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Less Is More: Black and White Minimalism
Two masters—Ansel Adams and Michael Kenna—inspire and inform these contemplative black and white photos that work with negative space to create minimal yet impactful compositions. By Hengki Koentjoro.
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White, blue-collar males are not the only Americans voting for Donald Trump this November—this series explores the diverse contingent of Latinos who have pledged their vote to the controversial candidate. By Edoardo Delille and Giulia Piermartiri.
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Notes From Aperture: What Informs How You Look at the World?
In conversation with Aperture magazine's editor Michael Famighetti, who takes us behind a recent issue and also offers advice for up-and-coming photographers: "Be curious and read up on the history of photography. In short: what's informing how you look at the world?"
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Hyper-modern megacities around the world offer a dizzying look into humanity's conception of a "brighter" future. For example, man-made "supertrees" promise to purify rainwater—useful, perhaps, when all the "normal" trees will have long since disappeared... By Ryan Koopmans.