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50 Hottest Most Grooviest Photos from the Past That Will Redefine Your Style Statement

A pictorial celebration of the coolest kids from the past... From beatniks to bikers, mods to rude boys, hippies to ravers. And everything in between. These are images that will set your soul on fire. Get ready to get a style check. 1. Show More Summary

Traffic Control in Krakow, Poland During the Nazi Occupation in 1941

Under the terms of two decrees by Hitler (8 October and 12 October 1939), large areas of western Poland were annexed to Germany. These included all the territories which Germany had lost under the 1919 Treaty of Versailles, such as the...Show More Summary

20 Fascinating Vintage Photographs That Show Paris Life in the 1920s

After the austerity and bloodshed of World War I, France longed for joy and light-heartedness. Pre-war values were rejected as people embraced new lifestyles and new technologies, and discovered a lust for extravagance and partying that had the era named Les Années Folles (the Roaring Twenties, or the 'mad years'). Show More Summary

23 Color Found Photos Captured Venice in the 1960s

Here is a collection of color found photos that captured everyday life of Venice, Italy in the middle of 1960s. See more »

The complete photography guide to shooting in museums and galleries

I dropped into the British Museum on Monday and spent a few hours in the Mesopotamian galleries with a brief flit through the Greek and Roman rooms, too. I don’t often take photos in museums—that’s mostly the subject of another article—but there were plenty of people using their phones to take photos of the artefacts [...]Show More Summary

60 Wedding Dresses You Could See in the 1920s

The 1920s was really outstanding for fashion, and wedding dresses were not also an exception. These vintage photos below will explain this. See more »

Pensive Rocker: 1912

I recently purchased a collection of negatives, both film and 4x5 glass. They seem to be circa 1912 and were taken in upstate New York. We have identified locales such as Trenton Falls park (now closed) as well as Niagara Falls, Fultonville and Rome. Show More Summary offers FREE “Week of Learning” for October 24-30

Join me for the “Week of Learning” on  All courses will be 100% free from October 24 Oct. 30.  #AlwaysBeLearning Check Photo Attorney on, in the Article Center, and on Twitter!You just finished readingShow More Summary

The Entaniya Fisheye Lens For Micro Four Thirds Can See Behind Itself, Shoot One-Shot VR

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Gear When wide isn't quite wide enough. This fisheye lens is so wide it can shoot VR video all by itself.

Gorgeously Surreal Fashion Photography by Guy Bourdin During the 1970s

Guy Bourdin (1928-1991) was one of the most radical and influential fashion photographers of the twentieth century. His unique blend of surreal and erotic imagery filled the pages of international magazines such as French Vogue during the 1970s and became synonymous with Charles Jourdan’s revolutionary advertising campaigns. Show More Summary

The 10 Best Dance Crazes from the 1960s

“Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance. ” ? Dave Barry The Sixties was recognized as a decade of transition from the conservative Fifties and also the birth of revolutionary ways to live, Sixties Dancesthink, and create. Show More Summary

Boy Photographer Seeks Danger as Others Flee - Lo Manh Hung, Story of the Youngest Photo Journalist in South Vietnam

18 Feb 1968, Saigon; Vietnam - Young Lo Manh Hung wanders among a group of refugees in Saigon February 18th looking for picture possibilities. At the age of 12, he's probably the youngest photo journalist in South Vietnam. For two years...Show More Summary

Breathtaking Black and White Photos Show Everyday Life of Prague in the 1950s

These fantastic black and white photos were taken by an American amateur photographer during his time in the Army. They show everyday life of Prague, Czech Republic in the 1950s. See more »

The Moon Has Its Own Paparazzi

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera takes 600 photos of the moon every day. The post The Moon Has Its Own Paparazzi appeared first on WIRED.

PhotoPlus Expo 2016 – Show Floor Highlights

As usual, I had a great time at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City. There was so much to see that my head was spinning! It was also nice to reconnect with many familiar faces. And as usual, I have a long list of companies and products that I’m racing to share with you so that […]

How to turn a trash can into a DIY firelight simulator

Shane Hurlbut has worked as DP on some great Hollywood movies and Terminator Salvation. But, despite the huge budgets often afforded him, he doesn’t sniff at the idea of DIY solutions. Some of Shane’s more recent work has been on the AMC show Into the Badlands. During the filming of the show, actors had to be lit by [...]Show More Summary

Photographer spent $1500 to turn his 3 year old into Wonder Woman for Halloween

For parents, having great photographs of your kids is a big deal. For the kids, dressing up at Halloween is a big deal. This year, commercial photographer Josh Rossi decided to combine the two with his three year old daughter, Nellee. To fulfil her dream of becoming Wonder Woman, just spent $1,500 on a hand made [...]Show More Summary

Traveling back in time on the Mattapan trolley

The trolleys that rolled out of Worcester’s Pullman-Standard factory in 1944 and 1945 are still rolling, seven decades later, along Boston’s most scenic commute. Traveling from Ashmont Station in Dorchester to Mattapan, they cross through Milton woods frequented by deer, coyotes, and all manner of birds. Show More Summary

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