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Viewfinder: Ryan Dorgan

Ryan Dorgan began taking pictures during his sophomore year of college, when a camera literally showed up on his doorstep. He’s now a photojournalist in Casper, Wyoming, where he spends much of his time taking pictures of the…

Viewfinder: The Spook Light

Antone Dolezal gives viewers a peek into the eerie side of Oklahoma. From abandoned homes to Ozark’s unexplained “spook lights” phenomenon, Dolezal uses photographs and found objects to explore his home state.

Viewfinder: Laura Partain

When Laura Partain was 17 years old, she got her first professional gig shooting a wedding and realized she could make living doing what she loves. Since then, whether she’s backstage taking pictures of musicians in Nashville,…

Viewfinder: Clare Benson

Though Clare Benson appears in many of the striking images in her series The Shepherd’s Daughter, she doesn’t consider them self-portraits. The series started when she began substituting herself for her father in the…

Viewfinder: Katie Currid

Katie Currid’s family moved a lot when she was growing up. During her adolescence, they settled in Missouri, where Katie stayed through college. After college and internships, she settled for a spell in Staunton, Virginia,…

Viewfinder: A Family Tradition

Charlotte Strode began getting serious about photography after her Pulitzer-Prize winning father gave her the cameras he used to shoot photos in Vietnam during the war. Now Charlotte uses the lens to explore her roots and connections in…

Viewfinder: The Last Stop

Most of us speed past a unique form of American architecture – distinctive local rest areas. Photographer Ryann Ford makes these wayside wonders the final destination in a forthcoming book, The Last Stop. Pull over and enjoy…
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