Brooklyn-based photographer Lexi Lambros has a definitive eye on contemporary New York.
Canadian photographer Michael Graydon makes minutely observed postcards from an inviting elsewhere.
Ian Ruhter is travelling around America taking its picture, but he's using a very unique camera and an outmoded photographic technique.
Just like face recognition technology, model skeletons and double-jointed elbows, abandoned places tow the line between creepy and cool.
It's only a matter of time before someone uses one of Montreal photographer Benoit Paillé's "Alternative Landscapes" as an album cover.
Detroit isn't what it used to be. Once the hub of the world's automotive industry, over the past few decades the city's fortunes have waned considerably and the population has dropped 25 per cent from its peak.
When you take on gravity you generally lose. Unless you're David Nemcsik - who took on levitation for his photo project and came out on top.
In 2011 David Eger had a simple mission: create a new, compelling photograph every day using only the Phase I Clones from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.
New Zealand photographer Ben Cauchi says he thinks wet plate processes "are like a 19th century version of Polaroid".
Jason Lang is a Canadian photojournalist who goes places that other folks don't, or are too claustrophobic to try.
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