Let's make a trip to New York City in 1980. See more »
Software developer MacPhun has announced a new app for Mac OSX users that comes with 30 photo filter effects, and which is being offered as a free download. The Filters for Photos application can be downloaded as an extension to Apple’s own Photos program or as a standalone product. Show More Summary
Who needs Cadillacs Mink coats The income tax? So we're squares Who cares? Baby -- I'm with you! New York, 1958. "Singer Anita O'Day, half-length portrait, facing front." 8x10 gelatin silver print, CBS Television Network Photo Division. View full size.
Ian Walton / Getty Images Getty Images, one of the largest photo agencies in the world, has filed a complaint with the European Union’s Competition Commission because Google won’t budge on making high resolution photographs freely available from its Images search engine. Show More Summary
The Jersey Shore circa 1908. "Marlborough-Blenheim hotel and Boardwalk, Atlantic City." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative. View full size.
“The problem with a life spent reading is you know too much.” ? Josh Lanyon The Revolution in Film Festivals – Stephen Follows Lean Photography: A Manifesto – Eric Kim The Outdated Model Hurting Independent Film – New Yorker When Science...Show More Summary
If you live in a city now is your chance to get out and hunt for some run down, dilapidated, crumbling buildings that say urban decay to you. Weekly Photography Challenge – Urban Decay You can handle this challenge and subject however you wish to approach it. Show More Summary
It's a Rolling Stones fan's dream come true - the chance to travel with the band, hear their stories, watch them rehearse... and it happened to celebrated rock photographer Denis O'Regan after he was invited to be the official snapper of their tour in 1982. "The biggest surprise was the lack of decadence," he recalled. Show More Summary
Sony has patented a contact lens that comes with an integrated miniature camera module and all its components, such as image sensor, lens, processor, storage and even a wireless module to transfer images to a smartphone or other connected device. Read more
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Magnus Hastings grew up in London, he says, a “child of drag,” prone to putting on his sister’s clothes and dancing around his childhood home. But he didn’t truly discover the drag world until much later, long after he himself had stopped...Show More Summary
Most photographers realize the importance of registering the copyrights to your photographs. What’s also important is to register them correctly and to maximize the potential for damages if infringed. David Oppenheimer is a professional photographer who shoots a lot and regularly registers his work. Show More Summary
Many photographers are fascinated with old things, the more decayed and falling apart the better. Urban decay and grunge is a popular subject for photographers in cities. Some go out of their way to find abandoned buildings and little known spots. Show More Summary
An amazing series of candid shots by American photographer Tom Palumbo. The photographs captured Paris cafés and nightlife in 1962, the same week Yves St. Laurent’s runway show vaulted Dior to new heights. Many scenes around Les Halles (which no longer exists as it did then). See more »
We all saw the big announcement a couple of weeks ago about Lytro’s new Cinema camera, but the folks over at No Film School sat down to have a more in-depth discussion with Lytro’s Head of Light Field Video, John Karafin, and got an exclusive look into some of the features and abilities of the Lytro Cinema camera system. With [...]Show More Summary
The enthusiast compact market has exploded over the last couple of years, with almost every manufacturer offering a product with a 1"-type sensors. Most of those cameras are small (and sometimes pocketable) and feature fast (but short) lenses. Show More Summary
Photographer Taylor Glenn makes stunning portraits gray wolves, black bears, mountain lions, and more. The post America Is Still Great—Just Look at Yellowstone's Majestic Creatures appeared first on WIRED.
These are what the Elisabeth Bridge in Budapest looked like in the past. Elisabeth Bridge under construction, 1902 The old Elisabeth Bridge just before completing, 1903 Vintage Budapest Bridge in 1903 The old Elisabeth Bridge circa 1910-12 Old Elizabeth Bridge in the 1910s See more »