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Psychedelic Waves

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Amazing Waves Captured by Fearless Photographer Kenji Croman

Posted by Sara Barnes for My Modern Met Kenji Croman is a Hawaii resident, body surfer, and former competitive swimmer whose thrill-seeking personality allows him to photograph unpredictable yet awe-inspiring waves. Despite some drawbacks with his profession, including broken bones and close encounters with sharks, the photographer says that he couldn’t see himself doing anything......read more

Take Me Home: Photos by Julian Bialowas

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A Canadian photographer returns home on an adventure through the Rockies

A couple of years ago we shared some of Julian Bialowas' work in the form of his stunning This Is Oregon collaboration with Shwood. Now the intrepid photographer returns to our fair site with this collection of images from his early summer adventure through the Canadian Rockies. The journey was a return home of sorts for Bialowas, who was born and raised in Canada and now lives in San Francisco.......read more

Instagram Photojournalism by Faisal Al Fouzan

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Inspiring work, enlightening interview with the Kuwaiti photographer

Faisal Al Fouzan is a photographer who is being featured on Ignant. SHFT has been following this series and we thought you'd appreciate this interview and, of course, these incredible shots.   Faisal enjoys capturing the urban landscape around him and is mainly inspired by new places that he explores with his camera. We enjoy his authentic and natural captures that provide us with an......read more

Jim Vecchi: Markings

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Photographer discovers artistic patterns at his feet in SF's Sunset District

It's always cool when images reveal the beauty in the everyday, the things we may otherwise overlook going about our daily business. Jim Vecchi does just that with Markings, a series of photos that uncover the shapes, patterns and colors of sidewalks and driveways in San Francisco's Sunset District. The photos are just one part of a three-part series Vecchi calls The Sunset Trilogy. In his......read more

French Photographer's Intimate Photos in a Fisherman Hut in the Country

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Maud Chalard captures private scenes with her sister

When I hear the word 'voyeur' from now on, this is the scenario that will come to mind: beautiful French sisters in a fishing hut in the French countryside. Here, we have an intimate glimpse into the world of Maud Chalard, who took her sister to a French fishing hut in the country and photographed her and herself for the day.     She says: “I am deeply in love with my sister. I......read more

Zack Seckler's Botswana

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Brooklyn photographer captures landscape from above

Brooklyn-based photographer Zack Seckler captured the raw beauty of Botswana’s landscapes from an ultralight aircraft that soared from the lush Okavango Delta to the shimmering white Magadigadi Salt Pans. (via Yatzer, Inhabitat)...read more

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image

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The Irish photographer reveals the stories behind the making of his latest film, 'The Enclave'

For three years, Richard Mosse has captured hypercolor images of eastern Congo for his series Infra, shot on a now extinct 16mm infrared film designed originally for military reconnaissance. Now he has a video installation to add to the project. The Enclave had the Venice Biennale abuzz when it debuted at the Irish Pavilion in May. In this short documentary produced by Frieze, Mosse......read more

Film Photos by Theo Gosselin

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Living wild and free with the young French photographer

Originally from Le Havre in the Haute-Normandie region of northern France, photographer and filmmaker Théo Gosselin currently divides his time between Paris and Amiens. With a nod to forebears like Ryan McGinley, Nan Goldin and Larry Clark, Gosselin depicts underground lifestyles from within, showing his friends in pursuit of freedom and escape from their regular lives: The subjects in......read more

2014 Prix Pictet Winner Michael Schmidt Passes Away

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German photographer dies just days after winning award for the theme of 'Consumption'

German photographer Michael Schmidt has died at the age of 68, just days after being awarded the fifth Prix Pictet for the theme of "Consumption." Schmidt won the 100,000 Swiss franc prize for his photographic series Lebensmittel, which examines the workings of the global food industry. The series was years in the making: Schmidt travelled the world to factory farms, slaughterhouses, and......read more

'My Things' by Chinese Photographer Hong Hao

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Controlled chaos reflects Chinese consumer culture

We think the photography says it all. But here's some background from Hao's gallery: Hong Hao is a Contemporary photographer from Beijing. He studied printmaking and created his first major series, a group of prints resembling Chinese maps, executed with a remarkable attention to detail. With My Things, Hong individually scanned hundreds of common objects and arranged them into......read more

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