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Origins of a Nasty Woman
Dec 02, 2016
Origins of a Nasty Woman
By Rocio De Alba
ORIGINS OF A NASTY WOMAN In early 2016, I began this series as a continuation of an older project to explore what I refer to as "radical acceptance of death," by...
Future star
Dec 01, 2016
Future star
By Wilfredo Riera
Future star In Venezuela people have embraced baseball like a popular expression since 1895. Since that year, baseball has been the most important sport in the country,...
Album
Dec 01, 2016
Album
By Emily Schiffer
Drawing upon documentary images of my family, I create fictions that imply truth. These new narratives probe questions about intimacy and silence, youth and aging, cultural...
Eschatology
Nov 30, 2016
Eschatology
By Matthias Koch
Eschatology “It happened that a fire broke out backstage in a theater. The clown came out to inform the public. They thought it was a jest and applauded. He repeated his...
In the Shadow of the Vatican
Nov 29, 2016
In the Shadow of the Vatican
By Martina Albertazzi
I received a Catholic education, not because my parents were particularly religious, but more because the church was seen as the center of the community, a safe place where...
The Winter Dip
Nov 29, 2016
The Winter Dip
By Martina Albertazzi
It’s an early afternoon in central Beijing where the first snow hasn’t completely melted and a cold, sharp wind is blowing in from the north. A handful of men on motorbikes...
Mexico
Nov 24, 2016
Mexico
By Matthias Koch
Mexico is the most surrealistic country I have ever seen ... Read Matthias Koch's introduction to this project in German.
Hayley to Harrison: One Year
Nov 19, 2016
Hayley to Harrison: One Year
By Sara Swaty
Hayley to  Harrison : In Transition   Harrison  was still Hayley when we first met in a St. Louis high school  in 2006. I remember how we enjoyed...
Science & Conservation
Nov 19, 2016
Science & Conservation
By Jason Houston
Many of my stories are about more than just the issues, focusing on the science behind our understanding and the work being dones towards social and conservation solutions.
California's Independent Fishermen
Nov 19, 2016
California's Independent Fishermen
By Jason Houston
Photo library projects for Ecotrust and Communtiy Fisheries Network profiling independent fishermen in San Francisco and San Diego Callifornia.
The Parallel Crisis
Nov 19, 2016
The Parallel Crisis
By Yannis Karpouzis
The immobilized time itself ...It is not a fantasy, if by that we mean an Imaginary effect. Nor is it as such a Real object..It is even less the organ.. that it...
Cimarron
Nov 19, 2016
Cimarron
By Matthias Koch
But I don't want comfort. I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness. I want sin.” Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Maroons (from the Latin...
Metamorphosis
Nov 19, 2016
Metamorphosis
By Matthias Koch
Metamorphosis  is a biological process by which an animal physically develops after birth or hatching, involving a conspicuous and relatively abrupt...
Amazon's Isolated Tribes
Nov 19, 2016
Amazon's Isolated Tribes
By Jason Houston
Cover Story for Science Magazine A two part look at the social and environmental pressures on isolated tribes in the Alto Purús region in northwestern Peru. I am...
Animals of Green Chimneys
Nov 18, 2016
Animals of Green Chimneys
By Jason Houston
Annual Calendar and Book Commission by Green Chimneys For over ten years I have photographed the animals of Green Chimneys for a calendar series published by Scholastic. In...
EL Rincon, Colombia
Nov 18, 2016
EL Rincon, Colombia
By Jason Houston
Unpublished Comission for Conservation Organization, Rare Colombia is number two in the world in terms of biodiversity, but it’s not only nature that relies on the...
Ancón, Peru Story Pitch
Nov 18, 2016
Ancón, Peru Story Pitch
By Jason Houston
Independent Story Pitch Ancón is a coastal town 50kms north of Lima, Peru and a popular summer destination for weekend getaways to the beach. It also has a 5-8,000 year...
Just Be...
Nov 18, 2016
Just Be...
By Kevin J Mellis
Just Be... Humans are social creatures and socializing comes relatively easy for most people (there are some exceptions). Solitude is another matter. Solitude runs fairly...
Visual Diary
Nov 18, 2016
Visual Diary
By Matthias Koch
BLOCKS
Nov 18, 2016
BLOCKS
By Dustin Shum
Home in the Blocks Walking by a newly built public housing estate one day, I saw families happily moving into their new flats. The smiles on their faces were a stark...
In Between & Outside II
Nov 16, 2016
In Between & Outside II
By Sara Swaty
The idea of gender and its associated roles, responsibilities, and expectations has fascinated me for years. Mainstream culture and society impact how we as a people...
Fragments of Ferguson
Nov 16, 2016
Fragments of Ferguson
By Sara Swaty
Fragments of Ferguson  A series of individual stories told in pictures and words, exploring the real lives behind the public conversation surrounding the death of...
MARCO Data Portal
Nov 16, 2016
MARCO Data Portal
By Jason Houston
The Mid-Atlantic Ocean Data Portal is an online toolkit and resource center that consolidates available data and enables state, federal, and local users and the general public...
Near-Shore Artisanal Fisheries
Nov 16, 2016
Near-Shore Artisanal Fisheries
By Jason Houston
Images from mutliple projects along the Mesoamerican Reef, in the Sea of Cortez, Peru, Philippines, Seychelles and across the US looking at various issues related to fisheries.
moria (lesvos)
Nov 16, 2016
moria (lesvos)
By Charlotte Schmitz
2016 Moria, Lesvos EU hotspot and detention camp
la Puente
Nov 16, 2016
la Puente
By Charlotte Schmitz
2016 180 women are working in the biggest brothel in Machala, Ecuador. Nail polish on polaroid. - work in progress - 
handadventures
Nov 16, 2016
handadventures
By Sara Swaty
# handadventures is a long term visual diary that explores light, color, and gesture.   The hand acts as a canvas, an extension of self that communicates emotions through...
2016: Refugees crisis: Last days in Paris
Nov 15, 2016
2016: Refugees crisis: Last days in Paris
By guillaume Pinon
paris Black and White, Borders, Civil Rights, Documentary, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Street
South
Nov 13, 2016
South
By Matthias Koch
South is a noun, adjective, or adverb indicating direction or geography. It is one of the four cardinal directions or compass points. South is the polar opposite of north and is...
Selected Singles Portfolio
Nov 11, 2016
Selected Singles Portfolio
By Jason Houston
Selected recent favorite single images as a quick overview of my style and approach to making photographs.
American Folk
Nov 10, 2016
American Folk
By Lisa Elmaleh
Since 2010, I have been creating tintypes of musicians who play traditional American folk music in and around the Appalachian Mountains - West Virginia, Virginia, North...
2016: Refugees crisis: Bambinos, unaccompanied children
Nov 10, 2016
2016: Refugees crisis: Bambinos, unaccompanied children
By guillaume Pinon
Before the dismantling of Calais’ Jungle on the 24 th of October 2016, the estimated population was around 7000-8000 people. 1500 of them were unaccompanied children....
2016: Refugees crisis: Bambinos, the unaccompanied children.
Nov 10, 2016
2016: Refugees crisis: Bambinos, the unaccompanied children.
By guillaume Pinon
Before the dismantling of Calais’ Jungle on the 24 th of October 2016, the estimated population was around 7000-8000 people. 1500 of them were unaccompanied children....
Dualities
Nov 06, 2016
Dualities
By scott norris
Following my father’s death, I had the disorienting experience of registering his absence from the enduring landscapes that framed his life.  My response was to make...
Loose Squares
Nov 04, 2016
Loose Squares
By Jason Houston
We all love playing with our phones. I use mine (and compacts, etc.) to stay loose and just play with making images that don't have to mean as much as my commissions and...
Mid-Atlantic Fisheries
Nov 04, 2016
Mid-Atlantic Fisheries
By Jason Houston
Feature Story for Nature Conservancy  Magazine (Dec 2015/Jan 2016) Photo essay exploring the economic importance and cultural depth of fisheries in 5 states on...
Mining the Peruvian Highlands
Nov 04, 2016
Mining the Peruvian Highlands
By Jason Houston
A short assignment supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting exploring possible stories related to mining in the Peruvian Andes.
Caringo Island, Philippines
Nov 04, 2016
Caringo Island, Philippines
By Jason Houston
Exhibition and Unpublished Story Commission for Conservation Organization, Rare In September 2016 I spent three weeks in San Miguel Bay, Philippines. For about two of those...
Praise
Nov 04, 2016
Praise
By Michael Bonfigli
Michael! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for everything you did to make our wedding day extra special. Everything was perfect and we owe it all to you! You will...
çok güzelim, çok güzel
Nov 03, 2016
çok güzelim, çok güzel
By Charlotte Schmitz
 - I  am so beautiful, so beautiful - 2016 A fabulous dream world, full of aspiration to beauty and profiling: life is orientated to partner search, marriage and...
92
Nov 03, 2016
92
By Nadja Wohlleben
92 – Helga’s Disappearance My grandmother, Helga von Randow, was 92 years old when she was diagnosed with dementia. Shortly afterwards, she was admitted into a...
Street Workout Barcelona
Nov 03, 2016
Street Workout Barcelona
By Nadja Wohlleben
barcelona Action, Beachs, Calisthenics, Candid, Documentary, Photography, Photojournalism, Sports, Street, Street Workout, Travel, Youth
Twelve Hours
Nov 01, 2016
Twelve Hours
By Matthias Koch
From French, from Latin transire ‎(“to go across, pass in, pass through”), from trans ‎(“over”) + ire ‎(“to go”)
Structures
Nov 01, 2016
Structures
By Matthias Koch
Black and White, Candid, Conceptual, Erotic, Fine Art, Photography
Assignments & Features
Oct 28, 2016
Assignments & Features
By Julia Cybularz
Documentary, Editorial, Fine Art, Photography
Video
Oct 28, 2016
Video
By Julia Cybularz
Philadelphia Adolescence, Arts, Children, Disability, Documentary, Editorial, Family, Fine Art, Friends + Family, Health/Healing, Illness, Multimedia, Photography, Portraiture, Short Film, Sorrow, Teens, Women's Rights, Youth
Breaking the Girl
Oct 28, 2016
Breaking the Girl
By Julia Cybularz
Breaking the Girl, visually investigates the emotional and physical connections people have to their bodies and minds during times when their bodies fail them. The images...
TRANSLATINA
Oct 28, 2016
TRANSLATINA
By joana toro
This project is about the Latino Trans community in New York City.  The Latin transgender community suffers from high levels of discrimination that include racism and...
Life at the Top
Oct 24, 2016
Life at the Top
By Adrián Domínguez
THE SECRET OF TIBETAN'S SUCCESS LIES WITH ANCESTORS WHO WERE NOT QUITE HUMAN Researches have known for a while that many people alive today carry genes from human species...
A Portrait of Rural America
Oct 22, 2016
A Portrait of Rural America
By Dana Ullman
Diversity is not something one thinks of in Twin Falls, Idaho, a town to the left of center in America’s Heartland. Juan Fregoso, 59, drives around the dairy farm he has...
Music
Oct 22, 2016
Music
By Anja Matthes
Afro Punk Fest, alternative rock, anja matthes, Arts, Black and White, DJ Ming, electronica, Emotion, folk music, Grace Jones, indian classical music, Juri Member, Karsh Kale, Ming, Music, Portraiture, rock, rock 'n'roll, The Charcoal Sunset, world music
Conditions
Oct 21, 2016
Conditions
By scott norris
I am interested in the expressive potential of grouped images presented as a single picture. Hybrid images violate the expectation that photography is about seeing and...
Media
Oct 18, 2016
Media
By Dustin Shum
Past interviews or reportage of my exhibitions from various printed media. Please click to enlarge. 
The Forgotten People
Oct 17, 2016
The Forgotten People
By Nathalie Bertrams
The Forgotten People An estimated 450.000 stateless Palestinians live in Lebanon, descendants of the refugees who were seeking shelter from the 1948 Arab-Israeli war but...
Tearsheets, etc
Oct 16, 2016
Tearsheets, etc
By Jason Houston
Jason Houston specializes in stories related to environmental conservation, exploring issues from the perspective of human communities and culture. Water, fisheries, fire,...
Southern Rockies Wildland Fire Module
Oct 16, 2016
Southern Rockies Wildland Fire Module
By Jason Houston
Cover Story for Nature Conservancy  Magazine (Aug/Sept 2016) In spring of 2015, after a year of negotiation with The Nature Conservancy, I began training and was...
Georgia
Oct 15, 2016
Georgia
By Robb Hill
I live in Georgia now. As I travel around the state I think about the rich visual and literary history the covers everything like kudzu. In many ways Faulkner's famous...
HomeLands
Oct 15, 2016
HomeLands
By Robb Hill
I believe land makes people who they are. The relationship you have with the land you’re on sets the cornerstone of your being. It doesn’t matter if you live in a small...
Rooted
Oct 14, 2016
Rooted
By Lisa Elmaleh
Environmental, Landscape, Photography
Daily Self Portrait 2012-2013
Oct 13, 2016
Daily Self Portrait 2012-2013
By Lisa Elmaleh
Between March 25, 2012, and March 25, 2013, I made a self portrait daily using my 8x10 camera.  To see more, please e-mail me at lisaelmaleh@gmail.com .
Lonesome Valley
Oct 13, 2016
Lonesome Valley
By Lisa Elmaleh
Beatty, Navada Landscape, Photography
Caribbean Illusion
Oct 12, 2016
Caribbean Illusion
By tommaso rada
Caribbean Illusion In 1941 in Tuscany, between Livorno and Cecina, nearby a small village namedRosignano, Solvay built a factory for the production of chemical products...
Blood & Sand
Oct 12, 2016
Blood & Sand
By tommaso rada
The bulls have always been a key figure in the human culture. They appear in cave paintings estimated to be up to 17,000 years old. The mythic Bull of the Heavens plays a role...
The Last Forest
Oct 12, 2016
The Last Forest
By tommaso rada
Mozambique always had a big area of forest. Today this area is decreasing quickly due to the high level of deforestation. The causes of this deforestation are: the fires used...
The Last Elephant Standing
Oct 12, 2016
The Last Elephant Standing
By tommaso rada
The forestall concession of Mr. Jacob J. Von Landsberg is 4 hours far from Pemba in the north of Mozambique, and the place once was the sanctuary of Mozambican Elephant. Mr...
The Latest
Oct 12, 2016
The Latest
By tommaso rada
The latest “The Latest” is journey in the lower Portuguese social class, the struggle that 3millions of Portuguese live every day, the 30% of Portuguese...
Forgotten Soldiers
Oct 12, 2016
Forgotten Soldiers
By tommaso rada
Document1 In the 1961 Portugal, governed by the dictator Salazar, started a war in one of hiscolony, Angola. Soon problems emerge also in the others African Colonies,...
Born to Fly
Oct 12, 2016
Born to Fly
By tommaso rada
Pigeons are the oldest domesticated bird in history. Racing Pigeon were used until Second World War as couriers for messages but several military corps as the Portuguese one...
Domestic Border - Portugal—Spain
Oct 12, 2016
Domestic Border - Portugal—Spain
By tommaso rada
We live in a time of changes; the communication changes, the ways in which people interact changes, the time and the ways to reach places changes, and finally the space and the...
The Invisible Wall
Oct 12, 2016
The Invisible Wall
By tommaso rada
The Rhodope Mountains are still there like when Alexander the Great was crossing them, planning the construction of his Empire. Impervious and mysterious, the Rhodope are...
Rapa das Bestas
Oct 12, 2016
Rapa das Bestas
By Adrián Domínguez
Once upon a time two sisters offered to San Lorenzo, patron of the parish, two mares -bestas- of property if defending them of pest contagion ( the legend of the...
Domestic Borders - The Danube Isn't Blue
Oct 12, 2016
Domestic Borders - The Danube Isn't Blue
By tommaso rada
The Danube is not blue anymore, it carries the history and the consequences of the human actions: communist regimes, violent revolutions and, particularly, industrial and...
WeLand
Oct 10, 2016
WeLand
By Adrián Domínguez
WeLAND: NEWCOMERS IBERIAN LANDS HAS MOST DEPOPULATED VILLAGES OF EU; ACTUALLY SOME PEOPLE ARE RELOCATING IN THESE AREAS, THEY ARE SO-CALLED « NEO-RURALS»....
Conservation Journal
Oct 07, 2016
Conservation Journal
By Jason Houston
Independent Exhibition and Presentation I have been photographing environmental issues in the places where people and nature intersect for over 10 years. This collection and...
Naija, you dey kolo
Oct 06, 2016
Naija, you dey kolo
By Nathalie Bertrams
Nigeria Black and White, Documentary, Fine Art, Nigeria, Photography
Girl Anachronism
Oct 01, 2016
Girl Anachronism
By Rocio De Alba
GIRL ANACHRONISM 2007-2016 Experts say by the time we are three years old, hippocampus, a portion of the brain that stores memories, has adequately matured to...
ATLANTES
Sep 28, 2016
ATLANTES
By Alvaro Laiz
Goose-barnacle fishermen, called perce-beiros, risk injury and death daily in their quest for per-cebes on Galicia’s northwestern coast, Costa da Morte.It’s a dangerous...
Memory Books
Sep 28, 2016
Memory Books
By Alvaro Laiz
In Uganda, by the beginning of the nineties, corpses kept piling up in the morgues and nobody knew what was going on. During the days when it seemed like hope had escaped that...
Speed Demon
Sep 28, 2016
Speed Demon
By Dustin Shum
Speed Demon is an ongoing visual investigation of the high speed rail system in China. I focus on the living environment along the railways, showing how the system has...
Cold Disaster
Sep 19, 2016
Cold Disaster
By Adrián Domínguez
The 17th of january of 1966 a B-52 with four nuclear bombs made refueling maneuvers on Spanish soil, colliding with the tanker aircraft it was an explosion and the...
Running the Standstill
Sep 15, 2016
Running the Standstill
By Rubén E. Reyes
Running the Standstill Running the Standstill is a project about the Rarámuri of northern Mexico on the challenges they are facing after being secluded for 400 years,...
Zarghona, In Her Own Words
Sep 15, 2016
Zarghona, In Her Own Words
By Gloriann Liu
I’ve seen a lot during my 13 years photographing in Afghanistan. War, poverty, sadness, and despair. They all blatantly exist and you see it on every corner of every street....
2016: Demonstration in Paris
Sep 14, 2016
2016: Demonstration in Paris
By guillaume Pinon
paris Action, Activism, Confrontation, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Street, Workers' Rights
2016: REFUGEES CRISIS: LIFE IN HORGOS TRANSIT ZONE
Sep 14, 2016
2016: REFUGEES CRISIS: LIFE IN HORGOS TRANSIT ZONE
By guillaume Pinon
HORGOS Borders, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism
holy cow
Sep 13, 2016
holy cow
By Carolina Arantes
Having been – for more than a thousand year – a sacred animal in Hinduism, the Zebu has it’s own cult in a lively capitalist occidental country, being admired,...
From Sand to Ash
Sep 12, 2016
From Sand to Ash
By Shin Woong-jae
The Semiconductor. It’s the backbone of the digital era. CPU in PC, memory chip in mobile phone and even display unit in TV, semiconductors invisibly sustain our daily lives...
O'ahu (Work in Progress)
Sep 12, 2016
O'ahu (Work in Progress)
By Phillip Jung
Steering clear of pre-fab assumptions disseminated by the tourist industry, I turn my camera to the relationship between the people who inhabit O'ahu and the sacred landscape...
Early August. Late September
Sep 07, 2016
Early August. Late September
By Juan Rodríguez Morales
Holidays has begun, August starts in the calendar and we all run to the beach searching for sun, sea and fun. Our bags are full of swimsuits, bikinis, sandals, sunscreen and...
Bauhaus '15
Sep 07, 2016
Bauhaus '15
By Geraldine Hope Ghelli
This project began as an assignment for a workshop with environmental photographer James Delano. Beatrice and Alessio live in a section of an abandoned water park they...
take me to jermany
Sep 03, 2016
take me to jermany
By Charlotte Schmitz
2016
scenes
Sep 03, 2016
scenes
By Charlotte Schmitz
2014 People had sex here. I went there with my polaroid camera. - University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hanover
how much do you love erdoğan?
Sep 03, 2016
how much do you love erdoğan?
By Charlotte Schmitz
»He is a saviour for our country. He is our commander. He is our life, our blood, our homeland, our everything Thanks to him we can keep our head scarf and we can go out. And...
WEED: The Story of Charlotte's Tangled Web
Sep 02, 2016
WEED: The Story of Charlotte's Tangled Web
By Jennifer Kaczmarek
WEED: The Story of Charlotte’s Tangled Web centers on the lives of those suffering from different debilitating ailments that are fighting for the option to have medical...
On the way of Rojava
Aug 30, 2016
On the way of Rojava
By Giacomo Sini
Project Summary: The project wants firstly describe the difficult life of the kurds inside territories where they live, wherein there is a continuous context of war....
Bikers Saviors
Aug 30, 2016
Bikers Saviors
By Martina Albertazzi
On  the night of August 24th, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake hit central Italy, leaving 290 people dead and more than 2000 without a home. Amatrice, a town of about 2600...
Narrative Landscape - Santa Fe
Aug 29, 2016
Narrative Landscape - Santa Fe
By Robb Hill
Robb Hill wants you to expand your notion of landscape photography. To this end, his workshop combines...
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