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Photographers Deb Young and Francisco Diaz were both enamored with animals as children, Diaz with his dogs and Young with the cows and chickens raised by her family on the hilly New Zealand landscape.
Mari © Richard Phibbs Cosita © Richard Phibbs Photographer Richard Phibbs met Cosita at Humane Society of New York.
In the heart of Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka, lies the infamous city of Hazaribagh, a densely populated and deeply polluted land.
An old woman is washing her hair, with flies all over her body, at Dhapa waste dumping ground, Kolkata, India.
In the words of her friend Arvida Byström, London photographer Valerie Phillips always shoots “with the nerve of a photographer who just got their first camera.” Her most recent book, Another Girl Another Planet, is a personal collection of treasured pictures made with her many female muses throughout the course of fifteen years, including Byström, who lovingly penned the foreword.
Janice Chung is a Korean-American photographer who was raised in Queens, New York. She was brought up in a large Korean-American community, and notes her influence by the culture: “I learned to show respect for my elders and grew a desire to support my family.” However, her chosen path was different from the accepted narrative of her community: she became an artist.
We’ve interviewed dozens of photographers about their choice to use Squarespace to build their own websites.
Many believe that constructive criticism can be greatly beneficial; we learn from feedback of others and are thus able to better our artistic output.
Peasant family in Mirashkani, Georgia Farm girl in Mirashkani When the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991, Georgia suffered a severe economic downturn which has left over half the population unemployed.
When he moved to Brasilia in 2014, photographer Gustavo Minas couldn’t help but feel alienated. The city felt prone to separate; he didn’t like its open spaces and unwalkable roads, and the way people seemed to always be in their cars made him feel disconnected.
Rusty Wiles isn’t like the other photographers I’ve interviewed in that his life doesn’t revolve around photography.
At the Jokulsarlon Lagoon in Iceland, California photographer Aaron Fallon says the hours overlap and blur.
© Tina Fey the French Bulldog © Mochi the Shiba Inu Anyone who has ever known a dog understands that a dog’s life is beautiful for its simplicity.
“I just took pictures, always finding some beauty in the dark side,” Belgian photographer MagLau says of his three year documentation of fetish parties throughout Europe (Brussels, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam) and Japan (Tokyo).
Afro Sunrise No. 2 Funtunfunefu-Denkyemfunefu According to Philadelphia photographer Shawn Theodore aka xST, “Color is everything.” His street portraits, made throughout his travels in historically African American neighborhoods in Philly, Los Angeles, Baltimore, LA, and Oakland, are collaborations between the photographer and anyone he finds beautiful.
© Katrin Eismann As the owner of Foley Gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Michael Foley has curated his numerous exhibitions, but there’s one show that always surprises him: the thesis exhibition for the Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography program at New York City’s School of Visual Arts.
“I’ve never been to Miami, Florida” says Berlin-based photographer Maxime Ballesteros, preparing us for his latest series Dialogue du Sourd.
When we asked a bunch of acclaimed photographers to divulge to us the biggest mistake in their careers, one gave us a rather unlikely answer: not backing up her work.
Florence, Texas Georgetown, Texas Jason Weingart was there when the the widest tornado ever recorded struck El Reno, Oklahoma in May of 2013, the same one that killed three researchers.
Lake Altus-Lugert, Altus, Oklahoma, July 2013 © Andrew Williams Earth Not Ours is a series by photographer Andrew Williams, made in collaboration with the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).