Mesmerizing colorized photos show the most notorious female criminals in 1920s Australia, including the fearsome London born razor-gang leader Matilda Devine. These pictures are from a series of around 2,500 “special photographs” taken by the New South Wales Police Department photographers between 1910 and 1930. Show More Summary
Here is a collection of 58 black and white from Jaap van der Horst that shows street scenes of Amsterdam in 1958. See more »
A glass negative collection of 65 amazing photos that shows the United States in the early photography, taken from late 19th to early 20th centuries. A view from the Williamsburg Bridge, looking west in Manhattan, New York City Alhambra...Show More Summary
Geraldine Moodie was western Canada's first professional woman photographer, running successful studios in Alberta and Saskatchewan in the 1890s, where she became well known for her portrait photography. Geraldine's husband Douglas was...Show More Summary
In Nova Scotia you'll find amazing, rugged coasts, beautiful wilderness, mountain views, picturesque small towns, and much more. On this page we'll look at several highlights that are among the best places to photograph in Nova Scotia. The post The Best Places to Photograph in Nova Scotia, Canada appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.
This is my impartial Flothemes review that I hope will arm you with all the ‘behind the scenes’ information you need to help you...
Fresh air so good they bottle it. The post The Island Where Chinese Tourists Flee to Escape the Smog appeared first on WIRED.
November 1942. Garfield, Utah. "Loading a copper converter at the Garfield smelter of the American Smelting and Refining Company." Medium format nitrate negative by Andreas Feininger for the Office of War Information. View full size...
March 17, 1919. "Interior of main garage of American Red Cross, 79 Rue Laugier, Paris, France." 5x7 glass negative by Henri A. Coles. View full size.
The Jersey Shore circa 1905. "The Casino, Asbury Park." Greetings from your great-great grandparents. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative. View full size.
Detroit, 1905. "Children's Day -- Playground at Belle Isle Park." Somewhere under all those kids, there's a merry-go-round. 8x10 glass negative. View full size.
The imagination and skill of photographer Felix Hernandez never ceases to amaze me. When it comes to car photography, he certainly thinks way outside of the box to get the shot. Regularly producing images with miniatures that most people would assume were full size vehicles if they weren’t told otherwise. Show More Summary
I always say the Universes’ No. 1 hiding place for the most awesome shit is right behind fear. Isn’t that a little unfair? Why does the Universe not place it right before fear so everyone can enjoy pure bliss? Although there are a million...Show More Summary
How important is exposure in photography? What are the components of exposure? What is the “Exposure Triangle”? These are the questions I will attempt to answer in this introductory post about ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed – the components of achieving a properly exposed photo. Show More Summary
It’s not exactly a new idea, but we all know it’s not cool until Apple does it. There have been attempts at a device like this a couple of times before. But it’s just never really taken off. We’re talking about a laptop-like dock for your smartphone. Show More Summary
Being a photographer or videographer is not easy, as you need to deal with all sorts of challenges and all kinds of people. But animal photographers are among those I admire most. It’s difficult to capture animals and make them do what you want. Show More Summary
Where do you get your inspiration? Do you feel like you’ve hit the wall with your photography from time to time? There’s no doubt that photography is a pretty specific form of art. It focuses on the existing moments and scenes, and it’s up to us to interpret and capture them. Show More Summary
A guy that started his career without even having a portfolio wants you to know what he finds important to consider when it comes to market your work. After I published “What is decisive in a photographer’s career?” I got quite a few comments in a couple of Linkedin groups. Show More Summary