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Notice how each artist approaches the same concept differently, and with different effect. Julien Knez’s mashups of historical Paris remind us of how well-preserved the city is (and, subtly, why); in contrast, Babak Fakhamzadeh’s work in Freetown shows us the decay that’s set in in many post-colonial cities. Far afield from both is Francois Dourien’s project: more whimsical, yet with a sly nod to how popular culture – as delivered by our smartphones – can become the goggles through which we view our actual, physical environment.
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Without meaning to, Porsz had been documenting a social record of the 70s, 80s, and 90s, and in 2009 decided to see whether he could track down some of his subjects, and see where the arcs of their lives had taken them. Which sounds like an impossible task: find subjects from hundreds of candid street portraits, persuade them to pose again – in the same location – then tell their stories. http://bit.ly/2fyu3yh
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As with other photographers we’ve featured that play with concepts of time, Funch’s series was incredibly labor intensive. After choosing a promising location, he’d shoot for three to five days, then decide if he’d continue. If he did, he’d shoot another five to ten days, producing between 1,000 to 10,000 images for the final composite. http://bit.ly/2fdZUkO
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You should have seen us in our kitchen in that moment, with pictures syncing between MacBook and PC. I thought I’d died and gone to heaven! http://bit.ly/2fkXsIG
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We have a busy household with four children – eight, five, three, and almost one year-old – and Caroline looks after the kids, including homeschooling. So the speed and efficiency Mylio provides is important to us. We’ve been very intentional in how we want our family unit to function, and that’s one of the reasons we decided on a photography business. I don’t have to go to a 9-to-5. Sometimes we work on weekends, and those are long days, but then we have weekdays with the kids, and can take family vacations. We decide how hard we work, or when we work. We try and remember what’s most important, and get to share moments all the time. http://bit.ly/2gJGpW5
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As I’ve grown, I’ve come to respect my father more and more for who he’s always been to me, and how he indirectly shaped who I am by being the best role model I could ever have looked up to. These pictures remain a couple of my favorites, as they show my father how I’ll always remember him: stern, aggressive, to-the-point, composed, in charge — and most of all, real. From his time in the military, to business, to life lessons, to having fun, Pops was always disciplined. He taught me a lot of the foundational elements that I still rely on today in my daily life, and in my role in customer service, sales, and support.
This is my father. Every year since I was little, my father and I would go to opening day for fishing in Washington State. I rebelled as I got older, going
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"I can’t dance. I can’t in my room, nor in a club, let alone any kind of stage. Whenever I am forced to try, I stumble or freeze or drink enough to disappear. However, this time, for the first time, I found myself actively involved in dancing – even if by using someone else’s body." http://bit.ly/2fEcj2J
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Here's a handy infographic about all the ways Google tracks you -- and how you can find out more: http://bit.ly/2gKmotC
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This photographer was contacted by the Chief of the isolated Suri tribe, an indigenous people of the Amazon whose traditional way of life – and very existence – were being threatened by illegal logging. In a bit of cultural ju-jitsu, the Chief was using modern-day technology to wage his fight, and these massive light portraits, projected onto the rain forest, were another tool to get the word out:
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For more than three decades, the veterinary students from the University of Sydney have been producing a charity calendar, with proceeds going to local farmers and ranchers. Images here are from both the 2017 and 2016 editions, with a behind-the-scenes video from this year's project. http://bit.ly/2hUb1Da
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We’re big believers here at Mylio in the concept of photograph as time machine. And so is fine art photographer Chino Otsuka. In the video below, she describes the concepts behind her project Imagine Finding Me, in which she digitally composites her present-day, adult self into childhood photos from the family album.
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In 2008, people started stumbling across a mysterious web site with no apparent author or contact information — just scans of thousands of Polaroid pictures, carefully archived by year, one for every calendar day since 1979. 18 years worth. Closer examination showed the photos documented a life in all its small moments, right up until what appeared to be illness and death. “Initially it wasn’t meant to be looked at by anyone,” says one of the site’s curators. “A group of us were putting on an exhibition of the photos and the site was a place where we could look at the pictures while we talked on the phone.” http://bit.ly/2j6twoR
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