October 1939. "Temporary buildings on Williams family's new farm. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur County, Oregon." Medium format negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.
They chat, play, and help children for everything. U.K. Police Sergeant Johnson stands along with six little girls dressed as angels outside the Saville Theatre, London, where they are taking part in a matinee given in aid of the Children's...Show More Summary
The first of Zeiss’s six new full-frame, manual-focus Milvus lenses to run the gauntlet of the Popular Photography Test Lab, this is actually the third 85mm f/1.4 in Zeiss’s current catalog (and the fifth 85mm f/1.4 we’ve tested recently). Show More Summary
Here is a small collection of vintage pictures that show London's traffic with kinds of wonderful buses in the early 1900s. A bus and a midget car in a London street, 1928 An early double decker bus on a London street, 1905 Bus at the corner of Tottenham Court Road, London Buses and trolleybuses in Kings Cross, London, ca. 1930s Buses in London, 1927 See more »
This Ginkgo tree is several blocks away from our home in Fort Valley. It is always so pretty, but I have not photographed it for several years. It was looking good last week, and I was afraid that by the rains were gone, I had waited too late to shoot it. Show More Summary
For years, people—outcasts, prostitutes, alien abductees, and criminals—were Steven Hirsch’s principle source of inspiration. But these days, he sees abstraction pretty much everywhere, and it’s all he wants to photograph. It started with something of an epiphany five years ago. Show More Summary
Reuters will no longer permit its photographers and freelancers to submit RAW images for publication. As first reported by Michael Zhang, Reuters instituted the ban on RAW images in the name of both speed and ethics. Photographers will be required to submit original JPEGs instead. Show More Summary
I know it’s a bit of a cliche, but I love fire as a photography subject. It’s an endless source of unique shapes and color, so you can dial in a fast shutter speed, shoot a lot of photos, and end up with a lot of cool options. That’s...Show More Summary
If you own a Sony E-mount camera and have any old Nikon F-mount lenses laying around the house or stored away in the attic, you might want to get them out and dust them off. The world’s first Nikon F-mount autofocus adapter for Sony E-mount has gone on sale. Canon has received a to of [...]Show More Summary
When you take a photograph, what is essentially happening is that the camera is capturing data, which creates a digital image. There are many different types of file formats, which can be retrieved and edited using a photo editing software. Show More Summary
Here are some rarely black and white vintage photos of The Rolling Stones' performance in Oslo in 1965. The Rolling Stones signs for fans when arriving Fornebu, the day before the concert held in the exhibition hall at Skøyen (Sjølyst),...Show More Summary
When Jeremy and Emma approached me about including a Story Art piece as part of their wedding day coverage I was initially hesitant. My composites often takes hours of pre planning, not to mention the time that would need to be allocated to the shoot itself, on the wedding day. I love to take a [...]Show More Summary
Kei Nomiyama dives 50 feet into the ocean at night to take photos of krill, larval fish and other miniature monsters of the deep. The post Plankton’s Unique Ability to Be Both Creepy and Adorable appeared first on WIRED.
Taking portraits is something I really love. When there is a model available, you get a lot of freedom regarding the pose, expressions and styling. However, during my travels when I want to portray people in their authentic environment, I usually don’t get to choose a model, because it is about the people who are [...]Show More Summary
Let's step back from the gear for a moment, and look at what those tools can do: Today, I'd like to recommend some of the best books I've seen this year for gifting.It should give a range for those on your list. Or your own wish lis...
Past and present film shooters will love this short video while newcomers to photography will scratch their heads wondering what’s going on. Robert Marshall of Round One Films captured the entire film process, step-by-step, from beginning to end. You’ll have to imagine the smell, but the sounds and sights of this critically endangered process were [...]Show More Summary
Here are some awesome photos of beautiful ladies smoking in Victorian and Edwardian eras. Actress Lola Crabtree smoking, 1868 An Victorian female smoker in a corset, London Beautiful lady posing with cigarette and hat, 1906 Beautiful lady with cigarette, 1902 British stage actress Gladys Cooper posing with a burning cigarette, ca. 1900 See more »
Last time we featured Vincent Laforet’s work he had just finished photographing his AIR project in London and Barcelona and was preparing to shoot above Paris, Berlin and Venice. Now that he has completed the project and released a book containing high-altitude aerial night-time photos from 10 iconic cities, Leo Laporte of The New Screen [...]Show More Summary