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Tag:Series

Brian Finke’s ‘Flight Attendants’ Series Alludes to Romance of Early Air Travel

[ad_1] Brian Finke’s ‘Flight Attendants’ Series Alludes to Romance of Early Air Travel New York-based photographer Brian Finke’s ‘Flight Attendants’ series is the product of two years of travel crisscrossing the United States as well as numerous trips abroad. Photographing flight attendants in action, as well as at a training school, Finke’s series documents the lives of those who travel for a living. Traveling with more than 10 different carriers, Finke documented the work-and the small moments of down time-of […]

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Playful ‘ImagineFrance’ Series Brings Contemporary Approach to Historical Sites

[ad_1] Playful ‘ImagineFrance’ Series Brings Contemporary Approach to Historical Sites Maia Flore’s ‘ImagineFrance’ series takes its audience on a fantastical tour of 25 famous sites in France, from the gardens of Versailles in the north to the Pont du Gard in the south. Featuring Flore and her partner, artist Jeremy Joseph, as models, the pair traveled throughout France to capture whimsical, modern relationships to historical cities and monuments. Commissioned by Autout France and Institut Français, and arranged by her agency, […]

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Series Documents the Dangerous, Fascinating Work of Commercial Fishermen on the Bering Sea

[ad_1] Series Documents the Dangerous, Fascinating Work of Commercial Fishermen on the Bering Sea Photographer Corey Arnold’s series ‘Fish-Work: The Bering Sea’ documents the daily lives of commercial fishermen aboard the f/v Rollo during winter crabbing expeditions-considered one of the world’s most dangerous jobs. Arnold’s photographs show the fishermen’s complex relationship to the fierce ocean and deadly storms that surround them, showing the dichotomy of exhaustion and awe; frustration and exhilaration. Part of his larger ongoing ‘Fish-Work’ series, ‘Fish-Work: The […]

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‘Blue Iceland’ Series Features Richly Detailed Landscapes in Infrared

[ad_1] ‘Blue Iceland’ Series Features Richly Detailed Landscapes in Infrared Photographer Andy Lee’s “Blue Iceland” series, shot in infrared, portrays the stunning terrain of Iceland in a new way. The country’s classic bright greens and delicate blues are replaced with thick shadows and bright bursts of white and blue emanating from the mountainous terrain. Devoid of human presence, the series is eerily captivating. A self-described “large Welsh fella with a camera,” Lee traveled throughout Iceland in a camper van with […]

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Photojournalism Series – Jet Airliner: The Complete Works

[ad_1] Photojournalism Series – Jet Airliner: The Complete Works A day at the beach is normally a relaxing activity.  If you are familiar with Maho Beach, located on the Dutch side of the Caribbean island of St. Maarten, it isn’t as relaxing. Right next to the beach is a short runway of the Princess Juliana International Airport. Beach-goers swim and play while planes descend overhead. The air is also noted to smell of kerosene. This interesting spot is not a […]

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Series Documents an Abandoned Mining Town as it is Reclaimed by the Namib Desert

[ad_1] Series Documents an Abandoned Mining Town as it is Reclaimed by the Namib Desert Toronto-based photographer Elaine Ling’s series “Abandoned, Namib Desert” documents the abandoned diamond mining town of Kolmanskop, located in the desert of southern Namibia. Ling’s series explores the relationship between man and nature as abandoned buildings are eroded by shifting sand and relentless wind. Founded by a German mining company to house the miners and their families, the town of Kolmanskop was established to provide workers […]

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“Lost in Fukushima” Series Documents Loneliness, Aftermath of Disaster

[ad_1] “Lost in Fukushima” Series Documents Loneliness, Aftermath of Disaster Tokyo-based photographer Uma Kinoshita’s series “Lost in Fukushima” documents Fukushima a year after the 2011 disasters had displaced more than 100,000 people over radiation concerns alone. Focusing on absolute loneliness and loss, Kinoshita captured these “places where no one could or should be.” “Lost in Fukushima” features images of the Fukushima prefecture devoid of human inhabitants. In some images, evidence of the disaster is central and unmistakable; in others it […]

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Beautifully Minimalist Series Documents Urbanization of Mongolian Population

[ad_1] Beautifully Minimalist Series Documents Urbanization of Mongolian Population With a combination of intimate portraits and urban landscapes, French photographer Lucile Chombart de Lauwe captures a snapshot of Mongolia in transition for her beautiful series “Foyers (Urbains) Mongols,” which documents the move of rural populations into large cities. Focusing on the transition from rural to urban, Chombart de Lauwe documents populations in flux as traditional ways of life are meshed with modern influences. After her initial visit to Mongolia in […]

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Vincent Laforet Adds Las Vegas to His New High-Altitude Series Along with Lofty Goals for Social Interaction

[ad_1] Vincent Laforet Adds Las Vegas to His New High-Altitude Series Along with Lofty Goals for Social Interaction After the New York City debut of his new project, Vincent Laforet unveiled photographs of Las Vegas from a helicopter at an altitude of 10,800 feet, 7,500 feet above Sin City. This morning, Fstoppers caught up with Laforet to shed some light on the new project including the gear used to shoot it, technical limitations, and even some interesting goals for the […]

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Vincent Laforet’s AIR Series Stops in Los Angeles Before Crossing the Atlantic for Europe

[ad_1] Vincent Laforet’s AIR Series Stops in Los Angeles Before Crossing the Atlantic for Europe   Vincent Laforet‘s latest AIR series blankets the City of Angels with a farewell series of shots before the project will head to Europe for the first time starting mid-May. As Laforet continues shifting cities (from the previously covered New York City, Las Vegas, and San Francisco projects), his aesthetic slowly changes in response to the varying challenges and differences between shooting each city. Fstoppers caught up with Laforet to discuss […]

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