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Bewitching Portraits From Whitby Goth Weekend in North Yorkshire

Pop those vampire teeth in and find that swirling cape you’ve got buried in your closet for the Whitby Goth Weekend.

Rainbow Falls

© The Licensing Project / Offset To see more of The Licensing Project’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.

Photo du Jour: Airbnb Artifact

For Sublet, photography team Tribble & Mancenido, composed of husband James Frank Tribble and wife Tracey Mancenido-Tribble, sublet various apartments around New York City, settling for a short stay in neighborhoods like Park Slope, Clinton Hill, Bed-Stuy, and the Upper West Side.

Thought Provoking Photographs Examine Our Complicated Relationship with Sharks

To find out what high concentrations of great white sharks were doing close to beaches during the austral summer, scientists from the White Shark Trust used sea kayaks to track inshore shark movements off the southern tip of Africa. Western Cape, South Africa © Thomas P.

‘Postcards from Pine Bluff’: The Story of a Southern City in Decline

Kareem Bearden works the night shift at a drive-thru liquor store on the outskirts of Pine Bluff. Mr.

Rachel Hulin’s Wistful Photographs of Motherhood

For Thirty-Five and One: The Short Days and the Long, photographer and photo editor Rachel Hulin joins her daughter Rose in moments of repose and discovery.

Artist Fred Tomaselli Gives the Front Page of The New York Times a Makeover

Guilty, 2005 © 2014 by Fred Tomaselli June 29, 2012 © 2014 by Fred Tomaselli NYC-based artist Fred Tomaselli applies his colorful, playful approach to collage and has a go at the front page of The New York Times, in the process creating a colorful yet deft political commentary of current events of the past few years.

Photo du jour: Berlin Central Station

© Jens Fersterra / Offset Perched on a platform in Berlin Central Station, architecture and landscape photographer Jens Fersterra captures a long exposure of a speedy train as it whizzes by, leaving a blush-red blur in its wake.

French Bulldog Waiting

© Mark Wickens / Offset To see more of Mark Wickens’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.

Photographers Sheldon Serkin, Julia Vandenoever, Francesca Jane Allen, Molly Steele, and Matthew Avignone Take Over Our Instagram

Sheldon Serkin [@shelserkin] / July 25, 26, 27 Julia Vandenoever [@juliavandenoever] / July 28, 29, 30 Savor midsummer with our new lineup of Guest Instagrammers.

Haunting Series Documents Painful Reminders of the First World War

Soldier’s grave Champagne: This helmet atop a wooden cross marking the the battlefield grave of a French poilu Edouard Ivaldi is the last such marker anywhere on the Western Front.

Pop Art Garden: Maurizio Di Iorio’s Electric Floral Photos

© Maurizio Di Iorio / Offset © Maurizio Di Iorio / Offset With a vibrant pop art aesthetic, Italian photographer Maurizio Di Iorio imbues everyday objects with a sense of whimsy and surprise.

Idyllic Photos of Summertime

Rio © Micheal McLaughlin. Courtesy Robin Rice Gallery  Max’s Balloons, Santa Monica, CA © 2013 Joanne Dugan In celebration of the joys of summer comes Summertime, a book published by Chronicle Books and edited by photographer Joanne Dugan.

Catching up with Ibarionex Perello, L.A. Street Photographer and Founder of ‘The Candid Frame’ Photography Podcast

I think it’s safe to say that Ibarionex Perello — street photographer, writer, educator, and host of the photography podcast, The Candid Frame — is a Renaissance man.

Photo du Jour: The Lone Housewife

The Laundry Spiral, Bridgehampton,2008 Home Stills is weighted with a heavy silence, a portrayal of domestic womanhood that is both expansive and claustrophobic.

Cocktail Hour: Spiked Black Coffee

© David Prince / Offset To see more of David Prince’s work, please visit Offset. Offset is an exclusive category channel partner on Feature Shoot.

Photographer Urinates on Film to Create Surprisingly Beautiful Images

For Float On, Hawaii-based photographer Brigette Bloom soaks her film in urine, creating ethereal bubbles over a desert landscape in Hawaii.

Captivating Photographs of Trauma Survivors Reenacting Scenes from a Missoni Catalogue

For her photography and video project Tractatus 7, photographer Denise Prince reveals what is normally hidden and repressed within the human mind.

Deeply Personal Photo Series Documents One Father’s Descent Into Sadness

The Waking Hours documents the life of an aging father and his descent into a deep sadness. Extremely personal, the events are captured through the lens of his daughter, photographer Martha Fleming-Ives, as a means of coping with this transition and is an attempt to construct a new relationship with a man she has known her entire life.

Humorous Self-Portraits Defy the 10 Commandments

You Shall Not Take The Lord’s Name In Vain You Shall Not Kill For 10 Commandments, New York City-based photographer Anna Friemoth transforms herself into a well-rounded sinner, violating one biblical decree for each meticulously constructed frame.