You’re hinking about making the leap from hobbyist to professional photographer but are wondering how to get off the ground. Great! This article will look at some of the key things to think about when venturing into the world of freelance photography. Show More Summary
The Honorary Jury of the world?s largest photography competition today named American photographer John Moore as the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards? L?Iris d?Or/ Professional Photographer of the Year, amongst other awardees. Chosen...Show More Summary
This is the eight edition of the competition and, as usual, the Italians made a killing and take a large portion of the awards, there is a fair deal of suffering, at least one of the awards goes to an image featuring Palestinians living...Show More Summary
The winners of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards have been announced, with American photographer John Moore from Getty Images winning the L'Iris d'Or Photographer of the Year award, for his series depicting the Ebola crisis in Liberia.
Sony World Photo Awards return.
With this week’s presentation of the World Press photo awards, Lens presents a conversation with photographers, curators and photo editors on the struggle between photojournalistic ethics and evolving visual storytelling strategies.
Marc Riboud (born in 1923 in Lyon, France) held his first camera at fourteen years old and entered Magnum photography agency in 1953, which enabled him to travel across the world (America, Middle-East, Asia, and so forth). His fascination...Show More Summary
Macro photography is great for exploring new worlds that are otherwise invisible to the naked eye. You can turn ordinary, boring subjects into fascinating ones. A closeup photograph’s composition is 80% determined by the lighting, therefore it is the single most important element a macro photographer should have complete control over. Show More Summary
Whether it's of themselves, a work of art, a plate of food, a natural vista—or literally anything else—at this very moment, someone in the world is snapping a photo on their phone. Humans created an estimated one trillion images in 2014, a direct result of the growth of photo-sharing technologies such as Instagram and Snapchat. Show More Summary
Throw away the guidebooks and bask in the beauty of the world, spend time understanding the locals and capture fleeting moments of sheer spontaneity with photography tourism. Artisans of their craft or those who want to perfectly hone...Show More Summary
"The photograph itself doesn't interest me," famed photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson famously proclaimed. "I want only to capture a minute part of reality." Such an ethos might help to explain the spirit of San Francisco-based Catchlight's...Show More Summary
Documentary photography was an unlikely career path for 26-year-old Bangladeshi Ismail Ferdous, who was studying business in college when he stumbled across the art. "I realized that photography is a language... through which I can express...Show More Summary
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has launched an exhibition that should appeal to many – in particular those with an interest in Australian hand-coloured photography from the last couple of decades. Besides hand coloured black and white photographs with themes from personal, landscape to political subjects, Colour My World has some works by photographers [...]
Explore Himalaya recently had an opportunity to operate a week-long photography tour to Kathmandu’s world heritage sites, which was led by Mr. Jeremy Woodhouse with three fellow photographers from America and an Australian photographer Mr. Show More Summary
In the city where everyone draws a bead to live a well off sophisticated life, the ancient values and culture has occupied larger space within the hearts of every individual living in world’s one of the greatest immingled cities, Kathmandu. Show More Summary
One small step for man with camera, one giant leap for photography "Apollo 8 x 10," a new exhibit at Daniel Blau Gallery, showcases some of the most iconic photos from the early days of space exploration. Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor danielblau read more
Forensic photography is such an important part of solving crimes and getting a behind-the-scenes peek at what goes on throughout the process is so fascinating. Like most photography, forensic photographers utilize light to capture what they need to see. They match different crimes to different light wavelengths to pull out the relevant details. Read more...
After being given the prompt "Boundaries," photographer Allaire Bartel created this evocative set of images about the reality of being “a woman in a man’s world.” Read the rest
Paradise exists, and it's in Magdalena's photography.
While Amazon builds drones for deliveries, DJI, the world’s largest manufacturer of consumer drones, is honed in on bringing professional quality aerial photography to the masses. The Shenzhen-based drone manufacturer today unveiled the Phantom 3, the latest ready-to-fly unmanned aerial vehicle to add to the company’s growing fleet of camera-equipped drones. Unveiled [...]