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Orangutan photo snags Sony World Photo prize for DPR reader

We first became acquainted with Andrew Suryono's name when his 'Orangutan in the Rain' photo popped up as one of the top submissions to the Sony World Photography awards. As we later found out, he's a DPR regular and his photo eventually took first place in Sony's Indonesia National Award category. Find out the story behind the image. Read more

Too Many People Are Dying Over Risky Selfies: Report

  SYDNEY, Sept 3 (Reuters) - The rise of selfie photography in some of the world's most beautiful, and dangerous, places is sparking a range of interventions aimed at combating risk-taking that has resulted in a string of gruesome deaths worldwide. Show More Summary

'Luke Cage' Casts 'Sons of Anarchy' Vet Theo Rossi as Villain, Rosario Dawson Confirmed

Despite lacking any official photography of Jessica Jones, Marvel and Netflix keep right on truckin’ with Luke Cage pre-production. Latest to enter the Hero-for-Hire’s world is none other than Sons of Anarchy vet Theo Rossi as a Marvel gangster nemesis, while reports also confirm Rosario Dawson to reprise her Daredevil role as Claire Temple. Continue reading…

Atlas Erida lightweight drone is built to stay airborne longer

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In the drone photography world, names like Parrot and DJI (maker of the Phantom series) are the closest things to a gold standard at the moment. However, a Latvian startup is promising to deliver a smartphone-controlled, lightweightShow More Summary

Ripple Effect

And so I leave you here. I've been blogging over on my new website now instead, and it already feels like home. My beats are fact, fiction, photography, and fun, whether or not any of it ever saves the world. And the posts are super-short, and artsy. Show More Summary

The silly world of gaming-related stock photography

[For our next promoted blog, SpielerDad takes us through the weird world of gaming stock photography and video. Prepare to laugh, cry and shake your head. - Pixie The Fairy] As someone who has been gaming for nearly 30 years, I’ve seen the medium go from a childrens' pastime to mainstream entertainment. Show More Summary

First ever major retrospective of Hellen van Meene's entire oeuvre opens at Hague Museum of Photography

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

For the last 20 years, Hellen van Meene (b. 1972) has ranked among the world?s top photographers. Her highly distinctive style and timeless, intimate images of young girls on the brink of adulthood have attracted international acclaim. Show More Summary

20 Of The Best Photos From The EyeEm Awards So Far

Photography contests -- from the Sony World Photography Awards to the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest to the CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year competition to the iPhone Photography Awards -- give us a glimpse into moments big and small across the globe. Show More Summary

Tips From a Pro: An Introduction to Microscopic Photography

Michael Peres loves photographing the tiny details of our natural world. A professor of biomedical photographic communications at Rochester Institute of Technology, Peres specializes in capturing these intricate details by photographing with a microscope. Show More Summary

Blood oil, Poetics and Politics of Data, Ghost Army of World War II and other belated book reviews

petrocracy, control by data, photography in Belfast after the Good Friday Agreement, new media art in the Middle East and North Africa, inflatable army units, and ephemeral performative practices

Olympus Announces E-M10 II with Faster Shooting, Better Stabilization, and Improved Viewfinder

Olympus, who 13 years ago produced what I viewed as mediocre digital cameras at best, has been impressing the photography world with many of their cameras in recent years.  From the Pen to the OM-D, they have really stepped up their game to be a real contender in the professional sector.  Now, they’ve upped the [...]Show More Summary

Award-winning Art Directors show the fruits of creativity + collaboration

In partnership with iStock by Getty Images "We know that photography can ignite, inspire and change the world." — Andrew Saunders, Senior Vice President, Creative Content at Getty Images

#EverydayClimateChange uses Instagram to document our warming world

EverydayClimateChange is an ongoing documentary project, a tool for raising awareness, and a moving collection of beautiful photography.

A Tiger Posed In An Abandoned Factory, Or When Ruin Photography Becomes Exploitation

A viral story about a tiger getting loose during a photo shoot in an abandoned Detroit factory was untrue and overblown, photographer David Yarrow said, but the incident has still sparked criticism in the local art world. Video posted...Show More Summary

'Murder in the First' Actor Raphael Sbarge Is in a Comic Book! -- Part I

Raphael Sbarge plays David Molk in TNT's Murder in the First. Raphael founded the nonprofit organization Green Wish. Photo by Brandin Photography. Raphael Sbarge is one of the rare oddities of the world. I'm saying this because his interview answers came over without any errors! Raphael likes to talk a lot, so he's my kind of guy. Show More Summary

Tony Gleaton dies at 67; photographer of black life in West, Americas

In the late 1970s Tony Gleaton was immersed in the glossy world of New York fashion photography, aspiring to craft images for major magazines. "I used to live and die between the pages of British Vogue," he once recalled with chagri...

Todrick Hall: The high camp, highly contagious world

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay :

Photography by Luke Fontana | Groomer: Ananda Tuyes YouTube superstar Todrick Hall (a.k.a. Toddy Rockstar, a.k.a. Quing Toddy) is as meta as they come, a love child of pop culture and the American dream — both of which he inverts and gloriously mutates into something entirely new. Show More Summary

Happy World Photo Day, Everyone!

We're celebrating by showcasing some of our favorite photo posts. The history of photography spans nearly 18 decades, and though the technical aspects have gone the way of faster, easier, and cheaper, the effectiveness of storytelling the medium creates remains the same. Show More Summary

Incredible Surreal Images of Rural Mississippi Created Entirely on iPhone

iPhones are a pretty consistent staple in the photography world anymore, from grabbing quick selfies and behind-the-scenes footage on set to shooting feature-length films and luxury car ads.  The technology and available apps keep getting better and better, and those who laughed at the idea of smartphone photography are sheepishly slinking into the background. Melissa [...]Show More Summary

In 1975, Kodak Employee Steven Sasson Invented The Digital Camera. His Bosses Made Him Hide It.

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

Imagine a world where photography is a slow process that is impossible to master without years of study or apprenticeship. Such a world existed in 1973, when Steven Sasson, a young engineer, went to work for Eastman Kodak. Two yearsShow More Summary

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