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Behold these bold minimalist interiors made of paper and light


While street and architecture photographers are reducing their urban environments to their bare elements and seeking line, light and shadow, London-based still-life photographer Stephen Lenthall and paper artist Owen Gildersleeve have combined efforts to recreate this aesthetic in the comfort of their own studios.

Wonderful and Bizarre Photos of Mirrors Sold on Craigslist


Eric Oglander estimates he’s spent 700 hours on Craigslist looking for pictures of mirrors. The New York artist has culled through countless advertisements made by regular people throughout the country, and he’s saved a few thousand of the most special ones.

Intimate Photos of Basquiat as a Young Man


Basquiat in the apartment, 1981. Photograph by Alexis Adler. Refrigerator in the apartment, c. 1979–1980.

Get Lost in These Meditative Seascapes


London photographer Paul Thompson returns to the coast on the full moon. He waits until the geometric center of the sun descends 18 degrees below the horizon, marking astronomical dusk.

Finding Magic in the Remotest Corners of the Earth


Burka Balloons, 2014. “Local women of the Almahrah tribe dressed in black burkas holding white balloons on the southern shores of Socotra Island.

Powerful Portraits of Women Who Are Changing the World


Clementina Ilukol, Uganda, is a leader of young midwives. “There are many challenges for women in the community where I work.

Beautiful Images of the Arctic Expose a Darker Truth


The Arctic is melting faster than any other place in the world. NY City-based photographer Diane Tuft set out to document the area before the effects of global warming cause this landscape to vanish forever.

Call for Entries: The RPS International Photography Exhibition


Rose in a Fox Mask © Melanie Eclare Abrigo Corner 1 © Tom Blachford The International Photography Exhibition by The Royal Photographic Society has been a fixture of the photography community since 1854, just fifteen years after the invention and introduction of practical photography.

Brutality in the illegal clinics that claim to ‘cure’ homosexuality in Ecuador


“Four years ago a friend told me about these clinics that try to convert gay people and transexuals, and at that time I hadn’t come out to my parents” says Ecuadorian photographer Paola Paredes discussing her latest series Until You Change, “This is not just happening in Ecuador, it’s a global issue.

The Iconic 1940s Photographer Who Never Wanted to Be Famous


“LaSalle at Amsterdam” 1946 © Todd Webb Archive, Portland, Maine USA “125th Street” 1946 © Todd Webb Archive, Portland, Maine USA The photographs arrived at The Curator Gallery in a box meant for curator Bill Shapiro, former editor of Life magazine.

This New Book for Photographers is Full of Ideas to Unlock Creativity


Up & Away, 2011 A Mad Tea Party with Alice, 2011 “For better or worse, you can’t simply start being an artist when work begins, and then stop being one when work is over,” photographer Claire Rosen writes in her new book, “You are an artist all the time.” IMAGINARIUM: The Process Behind the Pictures is a book for creative people who dare to step out of their comfort zones, dig deep, and pull something beautiful out of the murky abyss of their own minds.

40 Subversive Female Photographers Who Capture Women in a New Way


Lulu, Ali and Sofy, Long Island, 2015 © Mayan Toledano Zinzi and Tozama II Mowbray, 2010 © Zanele Muholi Untitled #23 (Selfie), 2013-16 © Petra Collins In 1975, feminist film critic Laura Mulvey coined the phrase “the male gaze.” For centuries, the default audience in art and media has been assumed to be both male and heterosexual.

A sneak peek at the World Press Photo YearBook 2017


Sarah Barrs lies over her horse’s back, in October 2013. From the series Table Rock Nebraska © Markus Jokela, Helsingin Sanomat People carry an American and a Mohawk Warrior Society flag at a protest camp against the Dakota Access Pipeline, in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, USA.

One Photographer’s Fight for the Hudson River in New York


“This is our Standing Rock,” photographer Carolyn Marks Blackwood says of the Hudson River. The U.S. Coast Guard is currently considering a proposal to establish as many as 43 berths in ten locations across the river, from Kingston to Yonkers, spanning 2400 acres.

Martin the Talking Dog Will Make You Laugh and Cry


People might take things for granted, but dogs don’t. At least that’s how director Michael Killen sees it.

Photos of the Last Remaining American Drive-In Theaters


Frontier Drive-In, Center, Colorado. Abandoned “The Frontier Drive-In was possibly my favorite location that in hindsight I wish I had given more time to.

Magical Photos from the World’s Surviving Tribes


Suri Girl with Orchid Wreath, Ethiopia Sisters Meal Festival Dancer in Guizhou, China Photographer Terri Gold says she wants to find “the grace notes” of humanity.

‘The Photographer’s Guide to Hashtags’ Shows You How to Be Successful on Instagram


At Feature Shoot, we find a lot of our stories on Instagram. It’s one of the top places we search for new and emerging talent, and we’re not the only ones.

6 Photo Editors Discuss How They Use Instagram to Find New Talent


© Amr Alfiqy for TIME LightBox, photographer discovered via IG by photo editor Olivier Laurent While for many years social media has been seen as a tool for procrastination, more and more photographers are recognising the professional benefits of using it to market their photography.

A Fairytale World Hidden in the Landscapes of Sweden


As a child, Swedish photographer Isabella Stahl spent her days with the horses in the stable. She and the other kids in her village swam in the lakes and rivers and hiked through the woods.


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