Photos by Joel Tettamanti. See more below.
This week’s giveaway comes courtesy of photographer Nguan, born and raised in Singapore. He gifted me his beautiful book “How Loneliness Goes” and has graciously offered up the very last book from the edition, #220 of 220, for one of you.
If you’d like to snag the book use the comments below to share a link to your favourite photo post on Booooooom from 2013 (and what you liked about it).
Have a peek inside the book below!
“Imagine Finding Me” is a project by photographer Chino Otsuka in which she cleverly composites herself into photos from her past. The digital manipulations here are pretty masterful, the lighting in each is near perfect. I wonder if she actually went back to these locations to shoot.
Enjoy a selection of the images below!
In December, veteran photojournalist David Guttenfelder was selected as TIME’s pick for Instagram photographer of the year. He has won the World Press Photo award seven times, and was one of the first foreign photographers to be allowed to document North Korea.
Guttenfelder commented that North Korea “is not the kind of place where you can make what photojournalists call good pictures very easily”. All of his photos were shot with a government minder looking over his shoulder.
I’ve included a small selection of his images below. I don’t know if North Korea has ever been captured this way before.