"...photographs are evidences not only of what's there but of what an individual sees, not just a record but an evaluation of the world." -Susan Sontag (1977) On Photography When I began my education as a photography student, I knew that I loved fashion. Show More Summary
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Y ou know that that thing where when you’re engaged the rest of the world appears to stop viewing you as a complex human being with a unique back story and just sees you as The Bride (or Groom)? You know who, in a million years, would...Show More Summary
An Iranian photographer has won the $25,000 top prize in the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards with a collection of portraits taken to highlight the horrors of acid throwing and the plight of its victims. Asghar Khamseh, a photojournalist...Show More Summary
Brought world’s consciousness in a massive way in 2014, thanks to the Ice Bucket Challenge, ALS is not a nice thing to have to live with. Having had a good friend suffer with ALS for several years before she passed away, I’ve seen the effects it can have first hand, not only on those who have [...]Show More Summary
by Charles Mudede A man near Paisley Park painting Prince the day after the pop star's death. Shorewood Photography/shutterstock.com This Thursday, the only prince that matters in this world was pronounced dead at 10:07 a.m.. This came...Show More Summary
Iranian photographer Asghar Khamseh has been named the Photographer of the Year in the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards. Khamseh was also the first place winner in the Contemporary Issues category, which is one of the 14 competition...Show More Summary
Every year, the Sony World Photography Awards round up the best amateur and professional photographs from across the globe. This year, some of the winners look like they could have been taken on another planet altogether. Read more....
The winners of the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards have been announced. Scooping the prestigious L’Iris d’Or Professional Photographer of the Year prize was Iranian photojournalist Asghar Khamseh whose powerful series Fire of Hatred focussed on the victims of acid attacks in Iran. Show More Summary
The International Center of Photography (ICP), the world?s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture, today revealed details about its new Museum space and thought-provoking premiere exhibition, Public, Private, Secret ? both of which will open to the public on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Show More Summary
This is one of those subjects in the photography world that is strangely controversial – like Nikon vs. Canon, DSLR vs. Smartphone and Prime vs. Zoom … the idea that you should delete your sh!t – or in other words – why you might want to permanently delete most of the photos that you’ve ever [...]Show More Summary
We can't say it enough: Smartphone photography has gotten amazing. In fact, the little cameras on the backs of our phones have reached a point where they may not be able to get any better without a serious redesign of the whole phone. But...Show More Summary
“For me, photography is all about youth. … It’s about a happy world full of joy, not some kid crying on a street corner or a sick person.”
Urban landscape photography, pretty much involves city skyline images. Iconic shots of skylines and many cities of the world are instantly recognizable. See if you find these images inspiring, and if you can name the cities: The post 25 Stunning Photos of City Skylines by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
MacDougall Auctions, one of the three top Auctioneers of Russian art in the world, has announced the opening of a new department of international photography. On 21 May it will have an inaugural sale, The World through Pilgrims? Eyes, Rare 19th and 20th Century Photography Auction. Show More Summary
Shooting directly onto positive paper has so far typically existed almost exclusively in the world of large format photography. Galaxy are no stranger to this type of product, having successfully ran a Kickstarter project last year to produce large format direct positive paper. Galaxy have now announced they’re entering into the world of medium format photography with [...]Show More Summary
While Lytro might’ve exited stage left from the world of photography, they’ve set their sights on Hollywood and they’re looking real hard, as is their new camera. Lytro Cinema is the world’s Light Field solution for film and television. This technological breakthrough capture system allows filmmakers to do things that simply haven’t been possible before, [...]Show More Summary
Photoshop is a vast program, packed with all kinds of sophisticated tools and functions to keep the professional photography world turning. Whatever your level of experience with the software, though, there are some quick and easy tips you can take advantage of to improve your Photoshop experience—here are some of our favorite ones. Read more...
Some software quirks aside, LG's entry into the 360-degree video and photography world is a fun little way to show off everything that's going on around you — and it works on iOS too! A picture is worth a thousand words, the old cliche goes. Show More Summary
Known around the world for their self-assembly furniture and a range of products you can repurpose for photography, Ikea wants to help you with your photography, by slowing you down and helping you to get the one shot that matters. Literally, one shot, that’s it. Titled “Klikk”, the Ikea Belgium app aims to force photographers to [...]Show More Summary