The LEGO Star Wars Small Scenes From a Big Galaxy Hardcover Book is every LEGO fan and Star Wars fan’s dream come true. This book brings LEGO Star Wars sets and mini-figures to life. It is full of beautiful photography of classic LEGO Star Wars mini-figures and recreates movie moments from Star Wars. It also […]
Photographers working with Magnum Photos—the premier photo collective founded after World War II by Henri Carter-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger, and David "Chim" Seymour—have been exceptionally busy this year releasing a trove of photo books. Show More Summary
Each time I publish a post in my “Military Weekend” series with photographs of our troops “doing what they do best” — serving our country — I am well aware that some may see this attempt to honor and thank our military men and women as an act of “glorifying war” or of promoting the [...] The post Military Weekend: ‘War Photography?’ appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
While the dark side lives in Stars Wars, it doesn’t exist in digital photography. Digital photos are always on the side of light, and nothing dominates the light side like Adobe Lightroom CC. I have been receiving numerous emails from readers asking about my photos from the Titanium Mastermind. The top question is what kind of camera use. While the […]
For Steven B. Smith, a professor of photography at the Rhode Island School of Design, growing up in a Mormon-dominated Utah during the Cold War was “a pretty dark time,” one filled with “conservative oppression and a culture of fear.” He...Show More Summary
Syrian refugee children in Lebanon who have taken up photography to overcome the trauma of war and displacement are now sharing their photos with the public. The collection of photos is the result of a year-long project launched by UNICEF and the Lebanese NGO Lahza 2 ("Lahza" is Arabic for "moment"). Show More Summary
Andy Day’s photography series records expeditions across landscapes in Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia.
Interior of the Anhalter Bahnhof railway terminus near Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, 1929–early 1930s. (Photo: © Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography) Roman Vishniac, born in Russia in 1897, prolifically documented the upheavals of the 19th century. Show More Summary
Salon talks to David Shields about the Times' "jingoistic flag waving" in its "war is heck" photography
By David Shields | (Informed Comment) | – – The following is an excerpt from War Is Beautiful by David Shields: For decades, upon opening the New York Times every morning and…
When you come to think about it, up until a decade ago, photography had only one prominent battle field for us to play at: Nikon vs. Canon. bringing up the topic of which is the better brand could be a discussion topic for hours on end (and I mean real discussion when people talk, not [...]
Principal photography is set to begin in November on the film The post Nicholas Hoult, Luke Evans and Henry Cavill Join War Film Sand Castle appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
There are images that immediately come to mind if someone mentions them. For instance, the image of the man being shot in the head during the Vietnam War, or the girl running naked down the road (also in Vietnam) after being burned by a napalm bomb. Show More Summary
Lee Miller Lee Miller’s “Floating Head Mary Taylor, New York Studio, New York, USA,” 1933; Steve Lee Miller was tough as nails, one of the most daring combat photographers of the World War II era. But she also had an eye for fashion and the experimental; both are on display in this survey of more than 90 images. Show More Summary
Alexander Gardner took breathtaking photos of the most violent and contentious period in American History, from the Civil War through westward expansion before quitting abruptly to sell insurance.
In 1968, amid an economic boom, many in Japan registered widespread discontent over social inequalities. At the same time, the country was roiled by protests against the Vietnam War and the upcoming renewal of a treaty extending American occupation. Show More Summary
The film will undergo additional photography at the end of the month The post Star Wars: The Force Awakens Reshoots to Take Place in Ireland appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Cosplayer Lady Lemon looks absolutely gorgeous as Wonder Woman wearing her costume from Justice League: War. Photography by Fernando Brischetto from Photographes Sans Frontieres. Cosplayer: Lady Lemon Cosplay Photographer: Fernando Brischetto The post Fantastic Wonder Woman Cosplay (Justice League: War Edition) [Pics] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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Filming is officially over for the May 6, 2016 film, while new set photos show Ant-Man and War Machine getting ready for action.