There is a jarring disconnect as our eye sorts the organic from the imposter.
Disquieting Landscapes from Surveillance Cameras Around the World
After pulling landscape footage from CCTV feeds around the world, Marcus DeSieno employed a 19th-century photography technique to create his eerie images.
Photographs of the Vanishing Southern Pinelands, an Ecosystem that Thrives Through Fire
In 2010, photographer Chuck Hemard began documenting what remains of the longleaf pinelands in the Coastal Plain of the southeastern United States.
A Photographer Documents How Spirit Mediums in Myanmar and Thailand Blur Gender
Transcendents: Spirit Mediums in Thailand and Burma features photographs by Mariette Pathy Allen of the gender variance of participants in spirit cults.
A Photographer Remixes Her Family Photos into Cryptic New Moments
For her new book ObjectImage, Sarah Tulloch has cut and collaged a collection of black-and-white photographs she inherited from her grandfather.
In Photographs of Estate Sales, Price Tags Mark the Possessions of the Dead
For a year, photographer Norm Diamond visited up to 10 estate sales a week, documenting the stranded possessions for his series What Is Left Behind.
A Photographer Retraces the Coastal Landscapes of Longfellow’s “Evangeline”
Mark Marchesi spent several years documenting the emptiness of Acadia, which inspired Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s 1847 epic poem.
Scarred Rejects from the Farm Security Administration’s Great Depression Photos
Spend some time browsing the 145,000 negatives at the Library of Congress from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and an odd pattern will emerge.
Portraits of Afghani Women Imprisoned for “Moral” Crimes
“The female prison population in Afghanistan overwhelmingly consists of individuals who are serving 5-to-15-year sentences for moral crimes,” Gabriela Maj writes in Almond Garden: Portraits from the Women’s Prisons in Afghanistan, out next month from Daylight Books.