Train-surfing, hitch-hiking, and struggling through edgelands are the primary modes of transport chosen by photographer Mike Brodie and his itinerant young subjects in A Period of Juvenile Prosperity. Documenting Brodie’s traveling community of freedom-seeking adolescents as they bushwhack through the ‘burbs and backwaters of the United States.
Let’s pretend it’s summer already and enjoy some underwater beauty. Female photographer Caroline Mackingtosh did an amazing job capturing these women through submerged shots and smart use of natural light.
Every year since 1960, the government has held a Military Photographer of the Year competition to highlight the best images created by photographers in uniform. US Air Force Master Sergeant Jeremy “JT” Lock has won the award a staggering seven times. No other military photographer has come close to that.
Swiss photographer, Jean Revillard’s project Sarah on the Bridge documents the journey of a young girl who travels from Ghana to Italy where she hopes to make a future as a dressmaker. Upon arrival, Sarah enters the vortex of modern slavery often connected with migration, as she is forced to pay back her debts by selling her body in a forest near the Italian town of Turin.
Los Angeles-based photographer Brice Bischoff has a project titled Bronson Caves. Between 2009 and 2010, Bischoff visited the caves in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park with his 4×5 large format camera and some very large sheets of colored paper. He then used long exposure times to paint colorful blurs into the photographs by waving the papers around.