A few weeks ago, we attended Scandinavia’s biggest photography event, Copenhagen Photo Festival
. People from Denmark and abroad had the chance to see and participate in various exhibitions, events, workshops, city walks, an auction and artist talks. Local and international media has been covering happenings throughout the city for ten days, introducing works of established and emerging photographers to the world. In order to know better what was going on in Copenhagen from June 6 to 16, we discuss xenophobia, the glamorization of plastic surgery, media influence, beauty ideals, staged self-portraits, personal projects, Japan, Mozambique, radicalism, Islamophobia and many other interesting topics with photographers Espen Rasmussen, Ditte Haarløv Johnsen, Chris Calmer, and Olivia Rohde.