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Photography Duo ‘New York Is Killing Me’ Discuss What It Takes to Make It in NYC

N.Y.K.M’s Squarespace site Brittany the Ballerina from Instagram Photography duo New York Is Killing Me was founded by Kamil Tyebally and Saami Siddiqui as a fun and creative way to share their work with the world.

Disorienting, Abstract Photos Allude to Medical Testing

Katie Shapiro (MFA 2015) is a master’s candidate in Photography at the University of California, Irvine.

Melting Icebergs, Seal Hunts and MTV: Photographer Sébastien Tixier Discovers Greenland in Transition

Although traditional boots (kamik) and pants made from animal hides and furs are still used during the hunt, more modern materials are also appearing.

Guy Laramée’s Beautiful Landscapes Carved From Old Books

As internet perusers, many of you have most likely seen work by Guy Laramée. Often using multiple books bound together, Laramée alters existing books to create three-dimensional landscapes.

Startling Street Posters of Suicide Bombers in Palestine

Ramallah, a Palestinian city set within the Israeli-occupied territory of the West Bank, is plastered with posters picturing suicide bombers, resistance fighters, and other Palestinian militants who have died— or martyred themselves— for their cause.

One Photographer’s Quest to Document Rest Stops Across America Before They Disappear

Near Clines Corners, New Mexico – U.S. 66/I-40 Near Flower Mound, Texas – I-35W About a year and a half ago we featured Austin, Texas based photographer Ryann Ford’s documentation of the vanishing rest stops in America.

Awe-Inspiring Photos of Crashed Planes From Around the World

Western Sahara Alaska For Happy End, German photographer Dietmar Eckell scours the earth in search of forgotten plane wrecks, capturing the majestic vessels as they lie stranded amidst the deserted global landscape.

Feature Shoot Recommends: Top 10 Photo Events and Happenings in London (Nov 24 – 29)

Charles Jourdan, Spring 1979 © Guy Bourdin EXHIBITION: Guy Bourdin: Image Maker, Somerset House Trust, South Building November 27 – March 15 One of the industry’s most influential fashion photographers, Guy Bourdin’s upcoming exhibition will feature over 100 works and previously unseen material from his illustrious 40-year career.

Feature Shoot Recommends: Top 10 Photo Events and Happenings in New York (Nov 24 – 29)

Untitled (U.S. Marshals, Baltimore, #002),2014 © Brian Finke/Courtesy of ClampArt EXHIBITION: Brian Finke: U.S.

Psychedelic Colors and Patterns Photographed on One of the Most Polluted Bodies of Water in America

Chronos Asteria Thought of as peaceful waterways that flow through quaint towns and bustling cities, canals are often romanticized.

Heartbreaking Photos of Missing Pet Posters in Tokyo

Phiphi: Body is so small, it is worried about not being attacked by crows and cats Unknown: The white hand on forehead For Pets, Tokyo-based photographer Kuraya Takashi catalogs some of the hundreds of “missing” pet posters that line the city streets.

Photographer Documents the Intimate Moments of a Woman She Met on Facebook (NSFW)

Early last year, Italian photographer Giulia Bersani was searching for a compelling story to tell. As an experiment, she decided to post the following message on her Facebook page: “If you think you have a pretty/strange/interesting life and you would like to trust me and work with me (wherever you live) feel free to write me.” To her surprise, a girl named Giada from Napoli replied, “my life is a story which tells about shit and love.

Photographers Elijah Hurwitz, Søren Drastrup, Marvin Unger, Ken Wong, and Mark Makela Take Over Our Instagram

Elijah Hurwitz [@elijahsol] / November 22, 23, 24 Søren Drastrup [@sorendrastrup] / November 25, 26, 27 ’Tis the season for falling leaves and hot cider, and our latest lineup Guest Instagrammers will show us just how much we have to be grateful for.

Feature Shoot Recommends: The Best Photo Links of the Week (Nov 17 – 21)

© Erika Larsen From highbrow to lowbrow (and everything in between), this is what we found of interest in photo-land this week.

In Dubai, All That Glitters Is Not Gold

The view of one of the main high roads in Dubai “sheikh zayed” road, which was built by construction workers in recent years.

‘Burn Down Something Pretty': Intimate Family Photos Reconcile a Troubled Adolescence

Ellis Marksohn (BFA 2014) is a senior in photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. Originally from New York, his interest in photography stems from the potential for the camera as a tool for therapeutic growth.

Fascinating Photos of Transnistria, a Moldovan Territory that Maintains a Pro-Russian Position

In Hristovaia village, swimming in the lake is a popular pastime for youth. For Transnistria Conglomerate, photographer Anton Polyakov traces the newly emerging generation of Transnistria, a state which, despite its official status as a region in Moldova, maintains a staunchly pro-Russian position.

Photos Explore the Act of Controlling Nature Out of Fear

Georgia Rhodes (MFA 2015) is currently an MFA candidate in Photography at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA.

‘Silicon Forest': Photos of Russia’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Hub

Genetics graduate student Irina Mukhamedshina poses with her pet and thesis project Viliya, a domesticated fox who lives with her.

Photographer Captures Stunning Movements of Siamese Fighting Fish

When Bangkok based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich was young, his father gave him Betta fish to keep as pets.