Deconstructing the Visual Language of Group Photography – Feature Shoot In Amonth Others: Photography and the Group, now on view at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York through August 18, 2019, Joel Smith, the Morgan’s Richard L. Menschel Curator brings together more than 60 works from the 1860s through the present that explore […]
Down by the Hudson – The Leica camera Blog Caleb Stein’s humanistic pictures celebrate summer, the community and a place that had captured his heart.
A personal journey through modern Iraqi Kurdistan Photojournalist Sebastian Meyer weaves his documentary photography of a conflicted region with his own heartbreaking journey of friendship and loss.
Juxtapoz Magazine – Marco Marzocchi Reevaluates His Whole Family History in New Book Marco Marzocchi’s photography is the search for people, atmospheres and places of the past that mix with the present in order to define it and make sense of it. It is beauty in everyday simplicity and in those small details that hide […]
Margeaux Walter – Believe Me « burn magazine As I navigate a world of surveillance cameras, drones, social media, “smart” phones, and facial recognition software, I find myself in a constant struggle with both visibility and invisibility. Anonymity is becoming harder, yet so is being seen. “Believe Me,” a title inspired by Trump’s most frequently […]
Grayson Morrow: Day in the Life sessions – The Leica camera Blog With her Leica CL in hand, Grayson Morrow slips into the everyday life of US American families
Scenes from A Pivotal Era in the Gentrification of Miami Beach – Feature Shoot British photographer and filmmaker Barry Lewis was in the mix, documenting the early years of gentrification in his new book Miami Beach 1988-1995 (Hoxton Mini Press). His photographs bring us back to a pivotal time in the city’s history, when the […]
Manmade Patterns and Uncanny Shadows Photographed From Above by JP and Mike Andrews | Colossal U.K.-based brothers JP and Mike Andrews began taking aerial photographs of the Earth after a year-long trip experiencing the incredible landscapes found in the Australian Outback. Using a drone, the pair have continued to capture natural and manmade scenes across […]
Hubert Barre – Le Quartier St. Antoine « burn magazine Ah matočka, they are really poor! And what a mess! But it is hardly surprising: the whole family lives in a single room, divided by small screens, for their decency.
Everyday Life’s Value – The Leica camera Blog With a pinch of humour, French photographer Nathanaël Fournier captures delightful pictures of life on the street
“Food is the new rock’n’roll”! We interviewed legendary music photographer and cook extraordinaire, Kerstin Rodgers – Feature Shoot If you like music, it’s very likely that you’ve seen the work of Kerstin Rodgers, one of the prime documentarians of the punk scene in London and one of the most influential rock’n’roll photographers of all time.
Juxtapoz Magazine – Taken From Memory: 25 Years of Photographs by Sheron Rupp Taken From Memory is the result of a 25-year long-time project by American photographer Sheron Rupp. Searching for connections to her own biographical past, Rupp took these photographs in rural America looking to find a piece of someone elses life to give […]
Denis Defibaugh: North by Nuuk, Greenland after Kent | LENSCRATCH Projects featured over the next several days were selected from our most recent call-for-submissions. I was able to interview each of these individuals to gain further insight into the bodies of work they shared. Today, we are looking at the series North by Nuuk, Greenland after Kent, […]
Steve Davis – Pride in America Pride in America is a loose-knit series of images taken from the mid 1970’s to the mid 1980’s. Most of the images were created in northern Idaho by a young man bent on chronicling his friends and events. We were the Idaho punk pioneers, or so we thought. We have mostly […]
Hannes Jung – How is life? « burn magazine My story “How is Life?” is not just about photography. I worked together with the protagonists and asked them to write down their personal story. These statements (see the captions) are an essential part of this project. I photograph life not death because death cannot be […]
Juxtapoz Magazine – Interview: Shane Lavalette’s Photographic Journey Across Switzerland American photographer Shane Lavalettes latest project, Still (Noon), is a photographic journey across Switzerland and meditation on history and the transformative power of time. Invited to participate in a group exhibition titled “Unfamiliar Familiarities. Outside Views on Switzerland,” Lavalette dove into the archives of Swiss […]
A journey to the frontlines of the fight for animal rights – Feature Shoot The photojournalist Aitor Garmendia stands outside a farm in Italy, accompanied by investigators from the animal rights group Essere Animali. Inside, there are thousands of pigs, all bred and raised for meat. It’s the dead of night. All is silent. There […]
Announcing the Winners of #ThePrintSwap Show at FOLEY Gallery in NYC – Feature Shoot Feature Shoot’s worldwide project The Print Swap will return to Manhattan for our summer exhibition at the renowned FOLEY Gallery. Opening for one night only on July 23rd, this show features thirty photographs, each selected by the gallery owner Michael Foley […]
Arles 2019 : MYOP For the second consecutive year, the photographers of Agence MYOP will occupy an abandoned school in the heart of the old city, for the duration of the professional week of the Rencontres d’Arles.
Juxtapoz Magazine – ‘Found’: Unpublished Photographs From National Geographic National Geographic published its first issue in 1888, over 130 years ago. This is an incredible timespan for any publication, but you have to wonder where does all the content go? To honor their 125th anniversary National Geographic released Found, a curated collection of photography from […]