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It won't come as a surprise to anyone that there are some unpleasant, predatory men within the photography industry. However, a long-form, extensively researched special report in the Columbia Journalism Review about sexual harassment is still a depressing, eye-opening read.
A popular Instagram user based in Singapore has been caught passing stock images off as his own work. Daryl Aiden Yow, who has worked with many recognizable brands, has apologized for his actions, and has deleted some images from his Instagram account while adding credits to others.
British photographer Drew Gardner tells us how his gigapixel image of the queen's birthday parade came together.
PIXEO is a paid photo scouting app that uses crowdsourced information from photographers around the world to aggregate the best photo spots, from New York City to Beijing.
AFP news agency's Kabul Chief Photographer Shah Marai was one of several journalists killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan's capital city, the agency has confirmed.
London-based photographer and YouTuber Jamie Windsor explains how a phenomenon known as the Dunning-Kruger Effect can hinder your growth as a photographer.
A report from the National Endowment for the Arts shows that photography and photo-finishing services contributed $10.2 billion to the US economy in 2015.
An incident involving a photographer struck by a car during the outdoor racing event Sno*Drift Rally has spurred discussion and criticism over shooting practices in risky situations.
Photographers who fly frequently in the US may want to finally invest in that TSA Pre-check status: in standard security lines, cameras and all other electronics larger than a smartphone will need to be placed in a separate bin for screening.
Photojournalist Pete Souza served as the presidential photographer for both Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. In an interview with fellow photographer Marcia Nighswander, he discusses several of his most noteworthy images.
The pervasive nature of our digital world makes photos books and zines all the more powerful.
When there's a Magnum photographer in the family, your photo album looks a little bit different.
The work of the late street photographer (and actor/director) Fan Ho is being shown at an exhibition in his native Hong Kong. Thirty images, along with the Rolleiflex that he used almost exclusively, will be on display.
Photographer Tyler Shields' image of Kathy Griffin holding a Trump mask made to look like a decapitated head has not gone over altogether well.
Photographer Linda Köhler-Sandring used a mobile studio setup to photograph 888 subjects in exactly the same style and lighting for speedy capture and editing.
Stanley Greene captured 'brutally honest' photographs in the war zones of the Middle East, Chechnya and Georgia. He was also one of the few African-American photographers working internationally.
Norwegian landscape photographer Thomas Berger is losing his sight to diabetes, but is still in pursuit of the perfect image.
Well, this is embarrassing.
Photographer Bob Holmes shares tips about lighting to bring that 'National Geographic look' into your pictures.
Everyone’s first friend from the early 2000’s is now an avid photographer.
The photographer was held for an hour under British anti-terrorism laws while police searched through his images after he refused to identify himself.
Amy Shore has written an epic blog post that ranges from learning your camera to finding clients and invoicing.
A woman featured in his series 'In the Shadows of Kolkata' bears an uncanny resemblance to a subject in a 1978 Mary Ellen Mark photo.
Submerging your gear underwater is a good way to ensure it's ruined. Here's the story of one photographer who learned the hard/expensive way the importance of being aware of one's surroundings.
Columbia Journalism Review recently surveyed a group of photojournalists on their favorite publications to work with based on several criteria, including arguably the biggest one – what they pay. Read more
Photographer Lynn Goldsmith has been sued by The Andy Warhol Foundation following her claim that the artist infringed upon a photo she took of musician Prince in 1981. Read more
On March 20, the Library of Congress announced that it has acquired photographer Bob Adelman's archives, a massive collection containing 575,000 images. Read more
A couple of students have taken the wraps off a new website that will offer free Raw images for download with the aim of helping photographers practice editing skills. Read more
Electronic devices larger than cellphones will be banned in carry-on luggage on flights to the US from some Middle-Eastern and African countries. Read more
Dust off your resume: the US Supreme Court is looking for a full-time photographer. Read more
After five and a half years, photojournalist Mannie Garcia's civil rights lawsuit against the Montgomery County Police department has resulted in a settlement. Read more
PDN has announced its annual list of 30 emerging photographers to watch, chosen from a pool of almost 300 photographers. Read more
Daniella Zalcman was tired of hearing photo editors say they don't know where to find women photographers, so she created Women Photograph – an online directory of female photographers. Read more
This year's Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) conference and expo featured workshops from industry-leading photographers, some unexpected new gear releases and plenty of fun, unique, and sometimes downright weird photo-related products. Read more
Photographer Jack Dykinga's career has spanned many decades, and over the course of years his focus turned from straight photojournalism to fine art photography. A new book and a recent interview with Resource Travel offer some insights into his journey. Read more
US President Donald Trump's official photographer has a well-established client base in Washington DC and previously photographed Sarah Palin on the campaign trail. Read more
Travel photographer Lisa Bettany's journey into photography literally began one step at a time as she recovered from a traumatic back injury. Read more
Following a beta test, photography website 500px has launched its photographer Directory to the public. Read more
Last year, four Canadian filmmakers were arrested after photos and a video were published showing them walking on off-limits geothermal features in Yellowstone National Park. Three of them pleaded guilty and will receive fines, community service and a little jail time. Read more
Mexican fast-food restaurant chain Chipotle is being sued for $2.2 billion by a customer who claims a photo of her has been used in advertising without her consent. Read more
Graphic designer Jessica Hische has developed a tool to help creatives respond to requests for work. Made with designers in mind, photographers who are frequently asked to work 'for exposure' or very little pay might find it appealing too. Read more
We sat down with ten well-known photographers and asked a simple question: "Who would you want to shoot your portrait?" Some of the answers may surprise you. See video
Three of the four Canadian filmmakers who were caught roaming onto Yellowstone's Grand Prismatic hot spring have pled not guilty to charges of foot travel in a thermal area and disorderly conduct. Read more
Photographer Benjamin Von Wong, never one to shy away from extreme conditions to get a shot, has released a new set of images from his most recent shoot among the lava flows of Hawaii's Big Island. Read more
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