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Congratulations to photographer Valerio Geraci (@valeriogeraci), whose image 'Don't wait for me, I can't come' has been selected to be a part of Feature Shoot's 2nd Print Swap! The Print Swap is a chance for photographers to collect art and engage with one another around the globe. 100 winners will be chosen by Feature Shoot Founder Alison Zavos to both give and receive a print. @kenallenstudios will take care of the printing, and we will cover shipping costs. There is no fee to apply, but if you are chosen as a winner, there is a one-time cost of $40 to participate. Photographers are invited to submit by tagging your photos with #theprintswap. Details at www.theprintswap.com. // #photocontest #kodak #filmisnotdead #filmcommunity #analog

Raw Street Portraits Of 1950s Rebels In NYC

Dave Heath's moody photography perfectly captured the rebellious spirit of American youth in the 1950s. Rather than conform to the American Dream, …

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Farming

America, The Beautiful - Photographs by David Graham | LensCulture

What is it about the American landscape that has captivated photographers for so many decades? From Robert Frank’s still seminal road trips across the country, to the countless efforts that have followed (and, of course, preceded his work), there is something about the breadth, width and intensity …

Photography

In Syria: Four Years of War

For more than four years now, Syrians have endured the loss and hardship caused by a protracted civil war. Nearly four million Syrians have fled the country, filling refugee camps in neighboring countries. Fierce fighting still goes on daily, with battles between Syrian government forces and a …

Middle East

Magical, Otherworldly Grecian Landscapes Take Us Back in Time

For <i>In Landscapes</i>, Athens-based photographer Petros Koublis captures the sprawling countryside that envelops the Greek capital, uncovering the …

Nature Photography

Dave Jordano Photographs a Gritty but Hopeful Detroit

Dave Jordano is a fine-art and advertising photographer based in Chicago. His series Detroit – Unbroken Down is an ongoing long term examination of …

Photographer Shows Us a Day in the Life of Single Elderly Women in NYC

For <i>Life Ever After</i>, New York City-based photographer Patrícia Monteiro chronicles the vibrant lifestyles of four widowed or single women aged 86 to …

Disability

Magical Photos Capture the Wonders and Sorrows of Childhood in Rural France

For <i>Close to Home/Autumn</i>, photographer Andie Wilkinson captures the changing of the seasons in and around her house and its neighboring farm areas in …

Unseen America: Alec Soth’s Haunting Road Trips

Alec Soth’s photographs of Americans and American life don’t have captions. Babies, children, lamps, suitcases: every picture enticingly invites you …

16,000 Flowers Become A Living Sculpture

London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law creates ephemeral sculptures from living flowers.<p>It's raining roses, carnations, and baby’s breath. 16,000 freshly-cut flowers were arranged and suspended from the ceiling of 1515 Broadway in Times Square in January 2015, and over the course of three months …

Art

Drawn By Light: Tracing the History of Photography - Exhibition at The London Science Museum | LensCulture

The Media Space at London's Science Museum hit the (photography) exhibition circuit at speed when it opened in 2014 with <i>Only in England,</i> featuring work by British great Tony Ray-Jones. Its pace and quality continues to impress with its latest offering: <i>Drawn by Light</i>, an exhibition celebrating some …

Science Museums

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American Conservatives Are Using the Paris Shooting to Call for More War on Terror

In the wake of the attack, leading Republicans bashed Prsident Obama for being soft on national security.<p>Even as the terrorism drama continues to unfold in Paris, right-wingers are treating the events of the past few days as confirmation that their warnings about radical Islam were right all along. …

Islamic Fundamentalism

The Last Living People Born in the 1800s are These 5 Women

We're always amazed when people live to see their 100s, and these five women have gone well beyond that. They've seemingly found the key to longevity and were all born in the late 1800s, making them 115 and 116 years old! Hailing from the United States, Italy, and Japan, these ladies have lived …

United States

Mística X - Photographs and text by Brandán Gómez | LensCulture

<i>We photograph things in order to drive them out of our minds.</i><p>—Franz Kafka<p>This is the story of a failure.<p>Religion, new age movements and childhood tales tell us that there is something beyond reason, those stories talk about transmigration, devils, goodness, heaven and hell. They have been passed on …

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Government (India)

i, Dublin street portraits - Photographs and text by Eamonn Doyle | LensCulture

The photographs that form <i>‘i’</i> gestated as I started to feel my way back into photography following a long break. Around that time I was re-discovering the work of Samuel Beckett, specifically the ‘Trilogy’ comprising the novels ‘Molloy’, ‘Malone Dies’ and ‘The Unnameable’. I began to be drawn …

Street Photography

In the Heart of Intimacy: 30 Photographers - Photographs courtesy of Paris Mois de la Photo | LensCulture

<i>Intimacy is one of three central themes of the 2014 Paris Month of Photography. Thirty photographers who focus on intimacy are exhibited at venues throughout the city. Here is a preview, with an introduction by curator</i> <i>Jean-Louis Pinte.</i><p>We live in an age where images are everywhere, and where they …

Track Down

Shiro Takatani "Camera Lucida" at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography - AZITO

Shiro Takatani is a media artist who uses photographs and videos to offer deep insights into the natural environment and diverse physical phenomena. …

Roger Ballen: Lens Culture Conversations with Photographers

Street Photography Now

So Much Beauty, From The Compost - Part 1

Project info<p>To create these images, I collected items from my kitchen compost bin and arranged them in simple compositions. These remnants of our everyday activities are the unique subject in my photographs. Through the artistic process, they are transformed from mundane waste into extraordinary …

Chemistry

Unfound

Project info<p>Unfound<br>When you delete images from your digital camera the files are lost forever, not so with film. The mistakes, wrong decisions or bad memories continue to exist somewhere albeit as unwanted artefacts. It used to be possible to find these discarded pictures/negatives on the pavement, …

Photography