chooses the right tool for the job. As for the question above, Lowy says:

    When you shoot with an SLR or rangefinder or any type of camera, you’re taking this huge black box and throwing it in front of your face. And you’re blocking out your ability to interact with your subject. Sometimes that can be good if you need if you need to cut your empathy off, so like if you’re at a funeral and you need to pull yourself emotionally out of a situation. But a lot of times I’m just talking to someone out on the street, and all of the sudden I am cutting the level of empathy and the level of interaction and intimacy with people by putting a camera against your face. So by using the phone I can keep eye contact with the people I’m photographing.

    Hear more segments from ABC RN’s ‘Media Report’ on the show’s website.


    Cortona, Italy | July 19, 2014
    Wag the Dog

    I’ll be posting some images from my latest trip to Cortona over the next few days. I spent time with several different photographers who each inspired me indifferent ways.

    You can find more of my Walkscapes work on its own dedicated and aptly named Instagram feed - @conceptual_ben

    #streetphotography #cortona #italy #cotm #reportage #photojournalism

    "Most of the time [Floyd Mayweather] acted like I wasn’t there, which is something I’ve come to expect and even relish when working on ‘day in the life’ features for my clients. But having Mayweather look me in the eye and acknowledge my presence was the real challenge." - Reportage photographer Benjamin Lowy, who recently spoke with Rangefinder Magazine about his portraits of boxer Floyd Mayweather. Read more in Rangefinder’s digital edition.

    (Photo by Benjamin Lowy/Contour by Getty Images)


    “To build may have to be the slow and laborious task of years. To destroy can be the thoughtless act of a single day.”
    - Winston Churchill.

    Construction workers @benlowy and @davidscottholloway are erecting the goods at @echosight this week.

    A US soldier, using a gun-mounted infrared targeting laser, marked a landing zone for incoming transport helicopters as soldiers with the 509th Infantry Division and the 3rd Infantry’s Aviation Brigade launched a joint air assault on July 15, 2007 in Iskandariya, Iraq, raiding over 30 targeted sites in a large rural area. The raid targeted IED production and a search for suspected insurgents. This image, which was taken through night-vision goggles, appears in the book “Iraq | Perspectives,” by Reportage photographer Benjamin Lowy, who spent 2003 through 2008 photographing the war and subsequent civil strife. In 2014, Iskandariya is still host to violent attacks, with a suicide bombing killing two and injuring 10 earlier this month. (Photo by Benjamin Lowy/Reportage by Getty Images)

    Benjamin Lowy Talks About Shooting Sochi

    For this year’s winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Harper’s Magazine asked Reportage photographer Benjamin Lowy to provide a unique perspective on one of the world’s most photographed spectacles. The result was published in this month’s issue of the magazine, and now Lowy will be presenting a wider edit of his work at the Penumbra Foundation in New York City on Tuesday, May 6, in a discussion with Harper’s photo editor Stacey Clarkson. Visit the Foundation’s website to reserve your seat and hear the answers to intriguing questions such as: How do you photograph a ski race in a blizzard? And is it possible to take a sexy photo of curling?


    The Penumbra Foundation
    36th East 30th Street
    Tuesday, May 6
    7:30 - 9:00
    Seats Limited; Please RSVP

    Photo by Benjamin Lowy/Reportage by Getty Images for Harper’s Magazine

    Caption: Floyd Mayweather rests while training at his gym on July 25, 2013, in Las Vegas, Nevada. One of several images taken by Reportage photographer Benjamin Lowy as the fighter prepared for his match against Saul Alvarez, whom he defeated by decision. See more on Floyd Mayweather’s next bout is against Marcos Maidana on May 3.

    A photo from Benjamin Lowy's trip to South Sudan in December, when fighting broke out in Juba between government forces and supporters of a former vice president. In an editorial today, The New York Times writes that “a staggering 3.7 million people, roughly one-third of the population, are facing starvation in South Sudan, where a civil war has created a humanitarian catastrophe.” They add that United Nations officials say South Sudan needs $230 million more in the next 60 days to avoid the worst starvation in Africa since the 1980s, when hundreds of thousands perished in Ethiopia. Read more on


    Juba, South Sudan | December 19, 2013 Nuer civilians hiding in the UN Mission base, wait for a chance to collect water after fleeing their homes following brutal battles between government and rebel forces. It is looking increasingly like a campaign of ethnic cleansing began in Juba and spread to the rest of the country, pitting two tribal groups - the Dinka and the Nuer - against each other. #photojournalism #documentary #reportage #southsudan #juba

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