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Street Photographs Captured with a Pinhole Camera Strapped to the Face

Some street photographers like to operate stealthily, while others are bold and confrontational. Very few will look as strange as Nicholas Williams …

ALIVE - Photographs and text by Hak Kim | LensCulture

“ALIVE” is my personal concept to reveal the intimate memory of old photos and usual objects entrusted to me by local Cambodian families, forty years after the Khmer Rouge regime.<p>Since I was a young boy, in Cambodia, I have often listened to my parents, siblings, and relatives as they shared their …

MH17, The Martyr Flight - Photographs by Capucine Granier-Deferre | LensCulture

On July 17, 2014, a Malaysian airlines flight MH17 was en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The Boeing 777 had chosen to take a flight route through the conflict-heavy region of Eastern Ukraine. Although there had been warnings made by several international aviation agencies, the flight space …

Wistful Portraits Capture the Magic and Melancholy of Imaginary Friends

For <i>Doppelgänger</i>, French photographer Julie de Waroquier carries the childhood phenomenon of the imaginary friend into grown-up world, narrating a …

Fragile Minds: Inside an Iranian Mental Hospital

The following images were taken in a central Tehran mental hospital between June and December 2012: Many patients in the<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Abbas …

Easily Distracted By Noise? You Might Just Be A Creative Genius

What did Charles Darwin, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Marcel Proust all have in common? Besides being creative geniuses, they shared an odd quirk: The luminaries were abnormally sensitive to noise, and often required solitude to work.<p>Proust, for instance, rarely left his one-bedroom apartment in …

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