Out on her partner’s ranch in remote Montana, Lauren Grabelle documents her surroundings with a bite, picturing life as it is lived in wilderness, bordered by mountains and shared with a variety of beasts
For centuries, across specialties, women photographers have shown great mastery and passion for the art and study of photography. The global community of women imagemakers is also often an inspiring force for good. From sharing supportive messages on Twit
In honor of Women’s History Month, we connected with a few PhotoShelter members who we’re proud to work with. These seven women photographers are offering their thoughts on representation in the photo industry and introducing us to the peers they admire most.
Sometimes I think the idea that we are being "watched" is a little like being on social media. At first there is that uncomfortable feeling of being exposed to those who are unfamiliar and then one becomes used to having their lives on display. With surve
In the late 1990’s I slipped anonymously into a job in the surveillance department at one of the largest casinos in the world. There I found myself with over 800 cameras at my fingertips, unlimited video recording abilities, and at the push of a button the option to “print” a frame seen on the monitor before me while searching remotely for human indiscretions. I became Photographer X.