FotoWeb is your weekly guide to the best of photography on the web. This week we loved, among others, the poetic images by Chinese photographers Zhu Lanqing and Feiyi Wen, Dougie Wallace’s glaring street photographs as well as the black&white pictures by Gaia Squarci, who imagined what it must be like to become blind.
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Photos by Dougie Wallace. Via GUP.
Photos by Gaia Squarci. Via Burn.
A Journey in Reverse Direction
Photos by Zhu Lanqing. Via Invisible Photographer Asia.
In a Manner of Speaking (8am, 8pm)
Photos by Feiyi Wen. Via Ain’t Bad Magazine.
Erwin Polanc Explores the Story of Fading Town Eisenerz
Photos by Erwin Polanc. Via Thisispaper.
Photos by Stefan Haehnel. Via Juxtapoz.
Documenting Life Inside a Cramped New York City Apartment
Photos by Thomas Holton. Via American Photo.
Photos by Nanda. Via Lenscratch.
Photos by Matthew Dols. Via LensCulture.
Photos by Dan Mariner. Via YET.
And here is a few highlights of what we’ve been sharing this week: