Photo Essays

‘The People of Pernoshal Park’

Written and photographed by Jake Epstein Photo by Jake Epstein. I am Jake Epstein, a second-year photography student specializing in commercial photography from Augusta, Ga. After experimenting with different styles
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‘Shameful Lust’

Written and photographed by Nora Benjamin Photo by Nora Benjamin. "Sex is the consolation you have when you feel as though you cannot have love," said Literature Nobel Prize laureate
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‘The wilting buildings’

Midtown neighborhood house shrouded in black. When we think of Midtown Atlanta, our minds turn to big buildings, colorful sidewalks and lively cafes or bars. We do not initially think
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‘Sweet Stuff’

Written and photographed by Sarah Kopkin. My name is Sarah Kopkin and I am a second-year photography student at SCAD. I started getting into photography during my second year in
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‘Things on my shrine’

My view of existence is complex — it is a combination of many beliefs and cultures. I acknowledge this by keeping a shrine of things that have a spiritual significance
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‘Black Outlined Blue’

Written and photographed by Daniel Davis Edwards Watching the killing of Philando Castile in his car by a police officer at a traffic stop left me with a visceral thought
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Censoring insecurities

Photo by Tyler Judson. Body positivity has become a worldwide subject over the past few years. With the rise of online censorship, it has become difficult to share the joys
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