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The BlowUp Event Brings Together 14 of New York’s Best Music Photographers to Tell the Stories Behind Their Favorite Shots

Tina Turner, Honka Monka Club, NYC – July 8, 1970 © Bob Gruen Debbie and Iggy Backstage on the Idiot Tour 1977 © Chris Stein Run–D.M.C.

The Best Links of the Week (March 21-27)

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

A View of the Eiffel Tower As Seen Through Various Windows in Paris

Depending on who you ask, the Eiffel Tower is an eyesore or an architectural wonder. Love it or hate it, the worlds most visited monument is an iconic symbol of Paris.

Photographers Mark Griffiths, Matthew Hintz, Ravi Mishra, Alina Rudya, and Amy Lombard Take Over Our Instagram

Mark Griffiths [@markgriffphoto] / March 26, 27 Matthew Hintz [@matthewhintz] / March 28, 29 Spring is here; the birds are chirping; the bluebells are sprouting, and our latest lineup of Guest Instagrammers are raring and ready to go.

Male Photographer Plays the Part of Famous Female Nudes from Art History (NSFW)

© Chuck Samuels, “After ManRay,” 1990, Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City © Chuck Samuels, “After Newton,” 1991, Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City For Before the Camera, Montréal-based photographer Chuck Samuels confronts the objectification of the female body by casting himself as the heroine of history’s most recognizable nude portraits.

Rescued Magpie Becomes Part of a Photographer’s Family

The Instagram account @penguinthemagpie by Sydney-based photographer Cameron Bloom chronicles the adventures of a bird rescued as a baby by Bloom’s son and raised by the family.

Mysterious and Evocative Photos of the Holes Dogs Dig in the Woods

For Dog Holes (and Other Pictures Taken in the Woods), Massachusetts-based photographer Trevor Powers traces the small and ephemeral ways in which dogs have transformed and left their mark the Northampton dog park, a wood that lies close to his home in The Pioneer Valley.

We Asked 17 Photographers: What’s the Biggest Lesson You’ve Learned in Your Photography Career?

© Michael Lewis Michael Lewis: To be confident. I’ve been shooting long enough to see current trends in our industry come and go.

Moving Portraits of Young Girls in Bangladesh Learning How to Surf

Rifa and Sumi Rifa Along the sandy shores of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, a group of eight young women aged ten to thirteen work from from early morning until late night selling jewelry, water, and snacks to beach-goers.

Enchanting, Impressionistic Photos of Flowers From Claude Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France

© Chelsea McNamara / Offset © Chelsea McNamara / Offset The photographic movement we most often associate with Impressionism is probably Pictorialism, the two aesthetics emerging hand-in-hand at the turn of the 20th century.

18-Year-Old Urbex Photographer Dark.Cyanide Shows Us A Hidden View of NYC

Dark Cyanide’s Squarespace website When I asked Dark Cyanide to reveal his real name, he politely declined.

Diane Arbus and Her Brother Howard Nemerov: A Stunning New Book Shines Light on the Artist and Poet

Diane Arbus, Untitled (7) 1970-71 Gelatin-silver print, 20 x 16 inches (sheet) © The Estate of Diane Arbus Part of the magic of the work of Diane Arbus’s work lies in the fact that no matter how exposed and vulnerable her subjects may be, they almost always remain enigmatical, as if they alone carry the answers to the great riddles of existence.

Announcing ‘The BlowUp NYC': A New Photographic Storytelling Event Presented by Feature Shoot

We are very excited to be announcing a new quarterly event series happening in New York City called The BlowUp.

Miniature Versions of the World’s Most Recognizable Photos

At a price tag of $4.3 million, Andreas Gursky’s “Rhine II” is the second most expensive photograph ever sold (the first allegedly sold for $6.5 million).

Magical, Otherworldly Grecian Landscapes Take Us Back in Time

Almas, December, 2012 Semitas, May, 2013 Animula, January, 2014 For In Landscapes, Athens-based photographer Petros Koublis captures the sprawling countryside that envelops the Greek capital, uncovering the sublime, ancient memories that linger still on the peripheries of a city recently plagued by economic crisis, poverty, and violence.

Playful Images Celebrate Crazy Cat Lovers

Cats were the most revered and important species in Ancient Egypt. They were the favored pets during the Chinese Song Dynasty.

Feature Shoot Recommends: Top 10 Photo Events and Happenings in New York (Mar. 23 – 29)

© Matt Lipps, Camera from his series “Library”, 2013 EXHIBITION: Matt Lipps: Library, Danziger Gallery, 521 West 23rd Street, March 26 – May 2.

A Look Inside Sleek, Ultra Modern Catholic Churches in Italy

Chiesa Di San Giovanni, Milano. Domenica, ore 10:30 Chiesa Del Santo Volto Di Gesù, Roma. Domenica, ore 9:49 Chiesa Del Santissimo Redentore, Seriate.

Delightful Photos of 1940s Celebrities Walking Their Dogs in NYC

Actress Joan Roberts at Intermission from “Oklahoma” with Her English Bulldog “Goggles”, NYC, 1944 Metropolitan Opera’s Heldentenor Lauritz Melchoir and Wife with His Great Dane, NYC, 1944 Actress Joan Caulfield lifting West Highland terrier Witty, out from behind a hedge, while trying to take him for a walk on the street, NYC, 1944 New Yorkers have always loved their dogs, and the 1940s was no exception.

Feature Shoot Recommends: Top 10 Photo Events and Happenings in London (Mar. 23 – 29)

Landscape Painting © Slinkachu, Courtesy Andipa Contemporary EXHIBITION: Slinkachu: Miniaturesque, Andipa Contemporary, 162 Walton Street, 13 March – 11 April 2015 Artist Slinkachu constructs a fantasy realm in which miniature human figurines populate the small and inconspicuous corners of wilderness that remain within the city of London.