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A Truth Beyond Photojournalism: Cristina de Middel’s Nigerian Journey
Cristina de Middel‘s mysterious and fascinating images from Nigeria inspired by an African book. Via Time’s Lightbox.
Can You Really Know All Your Facebook Friends? This Photographer Tried to Find Out
Photographer Tanja Hollander did something we can all relate to: she met in person those of her Facebook friends she actually knew nothing about. Via Slate.
Beautiful abstract photography by Osma Harvilahti. Via Ain’t Bad Magazine.
The Home Stage
A new, intimate and spellbinding series by Jessica Todd Harper explores the world of family relationships. Via Lenscratch.
A selection of excellently composed photographs by master photographer Chris Killip. Via The Telegraph.
Enchanting shots of life in Russia by renowned photographer Claudine Doury. Via Thisispaper.
Photographer Makes a Statement about China’s One-Child Policy by Duplicating His Subjects
Images by Fan Shi San. Via Featureshoot.
Erna and Hrefna
Magical photographs of two Icelandic twin teenage girls by Ariko Inaoka. Via Phases.
Preserving Tradition in Japan
Amateur photographer Yukari Chikura captured centennial tradition of Japan endangered by modernity and the 2011 tsunami. Via NYT’s Lens.
Irregular Portraiture from Young New York Photographer Eric Chakeen
New York street portraits with a fresh, original approach. Via It’s Nice That.