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In the early 1980s I walked across Staten Island, N.Y. with a large camera, exploring and recording life in the "forgotten borough".
A personalized view of the icons and iconic events of his generation with Peter's commentary of the inside stories behind the images.
Hello, Skater Girl is a photography book of girl skateboarders.
A necessary American portrait project. Anyone that is anything other than 100% straight, across the nation - they face discrimination.
A global journey. 40,000km around the world. By bicycle. Join me, photographer & writer Rob Lutter to ride the final 25,000 together...
We aim to explore, document and produce a photo book on one of Ireland's most mysterious and remote islands: The Skelligs.
Join us as we travel to Ethiopia to document the most rare and endangered canine in the World: the Ethiopian Wolf.
"By the Olive Trees" is a 64-page color newsprint publication consisting of stories from those affected by the Syrian civil war.
The Black Garden is a photographic investigation of the East/West divide. Based in Istanbul I will travel the region for one year.
I would like to raise money to fund the publication of my Polaroid book and the exhibition of the images.
Meat America: An eye-opening, artery-closing look at the American spirit through the work of photographer Dominic Episcopo.
Barikat (Barricade) is a photography book about the Gezi protests that took place in Istanbul in 2013 with text in English and Turkish.
I want to publish a book of photographs I made in collaboration with children in one neighborhood in Ethiopia since 1999.
Two astrophotographers set out to capture the perfect Milky Way image.
Using photography to increase scientific understanding and local awareness of a critically endangered ecosystem
A new book of revisionist landscape photographs from the fringes of the San Fernando Valley, to accompany an upcoming exhibition.
Envisioning positive change and mobilizing Chicago's South Side community through large-scale public photography instillations.
A book of photographs of high energy physics experiments around the world, from Japan to Argentina, Switzerland to Antarctica.
In 1989, following in the footsteps of Frank, Winogrand, and Eggleston, I drove across the country and documented malls across America
Help Michael Ririe raise money to be able to publish his first book, and help raise awareness for children with disabilities!