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Love and Desire Among Elder Couples

Irene, 80, and Günter, 79, are a catholic couple married for more than 60 years. Nila, 84, met Engelbert, 70, in an amateur theatre in Berlin in 1978. She was 42 years old and a single mother of two sons. Engelbert was fourteen years younger than her. He had come from Bavaria to Berlin where he led an individual life. “None of our friends believed...

15 Photographers of Asian Descent Exploring Identity

© Luo Yang From preeminent awards like the Tokyo International Foto Awards and leading platforms like Invisible Photographer Asia to the publishing (and republishing) of iconic photobooks like Hong Kong Yesterday by Fan Ho and The Ravens by Masahisa Fukase, the last decade has served as a reminder of the enduring power of Asian voices in photography–and...

Photo of the Roma Community Wins The Global Billboard Project, NYC

July 2020, Stolipinovo, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. After an engagement party on the day before, a young bride to be is being prepared for her wedding. Weddings and most social celebrations take place on the streets of the ghetto, and are shared within the whole community. © Selene Magnolia We are thrilled to announce that the winner of the latest edition...

Inside Poland’s Military Camps for Children

In October of last year, the photojournalist Natalia Kepesz visited a military-themed club for children and young people near Gdansk, Poland. As the kids marched, like soldiers, toward a training camp in the forest, carrying heavy gear, they were told to be prepared for “enemy attacks.” When the camp leader shouted, “grenade!” they all fell to the ground...

5 Quick and Easy Ways Photographers Can Give Back

In the past year, we’ve seen the photography community come together in powerful ways, from raising money for COVID-19 relief to calling for more inclusive hiring practices. Time and again, we’ve seen photographers travel the world to document the stories of not-for-profit organizations, raise funds, and advocate for the voiceless. Photographers have...

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Have a Photo Featured on a Billboard in NYC

Elisa Maenhout, winner of the first edition of The Global Billboard Project, has her work displayed in NYC. Photo: Tahir Carl Karmali Feature Shoot’s latest international initiative, The Global Billboard Project, will be returning to New York City for three weeks later this spring. One winning photograph will be displayed on a billboard south...

4,400 Photographers Donate over 25,000 Images to Support Wildlife

© Stijn Dijkstra, first-place winner of A Better Future for Animals photo contest by Pexels and the International Fund for Animal Welfare While visiting Moalboal in Cebu in the Philippines, the photographer Stijn Dijkstra embarked on a boat to the tiny island of Pescador. He saw countless colors while exploring reefs teeming with life. Ultimately,...

The Gut-Wrenching Abuse of Animals in Factory Farms and Why We Mustn’t Look Away

A group of piglets in the lactation platform, illuminated by infrared lamps used for fast growth. The body of a dead piglet is laying abandoned on the floor inside an industrial pig farm in northern Italy. Keeping dead animals inside the plant without being legally stocked is absolutely forbidden by EU health regulations, and risky for public...

Announcing the Winner of the Global Billboard Project in Sydney

Otherworldly Botanical – Artichoke We’re thrilled to announce Portland photographer Lindsey Rickert as the winner of The Global Billboard Project in Sydney, Australia. As part of the latest edition of our worldwide initiative, two of her pictures will be shown front-and-center on a billboard in trendy Chippendale, a neighborhood known for its...

Parental Guidance: Vibrant, Surreal Portraits Made During Lockdown

“Someone recently asked me if I took a bunch of LSD with my parents and watched a lot of Wes Anderson movies [to make these photographs],” Irish photographer Enda Burke says of his vibrant, surreal tableaux of domestic life during lockdown collected in the series Homebound With My Parents. Inspired by artists including William Eggleston, Larry...

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