Christine Holtz & Lauren S. Zadikow: 50 Greenspace Dumpsites

Christine Holtz is an American artist and educator. In her submission for Consumption, Christine presents 50 Greenspace Dumpsites; a series of cinematic photographs documenting illegal dumpsites in Pittsburgh. 50 Greenspace Dumpsites is a collaborative effort between Holtz and photographer Lauren S. Zadikow, in an effort to bring light to the consumption and exploitation of Pittburgh’s public…

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Andrew Williams: Drought

Andrew Williams has been previously featured here in Lintroller. A driven, prolific documentary photographer – Andrew has recently completed a series on the Drought plaguing different regions within the United States: Drought is one of the costliest of climate hazards and has impacted the United States on many occasions, including currently in California. Extensive research…

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Jason Vaughn: hide

“hide is a project that began as a commentary on Wisconsin’s hunting tradition, using deer stands as a metaphor for the changing values of the sport. When my sudden cancer diagnosis interrupted the project, hide took on a much deeper, more personal meaning. I was inspired on my drives through Wisconsin by deer stands, and…

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Matteo x Patocchi dips in an out of focus.

“I am deeply inspired by the natural and urban environments alike and am constantly experimenting through digital photography. I overlay different types of photographs from my personal archive to create uncommon, ethereal and magical atmospheres and I am really interested in the worlds within our world. My work deals with the unknown and imaginative in…

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Paul Sisson: Not so Far from Here

  Not So Far From Here is an ongoing body of work that explores the Western American Landscape and the wonders and curiosities that lay beyond the focused eyes of this 21st century society.  We place so much emphasis on our destination, and everybody, myself included, is seemingly always on such a tight schedule that…

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Yanina Boldyreva: Groping After

” People are inclined to see supernatural in all that surrounds them. But as a rule the more we are hunger for a miracle the less any wonderful and spontaneous things occurs in our life. The photos of this project comprise two approaches. The first one tells about our desire to make magic out of…

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Mark Rubenstein's mysterious, beautiful women.

Mark Rubenstein is a Los Angeles based photographer. Rubenstein’s works combine portraiture and landscape imagery to phenomenal effect. Foggy, bluish, otherworldly light touches his subjects, whether it is unnamed women or the vast wilderness. Natural, existing light seems to be present in Rubenstein’s photographs – however, he bends it to expertly create images that feel…

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Vanessa Rondon wanders at night.

The pictures in this book are photographs I made of the neighborhood I live in Brooklyn, New York. I shot these photographs between the times of 11PM to 2 AM. I made most of the images with a medium format film camera in respect to the long history of landscape photography but I mixed them…

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Dennis Baburov: Bolshaia Volga

“Bolshaia Volga“ — is a study of a great Russian river. Once praised in bylinas and fairy tales, in paintings of Levitan and Repin, in Gorky and Ostrovsky plays this river nourished Russian people generation after generation. What is Volga today? In what way people living along Volga are differ? What is going to happen…

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Bryan Steiff: Wind Project

Wind is a photographic project that examines and documents the burgeoning infrastructure for producing wind energy in the United States. A dramatic surge in construction of massive wind farms, small commercial applications, and emerging residential use of energy generating wind turbines, is creating changes in the landscape in profound ways. Whether viewing the high-density installations…

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Georges Salameh sees men dream

“‘Your home will be the one where you would put your head to sleep and for a pillow one dreamgrove.” These words were pronounced by a prostitute, hosting a scared 12 years old kid. He was one of thousands of Greek survivors from the Asia Minor Catastrophe of 1922. To reach Lebanon, he walked barefoot…

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Living the Parklife with Sean Carroll

Sean Carroll has traveled to a number federal and state parks, forests, and destinations throughout the United States where the public “meets” the wilderness. Using his father’s tatered road Atlas as a reference, his journey of documenting vacationing Americans touches upon more than the desire to touch nature, but highlights the conveniences and amenities that…

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Marshall Scheider is road tripping

Marshall Scheider recently moved to New York from Portland, Oregon. The images that are included in this set were shot in August, during his journey across the continent. Stretching 5,400 miles,  Scheider traveled through California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkasas, North Carolina, Virgina and New Jersey.  

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Pascal Amoyel: Levés d’Ouest

Pascal Amoyel is a photographer based in Paris, France. This series was initiated in the western part of France called Brittany, a region that combines long coastlines, hilly areas and vast spaces, part of which remains untouched. The dispersed pattern of settlements, despite an old and obvious human history, gives human presence a singular and…

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5×5: Flaneur by Jonny Abraham

5×5 features five photographs by five photographers, usually curated around a specific subject matter, selected by a guest editor. My name is Jonny Abraham, and I’m a recent graduate of Parsons the New School for Design with a BFA in photography. My most recent body of work, The Nature of the Beast, was landscape photography,…

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Anastasia Samoylova: Landscape Sublime

Russian born photographer Anastasia Samoylova is interested in the intersection between the natural world and the virtual. In her elaborate images, Samoylova deconstructs traditional, landscape photography by embedding them within highly produced, contemporary still life settings. Executed with impressive precision, Samoylova’s “Landscape Sublime” curiously bring together the natural and the artificial in a refreshing way.

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Portfolio: Emiliano Granado

Emiliano Granado creates lush, travel photographs that embrace its viewers with warm open arms. Granado is one of the creators, alongside Daniel Palsey, of Yonder Journal, a project dedicated to the American wilderness. Shot mostly in medium format, Granado has the ability to catch natural light in such a grandiose way. The landscapes and the…

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