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Daniella Zalcman is a photojournalist who has worked for the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Sports Illustrated, and National Geographic, among other outlets. When she moved from New York to London, she decided to create a series of double exposures to marry the spirit of both cities based on a combination of negative space, color, and contrast.

Daniella’s double exposures create beautiful imaginary landscapes, and are captured entirely with her iPhone 4s. Although she ordinarily uses professional-grade DSLRs, she enjoyed using the iPhone for the freedom it afforded her, feeling more at liberty to experiment with techniques which would be out of place in traditional photojournalism.

In line with other hip “smartphone photography,” like Chase Jarvis’ The Best Camera Is the One That’s With You, Daniella’s photos speak to something beautiful about travel, through a lens which is portable. She agreed to answer some questions on and share her work with Matador, and we encourage you to check out her Kickstarter campaign, which runs through May 11.

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Austin Yoder

After his first trip to Taiwan, Austin Yoder was detained by US Customs in the airport when he came through security with an entire carry-on suitcase full of tea, which TSA mistook for weed. Austin traveled into Kashmir for Yak Butter tea, and currently lives on the ground in Taipei, Taiwan in constant search of unique and funky loose leaf teas. He reviews the best of what he finds on his site http://tearroir.com and http://facebook.com/tearroir.

I went to Japan to experience and document Kyudo, the ancient art of Japanese archery.
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It's described as one of the seven wonders of the natural world.
They weave, sew, carve, collect, and create traditional instruments from local resources.
The train signal boy stands with a flashlight and flag to signal the trains to proceed.
Bodysurfers seem to blend into the ocean's landscape.
The Kugrak is one dramatic valley among thousands.
I had to hand in my phone. From that moment on, we were always accompanied.
He has brought his camera into areas where bullets are flying and bombs are falling.