Feature Shoot showcases the work of international emerging and established photographers who are transforming the medium through compelling, cutting-edge projects. With contributing writers from all over the world and a wide range of interests, we feature contemporary work in all genres of photography: fine art, documentary, portrait, still life, landscape and more. We believe that photography is a powerful mode of storytelling, and share works that have a strong narrative vision. Started in 2008 by Alison Zavos, Feature Shoot has now amassed an archive of over 3,000 posts of exceptional photography from around the globe.
In addition to running daily posts about new and ongoing photographic series, we also run exclusive interviews with artists, themed group shows and reviews of current exhibitions.
We have a strong sense of professional integrity, and contact each photographer and ask permission to run their images before publishing our features. However, if you see something on Feature Shoot that’s misattributed or that you would like removed, please contact us at featureshoot(at)gmail(dot)com.
The desk of Alison Zavos, Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Alison Zavos is the Founder/Editor-in-Chief of Feature Shoot and an occasional photography curator. She is also an active member of the photography community, reviewing portfolios for numerous organizations, judging contests, and speaking on various panels discussing topics such as the impact of new media, marketing, press and photography blogs. Prior to running Feature Shoot full time, Zavos worked as a photo editor. She currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband, daughter and Affenpinscher.
The desk of Ellyn Kail, Staff Writer
Ellyn Kail is a writer and avid animal lover. She studied photography and art history at Sarah Lawrence College. Since graduating, she has written for the feminist BUST Magazine blog, the arts blog Beautiful/Decay, Paper Journal, and the BarkPost. When she’s not at work, Ellyn can be found walking in the Bronxville woods with her pit bull mix Brenda or sitting in the park with her husband Tim. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and Ellyn hopes someday to write those words.