Articles tagged "photography"

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'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. Read more

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

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?

Photographer condenses classic movies into single images

Jason Shulman's long-exposure photos turn the movies' color design and composition into abstract washes.

Dramatic night photos incorporate military equipment

Joshua Simmons is a newcomer to photography who has embraced astrophotography – and happens to be a soldier.

Photographer takes wedding photos at the top of the world

A Northern California couple worked with a local photographer to have their wedding photos taken somewhere unusual - Base Camp on Mount Everest.

Pano Awards for panoramic photography opened with $50,000 prize fund

Panoramic photographers are being invited to enter images for the annual Pano Awards to compete for prizes from Epson and Nikon as well as $22,000 in cash. 

Former fashion photographer captures the world's largest telescopes

Spoiler alert: they're really big.

PDN announces 2017 Photo Annual contest winners

Photo District News has announced the winners of its 2017 PDN Photo Annual competition, and there are some pretty amazing images. Read more

Lauren Greenfield's 'Generation Wealth' studies the influence of affluence

A fascinating study of vanity.

Richard Mosse named 2017 Prix Pictet winner

The series, 'Heat Maps,' features refugee camps captured with a high-tech thermal imaging device.

Want to win a Tamron lens? Enter Resource Travel's photo competition

Resource Travel's 'Show Us Your World' photo competition offers some nice Tamron lenses to the winners.

Practical advice to improve your street photography

Street photography is hard. Fortunately The Phoblographer has some tips to improve your odds.

How many of these photography documentaries have you seen?

Resource Magazine has put together a list of 31 inspiring photography documentaries, featuring everyone from Cartier Bresson to Chris Burkard.

Star Wars fans: May the 4th be with you

The Guardian posts a photo gallery of Star Wars fans who really get into character on unofficial 'Star Wars day.'

Bringing color to early photos

Long before color film there were photocroms, and they made photos seem a bit more real.

US military journal pays tribute to photographer killed in 2013

Four years after US Army combat photographer Hilda I. Clayton was killed in a training exercise in Afghanistan, army journal The Military Review has published her final photograph, in an issue focusing on gender equality in the military.

Nature photo competition winners feature scientists at work

Just another day at the office.

New exhibit shows the power of photo collections

A selection of images from the Walther Collection illustrate how collections of photographs reveal more about the world and our identities than a single image.

TIME Lightbox tells the story behind a viral May Day photo

Photographer Zakaria Abdelkafi, a Syrian refugee, explains how he reacted to a Molotov cocktail thrown at police, and how the experience impacted him.

Harper's Bazaar celebrates 150th birthday by projecting photos on the Empire State Building

Iconic fashion photos from Harper's Bazaar's 150 year history graced the side of the Empire State Building last night in a slideshow of epic proportions.

NASA's photo of the day shows Orion spacecraft under construction

How do you get the crew compartment of a spacecraft down to 880 pounds? By shaving away the other 11,120 pounds, of course.

Photos from the dying embers of the industrial revolution

A Czech photographer's photo series documents the last days of manual steel and iron making. 

Fro is fired up about the ShutterFest competition debacle and we're with him on this one

The internet had a lot to say recently about the photographer who entered and won his own photo competition, but nobody rants quite like our friend Jared Polin. Read more

National Geographic and NASA celebrate National Parks with images from space

If you're unable to take advantage of free National Park entry this weekend, you can still enjoy the grandeur of some of the US's best-loved National Parks thanks to National Geographic and NASA. Read more

Frederik Buyckx named Sony World Photography Awards 2017 Photographer of the Year

Frederik Buyckx is a freelance photographer for the Belgian newspaper De Standaard and will receive the $25,000 prize for his winning series of images entitle ‘Whiteout’, which was shot in the Balkans, Scandinavia and Central Asia. Read more

Big Sky Country: Local photographers share their favorite Montana photo spots

Montana is big, beautiful place, and a little insider information can help you navigate its best photo spots. Read more

Photographers react with outrage at National Geographic train tracks photo

One more time for everyone in the back: Don't take photos on train tracks. Read more

2017 Pulitzer Prize winners for photography announced

The winners of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for photography have been announced. The images from both winners vividly illustrate violence occurring on opposite sides of the world. Read more

Headed to Havana? Check out these photo spots

Photographer Edin Chavez shares his go-to photo spots in Havana, complete with Google Map locations for your trip planning convenience. Read more

Everypixel Aesthetics uses neural networks to judge your photographs

Everypixel uses neural networks for ranking stock images and for this purpose has trained the algorithms to judge the aesthetic value of a stock image in the same way as a human would do. Read more

What learning photography and roller derby have in common

Aside from the obvious differences, there are a surprising number of ways that learning to play a full contact sport on roller skates and learning photography are similar. Take it from someone who's been really bad at both. Read more

Visiting the 'Niagara of the West': Idaho's Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls probably doesn't come up with you think of waterfalls in the U.S. Turns out that it's even taller than the more famous Niagara Falls, and equally spectacular. Photographer Michael Bonocore shares tips and some beautiful sunset photos from this amazing place. Read more

Transforming ordinary landmark photos one paper cutout at a time

Looking for a fresh way to photograph famous landmarks, Rich McCor started adding a touch of humor to his images with paper cutouts. Read more

Sony World Photography Awards Open categories and National winners announced

The winners of the ten Open categories of the Sony World Photography Awards have been announced alongside National Award winners from 66 countries. Read more

Documenting a spontaneous cold-weather surfing trip to Maine

It only took one message on a group chat to convince Ryan Struck to make a last-minute trip to Maine in pursuit of storm swells and unique photo opportunities. Read more

£10,000 of Sigma lenses up for grabs in Amateur Photographer of the Year competition

The UK’s Amateur Photographer magazine has launched its 2017 Amateur Photographer of the Year competition and is offering a total of £10,000 worth of Sigma lenses in prizes. Read more

Erez Marom: On causality in landscape photography

A successful landscape photograph can be created by many different factors, but among them, argues Erez Marom, is the visual interplay of cause and effect. Read more

Richard Cooke shares stories from a career photographing fast cars and RAF jets

Richard Cooke, an action photographer whose portfolio includes innovative air-to-air shots of RAF jets, has launched a weekly video series telling the stories behind some of his most daring shoots. Read more

Belgian wins €15,000 Zeiss Award for Faroes project

A young photographer from Belgium has been announced as the winner of the 2017 Zeiss Photography Award for a month-long project on the inhabitants of a remote collection of islands off the north coast of Scotland. Read more

Hasselblad Foundation awards $110,000 prize to Dutch portrait photographer

The Hasselblad Foundation has announced that Rineke Dijkstra is the winner of its 2017 International Award in Photography and the approx. $110,000/€100,000 prize that goes with it. Read more

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