© Yang Seung Woo
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The Best Days
When he was young, South Korean photographer Yang Seung Woo and his friends where involved, although marginally, with the Kkangpae, the local mafia. Seung Woo then moved to Japan to study photography; years after, he came back and took pictures of those of his friends who stayed with the Kkangpae instead. Via Il Post.
Marco Casino documented the dangerous hobby of many young South-Africans: train surfing. Via Burn Magazine.
These beautiful photos by Claudine Doury capture the “empty times” of adolescence in the biggest pioneer summer camp in former Soviet Union. Via Thisispaper.
Paul Strand, Master of Modernism, in Retrospect
Photographs by one of the fathers of modern photography, and a master of the 20th century: Paul Strand. Via Time’s Lightbox.
Ute Mahler’s Portraits of Life Behind the Wall
Photographer Ute Mahler grew up in the city of Lehnitz when it was still part of East Germany. Her pictures are historic records of life during that era. Via Photobooth.
A Rare Peek Inside the Famed Factory Where Ferraris Are Born
Who wants a Ferrari? Photos by Luca Locatelli. Via Wired.
Impressive, painterly portraiture by Vincent Gouriou. Via LensCulture.
Surreal, Muted Photos of a Touristy Town in the Off-Season
Photographs by Ariane de Palacio. Via Featureshoot.
Sophie Barbasch‘s immersive pictures examine the slow life in the small coastal town of Brooklin, Maine through the example of the photographer’s family. Via Another Place.
Tunnel Vision: the Cinematic Allure of the Moscow Metro
Intriguing photo essay from the depths of Moscow’s subway by photographer Tomer Ifrah (we previously featured Ifrah’s unusual take on India’s Kumbh Mela festivity).
© Wenxin Zhang
And these were last week’s features on Fotografia Magazine:
- 10 Photographers You Should Follow on Tumblr / Vol. #3
- Extraordinary Pictures of Naked Bodies Lying in Dramatic Landscapes
- Five Nights, Aquarium – Deeply Intense and Beautiful Work by Wenxin Zhang
- Quirky Street Photographs from Pau Ll. Buscatò
- The Legend of the House Haunted by Seven Sisters
- This Is the Place Photographer Isabella Stahl Left Behind
- Powerful Photos Document a Father’s Anxiety for His Prematurely Born Child
- Erotic Friday #8 – Carlo Mollino