Photography

Internationally renowned fashion photographer David Slijper has photographed some of the most famous people in the world – Beyoncé, Matt Damon, Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson and Kanye West – for influential fashion publications including i-D, Dazed & Confused, Harper’s Bazaar, W Magazine and US, British, French, Chinese, Japanese and Italian Vogue.

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Logan Zillmer is a successful fine-art photographer with a vivid imagination and a keen eye for detail. He is noted for producing a signature style of experimental, surrealist conceptual photography that has garnered international interest and recognition, and has generated a robust online following.

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Jonathan Diaz is a talented portrait photographer based in Salt Lake City, UT, United States. For his “Anything Can Be” project, photographer and collection editor Diaz costumes the young patients according to their wishes—as fairies, athletes, knights, a firefighter, a cowpoke, or less generically as a baker, “Batkid,” and a “fashionista”—and portrays them here with fulsome introductory tributes to their spirit and courage.

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Allie Cashel and Erica Lupinacci have started an impactful photo project that helps to give others a voice. As teens, both women were diagnosed with chronic illnesses that are, essentially, invisible. Cashel copes with chronic Lyme disease, while Lupinacci was diagnosed with Lupus during her senior year of high school. Both illnesses don’t show noticeable physical symptoms and are instead characterized by an internal struggle. “I have a few memories of being aware that Allie was sick,” Lupinacci told The Mighty. “She took a leave of absence from school for a while and we visited each other in the hospital a few times, but we never sat down and talked about what we were scared of or what was hard. And I think that’s pretty consistent of young people going through this.”

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While on a trip to visit the Ijen and Bromo Tengger Semeru volcanoes in East Java last month, Chicago-based photographer Reuben Wu captured the unusual sight of molten sulphur that flows from fumaroles at the base of the Blue Fire Crater at Ijen. The area is usually swarming with tourists, but Wu stayed after sunset until the moon rose to capture these otherworldly images.

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