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A Weird and Wonderful Book of Found Vintage Photos

Canadian artist Jonah Samson collects photographs by unknown people. He looks at literally thousands of images per day on eBay, and he buys the ones he likes. This has been going on for twenty years. Yes, Yes We’re Magicians is a story he tells with some of the prints from his archive.

Self Portraits Reveal What a Successful Male Artist Might Wear

Barneys $1,790.00

Moshood $400.00

G&M Mens Suit Outlet $150.00

When photographer James Pomerantz turned 40 in January of this year, he took a moment to reflect on success and what it meant. As the father of two young children, he recognized the importance of financial security, but understood that being a successful artist went deeper than this. It required him to be “true to my ideas, able to do it, and keep doing it. If I didn’t have to worry about the finance, I’d have the freedom to just create.”

On the Go: Faces of an American Youth Subculture

Sherie & Allister, New Orleans, LA. 2016 © Michael Joseph, Courtesy Daniel Cooney Fine Art, NY

They are on the move across the United States, and sometimes the world, catching rides wherever they can, by freight train or by car, living by their own set of rules. They are known as Travelers, people who call the open road their home, guided by wanderlust. Boston photographer Michael Joseph has devoted nearly six years of his life to documenting Travelers through intimate portraiture.

Norman Reedus on his foray into photography

Unknown Soldier

First apartment – Mingus Room

Most will know Norman Reedus for his role as Daryl Dixon on AMC’s the Walking Dead, but when Reedus isn’t shooting walkers, he’s shooting something completely different—armed not with a crossbow, but with a camera. Reedus has been taking photographs throughout his acting career.

These 3 Photojournalists Receive the $30,000 Catchlight Grant

Students from School #18 perform a show at the local theater in Sergiyev Posad, Russia, 15 Dec 2016. The show promotes the cadet school at School #18. © Sarah Blesener

55-year-old Solitary Housing Unit inmate Craig Canary in his solitary confinement cell at Pelican Bay Super-Maximum Security Penitentiary. Mr. Canary was initially incarcerated for assault with a deadly weapon, then transferred from solitary confinement at New Folsom prison to the SHU at Pelican Bay. Mr. Canary had been in this particular solitary confinement cell for one year while awaiting “gang associate validation” (the process by which the prison investigates whether or not an inmate is a member of a prison gang). The heavy scarring on Mr. Canary’s stomach is from a gunshot wound. © Brian Frank

Baseball practice in Montgomery County, Maryland. According to records obtained from the FAA, which issued 1,428 domestic drone permits between 2007 and early 2013, the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the U.S. Navy have applied for drone authorization in Montgomery County. © Tomas van Houtryve

On April 25th, photojournalists Sarah Blesener, Brian Frank and Tomas van Houtryve were named the Inaugural Catchlight Fellows. Each will receive a $30,000 grant to pursue their work with one of three Catchlight Media Partners: Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, The Marshall Project, and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

Reflections from NOOR Photographers on the Future of Photojournalism

© Nikon France, Robin Hammond during Nikon-NOOR Academy Workshop in Paris

It is often said that today photojournalism as an industry is in a state of crisis; photojournalists are overworked, underpaid and major media companies are hiring fewer staff photographers. Those we spoke to from the Nikon-NOOR Academy based in Amsterdam during the World Press Photo Festival 2017 aren’t so sure.

Wonder and Violence on the Bering Sea

Blind Leader © Corey Arnold

Red Fox in Dutch Harbor, Alaska © Corey Arnold

Octopus Bait © Corey Arnold

As a child, Corey Arnold traveled the open seas in his imagination. He’s fished since he was in diapers, first as a hobbyist with his father and later as a commercial fisherman. He took his first deckhand job in 1995, and he’s since spent hundreds of days and nights catching sockeye salmon, halibut, codfish, and king crab, navigating howling winds and violent waves.

Poignant Photos of Animals Rescued From Abuse

Diane and Buddy at Catskill Animal Sanctuary © Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals

Running piglets at Farm Sanctuary © Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals

In the summer of 2012, a heavily pregnant pig at a factory farm was beaten with an electric prod and a metal pole because she wouldn’t move from her crate. The sow screamed through the ordeal. When it was caught on audio tape, the SPCA and Farm Sanctuary’s Emergency Rescue Team were able to remove her from the farm. When the pig finally entered the safety of the rescue trailer, she collapsed in exhaustion and was immediately brought to a veterinarian at Cornell. This was the start of her new life.

A Look Behind-the-Scenes in an Animal Rescue Mission

Activist from Animal Equality carries lamb out of factory farm during an open rescue ƒ Jo-Anne McArthur / Animal Equality

Activist protectively cradles hen during open rescue © Jo-Anne McArthur / Animal Equality

Activist carries one of the rescued piglets out of the factory farm © Jo-Anne McArthur / Animal Liberation Victoria

In 2013, photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur accompanied activists from Animal Liberation Victoria as they entered a pig farm in the dead of night. Inside the farm’s “sick bay,” they found about thirty ill and injured animals. Some had a green “X” spray-painted on their backs, meaning they were too ill to be of use to the farm and would be killed soon. That night, the activists picked out three of the doomed piglets and carried them out into the open air.

Shocking Photos Taken Behind-the-Scenes at Puppy Mills

Dogs in their cages at a puppy mill before being rescued. © Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals with the Montreal SPCA

A recently rescued dog receives care. © Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals with the Montreal SPCA

A recently rescued dog receives care. © Jo-Anne McArthur / We Animals with the Montreal SPCA

In 2013, photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur was with the SPCA when they seized approximately 100 dogs from a puppy mill in rural Quebec. After a lifetime of living in confinement, about half a dozen pit bull-type were finally led into the open air. Their tails, once firmly tucked between their legs, started to relax. The rescuers spoke softly and offered their hands for the animals to sniff. Little by little, the wagging began.

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