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From Boy to Man: Samuel Fosso’s Journey Through Self-Portraits

At the tender age of 13, Samuel Fosso set up Studio Photo Nationale, and began his career as a photographer. The year was 1975, and Fosso was working …

Art

See 40 Landscapes from The Print Swap at Black Eye Gallery

Since Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap, a worldwide project for photographers who want to share their work with one another, we’ve had repeated …

Photography

Electric Portraits Touch on the Nuances of the African Diaspora

Philadelphia-based photographer Shawn Theodore has had an incredibly inspiring and productive year– between a successful exhibition in Philadelphia …

Art

Behind-the-Scenes with Multi-Talented Photographer Caylon Hackwith (Sponsored)

Caylon Hackwith doesn’t have just one job title. He’s a photographer, an art director, a photo editor, a cinematographer. He straddles fine art and …

Squarespace

The Sorrow and Grace of Abandoned Cats, in Photos

“I remember having the clear feeling that I was taking photos of people,” Italian photographer Sabrina Boem tells me of her first encounter with …

Cats

A Look at Emerging Photography Coming Out of Russia

Each of the ten photographers included AMPLITUDE No.1 has twenty-eight pages to share their perspective, their experience, their vision. AMPLITUDE is …

Russia

The Grace & Magic of Rural Living, in Photos

Last summer, Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap, a worldwide project for photographers. Here’s how it works: you can submit by tagging your photos …

Great Depression

Mysterious Photos Inspire Us to Get Lost At Sea

The pictures in <i>At Sea</i>, now on view at Panopticon Gallery in Boston, leave us feeling adrift. The ocean is endless, and when people do appear, they …

Moby Dick

Painful, Beautiful, Unforgettable Photos from the ACT UP Community

In May of 1988, the great activist Vito Russo gave his speech ‘Why We Fight’ at an ACT UP (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) demonstration. …

Art

A New Creative Collective for the Digital Age

The rise of the digital age brought along with it a newer appreciation for photography, storytelling and other creative endeavors. Additionally, the …

Digital Age

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at ‘Terrorist Rehab’ in Saudi Arabia

In May of last year, Cairo photographer David Degner and Swiss journalist Monika Bolliger traveled to the Al-Ha’ir Prison in Saudi Arabia to see the …

Middle East

The ‘Illegal’ Project Sheds Light on the LGBT Community of Nigeria

The new generations of African creatives have been able to offer a more authentic, accurate and multifaceted version of Africans who, despite their …

LGBTQ

These ‘State-Approved’ Photos from North Korea Reveal a Complex Truth

Meticulously choreographed military parades. Strident news announcements on state television. Missile tests presided over by a grinning Kim Jong Un. …

North Korea

A Poetic Reminder of What Korea Used to Be Like

Described by ICP curator Christopher Phillips as “the long-lost Korean cousin of Magnum photographers such as Henri-Cartier Bresson” is the lesser …

Korean Peninsula

A Photographer and Her Muse Re-Stage History’s Iconic Photos

In the beginning, <i>Looking for Masters in Ricardo’s Golden Shoes</i> was just a game played by a pair of old friends, the French artist Catherine Balet and …

Photography

Changing the Way the World Sees Africa, in Photos

Montreal-based photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga, who was born and raised in Gabon, recently asked an auditorium of people at the University of …

Haunting Photos from a Make-Believe World

<b>No Goodbye</b><p><i>Her eyes once filled with joy</i> <i><br>Until he said, ‘Why not a boy?’</i><p><i>She followed in her childlike trance</i> <i><br>Waiting for a loving look, or a backward</i> …

15 Exhibitions, Panels, & Events You Shouldn’t Miss at Photoville 2017

Now in its sixth year, Photoville by United Photo Industries opens Wednesday, September 13th, at Brooklyn Bridge Park. The massive (and free) event …

The Eerie Phenomenon of Numbers Stations, in Photos

No world government has ever confirmed the use of numbers stations, but none have flatly denied it either. The stations date back to the Cold War, …

Lee Deigaard Photographs the Backs of Horses as Landscapes

I had featured the work of New Orleans artist Lee Deigaard a few years ago, and I was so excited when I learned she’d be at the Living With Animals …

Landscape Photography

Ordinary Scenes from the Extra-Terrestrial Landscape of the American Southwest

In his series <i>The Fire in the Freezer</i>, Tucson, Arizona artist Serge J-F. Levy documents “the small happenings of life and the ordinary scenes in the …

This Photographer Is a Professional Globetrotter (Sponsored)

So far this summer, photographer Rhiannon Taylor has sipped wine on a balcony while looking out over Sydney Harbour Bridge, dined on hot and sour …

Call for Submissions: The Print Swap Comes to Black Eye Gallery in Sydney!

In a digital world, physical photographic prints are precious.<p>Since Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap earlier this year, it has continued to grow …

Marvin E. Newman’s Spellbinding “City of Lights”

Now in his 89th year, American photographer Marvin E. Newman is receiving his due as one of the finest street photographers of the twentieth century. …

65 Photos from The Print Swap Are Coming to Photoville!

Last year, Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap, a way to connect photographers around the world. The rules are simple: anyone can submit by using …

An imagined elderly couple reflect on the dreams that went unfulfilled

Annabel Oosteweeghel was walking near her house in Noordwijk, a small coastal town in the Netherlands, when she stumbled upon a perfectly-maintained …

Old Age

The Architecture of Hong Kong As You’ve Never Seen It Before

Over the last few years, the dense, vertical architecture of Hong Kong has enchanted many photographers. Michael Wolf and Greer Muldowney studied the …

An eerie journey through the peripheries of Vilnius

“I support the idea that all photography is fiction” writes Vilnius-based photographer Simas Lin, “Every image is a visual expression of one’s …

Enter The 2017 PhotogrVphy Grant for a Chance at $1000

PhotogrVphy Magazine established the annual $1000 PhotogrVphy Grant to support photographers working across genres around the world. Every year, they …

These Aerial Photos Will Make You See Famous Landscapes in a New Way

Three years ago, a GoPro photograph of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, went viral and changed the course of Henry Do‘s …