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This Photographer's Travel Diary Has an Important Point to Make - Feature Shoot

When Oakland photographer Cheryl Faux told us about the lack of black female representation in travel advertising, she suggested we do a simple …

Photography

Photos of Captive Animals That Will Stay With You After You Look Away - Feature Shoot

Photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur met Mykoliukas the baboon at one of the many zoos she’s visited over the last decade. As she passed, his hands …

Wildlife

Coming of Age as a Girl in Gaza, in Photos - Feature Shoot

When the Istanbul-based photojournalist Monique Jaques traveled to Gaza in 2012, she expected to see evidence of violence and war, and she did. But …

Gaza

12 Photos That Will Make You Yearn for the American West - Feature Shoot

Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap a year ago as a way to connect photographers around the world. It’s open to everyone, and as of this moment, …

Photography

Dogs in Bed with Humans Photographed by Lisa Strömbeck - Feature Shoot

Several years ago, I saw the work <i>Uniform</i> by Lisa Strömbeck, based in Copenhagen, Denmark and Borrby, Sweden, when it appeared on Feature Shoot. The …

Animals

This Skillshare Class Made Me Want to Be a Photographer (Sponsored) - Feature Shoot

Street Photography: Capture the Life of Your City<p>An Online Skillshare Class by trashhand<p>I signed up for Skillshare, an online community of more than …

Street Photography

Words & Pictures Collide in Teju Cole's New Book - Feature Shoot

<i>Teju Cole, Brienzersee, June 2014.<br>Archival pigment print, printed 2017.</i> <i><br>Description:</i> <i><br>I opened my eyes. What lay before me looked like the sound of the</i> …

Juliette Binoche

Revisiting the Civil Rights Movement in New Photo Book by Steve Schapiro - Feature Shoot

James Baldwin penned fire to purify truth and liberate it from the lies that have clouded United States history ever since Thomas Jefferson wrote The …

Black History

Submit to the 2017 'It's Amazing Out There' Photo Contest for a Chance at $15,000 (Sponsored) - Feature Shoot

<b>Only one week left to enter! Submit your work by August 7th for a chance at $15,000 and other prizes!</b><p>In the last year, you might have encountered …

Photography

Instagram Hashtags for Documentary Photographers - Feature Shoot

For years now, photo editors, curators, and brands have turned to Instagram to search for talented photographers. The key to those searches is often …

Photography

Photos of Lonely Strangers in the Streets of NYC at Night - Feature Shoot

“The people in the photos are all strangers,” NYC photographer and filmmaker Daniel Soares tells us, “And I make up these stories in my head, about …

Photography

On Lake Chad, People Are Living on One Meal a Day - Feature Shoot

Not so long ago, Lake Chad was one of the largest bodies of water in Africa. The thick reeds and vital wetlands around its basin provided vast …

Nigeria

Photos of a Strange and Beautiful Australian Mining Town - Feature Shoot

In 2008, French photographer Antoine Bruy spent a year in Australia. When he returned home, he planned to bring with him more than a hundred rolls of …

Australia

Photographer seeks solitude in some of the world's remotest wildernesses - Feature Shoot

Nature is beautiful, though also capable of arousing fear in those who have settled in densely populated areas where comfort is found in numbers and …

Photography

Heartfelt Photos of a Father Near the End of His Life - Feature Shoot

In April 2014, Japanese photographer Shin Noguchi took a picture of his father. A doctor had recently diagnosed 83-year-old with Stage IV Lung …

Photography

This Is What Dinnertime Looks Like in Different Households - Feature Shoot

“I’m super nosy about people’s habits,” Milwaukee photographer Lois Bielefeld admits. “I’ve always craved going into people’s homes- it’s inspiring, …

Photography

Photos of a Changing Landscape, Inspired by the Western Meadowlark - Feature Shoot

In 1994, MTV’s Karen Duffy made the trip to the least-visited state in America, a snow-covered North Dakota, to find answers. When she asked …

Road Trips

See the Emerging Photography Awards Exhibition at United Photo Industries - Feature Shoot

Every year for the last three years, the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards have culminated in an exhibition at United Photo Industries in …

Photography

These recovered bullets convey the destructive power of guns - Feature Shoot

No, these are not withered flowers or unearthed minerals, nor masterful brushstrokes.<p>“Each one of these images is of a bullet—the vast majority of …

Guns

Introducing Fresh New Website Templates for Summer (Sponsored) - Feature Shoot

Summer has always meant three things for photographers: Beautiful light, new places, and more hours in the day to spend capturing them. Thanks to the …

Web Design

Photographer Tells Stories of Women Across Rural India - Feature Shoot

<i>Japiyammal, 34, sells dry fish to make a living for her family. She also received a notice to vacate her home. After 50 years, the government</i> …

India

Photographer conveys the loneliness of ex-prisoners in Kazakhstan - Feature Shoot

Despite the universal appeal of freedom, acclimatising to life post-incarceration is no easy task. Some might question whether ex-prisoners are …

Photography

Drugs, Poop, and Harpoon Attacks: One Photographer's Crazy Life - Feature Shoot

When I first wrote about photographer Benoit Paillé last year, it seemed as though he was in a different place every time I emailed him. “I’m always …

Campers

Masahisa Fukase’s Landmark Photo Book Gets Republished - Feature Shoot

Any artist with a muse understands this person’s importance in their creative process. And if that muse is your wife, for example, the connection …

Art

Call for Submissions: The First Ever Print Swap Exhibition at Photoville - Feature Shoot

Last year, Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap in order to connect photographers from all over the globe. The concept is simple: Everyone is …

Publishing

This Is What NYC Would Look Like In the Wake of a Flood - Feature Shoot

The opening shot of Two°C – New-York City, a short film by Claire & Max, looks a bit like a Hiroshi Sugimoto photograph: serene tranquil water meets …

Paris Agreement

Thievery in the Redwood Forests of Humboldt County, California - Feature Shoot

The redwood trees of Northern Pacific Coast are among the oldest living things on earth, with life spans that average 1,200 to 1,800 years. Also …

Nature

18 New Topographics Photos That Could Have Been Made in the 1970s - Feature Shoot

Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap one year ago to connect photographers around the globe. Since then, more than twenty thousand photographers …

Photography

Photographer Chris Burkard on Conservation, Fearlessness, and Sony Cameras (Sponsored) - Feature Shoot

Photographer Chris Burkard has navigated frozen waters, survived rugged waves, and walked beaches so remote they don’t have names. He’s smiled his …

Photography

Haunting Images from 'Poland's Rust Belt' - Feature Shoot

“In the communist era, Upper Silesia was the promised land,” Polish photographer Tomasz Liboska told us of the place he’s called home for ten years. …

Photography