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For George’s Bath, photographer Corinna Kern focuses her lens on the unassuming bathtub of George Fowler, a 72-year-old man struggling with compulsive hoarding.
© John Lee / Offset © John Lee / Offset Early in his career, photographer John Lee interned for various newspapers across the United States, using his free time to document different circuses that traveled throughout the country.
For Nocturne: Creatures of the Night, Rhode Island-based animal photographer Traer Scott intimately connects with world’s most mysterious and evasive nocturnal creatures, photographing animals and diverse as the vampire bat, the Indian flying fox, the African serval, and the Capybara.
© Con Poulos / Offset To see more of Con Poulos’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.
Swimming out into the water with a waterproof camera in hand, Greek photographer Costas Masseras captures the country’s islands in miniature, the hilly terrain fitting perfectly into his opened hand.
Roxy Theatre, Northampton, Pennsylvania Mayan Theatre, Denver, Colorado In an age of multiplexes, 3D cinema and pirated movies, the theatre is on the decline and rapidly fading in oblivion.
We Are Not Enemies but Friends © Noel Jabbour 2012 From the series Towards the Sky, Arab Palestinian villages, Galilee region © Raed Bawayah 2012 Last November, the United Nations decreed 2014 to be the Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, meant to bring peace and greater understanding between Israel and Palestine.
© Przemyslaw Hensel © Vanessa Quijano © Chris Sorensen We’re sending you out on an adventure across the dusty, endless terrain with our latest group show ‘Desert Landscapes’.
Who do you want to be? Or, more accurately, who could you have been? Czech photographer Dita Pepe takes these musings quite literally, re-imaging her life in a hundred different scenarios in her series Self Portraits with Men.
© Peter Adams / Offset To see more of Peter Adams’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.
For Circo El Salvador, New York-based Photographer Steven Laxton captures the magical moments behind the scenes of El Salvador’s traveling circuses.
Benoit et Suzanne, from the series Snowbirds, 2012 Gilles, from the series, Snowbirds, 2012 For Snowbirds, Montreal-based photographer Mika Goodfriend documents the abundant world contained within Pompano Beach’s Breezy Hill, a small trailer and RV park on the Florida seaside.
A rare color slide of Duke Ellington A woman in postwar Denmark walking through an open air market Native New Yorker Matthew Salacuse is successful editorial and documentary photographer.
© Johan Entchev / Offset © Johan Entchev / Offset In his highly contrasted black and white images, Helsinki, Finland-based photographer Johan Entchev dreams up a world a childhood anxiety and wonderment.
For Mythology, photographer Luke Casey explores our national identity through the lens of Montana’s historic Yellowstone National Park.
© Aaron Joel Santos / Offset To see more of Aaron Joel Santos’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.
Stanley Infant & Junior School Pupils, the Falkland Islands. Calshot Harbor is the only way on or off Tristan da Cunha (2012 pop.
Langa Longer Shopping Mall Skhayascraper For Con/struct, photographer Justin Plunkett blurs the lines between fantasy and reality, creating towering South African cityscapes from photographs layered with three-dimensional animations.
?Band-e Amir, Afghanistan With an insatiable desire for travel and remote destinations, National Geographic’s Alex Treadway explores the wide and wonderful world with camera in hand.
The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride, published by Rizzoli, is a beautiful depiction of the obvious: homosexual people have been leading the same lives as heterosexuals, as much as possible while still experiencing varying degrees of persecution and prejudice—and turning the camera on themselves, as anyone with a camera does, to depict their own lives.