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The 7th Annual Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards Is Open for Entries

Now in its seventh year, The Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards is back and better than ever. We’re giving this year’s winners opportunities to exhibit their work as part of gallery shows in Berlin and Paris, be featured in street exhibitions in Los Angeles and New York City, and have their work published as part of Feature Shoot’s Emerging Photographers...

51 Artist Residencies Around the World

Feature Shoot’s latest guide is your go-to resource for discovering dozens of the best residency opportunities for photographers worldwide. For decades, residencies like Yaddo and MacDowell have fostered generations of photography’s most influential voices, from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Francesca Woodman. Of course, you’ll find those big names in our...

A Public Exhibition Celebrates The Beauty and Transcendence of the Black Body

‘The Flying African’ (2018) © Mikael Owunna Mikael Owunna was born in Pittsburgh, and his family moved there permanently when he was just three years old. Some of his earliest memories include large gatherings with extended family, pool days with cousins, and movie nights at Flagstaff Hill in the summertime. By the late 1990s, many of his family...

Step Inside Mexico City’s Historic Danzòn Ballrooms

Gloria & Omar, mother and son dancing, Salón Los Angeles, Jan 2020 © Chiara Bonetti Billy at the Salón Los Angeles cloakroom, Jan 2020 © Chiara Bonetti On one Sunday evening in January 2020, while visiting Mexico City, the photographer Chiara Bonetti entered Salon Los Angeles, a ballroom dating back to 1937, at the invitation of a...

One Photographer Covers the Brutal Cost of Leather Production in India

Everyday, 50 million litres of highly toxic waste water is generated by the tanneries of Kanpur. © Sean Gallagher Rakesh, 16, strokes a piece of leather in the factory where he works in the India city of Kanpur. He suddenly lost the sight in his left eye as a child and is one of many people in the area suffering from health development issues....

50 Workshops for Photographers in 2021-22

US$15 Buy Now Workshops have been a mainstay of the photography community since the 1950s, when Ansel Adams hosted courses for just $10 a person, but this year, following global lockdowns, perhaps they mean more than ever. As the industry reopens, we compiled a guide to fifty workshops taking place around the world, each offering fresh opportunities...

Inside the U.S. Military’s Uncanny “Theater of War”

In the summer of 1994, Chris Sims spent a summer in college working for a migrant farm worker labor-organizing project. Among his many duties was making photographs used for various publicity campaigns, a job that took him into spaces he wouldn’t have otherwise seen. “That showed me how a photograph could be a tool for our organizing efforts,...

Factory Farming Is Horrific for Animals, and It’s Also Making People Sick

Tingerup, Denmark, 13 March 2019. The body of a dead piglet sticks out of a broken bin outside one of the industrial pig farms affecting the small rural villages in the area. More bodies of dead piglets can be seen inside the bin through the broken lid, dumped as trash on the side of the road. Tingerup farm is known for regularly dumping dead pigs...

Photographer Documents Her Father With Bipolar Mood Disorder

An estimated 1% of the global population — 78 million people — live with Bipolar Mood Disorder (BPD), a mental and physical illness characterized by extreme bouts of manic and depressive episodes. Occurring equally among men and women, BPD often first presents in early adulthood. While studies show a genetic component to the illness, the exact cause...

These 11 Photographers Are Challenging the Mental Health Stigma

One in five US adults experiences mental illness each year. I happen to be one of them. At least 8.4 million Americans provide care to an adult with an emotional or mental illness, and depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. May is Mental Health Month, so this year, we took the opportunity to revisit some of the stories we’ve run on...

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