Detroit and its history can't help but be a permanent and major part of the Rust Belt's rise and fall. Photographer Russell Marshall has lived through the good times in Detroit, as well as its industrial decline.
If you're looking for an adventure through largely unknown territory, Nagorno Karabakh, a landlocked autonomous region between Armenia and Azerbaijan, is the place to go.
Regarded as one of the pioneers of numeric photography, which he explores the possibilities since 1986 with the revolutionary "Paint Box," imported from Japan, Seb Janiak contributes to a new dimension and proposes a visionary art.
As a Rust Belt photographer, older U.S. autos are part of my steady diet when scouring the land for potential shots, because in this setting they are much more to me than simply a car, they represent the arc of the story of life in the Rust Belt.
The divide between the analog and digital world does indeed grow bigger every day and has an impact on the most basic things.