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Kelly Link's New Short Story Collection Explores the Dark Side of Adolescence

Kelly Link just published her first book for adults in 10 years. Photo by Sharona Jacobs Photography. Imagine you were a teenage girl in a world of heroes who have petty superpowers, where fairies were real and somewhat abusive, where the rich kids built themselves pyramids and partied on the moon. Show More Summary

Don’t Be Afraid of Manual Focus

If you’re a beginner in the wonderful world of photography, if you’ve never used an older film camera, or a combination of both, you might be unfamiliar with the workings of manual focus. Even if you are, you may not have thought about how you would use it in real-world situations. Show More Summary

Reader Survey: The Best Places to Photograph

Tell us where you've shot and why you loved it Every year Popular Photography ranks the best places in the world to photograph, but this year we've decided to do something a little different and turn to our readers for their expertise. We want you to rate the places where you have traveled to shoot. Show More Summary

'200 Orbs' Photo Sets a World Record for Light Painting

An ambitious project produces an impressive photo If you're a photography enthusiast, there's a good chance you've messed around a little with light painting. But, while some of us are waving a flashlight around in the dark, seriousShow More Summary

Apple shows off iPhone 6 photography

Apple claims the iPhone 6 is "the world's most popular camera." The post Apple shows off iPhone 6 photography appeared first on AppleTell.

Apple hanging billboards on skyscrapers and buildings around the world to showcase iPhone 6 photography

As part of its Shot on iPhone 6 campaign promoting iPhone photography, Apple is now hanging billboard advertisements around the world. The ads feature the photographs in full bleed with a simple ‘Shot on iPhone 6? tagline. The posters are going up around the world, including some dramatic large billboards on the side of skyscrapers. Pictured above is one such poster […]

Instagram: How It's Changing the World of Photography

The popular smartphone application Instagram has drastically changed the way we look at photography, and further, our world. The photo-worthy moments we share with our followers serve as an important function in cultivating the photographic artistic eye. Show More Summary

Google’s latest Street View project uses ziplines to showcase Brazilian rainforests

Google just added zipline to the growing list of ways it's captured Street View images from far-flung locations around the world. The company's newest collection of Street View photography used a zipline to help document the upper canopy...Show More Summary

Exhibition at Tate Britain features some of the rarest and best early photographs in the world

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860 is the first major exhibition in Britain devoted to salt prints, the earliest form of paper photography. The exhibition features some of the rarest and best early photographs in the world, depicting daily activities and historic moments of the mid 19th century. Show More Summary

Apple's new World Gallery to feature 77 photographers across 70 cities and 24 countries

Apple's World Gallery turns to iPhone photographers to show off iPhone photography Earlier today Apple launched a new World Gallery dedicated to amazing iPhone 6 photography, photographers, and the incredible apps and accessories they used to realize their visions. Show More Summary

Apple launches new 'World Gallery' promoting iPhone 6 photography

Apple has launched a new page promoting amazing photos taken with the iPhone 6. Called the "World Gallery", the page spotlights the photography of iPhone 6 owners all over the world. Each photo comes with a caption talking about how each photo was created. Show More Summary

"I admire the way [Leonard Nimoy] presented the women as standing there looking the viewer full in the face."

"Saying look at me — I’m entitled to stand here and present myself to the world. I don’t have to be ashamed and cower in the corner," wrote Natalie Angier in the foreword to the photography book "The Full Body Project." (Clicking the...Show More Summary

Nantucket Photographer Captures Nearly Frozen Waves In Beautiful Crashes

The cold weather has affected millions this winter, and it doesn’t matter what part of the country you live in. It’s made for some amazing shots in the world of photography, as many may remember a frozen Niagara Falls. Now, a photographer...Show More Summary

Fifteen Great World of Warcraft Selfies

Not all World of Warcraft players are on board with the idea of selfies —that most modern of photography, um, "techniques"—infiltrating their fantasyland home away from home, but the ones who are really dig them. Here are some of the best. Read more...

The Photography at CERN Is Helping Solve the Mysteries of the Universe

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Everyone's favorite mega-machine, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, is meant to help humans some of the most basic questions about the nature of our world. How it goes about this is—in a word—complex. But part of it involves a bit of good old-fashioned (kind of) photography. Read more...

Zack Arias Gives an In-Depth How-To for Shooting Photos Against a White Background

5 days agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

A great lesson in one of photography's most deceptively tricky techniques Shooting a photo in front of a clean white background seems like it should be the easiest thing in the world. Then, you actually try it. There are odd shadows everywhere and the background refuses to look even. Show More Summary

Photography and the subatomic world collide in a new documentary

First it was Andy Warhol's obsolete digital archives and then the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project. Now, the Hillman Photography Initiative's documentary team has set its sights on the CERN physics laboratory in its newest film, Subatomic. Famous...

NPPA and World Press plan ethics symposium following contest disqualifications

The National Press Photographers Association and World Press Photo plan to hold a symposium later in 2015 to talk about ethics in photography, following news that 20% of the photos entered in the World Press Photo contest were disqualified after reaching the penultimate round, due to digital manipulations of some sort being discovered. Show More Summary

14 Stunning Finalist Photos from the World Photography Awards

This week, the World Photography Organization announced the finalists for the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. The shortlist was culled from over 170,000 entries submitted by professional and amateur photographers in 171 countries. Show More Summary

Transcendental photography from Sydney Sie

Taipei based photographer Sydney Sie sees the world very differently from you or I. She describes her own work succinctly, stating, “I want my works to be bright but eerie, and include aspects of graphic that particularly interest my such as colour. I like to capture surreal moments, but those moments or atmospheres I created […]

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