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Shooting in LA With Ian Ruhter by Laura Austin. In 2012 I spent a day following photographer Ian Ruhter around the streets of Los Angeles, CA as he stopped people asking if he could shoot their portrait.... using wet plate photography. I happened to have my point-n-shoot camera with me so I decided to pull it out and film just in case. This is the result.

Shooting in LA With Ian Ruhter by Laura Austin. In 2012 I spent a day following photographer Ian Ruhter around the streets of Los Angeles, CA as he stopped people asking if he could shoot their portrait.... using wet plate photography. I happened to have my point-n-shoot camera with me so I decided to pull it out and film just in case. This is the result.

Israeli photographer Tomer Ifrah travelled three months in Moscow and made a series of photos and portraits of the subway and people there.

Israeli photographer Tomer Ifrah travelled three months in Moscow and made a series of photos and portraits of the subway and people there.

The latest work by Nadav Kander captures how locals appropriate themselves of an environment for their leisure picnics underneath a highway overpass, while fishing among the fog/smog in Chonqing. The Yangtze River crosses China almost from West to East. A river, which concentrates one in every 18 people in the planet; but also a line, which used to divide the whole country into 2 domains: the heating-allowed dwellings north of this border line and the unheated houses in its southern regions.

The latest work by Nadav Kander captures how locals appropriate themselves of an environment for their leisure picnics underneath a highway overpass, while fishing among the fog/smog in Chonqing. The Yangtze River crosses China almost from West to East. A river, which concentrates one in every 18 people in the planet; but also a line, which used to divide the whole country into 2 domains: the heating-allowed dwellings north of this border line and the unheated houses in its southern regions.

Rotterdam-based Bas Princen, trained as an architect, is a photograph interested in capturing the suspended state in which architecture "happens" in the territory, ambiguously aiming to construction or destruction. “With his photographs of giant construction sites and apparently absurd human...

Rotterdam-based Bas Princen, trained as an architect, is a photograph interested in capturing the suspended state in which architecture "happens" in the territory, ambiguously aiming to construction or destruction. “With his photographs of giant construction sites and apparently absurd human...

The light in this photograph by Bas Uterwijk (Woman preparing rice crackers in a small hut, Inle Lake, Myanmar) : MostBeautiful

The light in this photograph by Bas Uterwijk (Woman preparing rice crackers in a small hut, Inle Lake, Myanmar) : MostBeautiful

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