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with Mark McInnis

There are some bitter people in Portland, but photographer Mark McInnis isn’t one of them. He spends most of his time outside the city, on the coast, so he doesn’t have to interact with the assholes as much.
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World Press Photo 2017 Winners

From assassination in Turkey to air attacks in the Ukraine, here's the most captivating shots of the year.
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Captivating Synchrodogs

That moment when imagination and reality come together, blending in a mesmerizing outcome. Haunting images with an eerie feel despite all the color use. Meet the Ukrainian art-brut savage duo Synchrodogs.
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VOLCOM DOCUMENTARY: VEECO

Veeco: A Volcom Filmmaking Documentary takes a journey through the Volcom film library and goes behind the scenes with the filmmakers and riders as they share tales from Veeco Productions inception to the present day.
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’13 Annual: Henry Diltz

Did I ever tell you kids about the ’60s? Of course not; I wasn't there. Henry Diltz was though, and he has an enormous archive of photos and anecdotes to prove it. Henry's decades-long photographic career started when he picked up a thrift-store camera and began shooting his friends who, for the most part were - or would become - rock 'n' roll icons.
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