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The Adventures of a Storm Chaser

“There have a been a few situations with lightning and tornadoes that were close enough that my ears popped from the change in air pressure,” the photographer and storm chaser Rob Darby tells me. “On my first storm chasing trip, a hailstone the size of a quarter hit my forehead and sent a shock through my skull.” Looking back now, he says that hailstone...

If Dogs Were People, This Is What They’d Do

“I think that every dog is special,” the photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek tells me. For his latest annual calendar, Doggystyle, he enlisted the help of all manner of dogs–big dogs, small dogs, fluffy dogs, and velvety dogs–to create tableaux vivants of canines doing human things: painting, playing pool, lifting weights, reading Tarot cards, and...

Facebook App Celebrates Native American Heritage With Stunning Photographs

© Cara Romero “Native women are incredibly strong and resilient,” the Chemehuevi photographer Cara Romero tells us. “We come from a long line of women that have fought to hold the very fabric of our Native communities together for hundreds of years through genocide and colonization.” Romero’s First American Girl series works to honor that long...

Announcing the Winners of the Feature Shoot Reader Spotlight (December)

Undisclosed location. South Carolina. The Sigil of Baphomet, from the series The Black Parlor © Anthony Karen As part of Feature Shoot’s new and improved Reader Submission Spotlight, we invited photographers from around the globe to submit their best bodies of work, with all genres welcome. After reviewing a collection of outstanding entries,...

Portrait of a Survivor Wins the Indian Photography Festival Portrait Prize

Catrin by Sujata Setia, Winner After returning from a ski trip in the French Alps, Catrin’s coach crashed. The driver died after warning the passengers of the crash, saving their lives. Catrin was left with third-degree burns over 96% of her body. She was given a one in one thousand chance of survival. “Following three months in coma,...

The Once-in-a-Lifetime Bond Between Animals and Their Rescuers

Ronnie with Luigi, a mini donkey (for whom he made a prosthetic leg), Webster, FL, 2015 Luigi the miniature donkey was born with a congenital defect; his left front leg was shorter than the right, making it difficult for him to run. When Ronnie Graves heard about Luigi’s situation, he offered to adopt him. He also promised to make the young donkey...

Gowns Made from Rubbish Bring Awareness to the Most Polluted Creek in Melbourne

“The sounds at Merri Creek are the beautiful sounds of the bush in Victoria: Wattlebirds singing, Pobblebonk frogs calling in spring, the wind in the gum leaves,” the photographer Daisy Noyes tells me. “But the smells at the Merri Creek are definitely urban: Sewage overflow, oil run-off, the smell of stormwater drains, and detergents and chemical waste...

Deana Lawson’s Photography Is a Visual Ode to Black Life, Love, and Family

Deana Lawson. ‘Coulson Family, 2008’ from Deana Lawson ed. by Peter Eeley and Eva Respini (MACK, 2021). Courtesy the artist and MACK. When Deana Lawson was growing up, her dad was the family photographer. Once, when she and her twin Dana were nine years old, they helped their mother, Gladys, take pictures for a calendar–a gift for their dad....

A Look at Black Gun Ownership in the 21st Century

Damillah Lane, 26, is embraced by her daughtyer Skylar Lane, 8, as she holds her firearm outside of her home on Saturday, April 10, 2021 in Killeen, Tx. “Whenever my husband leaves I feel a need to protect my family,” Damillah said. Brandon Antone, 37, stands outside of his apartment complex holding his firearm on Wednesday, May 26, 2021in Austin,...

‘Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians’ is Back in Print and As Captivating As Ever

Gloria and Charmaine. Baltimore, Maryland. 1979 © JEB (Joan. E. Biren) from her book Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians published by Anthology Editions Pagan and Kady. Monticello, New York. © JEB (Joan. E. Biren) from her book Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians published by Anthology Editions “I had the dream American home in the suburbs...

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