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Celebrated for his rare and distinctive viewpoints on familiar landscapes, Antwerp, Belgium-based photographer Jan Kempenaers looks out over Neist Point in the Scottish Isle of Skye.
“Decision to Leave” Magnolia Plantation on the Cane River, Louisiana “Wading Prior to Blackness” Grant Parish, Louisiana “The Underground Railroad was America’s first Civil Rights Movement,” says photographer Jeanine Michna-Bales, who has spent the past ten years plus researching the railroad for her project Through Darkness to Light.
Moving Cattle to Spring Pasture, Boulder, Wyoming 2011 Tommy Trying to Shoot Coyotes, Big Springs Ranch, Oasis, Nevada 2012 Frontcountry is Lucas Foglia‘s exploration of the American West, where human figures are swallowed up by an endless horizon and everyday life swells with raw wildness.
Jahovic Family, South Mitrovica Savete Jahovic, her husband Hajrulla, and their 10 children share a small flat in the Roma neighborhood, which is located south of the river Ibar.
© David Schultz / Mint Images / Offset To see more of David Schultz’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.
© Pascal Schonlau © Josie Norris © Meera Margaret Singh For our latest group show, we asked you to show us life on the farm.
Amongst the procession of hundreds of young men, photographer Juan Carlos Lelo De Larrea captures the spellbound face of a single Nazarene participating in the Passion of Christ performance in Iztapalapa, Mexico City.
The Baby Blues Bad, Bad Mother For The Baby Blues, photography duo Memymom, composed of mother Marilène Coolens and daughter Lisa De Boeck, explore the mourning process that sometimes follows a difficult birth.
Madison, WI, photographer Lewis Koch explores humans’ relationship with nature in one of the places that’s got to be richest for this type of photography–Yellowstone National Park.
Sophie Green, 20, Fareham, Student Teacher Sophie Green, 20, Norfolk, Student For her ongoing project, I Am Sophie Green, London-based photographer Sophie Green creates an archive of individuals who go by the same name.
Wakhi shepherds © Benjamin Rasmussen / Offset June 21,2010: Wakhi man with a buffalo © Benjamin Rasmussen / Offset For Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor, Denver-based photographer Benjamin Rasmussen documents daily life in a northeastern region of the country, an expanse of land that remains largely untouched by war and by the Taliban.
© Caroline de Vries / fStop / Offset To see more of Caroline de Vries’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.
For Bless Your Heart, New York City-based photographer Grant Ellis returns to his hometown of Cleveland, Mississippi, capturing the small, magical moments he remembers from childhood.
Matthew Grason, 7th South Carolina. Died 256 Times. John Wingo, 88th New York. Died 23 Times. Last year marked the 150th anniversary of Gettysburg, a notable and significant battle in the American Civil War.
Patti Smith, Bowery 1976 Dictators, Bowery 1976 Forty years ago, the coffee shop on Bleecker and Bowery where David Godlis and I are sitting was a vacant lot.
© Con Poulos / Offset To see more of Con Poulos’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.
© Gaston Lacombe / Offset © Gaston Lacombe / Offset For his breathtaking series Penguinscapes, photographer Gaston Lacombe traces a colony of 250,000 penguins along the Esperanza research base in the Antarctic Peninsula’s Hope Bay.
Horses competing in El Raid race in Jose Pedro Varela, Uruguay face 60 miles of paved road, a perilous journey for even the most resilient of animals.
To create the immersive installation of Reframe: An Exploration of Memory and Nostalgia at Photoville, Feature Shoot commissioned the talents of Czech multidisciplinary artist Bibiana.
Alpaca herd in Ecuador © Evan Sklar / Offset The beach at the Amalfi Coast © Lorenzo Pesce / Offset Founded in 2009, AFAR magazine is known for its authentic outlook on world travel, connecting travelers with local communities and honoring the diversity of our planet.