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Traveling Alaska with Photographer Kevin Russ

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Society6 joins an intrepid photographer on his journey up north

A couple of years back, we were introduced to the work of Kevin Russ via Flickr, where he used to regularly post wilderness-centric images captured on his travels. Online artist community Society6 recently joined Russ on an adventure to the Alaskan wilderness, and cobbled together this inspiring video of the experience. Watch as Russ leads us through some jaw-dropping landscapes, explaining the......read more

A Tribute To Discomfort: Corey Richards

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Nat Geo photographer's incredible video of survival and adventure.

This video will take your breath away, and it lets you in on what it takes to get some of these photographs you see in magazines like National Geographic and others.  It ain't all fun and games.  Photographer Coery Richards landed his self-portrait, taken after he realized he wasn't dead, on the cover of said magazine.   Blue Chalk worked with National Geographic Creative......read more

Let Us Roam: Ray Barbee

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First episode of new Leica web series profiles legendary skater, photographer and musician

Helio Collective has teamed with iconic camera brand Leica to create Let Us Roam, a short film series exploring the lives of photographers, artists, filmmakers and musicians inside the skateboarding community. The series kicks off with a profile of San Jose, California native Ray Barbee, the never-not-smiling skate legend who has also made a name for himself in photography and music.......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

SHFT presents 'no strangers' at the Annenberg Space for Photography

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Meet some of the photographers behind the epic group show at LA's Annenberg Space

"Within a generation or two, fully half of humanity's accumulated wisdom and knowledge will be sacrificed upon the alter of progress," says Wade Davis, curatorial advisor of no strangers: ancient wisdom in a modern world and one of the world's most influential advocates of indigenous cultures. The group exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography is a celebration the extraordinary......read more

Chiemgau Impressions

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Nice moody timelapse from German photographer Mario Feil.

While backing up his computer, German photographer/filmmaker Mario Feil stumbled upon some old footage he had planned to use as stock. Lucky for our eyeballs, Feil decided the shots deserved a treatment of their own. Pieced together from footage shot in the Chiemgau region of southern Bavaria (where Germany and Austria meet), it's a beautifully moody bit of video, helped generously by the......read more

The Dark Side of the Lens

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Beautiful short film from renowned surf photographer Mickey Smith.

Shot on the frigid Atlantic coastlines of Ireland and England, "The Dark Side of the Lens" presents a side of surfing that few people glimpse: the world of the surf photographer. The film was made by one of the greats, Irishman Mickey Smith (alongside talented DP Allan Wilson), who explains, “I wanted to create that something that would give insight into what it takes to grind out a......read more

Birds on Guitar

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A breathtaking collection of nature shots from the young Japanese photographer.

Spellbinding new piece commissioned by the Barbican in London, featuring a flock of zebra finches creating strange soundscapes on an electric guitar. Amazing idea, beautifully filmed. More info here....read more

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