They say a photograph is worth a thousand words. We believe that they hide just as many. Photo-talks is an online magazine that aims to reveal what is hidden and connect photographers with their audience. Every week, we talk to iconic artists, recognized professionals and rising talents from all over the world. We meet the people behind the photographs and ask them to tell their stories. Do you want to see thousands of photos? How many words will you hear?


Cooper & Gorfer

We are not linear creatures – and our images are filters for emotions. We highlight wounds, fear, future and the past. And we have to put it all in the final piece: the photograph.

Photo-talks Pieter Ten Hoopen

Pieter Ten Hoopen

A good story doesn’t leave you. The story itself doesn’t have to be very spectacular. It can be very subtle, poetic, doesn’t have to scream – it can whisper. Good stories, in general, are something that keeps you in the topic for the duration of it. That’s always my goal – if it is a movie or a book, I want the people to live it, stay in it.

Photo-talks RAX

Ragnar Axelsson (RAX)

I get a kick out of seeing a photograph coming out in a dark room, and this is where my passion for photography began. Even when the conditions are unbearable, I still see the light at the end of the tunnel - and this light is the next photograph. I always try to get a good photograph. I've never got it, but I keep trying.

Photo-talks Cary Wolinsky

Cary Wolinsky

You have to be willing to look. You have to be willing to try, experiment. You cannot be a religious purist about your photography. I always tried to ask myself: how can I be more creative? The next step is to learn the technique.