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  • Scott Goldsmith : Taste of the Season

    Nov 24, 2015
    Photographer News
    Scott Goldsmith brings something unique to the table with his latest book for California Pizza Kitchen.
  • Shaina Fishman : Between Two Dogs

    Nov 23, 2015
    Photographer News
    Shaina Fishman doesn't have to go too far to discover something cute and adorable. As a animal photographer she's known for her humorous images of pets both on location and in the studio.
  • Raphael Olivier : China’s Ghost Town

    Nov 19, 2015
    Photographer News
    When I think of ghost towns I usually picture something out of the Wild West cowboy era–with old abandoned saloons along dusty, deserted streets. Photographer Raphael Olivier however, will tell you that's not always the case.
  • Noah Willman : Cricket in D.C.

    Nov 18, 2015
    Photographer News
    Largely popular in places overseas like India and England, cricket is a sport that hasn't gained much traction in the United States.
  • Andri Tambunan : I am Positif

    Nov 17, 2015
    Photographer News
    Since 2009 Andri Tambunan has been documenting the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Tanah Papua. A region located in the eastern most part of Indonesia, Tanah Papua has the highest HIV/AIDS infection rates in the country.
  • Benjamin Norman : New York City Marathon

    Nov 16, 2015
    Photographer News
    Once every year since 1970, athletes from across the country and around the world have gathered in New York to run the New York City Marathon. One of the largest marathons in the world, the course is a 26.2 mile route that runs through the five boroughs of New York City. This year photographer Benjamin Norman was one of the half-dozen photographers assigned by the New York Times to cover a section of the route.
  • Jack Kurtz : Evictions in Bangkok

    Nov 12, 2015
    Photographer News
    Gentrification isn't just a problem of the western world and when photographer Jack Kurtz read in the local paper about evictions taking place in the Wat Kanalaya neighborhood he grabbed his camera to start photographing. At first he thought it would just be a one day thing, but due to the warm and welcoming nature of the residents he has returned every couple of days since the beginning of September. The area is a community around a temple in the Thonburi section of Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Clint McLean : The Strait of Hormuz

    Nov 11, 2015
    Photographer News
    Clint McLean recently relocated to southern Spain after spending 6 years in Dubai. Before leaving the region Clint began a self-assigned project right next door in Oman. The project looks at isolated Omani communities in Musandam...
  • D. Scott Clark : Highlining

    Nov 10, 2015
    Photographer News
    Colorado–based photographer D. Scott Clark photographs a lot of adventure lifestyle activities in beautiful locations—from ice climbing to skiing, yoga to trail running, he's done it all. So, when highlining pioneer Scott Turpin and daredevil Charlie Firer asked him to document a newly established line in Mount Evans, Colorado (roughly 200 ft. above ground and 13,000 ft. high) he jumped at the opportunity.
  • Tom Robertson : Bike to Ski Tour

    Nov 9, 2015
    Photographer News
    When photographer Tom Robertson was skiing in the mountains of Montana last year with writer friend Ben Horan they thought it would be unique idea to do a ski tour of volcanoes in central Oregon. The pair who had partnered up on some bike touring trips before both share a love of skiing and adventure so when they pitched the story to a bike touring magazine and it was accepted they immediately started to plan the trip...
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