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Empowering Widows Across the World

Lord Loomba, CBE, receiving his lifetime achievement award from Abid Qureshi, President, UNA-NY Photography by Melanie Quinn Photography; Used with permission from the United Nations- New York "Be the change you wish to see in the world."...Show More Summary

Stunning Photography by Tim Navis

Tim Navis is a landscape photographer that travels the World with a passion to mix his love for nature and photography. According to his beautiful mind, you can't experiment without exploring the unknown so enjoy your journey. Photography is one of the most powerful languages that everyone can understand. Show More Summary

25 creative compositions on streets around the world

Photography has proven that streets are made for more than walking. They're meant to be followed, appreciated, captured and shared. The photos we saw in our latest challenge with Street Dreams Magazine do just that. Whether narrow or...Show More Summary

The Photocritic Holiday Gift Guide: presents for macro photographers

Day Two of the Photocritic Holiday Gift Guide takes us into the world of the the close-up, and macro photography. We’ve compiled a list of suggestions for people who might be starting out and want to give macro a try, or who’ve been at it a little while and might need some kit to help […]

The World in the 1970s in Wonderful Color Photography

Here's a collection of 50 wonderful color photographs of the world in the 1970s via National Geographic Found. Tuareg goatherds drink tea in their desert shelter at Hassi Izernene in Algeria, August 1973. Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic. A Highland cow is bid on at an auction in Scotland, May 1970. Show More Summary

Datebook: Hallucinatory Satterwhite, Albuquerque in Antarctica

Striking street images from the Prague Spring, the surreal virtual worlds generated by an artist and his mother, photography that blurs the line between fact and fiction, and a talk by a prominent Guatemalan performance artist on art in our heady political age. There’s lots going on in...

Datebook: Hallucinatory Satterwhite, Albuquerque in Antarctica

Striking street images from the Prague Spring, the surreal virtual worlds generated by an artist and his mother, photography that blurs the line between fact and fiction, and a talk by a prominent Guatemalan performance artist on art in our heady political age. There’s lots going on in...

Man and Nature Instagram Photography

This is one of my favorite accounts to follow on instagram. Man and nature photography from every angle of the world being shared as one on @livefolk instagram. Take a look at some of the photos we picked and check them out on instagram. For...Show More Summary

1910, Paris: Some of the world's first street style photography

The Longchamp racecourse is situated in the Bois de Boulogne on the banks of the Seine River, in Paris, France. The first Longchamp race meeting was held in 1857. With the first real fashion shows organized in the 1910s, the new century hailed Paris as the fashion capital of the world. Show More Summary

The art of fashion photography: A special auction at Bonhams

last weekArts : Artdaily

Bonhams announces the inaugural auction of The Art of Fashion Photography. This auction is a carefully curated selection of important works by the world?s masters of fashion photography. It will take place in the Madison avenue galleries of Bonhams New York on December 17 at 1:00 PM EST. Show More Summary

See 40 Mind-Blowing Images Captured Through a Microscope

In stunning detail not visible to the human eye, the winning entrants in Nikon's Small World photography competition will give you a fresh view of the world

Shooting Challenge: Dark Photography

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

It's daylight savings time. And you know what that means. The world goes dark for the foreseeable future. Let's make the best of it, and for this week's Shooting Challenge, let's photograph really dark stuff. Read more...

Exposure: Photographer Kate Peters

Art director Gemma Fletcher examines the work of photographer Kate Peters, in the first installment of a series looking at new talent in photography, from recent graduates to photographers breaking into the commercial world.

Lytro Looks At A Future Beyond Photography

A new platform will allow partners, including NASA, to use light-field data in new sectors. Lytro, the pioneer which introduced the world to light-field photography, wants to show it's not a one-trick pony. Read Full Story

The Graphics of the Great War in France

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

More than any conflict before it, World War I was a visual battle. Propaganda proliferated across the fronts, and magazines, newspapers, photography, early films, and even fashion and children's books were involved in a rally of imagery on a large scale.

SPONSORED POST: Stories That Take You Farther

The Next Mile was created to explore trends, products, and technologies that are changing the world for the better, through video, infographics, photography, and interviews. Learn how to take your apartment to the next level with a few snazzy...

SPONSORED POST: Stories That Take You Farther

The Next Mile was created to explore trends, products, and technologies that are changing the world for the better, through video, infographics, photography, and interviews. Learn how to take your apartment to the next level with a few snazzy...

SPONSORED POST: Stories That Take You Farther

The Next Mile was created to explore trends, products, and technologies that are changing the world for the better, through video, infographics, photography, and interviews. Learn how to take your apartment to the next level with a few snazzy...

14 distorted photos of celebrities as you've never seen them

For nearly three decades, Arthur Fellig — otherwise known as “Weegee” — ruled the world of Manhattan street photography. From 1935, Weegee captured gritty shots of crime scenes, accidents, convicted criminals and the throbbing hum of New York City nightlife in general. Show More Summary

In New Book, Architecture Photography Is More Than Pretty Buildings

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

When Nicephore Niepce created the first ever photograph of the world in 1826, he chose to point his camera at a building. Architecture has been an iconic subject of photography from the very beginning, and Phaidon's new book, Shooting Space, surveys how artists new and established are looking at man-made structures. Read more...

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