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Russian Palimpsest, by Max Sher

Russian Palimpsest, by Max Sher

We need to look at our country the way American photographers look at theirs. Explore, record, accept, love it.
An Experience of Analogue, by Robert Jackson

An Experience of Analogue, by Robert Jackson

A problematic issue with digital photography is its accessibility, which encourages endless amounts of capturing and possibly less criticizing.
Saint-Petersburg, Childhood of many faces, by Yana Feldman

Saint-Petersburg, Childhood of many faces, by Yana Feldman

Family, lifestyle, religion – all these are just begin to govern the children and we can only guess about his future fate.
Strawboys, by Gráinne Quinlan

Strawboys, by Gráinne Quinlan

The Strawboys opened the door to a world unknown to me — a world of exuberant costume and magnetic performance going beyond any spectacle I had seen before.
Vancouver, city of contrasts, by Jon Guido Bertelli

Vancouver, city of contrasts, by Jon Guido Bertelli

Downtown Eastside, a city within a city, is the home of a disproportionate number of homeless people facing serious issues regarding drug addiction, mental and physical illnesses, violence, crime, abuse, sex workers and the highest HIV infection rate in North America.
Small Town Inertia, an interview with Jim A Mortram

Small Town Inertia, an interview with Jim A Mortram

Small Town Inertia is a long form social documentary and environmental portraiture series that I have been working upon for the last 3 years.
Notes on the Roads, by Alex Tomazatos

Notes on the Roads, by Alex Tomazatos

"Next is life – real, adventurous, hard-punching life. The world that lies ahead is waiting for me to take a dive", by Alex Tomazatos.
Through the Green Door, by Marc McAndrews

Through the Green Door, by Marc McAndrews

Marc McAndrews story of all the difficulties he experienced to start photographing prostitutes and legal brothels in Nevada, USA.