From a story about the Illegal wildlife trade in Gabon 2012 James Morgan (b. 1986, England) is a photojournalist and filmmaker based in London but works mostly across Asia, Africa and South America shooting in-depth features and advocacy campaigns for the WWF, BBC, Sunday Times, New York Times, Guardian, USAID and many others. Recent work […]
October 1939. "On U.S. 99 as it continues through Oregon. Lane County, Williamette Valley." Back in the day, this doggy sandwich stand was quite fetching. Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.
Circa 1904. "Virginia Avenue -- Atlantic City, New Jersey." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
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“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough,” Robert Capa famously said. But was he right? To celebrate the 100th birthday of Robert Capa and the upcoming show “Capa in Color” at the International Center of Photography, Magnum Photos has been asking photographers to reflect on the great photojournalist’s legacy—and his famous adage— […]
Steam and ash stream from the twin volcanoes on the island of Ambrym in the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu, as seen in a picture captured from the International Space Station as it passed overhead. "Not every day you get to see an active volcano, let alone two," NASA astronaut M …
The Citadel of Aleppo is one of the wonders of the medieval world, but it's also endangered: Last year, its monumental iron doors were damaged in the fighting between Syria's rebels and government forces. This view of one of the world's largest castles is one of DigitalGlobe's to …
As the USB 3.1 standard is finalized, plans to make the connection smaller and usable with either side up.
Intrigued by Amazon's plans for drone delivery, hacker shows how to create a drone that will hijack other airborne drones — for less than $400.
We can find ourselves pretty wrapped up in photography bad habits or behaviours long before we realize that maybe we should be trying to find another way. Sometimes, you don’t even see them and, if you’re lucky, you’ll have a friend who can kindly point them out. Show More Summary
Andrew S. Gibson is the author of Mastering Lightroom Book One: The Library Module, on offer now at Snapndeals for a limited time. One of the things about any software, such as Lightroom 5 that does a lot of things, is that many photographers tend to use only a small number of the available features. Show More Summary
For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from Spain, Nepal, Afghanistan, Russia, Cambodia, Indonesia, and other countries around the world. -- Lloyd Young ( 26 photos total ) A performer on the Cirque du Soleil float cheers after firing confetti into the crowd on Sixth Avenue during the 87th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. Show More Summary
The Turkana are traditionally nomadic pastoralists, but the pastures needed to feed their herds suffer from recurring droughts and many have turned to fishing. The trend began back in the 1960s, following a devastating drought, which wiped out entire herds. Show More Summary
You’ve one month left to submit your entries to the Sony World Photography Awards, which will be judged by the panel announced today. W.M. Hunt is chairing the jury of ten, and will be joined by: Ruth Eichhorn, Director of Photography, Geo Magazine (Germany); Johanna Neurath, Design Director for Thames & Hudson publishing (UK); Isabella […]
The National Geographic Photo Contest for 2013 finished collecting entries on Nov. 30. This post features a sampling of ones we thought were great. Winners in the three categories (people, nature, places) will be published in the National Geographic magazine. Show More Summary
A lot of equipment passes through our Seattle and London offices, everything from high-end cameras to inexpensive accessories. A lot of it gets reviewed, but we can't cover everything. In this series of short articles, DPReview staff will be highlighting their personal standout products of the year. Show More Summary
December 1953. "Outdoor Christmas decorations." Color transparency from photos by Jim Hansen and Bob Lerner for Look magazine. View full size.
Washington, D.C., circa 1928. "Chez Curtis shop, Connecticut Avenue." With a chic little Christmas tree. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.
And the top item on the list is the Triggertrap Mobile Dongle 2 What is it? A very cool shutter release unit that is specific to your camera. Make sure you order the right set for your camera! Trigger your camera by smartphone using the free, downloadable app. Here are the different modes: Timelapse Mode,TimeWarp™ […]
Best Software for the Serious Photographer I love Adobe. This is a company dedicated to the image. That’s it, that’s all. And they listen to the users and build software to serve them best. That kind of says it all. They have moved things to the cloud and subscription, away from hard copies, but have […]