Articles tagged "photography"

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Happy World Photo Day: Photos from the staff of DPReview

Happy 2017 World Photo Day! We asked everyone on staff at DPReview to share one photo that they took within the last year that makes them jazzed on photography. Here's what we chose.

Cheap purchases that will help improve your photography

You don't have to empty your savings account to take your photography to the next level. These cheap buys cost about $50 or less, and come with outsized benefits for your photography.

Beautiful images from the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017 shortlist

The Royal Museums Greenwich has announced the shortlist for its ninth annual Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. Click through to see the shortlisted images.

EyeEm 2017 Photography Awards finalists revealed

EyeEm has revealed the finalists for its fourth annual photography contest, the largest competition of its kind.

Ten expert tips for successful macro photography

In this article, expert macro photographer Thomas Shahan shares advice for successful closeup photography of bugs, insects and small animals.

Winners of the 2017 Magnum and LensCulture Photography Awards announced

The winners of the 2017 Magnum and LensCulture Photography Awards have been announced. Here are the six photographers who took home the top prize in their respective categories.

Ten ways to shake 'photographer's block' for good

Fresh out of photographic zen? Follow these tips to get creatively unblocked.

This self-taught photographer is telling the stories of women across rural India

Photographer Deepti Asthana's project Women of India documents the stories of women across rural India, revealing how far behind these regions are when it comes to girls' and womens' rights.

Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers crowns competition winners

The winning image in the Creatures Great and Small Photography Competition was taken by Michelle Howell and shows an Argentinean ornate horned frog in a reflection pool.

Photographers and photo editors on the passion the drives them

For his last article as editor of the TIME LightBox photo blog, Olivier Laurent asked 13 influential photographers and photo editors to share what drives their work.

In pictures: America's empty railroads

Youthful trainspotter turned adult photographer, John Sanderson has traveled across the United States, documenting the country's railroads. But you won't find any trains in his pictures.

Never before seen photos of Mount St. Helens eruption found in thrift shop camera

A roll of film discovered in an Argus C2 from an Oregon Goodwill turned out to contain some incredible images – and has been re-united with the original owner's family.

Surfing under the northern lights

Find out how Chris Burkard shifted from editorial photography to his true passions: landscapes, conservation and, of course, surfing.

Air Koryo's aging airliners are beautiful, scary time-capsules

Air Koryo started flying in 1952, and much of its current fleet still dates from the 1960s. Danish commercial photographer Arthur Mebius has taken 24 flights on some of its oldest airplanes, so you don't have to.

The good, the bad and the ugly of aerial photography part 5: examples and comparison

In the fifth and final part of his series of articles on aerial photography, Erez Marom recaps some of his most formative experiences.

Stories behind the images: Magnum Photos opens its vaults

Magnum Photos is 70 years old, and it's celebrating with a series of international exhibitions. The BBC has gone behind the scenes with 15 images from the Magnum archives.

Magnum Photos announces new investors, aims to modernize business

Faced with profitability challenges, Magnum Photos is accepting outside investment for the first time in its 70-year history.

Photographer travels the world to find its most stunning libraries

Let's hope that Thibaud Poirier remembered to turn off the autofocus 'beep' on his camera first.

Turning the Black Sea blue: NASA's image of the day shows phytoplankton bloom

NASA's appropriately-named Aqua satellite is orbiting the earth at an altitude of 438 miles. And of course there's a camera onboard.

'That's me!' Guardian interviews girl in famous Bruce Davidson photo

When Bruce Davidson visited Wales in the mid 1960s, a young Cheryl Winterson was playing in the street, oblivious to the presence of the Magnum photographer.

'Dusty' photos on display at London gallery

From moments that changed the political landscape forever, to a crowd watching the demolition of a Kodak plant, a new exhibition explores the images captured through clouds of dust.

Long Shot 2017 is Saturday, June 10th. Will you be shooting?

One of the ways we celebrate the arrival of summer is with the Photographic Center Northwest's (PCNW) Long Shot – a global 24-hour photo shoot that is open to anyone, anywhere, with any camera (yes, including your phone). Will you be shooting with us?

Benjamin Von Wong sheds light on child hunger

Photographer Benjamin Von Wong is focusing his camera on an issue facing many children in America: food insecurity.

Photographer takes 100-day road trip through Trump's America

Photographer Naomi Harris spent the first 100 days of the Trump administration traveling America, interviewing and photographing the people she met, to find out how they voted – and why.

So much for that idea: Swiss village lifts photography ban after story goes viral

Just days after 'banning' photography, the Swiss village of Bergüm has, not surprisingly, reversed course.

Will the robot revolution make photographers extinct?

According to a website set up to track such things, apparently not. But models, on the other hand, should be worried...

Sony World Photography Awards 2018 opens with new categories and grants

The $30,000 prize pot has been augmented this year with a new series of grants that aim to allow winning photographers to undertake projects during the next year.

New regulations aim to end harassment of tourists by photographers at Indian monuments

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is changing its photography policy such that only licensed commercial photographers can snap photos of tourists at the more than 3600 monuments it manages.

Photography proves therapeutic for war veterans

Military veterans in Spokane, WA are working with doctors and psychiatrists to use photography as therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

Photographing wrecks: the amazing world of undersea photography

The floor of the world's oceans is littered with human debris, from sunken cruise ships to lost cargo. As part of its  #EarthCapture photo challenge, the BBC is showcasing some eerie underwater images.

Europeana Photography lets you browse through the first 100 years of photography

Europeana Photography is a new online image archive that includes more than 2 million historical photographs from European collections in 34 countries, covering the first 100 years of photography.

New images of Jupiter's pole show enormous, gorgeous storms

NASA's Juno spacecraft is sending back its first images from Jovean orbit, and they're beautiful.

Imaging Resource selects best cameras for backpacking

As summer really gets going over here in the Northern hemisphere, the team at Imaging Resource has put together a list of the best cameras for backpacking.

Surreal photos capture Ukraine's fallen Lenin statues

The Ukrainian Parliament banned statues of Lenin in 2015. Two years later, the monuments no longer adorn public buildings or stand watch over town squares, but they're still there.

New startup 'Binded' aims to simplify copyright for photographers

Copyright disputes are no fun at all. 'Binded' is a new startup that aims to simplify the process of registering - and enforcing - copyright for photographers.

Here’s the OTHER photo of Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald

We’ve all seen Bob Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo, but there's another.

New book and time-lapse video features photos taken without light pollution

Photographers from the SKYGLOW project travelled 150k miles and took 3 million photos in increasingly rare locations: those without light pollution.

Canon asks photographers  to interpret their sense of taste photographically

Canon Australia's video series "The Lab" is designed to make photographers experiment and think outside the box. In the latest video a  group of photographers create images based on their sense of taste. 

'It's about being prepared for whatever is thrown at you': Q & A with William Vazquez

William Vazquez travels all over the world documenting humanitarian work. He spoke to us about the challenges of his work, the importance of research and why a multitool and duct tape are your best friends in the field.

Eric Kim tells you not to trust photo bloggers like Eric Kim

Confused? Maybe it's just easier to read Eric's article that explains what he means.

A mother shares her love of adventure with her son

Benjamin Von Wong is at it again, this time partnering with digital artist Karen Alsop to give a paralyzed mother an opportunity to share her love of adventure with her 8-year-old son.

Karsh, Beaton and Swannell featured as Camera Press celebrates 70 years with exhibition of famous faces

An exhibition of portraits that chart the last seven decades of celebrity photography will mark the 70th birthday of British photo agency Camera Press. Read more

Adrian Fish's images offer a rare look at the archives of the East German secret police

Canadian Photographer Adrian Fish and his camera got access to the archives and meeting rooms of the Berlin office of the East German secret police for the series Deutsche Demokratische Republik: The Stasi Archives. 

30 years of Anne Geddes
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CNN talks to iconic baby photographer about her 30 years in the business.

National Geographic highlights early 'People' entries to Travel Photographer of the Year 2017 competition

Submissions are being accepted until June 30th. Thinking of entering? Scope out the competition in the 'People' category and check out some early favorites. See gallery

Russian photographer in White House 'security breach'

When President Trump met Russian diplomats at the White House this week, US Press were not invited. But a photographer for Russian news agency TASS was allowed in, apparently by accident. And some intelligence experts are worried.

The striking beauty of manmade Mexico

The Atlantic's Alan Taylor used Google Earth to illustrate the beauty of manmade landscapes in Mexico, both ancient and modern.

Photoshelter interviews Bloomberg Photo Editor Eugene Reznik

On photography as a universal language and the importance of diversity.

Gaze upon these surreal photos of a mirror and a salt lake

Murray Fredericks' mesmerizing photos are an exercise in minimalism.

Exhibit celebrates the influence of cars on photography

Who knew that the Ford Falcon influenced photographers in Argentina?

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