A group of orphans and street children have been trained in photography and asked to capture the world around them.
Do you see circles everywhere? The world itself is a circle, they naturally occur in nature, and man-made objects are full of them. Weekly Photography Challenge – Circles Your assignment for the weekly challenge is to actively look for them and photograph circles. Show More Summary
Artists, gallery owners, book publishers, and dealers from 34 countries had just kicked off Paris Photo, one of the world’s largest photography fairs, at the Grand Palais on the Champs-Élysées when terrorist attacks forced much of the city to close. Show More Summary
Shapes can be seen everywhere, in everything. Look closer to find the circles in these images: The post 27 Images Around the World of Circles by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
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You may know Fernando Krasovitzky for his photography of what he fondly refers to as "the most bizarre places in the world," but he wasn't always so aware of this passion. The artist shares how after a personal loss, he came to realize...Show More Summary
For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968–1979 offers an ambitious social and art history of a decade ignited by protest, shaped by global power dynamics, and visualized through new art forms.
There is no doubt that in today’s world of digital photography it is even more imperative to be organized in your workflow, both to save you time in the long term, and also to protect your digital files. As every photographer, you will...Show More Summary
As director of photography at Pixar, Sharon Calahan brought the natural world to The Good Dinosaur. The post How The Good Dinosaur Got Its Stunning Scenery appeared first on WIRED.
Photographers working with Magnum Photos—the premier photo collective founded after World War II by Henri Carter-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger, and David "Chim" Seymour—have been exceptionally busy this year releasing a trove of photo books. Show More Summary
WordPress is a world of creativity, and the best of it comes forward with photography and related themes. Whether you’re a photography beginner just starting out, a professional with a huge stack of pictures already to your name, anShow More Summary
After a series of deadly coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night, few people had art sales on their mind. But the government’s decision to shut down Paris Photo, the enormously successful photography fair that draws upward of 60,000 visitors from around the world to the Grand Palais each... More »
The 19th edition of Paris Photo opened at the Grand Palais, the cultural event for the discovery of photography through the world?s largest panorama of the medium, from its first expressions to the latest contemporary trends. At theShow More Summary
Elmer Olsen model Carlton Ruth returns to our pages with an arresting new story by photography duo Carlos + Alyse. Embracing a dark black & white aesthetic, Carlos + Alyse capture Carlton in a black wardrobe for the timeless bad boy....Show More Summary
Cruising—the gay male pastime of looking for sex with strangers, sometimes in semi-public places—usually keeps a low profile. But it’s having a moment in the art world: At the end of October, two photography books focused on cruising spots in New York City hit the shelves, inviting readers to become voyeurs. Show More Summary
Breakthrough Photography has already had their, well, breakthrough, but they’re looking to push the boundaries even further. On December 14th 2014 the San Francisco-based startup finished a very successful Kickstarter campaign for their then-new collection of neutral density and circular polarizer filters. Show More Summary
Breakthrough Photography, a San Francisco-based startup, is seeking funding for what it claims is the 'world's sharpest and most color neutral circular polarizer,' the X3 CPL. This polarizer is constructed with Schott B270 optical glass from Germany, MRC16 and nanotec coatings, a weather-sealed brass Traction Frame, and new American-made CrystalVision CPL film. Read more
The current photography exhibition of Mark Shaw's photographs at Liz O'Brien's New York gallery is at once remarkable, beautiful, poignant and wonderfully chic. As viewers we are invited to a specific time and place where two creative individuals met in New York's high society of the 60's resulting in a unique collaboration. Show More Summary
The winners of the 2015 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards were announced last week as part of the the World Architecture Festival—and the results are predictably stunning. Read more...
Photography by Ryan Pfluger in New York on September 21, 2015. “You are the social media emperor!” said Hillary Clinton to DeRay Mckesson when he told her their goodbyes were being shared with the world on Periscope. The exchange followed...Show More Summary