Stunning macro photographs of Dew Drops

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 17 February 2012

Sharon Johnstone is a Birmingham-based fine art nature photographer. Of her Dew Drop photographs, she writes: ‘With macro photography I escape to another little world. I love finding beautiful colors and abstract compositions within nature. I think I am at my happiest when I am crawling around on my hands and knees exploring a small patch of moss dripping with sparkling dew in the early morning sun’. [via Feature Shoot]

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Hells Angels photos from 1965

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 10 February 2012

In early 1965, LIFE photographer Bill Ray spent several weeks with The Hells Angels. Ray recalls his days and nights with Buzzard, Hambone, Big D, and other Angels (and their ‘old ladies’) at a time when the roar of Harleys and the sight of long-haired bikers was still new, alien, and for the average, law-abiding citizen, simply terrifying. This is a selection of Ray’s images originally published by LIFE.com, and more images can be seen on their website. [via Feature Shoot]

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Photo portraits of Model Railway Enthusiasts

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 10 February 2012

David Vintiner is a British portrait photographer living in London. These portraits are from a personal project, Enthusiasts, which was selected for the Creative Review Photography Annual last year. He writes: ‘My Enthusiasts were shot on location at a model railway exhibition in Birmingham, England. In my photography I’m drawn to the subtlety of the everyday, in this case, passion for a hobby’.

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Photos of Iceland’s beautiful Northern Lights

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 9 February 2012

Bernhard Kristinn is an advertising and fashion photographer centrally located in Reykjavik where he runs a studio and rental company. These are his photographs of Iceland’s Northern Lights. [via Feature Shoot]

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Cathode-Ray-Tube televisions being switched off

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 9 February 2012

Stephan Tillmans is a Berlin-based photographer. He writes: ‘The Luminant Point Arrays show cathode-ray-tube televisions being switched off. The television picture breaks down and creates a structure of light. The images open up a dialogue between the relationship of abstraction and concretion in photography as the breakdown of the television picture describes the breakdown of external reference. The result is self-referential, concrete photography’. [via Feature Shoot]

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Photos taken from the back seats of abandoned cars

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Tuesday 31 January 2012

Photographer Alicia Rius is based in the Netherlands. Her series, From the Back Seat of My Car, is a testament to her vision of viewing abandoned objects as ‘hidden treasures’. She writes: ‘I did not plan this project. I never looked for these cars, and in fact, I think they found me. I wanted to immortalize their beauty and turn the tin into something romantic’.

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Brilliant bubble photographs by Sam A Harris

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Tuesday 17 January 2012

Sam A Harris ia a photographer currently based in Brighton. Of this series, he writes: ‘For me, Untitled (bubbles) was more of a technical task as opposed to a project with any exact conceptual direction. It was a strive for perfection, and an attempt to photograph an ever changing and unpredictable object in a unique manner’.

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Disney-themed macro photography of insects

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Wednesday 21 December 2011

Nadav Bagim is a photographer from Ramat-Gan, Israel. His WonderLand images are created by using unique but simple artificial lighting and household objects from vegetables to plastic bags. The photos are shot inside a miniature studio. The insects were found in his apartment and on plants outside his window. They were not harmed during shooting.

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Amazing macro photography of water drops

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 4 November 2011

Heinz Maier recently started photographing last year. His main interest is in macro photography, specifically water drops (featured here) and insects.

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Marissa Nadler releases her fifth album

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By Alison Zavos in New Music on Friday 30 September 2011

Folk singer, Marissa Nadler, photographed by New York photographer Wesley Mann for Feature Shoot, recently released her fifth full-length self-titled album on her own label, Box of Cedar Records. If you are in London this week, stop by Rough Trade West or Bush Hall to check her out live.

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Street walkers shot by Google Street View cameras

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 4 August 2011

Mishka Henner is a photographer and artist living and working in Manchester, England. About this project, he writes: ‘No Man’s Land explores the margins of urban and rural environments in Europe as experienced by what appear to be women soliciting sex, all captured by Google Street View cameras. Sourcing locations from online where men share local knowledge on the whereabouts of sex workers, these areas were then visited online and re-framed using the Street View cameras’.

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Food photographed with an electron microscope

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Tuesday 19 July 2011

Caren Alpert is a food photographer based in San Francisco. For the last 18 months, she has been shooting food with an electron microscope. The foods featured here are Cake Sprinkles (above); then (below) Brussel Sprout; Shrimp Tail; Passion Fruit; Sun Dried Tomato; Star Anise; and Blueberry.

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Interview with Elizabeth Harper from Class Actress

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By Alison Zavos in New Music on Wednesday 6 July 2011

Yes, we’re digging the Class Actress Terrible Remix of Ghosts by CANT, Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor solo project. We caught up with Class Actress frontwomen, and occasional Lost At E Minor contributor, Elizabeth Harper, for a chat. [Photo by David Yellen for Feature Shoot]

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Interview with Nic Endo, Atari Teenage Riot

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By NotAHipster.com in New Music on Sunday 19 June 2011

Is This Hyperreal?, Atari Teenage Riot’s first album released through LA future stomp label Dim Mak, is an acetylene laced documentation of ATR’s re-ignition after an eleven year silence. We checked in with legendary frontwoman, Nic Endo. [photo by Laurie Sermos for Feature Shoot]

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Carl-Johan Paulin

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By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Saturday 5 March 2011

With an extraordinary technical talent, Carl-Johan Paulin prefers to get the images right while shooting rather than by using the computer. Some of his clients include Absolut, Bon, Diesel, Mazda, Strawberry Frog and Sony Playstation.

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