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Dark, Masochistic Self-Portraits Capture the Agony of Love Lost

Following the breakdown of a seven year romance, New York City-based photographer Hsin Wang re-staged her grief, giving physical presence to the psychological wounds inflicted by love lost.

Bruce Gilden’s Unforgettable Photographs of Mardi Gras in New Orleans, 1974-1982

New Orleans, Louisiana. 1975. Mardi Gras. New Orleans, Louisiana. 1975. Mardi Gras. New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Desolate, Apocalyptic Landscape That is Lake Urmia, Iran

“I’d still like to call it ‘the Sea,’ even if there is nothing left.” – Solmaz Daryani The Eyes of the Earth is an ongoing project by Iranian photographer Solmaz Daryani, which documents the drying up and desiccation of Lake Urmia in northwest Iran.

Welcome to the Snow-Drenched Gas Capitol of Russia

In 1985, the parents of Barcelona-based photographer Yanina Shevchenko made their home in Novy Urengoy in Western Siberia, then under control of the USSR.

FOAM To Host Retrospective of Helmut Newton’s Enduring Photographs (NSFW)

Yves Saint Laurent, French Vogue, Rue Aubriot, Paris, 1975 © Helmut Newton / Helmut Newton Estate My women are always victorious.

Behold the Last Remaining Tidal Pools of Southwest England

British photographer Tom Shaw had just finished his 15-year stint as a staff photographer with Getty Images and was beginning a freelance career when his Tidal Sea Pools series started to take shape.

When Giant Teddy Bears Roamed the Streets of Nazi Germany

Art collector Jean-Marie Donat’s affaire-de-coeur with TeddyBär began three decades ago when he stumbled across the very first snapshot picturing the mammoth wooly creature traipsing down the streets over Berlin.

Why More Photographers Are Choosing Squarespace Cover Pages (Sponsored)

Cover Page by Dark Cyanide A great website is like a great business card: simple, to the point, and visually compelling.

Amusing Moments Captured at the County Fair

The photographs in New York-based Dan Nelken’s Till the Cows Come Home: County Fair Portraits are genuine, natural, and human.

The Female Body Interwines with Botanicals In Riveting Self-Portraits

When she looks back on the pictures she made in her early twenties, Busan, South Korea-born photographer Ahn Sun Mi can’t help but feel a sharp pang for the person she once was.

Child Cancer Patients See Their Dreams Come to Life in Beautiful Photos

Braelyn Flying Jordan in Wonderland When 12-year-old Jordan was released from the hospital where she was treated for Ewing sarcoma, she came home to her own personal Wonderland, complete with a furry white rabbit.

An Eerie Glimpse at China’s ‘Ghost Cities’

They’re places without history, where apartments lay in wait for residents, factories for workers, hospitals for patients, and schools for the pitter–patter of anxious children.

‘Ocean of Images’ at MoMA Is One of the Most Radical, Daring Photography Exhibitions In Recent History

DIS. Positive Ambiguity (beard, lectern, teleprompter, wind machine, confidence). 2015. Commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art Lucas Blalock (American, born 1978).

A Photo blog that documents the unexpected sartorial selections of seniors in San Francisco’s Chinatown

To you and me, Chinatown might be just a place to grab good, cheap food. Perhaps fresh veggies or a couple of souvenirs.

Over 15 Years, One Photographer Makes the Most Astonishing Portraits of Africa’s Wild Animals

Buffalo portrait, Kenya 2006 Zebra jump, Tanzania 2007 Need of Tenderness, Kenya 2013 Nearly one decade ago, an adolescent zebra frolicked amongst the 8 thousand square kilometers that make up the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania’s Crater Highlands.

Gordon Parks, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Pictures That Changed the World

Invisible Man Retreat, Harlem, New York, 1952. Photograph by Gordon Parks. © The Gordon Parks Foundation, courtesy of the Gordon Parks Foundation and Jenkins Johnson Gallery.

Kurt Cobain’s Most Intimate Belongings Photographed for New Exhibition

Endorsement – Cobain’s Converse #1 © Geoff Moore Heart Shaped Box #1 © Geoff Moore In 2007, Los Angeles-based photographer Geoff Moore was commissioned by the Estate of Kurt Cobain to document the mementos left behind by the 27-year-old musician.

From Iceland to Venice with Sony Artisan of Imagery Brian Matiash (Sponsored)

The Northern Lights glimmer above the fishing village of #Reine, #Norway, rendered in astonishing detail by Sony Artisan of Imagery Brian Matiash @brianmatiash.

Photographer David McLain Discusses How the Industry Has Changed, What’s Stayed the Same, and Why Mirrorless Technology is a Real Game-Changer

Shot with the Sony a7R camera Shot with the Sony a7S camera Maine-based photographer David McLain has lived amongst the eskimos of Greenland, harpooned his own food, and traversed the rugged terrain by dog sled.

Infinite loops on Instagram bring Mike Mellia’s Daily Self Portraits to Life

That one time I was an ad man. That one time I was out of the office. Mike Mellia is well known for his photography work in fashion and advertising, but it’s his latest personal social media project that is giving us an inside peek into this New York-based photographer’s quirky side.