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Northern Lights by Drone

While we’ve seen countless images of the Aurora Borealis, OZZO Photography’s take is a bit different than the norm. Rather than use a still camera on a tripod, he sent his drone flying through the green-tinged world of Reykjanes Iceland for a unique and immersive perspective.

A Lawyer Finds a “Whole New World” in the Magic of Street Photography

Len Speier’s middle name is Mitchell but the 88-year-old photographer said that throughout his life, those initials were often translated as “Lucky Man Speier.” As a young man, Speier went to City College in New York, and he was drafted in the Army just as World War II was ending, serving at Fort Knox and in Japan. Show More Summary

Hackaday Prize Entry: A Printer For Alternative Photography

Film photography began with a mercury-silver amalgam, and ended with strips of nitrocellulose, silver iodide, and dyes. Along the way, there were some very odd chemistries going on in the world of photography, from ferric and silverShow More Summary

Capturing Women’s Tennis in Slow Motion

3 days agoHealth : Well

Breathtaking photography and video capture the striking athleticism and beauty of some of the world’s top female tennis players.

A Day That Completely Defines “Dream Wedding”

Old world glamour is the name of the game for this Sonoma affair and the images by Meghan Mehan Photography? Quite frankly, they’re the stuff wedding dreams are made of. The Hayley Paige dress. The staircase ceremony. The ivory bouquets tied up with satin ribbon. It all adds up to a standing ovation for ROQUE […]

New Book And Traveling Exhibition Celebrate Over 170 Years Of The World's Best Sports Photographs

The Rio Olympics may be over, but the awe-inspiring, often breathtaking spectacle of sports photography lives on, in a new book that traces its history from 1843 to the present, and in an accompanying traveling exhibition, now at the Brooklyn Museum.

Tips for Abstract Macro Photography – Using Texture and Light

Macro photography opens up a whole new world to those who are willing to get up close. There is no shortage of subject matter to photograph, but in this article we’ll look at the abstract world of texture and light. The beauty aboutShow More Summary

“Moving Stills” Is A Short Film Offering An Incredible Look Into The Old Photography Business

How To Take a trip back in time to the photography industry of 1978 A fascinating look into the world of the photography industry of 1978…

I can't stop looking at this amazing wrestling photo from the Rio Olympics

One of my favorite things about the Olympics is the next-level sports photography we're treated to as all the world's best shooters gather in one place to capture the world's best athletes. We've already seen some stunning images from Rio 2016. Show More Summary

International Photography Hall of Fame adds Apple co-founder Steve Jobs

The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum -- based in St. Louis, Missouri -- on Friday announced the posthumous induction of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, citing the iPhone's contributions to the photo world.

In Honor of World Photography Day, Here’s the Most Popular PDN Photos of the Day

Here at PDN, every day is World Photography Day. But in recognition of August 19th’s international holiday dedicated to celebrating passion for photography, PDN‘s editors are bringing attention to some of the most popular photographs that you, our readers, have enjoyed over the past three years. Show More Summary

How to Bump Your Photography up a Level by Using Film Style Limitations

Get 50% off Tom’s ebook Ang’s World – A Life in Photography eBook, now only until July 26 at Snapndeals. One of the most important skills in photography is pre-visualization. The idea is that before you capture an image in the camera,...Show More Summary

How I created a Super Mario world inspired image

Mike Roshuk is a professional Photographic Artist, Illustrator, and Graphics Specialist based in Edmonton Alberta. He specializes in merging the worlds of photography and illustration, creating beautifully rendered artwork ranging from...Show More Summary

A Rare Drone’s Eye View of the Iconic 1964 World’s Fair Observation Towers in Queens, New York

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Aerial photography and videography company Harkin Vision has captured an extremely rare drone’s eye view of the iconic Observation Towers from the 1964 World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows Park in Queens. Being that the towers are less than five miles from LaGuardia airport, it’s amazing that a drone was able to be flown there at […]

Puffin Wintering Grounds Need To Be Protected

Atlantic Puffins. Photo: Derrick Jackson/Audubon Photography Awards. A long-running mystery in the bird world has been solved: Where do the little clown-faced Atlantic Puffins go when they leave their Maine nesting grounds? Within just...Show More Summary

A Boy With A Fotokor

Vladimir, my father’s older brother, developed a passion for photography in unconventional circumstances. Having survived polio, which he caught during World War II, Vladimir suddenly couldn’t move. The disease had ravaged his muscles, leaving him crippled, and while he couldn’t join other children playing, he observed their games from his chair. Then a neighbor, a military […]

10 Women Photographers Who Are Changing The Way We See The World

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

How many female photographers can you name? If you’re disappointed with your results, you’ve come to the right place. For a depressingly long portion of photography’s history, women were most celebrated for their roles in front of the camera as models, subjects and muses. Show More Summary

It’s about the journey, the lifestyle and adventure of getting to the beaches and waves of the world

Pro surfer, designer and Surfrider ambassador Kassia Meador shares her thoughts on surfing, creating positive change, the power of the ocean and her ocean-themed photography, now part of Surfrider’s artist t-shirt series available exclusively at

18 years of school, over 90 teachers, 1 crazy roommate, and hours and hours of hard work later…

I got my bachelor’s degree in photography!!! It’s crazy to think that we spend years of our lives just to prepare for the rest of our life and yet most of us are still not prepared for the real world. You know, the world where bills exist and the dirty dishes don’t magically disappear (thanks......

Minimalist Photography – 10 Useful Tips to Get You Started

Minimalist photography has an ever-growing popularity among both amateur and professional photographers. We often hear that “less is more” and it’s quite true. We live in a saturated world where our surroundings can seem a bit overwhelming. Minimalism is like a breath of fresh air we are so looking forward to taking in. Minimalism is, […]

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