Mindbending 3D Photos of Breasts (NSFW)

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 27 July 2012

New York-based photographer and self-proclaimed breast enthusiast, Henry Hargreaves has joined up with trade publication Resource Magazine to auction off his photos as seen in Resource’s Summer 2012 issue, Breasts that Pop. The photographs, best viewed using 3D glasses, are playful and provocative, but most importantly, are a tribute to natural breasts in all shapes and sizes. The proceeds from the silent auction will benefit the Young Survival Coalition, an organization aimed at providing support and resources for young women diagnosed with breast cancer. [via Feature Shoot]

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Underage: a group show of young photographers

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By Zolton in New Events on Friday 15 June 2012

Our friends over at the awesome photography site, Feature Shoot, are presenting the group exhibition, Underage, at this year’s Photoville Festival in Brooklyn between June 22-July 1, 2012, featuring work by six young photographers who document the joys and travails of growing up: a time of first loves, experimentation, and the search for belonging.

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Barbie-Themed Photographs of a Loveless Marriage

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By Zolton in New Photography on Tuesday 12 June 2012

Vancouver-based photographer Dina Goldstein shoots for magazines and ad agencies around the world. Her series, In the Doll House, examines the less than perfect life of B and K. B is a super doll, the most successful doll in the world. Her partner K is grappling with his sexuality and finds himself in a loveless marriage. He struggles with his position in the household and faces his lack of authenticity. [via Feature Shoot]

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Cure People: a series of portraits of The Cure fans

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 24 May 2012

Scott Witter is an advertising and editorial photographer based out of Los Angeles and represented by Wonderful Machine. He writes: ‘Cure People is a series of images I’ve been creating since this past November of diehard fans of the musical group The Cure. I’m a longtime fan myself and was inspired to do the project at a Cure concert back in 2011 at the Pantages Theater. As of now I have photographed over 20 fans and plan to keep shooting’. [via Feature Shoot]

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Wonderfully repulsive macro photos of decaying vegetables

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By Alison Zavos in New Art on Saturday 28 April 2012

Heikki Leis was born in Tartu, Estonia, and has lived and worked in the same town for the better part of his life. He has been working as a freelance artist since 2000 and an avid photographer since 2004. These macro photographs of decaying vegetables are from his series, Afterlife. [via Feature Shoot]

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Statuesque Wild Horses Photos by Andrew McGibbon

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 20 April 2012

Fine art and commercial photographer Andrew McGibbon is based in Durban. Along with shooting for leading brands, McGibbon spends a lot of his time doing pro bono work for local NGOs and churches addressing issues of social justice. This work, All the Wild Horses, is currently on exhibit at Fat Tuesday gallery in Durban. [via Feature Shoot]

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Surprisingly Beautiful Photographs of Dust

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 20 April 2012

Over the last two years Klaus Pichler had been looking for accumulations of dust, fluff and grime in various locations in and around Vienna. Dust as a by product of civilisation, the enemy of a sterile society, a constant presence hidden in corners, nooks and crannies. Also, a microcosm made up of multiple components, a combination of different colours, textures and structures, a construct reproducing itself. Every bit of dust is different, each space produces it’s unique type of dust, depending on its nature and its individual use. [via Feature Shoot]

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Photos of Vinyl Desserts by Philip Karlberg

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 6 April 2012

Philip Karlberg is a Stockholm-based photographer who splits his time equally between editorial and commercial projects. This personal still life series, 33 RPM, was a collaboration with chef and set designer Mattias Nyhlin. [via Feature Shoot]

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Jewish Retirees Photographed in Miami in the 80s

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 6 April 2012

As a portrait photographer, Gay Block began in 1973 with portraits of her own affluent Jewish community in Houston and later expanded this study to include girls at summer camp and this series on Jewish retirees living South Miami Beach. Her recently released photography book, About Love, is a retrospective, highlighting Block’s thirty-five year career and includes never before published work. This is a selection from the chapter, ‘Miami, South Beach’. [via Feature Shoot]

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Photos of Waters in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 29 March 2012

Photographer Michael Yamashita has been shooting for the National Geographic magazine for over 30 years, combining his dual passions of photography and travel. After graduating from Wesleyan University with a degree in Asian studies, he spent seven years in Asia, which became his photographic area of specialty. [via Feature Shoot]

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Portraits Taken in a Tokyo S&M Love Hotel (NSFW)

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 29 March 2012

Nathalie Daoust’s latest project, Tokyo Hotel Story, continues her exploration of female sexuality and subversion of gender stereotypes. Spending several months in the Alpha In, one of the biggest S&M “love hotels” in Japan, Daoust photographed 39 women in their private rooms, surrounded by the specialist equipment and dressed in the regalia that define their trade. All images are photographed on analogue film and hand printed ina darkroom. This allows Daoust to manipulate the negatives more faithfully to the images she felt and saw in her mind’s eye at the time of shooting. [via Feature Shoot]

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Photo collages blend modern Shanghai with traditional art

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By Alison Zavos in New Art on Tuesday 6 March 2012

Yang Yongliang is a young photographer and artist from Shanghai. For ten years he studied traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy which have greatly influenced his work. His photo collages combine elements of traditional Chinese art with modern life in Shanghai. [via Feature Shoot]

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Awe-inspiring aerial photos of tree farms

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 24 February 2012

Gerco de Ruijter is a photographer based in the Netherlands. About this work, Baumschule, a series of tree farms in Boskoop and Kesteren, he writes: ‘A patchwork quilt of very different, neighboring agribusinesses separated only by a narrow road or a ditch. Here a bald, recently plowed field; there a piece of land full of holes dug for future trees. I found an enormous variety of visual elements. They show up not just because of the different seasons, but also through the stratification of the land. Trees, soil, holes. The combination of a tight grid and the camera’s central perspective results in a distinct depth, while on a cloudy day foreground and background may slide into each other’. [via Feature Shoot]

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Photos of abandoned cars overrun by nature

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 24 February 2012

Peter Lippmann is an American-born photographer who has worked in Paris for over 25 years. He specializes in still life, advertising, magazine work, food, and trompe l’oeil. This work, Paradise Parking, offers ‘a poetic look at the relationship between the creations of man and mother nature’. [via Feature Shoot]

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Incredible 3D photos of Popcorn

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 24 February 2012

Kfir Ziv is a photographer who splits his time between New York and Tel Aviv working with still, motion and fine art photography. Ziv recently opened KZTLV, a full service photography studio, gallery space and artistic hub based in Tel Aviv. This is his series of 3D popcorn. [via Feature Shoot]

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