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30 Fascinating Portraits of the "Beauty Queen" Cléo de Mérode From Between the 1890s and 1900s

Born in an aristocratic family, Cléo de Mérode pursues an artistic path and trains at the dance school of the Opéra de Paris while she soon appears on various Parisian stages where her legendary beauty seduces many famous figures such...Show More Summary

ON1 Photo RAW, a new non-destructive Raw processor, launches this fall

ON1, an Oregon-based photography software developer, has announced a combination non-destructive photo editor and Raw processor: ON1 Photo RAW. The application has been built from the ground up to work with modern computers and high-resolution camera systems. Show More Summary

Brougham Alone: 1927

San Francisco circa 1927. "Paige 6-45 Brougham -- $1350 as equipped," it says on the front of the car. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.

COVR Photo is an iPhone case that lets you covertly shoot candid photos

One of the most challenging aspects of street photography is trying to capture the candidness of a particular scene. Even with a camera as small as a iPhone, holding it up to take a photo can ruin the moment you’re trying to capture. Wouldn’t it be great if you could somehow capture exactly the scene [...]Show More Summary

How to Take Better Wildlife Photos: Be a Naturalist First

I love birds. In fact, I’ve dedicated much of my adult life to the study of birds. In college, I spent days exploring the beaches, forests, and wetlands surrounding southern Puget Sound, strictly in the interest of finding and watching birds. Show More Summary

Deadly fighting returns to Aleppo

Government airstrikes and insurgent mortar attacks escalated violence and destroyed a partial truce for Syria. A hospital was demolished in which at least 27 died and dozens more were killed in the continued fighting in Aleppo. The hopes...Show More Summary

Library Laundry: 1920

Washington circa 1920. "Laundry at Library of Congress." Equipped with mangle and steam cabinet. 8x6 inch glass negative, National Photo Co. View full size.

Bassam Khabieh Wins Robert Capa Gold Medal for Syria Coverage

4 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

At an event this evening in New York City, The Overseas Press Club of America (OPC) will award the 2015 Robert Capa Gold Medal for photography to Reuters photographer Bassam Khabieh for his coverage of the Syrian civil war, the organization has announced. Show More Summary

This Mastin Labs Film Design Might Be The Only Good Photo-Related Novelty T-Shirt

4 days agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Popular Photography Wedding A classic design dedicated to awesome film stocks This might be the best photography-related T-shirt ever…

Leica launches M-D (Typ 262) digital rangefinder with no rear screen

German camera manufacturer Leica has announced a new M digital rangefinder that has no LCD panel. The Leica M-D (Typ 262) will be almost exactly the same as the existing M (Typ 262) but without a rear screen for reviewing images and working the menu. Show More Summary

A Chinese Artist Addresses Food Safety and Other Social Issues by Hiding in His Photographs

There’s a good chance you’ve seen some of Liu Bolin’s work. There’s also a good chance you haven’t seen him within that work. The Chinese photographer is known for “disappearing” into his photographs that have been viewed around theShow More Summary

New Gear: Leica M-D Is a Digital Rangefinder Camera With No LCD Screen

4 days agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Gear A $6,000 camera with no LCD screen? Awesome The Leica M-D digital rangefinder camera has no screen, no video, and no Live View.

This photographer uses photo stacking techniques and a microscope to show the iridescent beauty of peacock feathers

Iridescence is defined as the phenomenon of certain surfaces that appear to change colour as the angle of view or the angle of illumination changes, and that is highlighted especially well in these extreme close up images of these peacock feathers created by Canadian photographer Waldo Nell. Image stacking shots focused at different distances from a [...]Show More Summary

A lesson in color grading

If Shakespeare were a photographer today, he’d have lost so many jobs to his “To tone or not to tone” predicament that in comparison you’d probably be able to catch more snowflakes in your mouth during a 20 second freak blizzard than he would have landed paid work. Today I’m here with a video for [...] The post A lesson in color grading appeared first on DIY Photography.

5 Steps to Creating a Printed Photo Collection as Wall Art

In this digital age, where we wander about with thousands of digital images held captive in our smart phones, there is something special about printed photographs. They represent something tangible and reverent – something that was worth transforming into an enduring piece of artwork, to remind us of what is important in our lives. Show More Summary

Motorcycle Kids – Vintage Photographs Capture the Japanese Youth in a Time of Rebellion, 1964

Born in England, Michael Rougier began his career as a photographer for the Montreal Standard newspaper. His big break came when he was assigned to photograph cattle being shipped to Argentina from Canada. While in Argentina, he made photos of the then-camera shy Eva Perón, eventually smuggling the pictures out of the country and back north. Show More Summary

Video: Meet the Nikon D500

It's really here. The wait for the D300's successor has been a long one, but the Nikon D500 has officially arrived. So what does the D500 bring to the freshly-revived flagship APS-C lineup? We break down just what's new and notable in our video overview.

Instagram of the Week: You Could Park These Cars Anywhere—If You Could Fit in Them

Most people use Layout to make their Instagram selfies a little less lame. José Quintela uses the app to make magical, tiny cars. The post Instagram of the Week: You Could Park These Cars Anywhere—If You Could Fit in Them appeared first on WIRED.

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