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    The Lost Village An Aerial Tour of an Abandoned Chinese Fishing Village by Joe Nafis

    Abandoned in the 1990s, Houtouwan is a small fishing village on the eastern most Chinese island of Shengshan. Due to large trawlers from nearby Shanghai, the fishing supply was depleted and forced the residents to find work elsewhere. Photographer and videographer Joe Nafis visited the area last year with fellow photographer Dave Tacon. It took them…

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    Plastic Swirls of Marine Debris Documented in Images by Photographer Mandy Barker

    Photographer Mandy Barker creates beautiful images to document the plastic debris fields in the world’s oceans. Barker manipulates her findings in Photoshop, creating plastic swirls in which ocean water holds these objects in suspension. Her work is on display at BredaPhoto in The Netherlands in September 2018. You can see more of Barker’s photographs on her…

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    Hibernation, an ongoing photo series by Øystein Sture Aspelund

    Hibernation, an ongoing photo series by Øystein Sture Aspelund. This personal project is based on the experiences of a man and his relationship to the environment. Aspelund captured the mysterious world of subconsciousness and the sometimes barely visible border between truth and fiction. For more, please visit Øystein Sture Aspelund’s website or follow him on…

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    Patterns of Activity and Movement Captured in Composite Photographs by Pelle Cass

    Photographer Pelle Cass documents the dizzying patterns of activity and movement that occurs at sporting events in a unique series of masterfully edited images titled ‘Crowded Fields’. The artist attends local college games, and takes upward of one thousand photographs over the course of two hours. Cass then spends dozens of hours editing the photos…

  • More than 30,000 Negatives Discovered in Russian Artist’s Attic Reveal a Lifetime of Hidden Photography

    Masha Ivashintsova (1942-2000) lived a secret life as a photographer, taking more than 30,000 photographs in her lifetime without ever showing to anyone. After her death in 2000 her daughter Asya Ivashintsova-Melkumyan stumbled upon her collection of negatives while cleaning out the attic. The photographs showcase a look into the inner world of Ivashintsova, while…

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    Wind of Okhotsk, a Photo Series Covered with Tons of Snow by Ying Yin

    Wind of Okhotsk, a photo series by talented photographer Ying Yin who lives in Shanghai, China. Ying Yin always wanted to visit some places, where you can find massive amounts of snow. In 2015, she made a trip to Hokkaido, the most northern island of Japan. During the trip, Ying Yin has captured seemingly sleeping…

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    Glamourous Chickens in a New Photo Book by Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini

    Photographers Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini have created a glamorous book of dozens of chicken portraits, photographed in a sleek, high-fashion inspired style. The endeavor began when the artists were inspired by the beauty of these domesticated birds at an avian exhibition in Milan. It has since evolved into a 190 page book featuring 85 high-resolution…

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    Miniature Faux Fur Landscapes Examines the Myth of the Wild-West by Areca Roe

    Areca Roe’s photographic series, ‘O Pioneer,’ seems to depict placid vistas of the American Wild- West. But on closer look, Roe’s images are actually miniature scenes, with faux fur comprising the textured landscapes. You can see more of Roe’s work on her website.

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    The Daily Life of a Ping Pong Table in Leipzig, Germany Photographed by Tomiyasu Hayahisa

    Tomiyasu Hayahisa started photographing a ping pong table located in a public athletic field across from his dorm in Leipzig, Germany for a series titled TTP. Tomiyasu had first noted the location after observing a fox after waiting several days for the animal to return, he began to photograph the other life forms that congregated or…

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    Lou’s New York, Revisited – Photography by Elizaveta Porodina

    Germany based photographer Elizaveta Porodina is well known for a varying range of cinematic, fashion, and almost documentary imagery. The photographs of the series ‘Lou’s New York, revisited’ include a timeless mix of dramatic black and white and vividly colored imagery. For more information please visit her website.