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Feature Shoot Group Show: Photos of Tourist Attractions

euro_disney_Tim JohannisDisneyland Paris by Tim Johannis

Keelung-Yehliu-Park,-Taiwan by Dragos BardacYehliu Geological Park,Taiwan by Dragos Bardac

Photographs of Sanya: China’s “Hawaii”

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Looking for a break from the Beijing ‘fog’, photographers Biel Calderon and Mark Esplin decided to travel to Sanya, an Island and famous tourist destination in Southern China. ‘We felt it would be intriguing to collaborate given that we both grew up in a similar environment to Sanya – Mallorca and Torquay respectively. The concept was to collectively document our experience. Inspired by Christopher Anderson’s quote “My work is a truth, but it is my truth, my experience” we felt it would be interesting for two photographers, with different styles, to approach one story,’ said Calderon.

Sanya China

Sanya china

Feature Shoot Group Show: On the Road

alex arzt_5Photo by Alex Arzt

Smithson-AlinePhoto by Aline Smithson

The Daily Lives of Flight Attendants Photographed by Brian Finke

Flight-Attendants Brian Finke photography

Flying the friendly skies, New York editorial photographer Brian Finke crisscrossed the United States photographing flight attendants on Delta, JetBlue, Hawaiian, Hooters Air, Southwest, and Song airlines before going abroad with such carriers as Air France, Qantas, and British Airways. In London, Finke visited a flight attendant school complete with emergency rafts and billowing smoke, and then, continuing east, he traveled on Air Asia, Thai, Tiger, ANA, Japan, and Cathay Pacific. The result of two years of travel is Flight Attendants, a collection of photographs documenting the lives of those adventurous souls who choose to work at 40,000 feet.

Bustling Megacities Photographed by Martin Roemers

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Martin Roemers studied photography at the Academy of Arts in Enschede, the Netherlands. His work has been exhibited widely and is held in public, private and corporate collections including the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and the Ford Foundation in New York. He has received awards and recognitions including two World Press Photo Awards in 2006 and 2011. These photographs of megacities are from his series Metropolis, which is currently on view at Anastasia Photo in New York.

Maha Shivaratri Hindu Festival Photographed by Mark Coughlan

Maha-Shivaratri Mark Coughlan photography

Mark Coughlan is a professional documentary travel photographer specializing in global social issues and world events. He has travelled to India 17 times and most recently photographed Maha Shivaratri, an annual religious and spiritual festival held in Girnar, near Junagadh in Gujarat. He writes:

Qatar’s Skyline Photographed by Chris Johnson

Qatar skyline chris johnson photography

Chris Johnson is a travel photographer based out of New York City.  His latest personal project was shot while on location in Qatar along the city of Doha’s booming skyline. Using traditional zone system techniques, Johnson isolated each building by blowing the backgrounds out creating a digital file that required no masking and little adjustment. He explains:

‘Feet First’ Travel Photography

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London photographer Tom Robinson got the idea for his Feet First series in 2005 while sitting on Brighton beach (England) with his new girlfriend Verity. He writes: ‘I thought the scene of our feet pointing out to sea would make a nice photo. Ever since then, we’ve continued to document our travels in this way, resulting in a collection of over 90 photos. In 2011 the series took a new twist with the arrival of a third set of feet – our daughter Matilda.’

Tom-Robinson travel photography feet

Tom-Robinson travel photography feet

Shaw & Shaw photograph charming and quaint life

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Shaw & Shaw photographers, Joanna and Christoph Shaw, have been working together for over a decade. Their shots of wig shops, pies on shelves and empty cafes went on to define their style. Whether on the streets of New York, in the Austrian alps or at the Huddersfield indoor market Shaw & Shaw seek out the quaint, unusual and mundane. Their first project together was an award-winning self published book called Where Are You? which documented the charming and tawdry details of Northern British life.

shaw and shaw photography

shaw and shaw photography

Laundry from around the world photographed by Sivan Askayo

Sivan Askayo photography

Sivan Askayo, originally from Israel, is a New York City-based photographer, specializing in travel and kids photography. This project, Intimacy Under the Wires, began in the vibrant alleyways of Tel Aviv’s Jaffa neighborhood and has become an ongoing project, taking her to Madrid, Barcelona, London and Buenos Aires. She is currently attending the International Center of Photography in New York.

Sivan Askayo photography

Sivan Askayo photography