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Traveling Light: Aya Padron's Road Photos

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South America travels from Under the Sugar photography

For Portland, Maine-based writer and photographer Aya Padron, shooting photos goes hand-in-hand with a tendency for introversion. "Having always been very shy, I'm drawn to photography because it offers an alternative way of speaking, one that is visual and wordless," she says. "My intuition as a photographer is to celebrate and emphasize this quietness, calling attention to ordinary......read more

Quinn Tivey: Nature Photographs

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L.A. photog snaps his muse in a field of yellow

In our humble opinion, pavement-pounding urban dwellers are always well-served by leaving the city and reconnecting with nature. Quinn Tivey agrees. The L.A.-based photographer and stalwart SHFT bro frequently heads into the wilds in search of new images and experiences. "To lose yourself in someplace wild and untouched by our human development is a sobering experience," Quinn says.......read more

Stephen Zirwes Aerial Photography

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Hypnotic views of Earth from 10,000 feet above

We're not generally prone to superlatives around here, but we love us some aerial photography, and German photog Stephan Zirwes takes some of the most incredible/amazing/awesome/epic aerial photos we've ever seen. Zirwes's pictures of industrial areas, beaches, construction sites, and airfields show a world is full of striking patterns and geometries. Visit his site for the full......read more

Ryan McGinley: Photographs

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Star NYC photographer shoots the freedom of youth

Scrolling Booooooom recently, it dawned on us that we've never posted any Ryan McGinley photos on here. There's no excuse for that, so here you are, a few naked-people-in-nature shots from his portfolio. Not much you can say about McGinley that hasn't already been said, but The Fox Is Black found a nice little excerpt from a controversial 2007 NY Mag article on the downtown NYC art scene......read more

Brian Ferry: Cliff Edge

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Moving snaps of England's crumbling southeastern coast

Brooklyn-born, London-based photographer Brian Ferry (nope, not that Bryan Ferry) traveled southeast to the coast to capture these beautiful pics of one of the UK's most stunning landscapes. Included among the collection are epic images of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs — a geological marvel that is being slowly and inexorably eaten away by the sea. Upon the crumbling cliffs......read more

Photos by Goran Jovanovic

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Sweet snaps by young Croatian photog

Cruising around the internet recently, we came across these photos by Goran Jovanovic on a Boooooooom post from 2009. In internet time, that's like the dinosaur age. So they're not exactly new, but wowee are they nice.  There's not a lot of info about the photographer floating around, but a little digging revealed that he's 27, lives in Croatia, and has great taste in music.  Lots......read more

Yuji Hamada: Pulsar

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Otherworldly images of everyday scenes

In "Pulsar," a collection of images from Japanese photographer Yuji Hamada, subject takes a back seat to light and shadow — the bare essentials of photography. Cruising through his everyday surroundings, Hamada snapped shots of ordinary outdoor spaces, using a homemade smoke machine to enhance the natural light of the sun. The eerie and ethereal images blur the line between fantasy and......read more

Photos by Ryan Kenny

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Dreamy shots from next-generation Aussie photographer

Adelaide-based photographer Ryan Kenny has only been shooting photos seriously for a couple years, but his trademark fuzzed-out aesthetic has already landed him high-profile magazine gigs for i-D, Oyster and Fallen, among others. His portfolio is packed with photos of young, beautiful people living out the carefree fantasies of youth. On his inspiration, Ryan says: "Life......read more

Delaney Allen's Magical Smoke Photos

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Misty abstraction from Portland-based photog

Fort Worth, TX-raised, Portland, OR-based photographer Delaney Allen is attracted to nature's transient moments. Training his camera on tracts of fog, mist, clouds or smoke, Allen freezes the ephemeral haze in its tracks.  "If you are using smoke, water and clouds as a subject matter,” Allen says, "you may never be able to see it in the same way."  Allen's smoky......read more

William Rugen: Harbinger

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Ominous B&W images of planet Earth

We first came across William Rugen via his Western Dioramas series, a collection of photos of sweeping landscapes in the American West. That led us to Harbinger, an older Rugen Flickr set with a much different tone. Set in stark black-and-white, the photos offer ominous perspectives of Earth from land, water and sky. Oceanic flotsam, surburban landscapes, shadows of planes. What exactly......read more

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