Elvis Presley was also a motorcycle addict. 24 amazing vintage photos below will show this. Elvis Presley on Harley Davidson motorcycle, 1964 Elvis arrived on his Harley Davidson at RCA's Studio B Recording Studio early on the morning...Show More Summary
Argentinian lawmakers are reviewing a possible new law which would extend the copyright on photographs and films from the current 20 years after date of publication, to a greatly extended 70 years after the photographer’s death. According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, that averages to be an extension of about 120 years. While that may sound [...]Show More Summary
Photo filters like those we find in Instagram, VSCO, and Photoshop are often used to apply a desired style to a photograph without having to put much thought into it, but have you have ever took a moment to think about how they work under the surface? How exactly do they work and what’s actually happening [...]Show More Summary
Jim Wehtje discovered an apparent oversight that could potentially cause a lot of headaches for photographers and creators in general). It appears the symbol Adobe’s Behance website uses to mark a specific work’s copyright as “No use is allowed without explicit permission from owner” is the exact same mark the Creative Commons uses to label a work as “No [...]Show More Summary
With its 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display the Nexus 6P is a little smaller than last year's Nexus 6 in terms of both display size and overall dimensions. It comes with an aluminum shell and overall high-end specs, along with a new 12.3MP Sony sensor and an F2.0 aperture. DxOMark's mobile evaluation puts it at third place in its rankings - find out why. Read more
The DxO One camera is now available to customers in Europe. The company had announced at the beginning of September that it would launch its camera for European customers in October, having first launched the product for US buyers last month. Read more
Filled with reds, golds, and oranges, autumn is a spectacular time to photograph. Leaves turn and drop from trees, berries ripen, and morning dew clings to everything as summer’s heat wanes. To tell the story of the changing seasons,...Show More Summary
San Francisco, 1919. "Cadillac touring car at marina." Putting rubber to the road with a variety of treads. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.
Air travel wasn't always such an unpleasant chore. Here's a gallery of photographs that will make you long for the earlier days of flying. See more »
Yellow is a fun color – have a look at these images using it in their compositions. Weekly photography challenge – yellow This week is your chance to find something yellow and create a composition around it. If you are like me and live...Show More Summary
March 1943. "Gallup, New Mexico. A train on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe between Belen and Gallup, New Mexico." Medium-format negative by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information. View full size.
Wood Street, c.1905 Wood Street, ca. between 1900 and 1910 Wood Street from Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1900-1910 Wood Street, looking east, ca. 1900-1910 Fifth Avenue, looking north, c.1908 See more »
The color yellow can represent many different things – feelings and emotions – ranging from happy (the iconic yellow happy face), sunshine, and spring to the evil side of the color like jealousy, cowardice, caution, and illness. Of course...Show More Summary
When Janet Macoska was 12, she worked at Cleveland’s top 40 radio station, WKYC, answering fan mail. One day, Sonny and Cher came into the station and Macoska took a photograph of them. She submitted it to the magazine Teen Scene, which ran it in an “encounters with stars” section, paying her a couple of dollars. “It was huge!” Macoska said. Show More Summary
These beautiful vintage black and white photograph show young women posed using telephones in the early 20th century. c.1909 c.1909 c.1907 c.1909 c.1909 See more »
When the original iPad was launched, speculation began about when tablets would replace laptops for most users. That has yet to happen, and in the hands of photographers tablets are more often used for presentation rather than image editing. The iPad Pro has the hardware to become a serious image editing device, but will it become one in reality? Lars Rehm weighs in. Read more
With less than a week until PIX 2015, we think you should meet some of our talented re:FRAME speakers. Rick Sammon is a veteran wildlife and travel shooter who has made it a focus of his career to help educate and inspire new photographers. Read more
Before Grumpy Cat or I Can Haz Cheeseburger, there was cat photographer Walter Chandoha. The post Meet the Godfather of Cat Photography appeared first on WIRED.