More powerful still are the subjects and stories behind the images. The photographers listed covered global conflicts and social unrest, capturing the aftereffects of war on the places once defined as home. They shot raw and honest portraits of real people, reflecting changing attitudes to sex-positivity and combating tired beauty industry rhetoric. From the curious coincidences captured in NYC by Jonathan Higbee, to Lin Zhipeng’s hedonistic images that are banned in his hometown, here are IGNANT’s most popular photography features from 2018.

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