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Photographers Julian Reid, Lydo Elise Le, Alexander Coggin, Alex Beker, and Rachel Rinehart Take Over Our Instagram

Julian Reid [@julianreidphoto] / October 23, 24, 25 Lydo Elise Le [@lydaux] / October 26, 27, 28 Put down your pumpkin spice lattes and get ready for our latest lineup of transcontinental Guest Instagrammers!

Feature Shoot Recommends: The Best Photo Links of the Week

René Burri’s self-portrait, Coronado, New Mexico, 1973/83. Photograph: René Burri/Magnum From highbrow to lowbrow (and everything in between), this is what we found of interest in photo-land this week.

Photo du Jour: Handstands

Mara and Jessica in the director’s office, Summer 2013 We are all the hero of our own lives, a silent protagonist whose hopes and dreams the world secretly revolves around.

Photos Explore Male Gender Roles with Regards to Sports

Chadric Devin (MFA 2015) is a Missouri-born artist and MFA candidate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Exclusive Interview with ‘The Cut’ Photo Editor Emily Shornick About Online Photo Editing and Her Quirky Collection of Offset Imagery

© Johnér / Offset © The Licensing Project / Offset The Cut is a division of New York Magazine devoted entirely to female-driven content, covering everything from breaking fashion news to complex explorations of contemporary women’s issues.

Cocktail Hour: Vodka Cranberry

© Jody Horton / Offset To see more of Jody Horton’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.

Stevie Raelynn Johnson’s Intimate Portraits of Thirty Men

Stevie Raelynn Johnson is an American artist and recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Photo du Jour: A Tale of Two Baby Squirrels

In early September of this year, I discovered a baby squirrel on the side of the road. With unopened eyes and just a downy layer of fur, she was unable to fend for herself.

‘Fifty Shrinks': A Fascinating Look Inside the Offices of Dozens of NYC Therapists

“… I have been an analyst for more than fifty years and I still find it astonishing that every patient has something new to communicate.

‘Funny Business': Hilarious Portraits of Comedians in Their Homes

David Cross Zach Galifianakis For Funny Business, Brooklyn-based photographer Seth Olenick enters the homes of the biggest names in comedy, constructing playful scenes from their domestic surroundings.

‘Scared Scientists’ Portrait Series Shows the Face of Climate Change

SHAUNA MURRAY Biological Scientist University of Technology Sydney, University of Tokyo, University of New South Wales TIM FLANNERY Mammologist, Palaeontologist University of New South Wales, Monash University, La Trobe University For Scared Scientists, Australian photographer Nick Bowers records the terror that has descended upon leading scientists in the wake of new discoveries on climate change.

Photographer Reenacts Clichéd Romantic Vacation Photos with Strange Men

When London based photographer Hemya Moran was invited to do an artist residency in Deauville, France, she began collecting images and creating a mental picture of the utopian seaside town.

English Phone Booth

© Marc Wilson / Offset To see more of Marc Wilson’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.

Photo du Jour: Lone Stars

Open Since 1950 For It’s only a short walk from home, New York-based photographer Courtney Dudley returns to her hometown just beyond the borders of Dallas, Texas, capturing her surroundings through a lens that is at once intimate and alien.

Photos of Wayward Farmers Reinterpret the Mythos of the American West

Dean, 2013 Drew Emerging, 2014 For Manifest, photographer Kristine Potter reinterprets quintessential visions of the American West, reframing the Colorado Western Slope and its remote inhabitants in such a way that distorts and obscures traditional legends of the past.

Playful and Absurd Still Lifes by Molly Cranna

© Molly Cranna / Offset © Molly Cranna / Offset Los Angeles-based photographer Molly Cranna’s playful still lifes position themselves at the border of the seductive and the grotesque.

From Kazakhstan to Kentucky: 36 Photos Provide a Glimpse Inside Zoos Around the World

Kodiak Bear, Lake Superior Zoo, Duluth, Minnesota © Areca Roe Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark © Kasper Palsnov Tibetan Bear, Chongqing, China © M.

Photographer Journeys Around the Globe in Search of the Oldest Living Organisms

La Llareta #0308-2B31 (2,000+ years old; Atacama Desert, Chile) What looks like moss covering rocks is actually a very dense, flowering shrub that happens to be a relative of parsley, living in the extremely high elevations of the Atacama Desert.

Abandoned Room with a View

© Pete Ryan / National Geographic / Offset To see more of Pete Ryan’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.

Photo du Jour: A Forest of Internet Photos

Autumns We have all downloaded that ocean scene or forest desktop background, so saturated with color and disreality, yet somehow alluring enough to draw us in.