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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the Symmetrical Portraits series of photographer Julian Walkkinstein, living between London and Sydney.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the Women of the Valley State Prison series by American photographer Cy Williams, based in Los Angeles.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing the project of the Viennese photographer Stephanie Moshammer "Vegas and She", in which she explored the mythical and ghostly world of striptease in Las Vegas, which is usually not shown.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the “Project I” series by Irish photo artist Imon Doyle, who is shooting unusual portraits of elderly people whose faces and destinies are inconspicuously passing by us every day.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the series "The Beautiful Gene" by Italian Marina Rosso, who learned that red-haired donors are the least popular among clients of sperm banks, and decided to reflect this fact with the help of art.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing the project “First Position” by London-based photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor, who captured the experiences of young ballet dancers a couple of minutes before an important audition.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing a draft by a native Renna Marion Pourier dedicated to invisible outsiders, without which our life is impossible, to cleaners and cleaners.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the “Watching TV” series by French photographer Olivier Cullman, who has studied for several years how TV has equally successfully introduced people from the United States, Morocco and India into trans.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week - a series of "Lovers Shirts" creative duo from Los Angeles Herclayheart.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the Singapore series of photographer Nguana, who grew up in Singapore and lives in New York.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the "Courts" series of Australian photographer Ward Roberts (we recommend subscribing to his instagram), who traveled around the world in search of beautiful, minimalistic and empty sports fields - left to themselves, deprived of their function and by the very lack of action reminiscent of for what they are created.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the "Chemin de Chair" series by French photographer Matilda Giron, who showed how beautiful the naked bodies of obese women can be, turning them into abstraction.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing a series of “Afsaneh” by British photographer Ali Mobasser, in which he captured the life course of his beloved aunt in her photographs from documents - from school certificates and driving licenses to passports and travel tickets.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the Haru and Mina series by Japanese photographer Hideki Hamad, in which he is trying to document the maturing of his own sons and at the same time nostalgic about his childhood.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is the “Cosmetic Girls” series of Korean photographer Oh Hyun Kun, who photographed more than a hundred made-up Korean teenage girls to show how pop culture influences their notions of beauty.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing the project of a young photographer Martha Jakkone "Be Still, My Heart", who decided to dispel the prejudices of society about early motherhood and documented the life of young mothers from South Wales.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing the project “Opera” by the French photographer Charles Frege, who for several years has been methodically removing his catalog of people in a variety of uniforms - from the characters of the Peking Opera to the bathhouse attendants and cheerleaders.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week is a series of "Unnamed billboards" by American photographer Mark Hartman, a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology living in New York.

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EVERY DAY PHOTOGRAPHERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD are looking for new ways to tell stories or capture what we didn’t notice before. We choose interesting photo projects and ask their authors what they wanted to say. This week we are publishing the "Mom" project of a young American photographer Molly Matalon, who she dedicated to her mother and tried to better understand her own person with the help of art.

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