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5 Tips for Getting Started with Wildlife Photography for Beginners

There is just something about the natural world that seems to touch us humans to the very core of our being, especially when it involves wildlife of any form. When we hear the words “wildlife photography”, wide open planes of the African Savannah with herds of zebras, wildebeests and antelope come to mind. Show More Summary

Q&A: Sarah Meister Curator, Department of Photography, MoMA

What are some photographs that you believe everybody should see? There are so many photographs and digital images in the world today that instead of adding to the lists of things that everybody should see, I’d suggest a different exercise. I believe that most people would see more clearly if they took the time to […]

A peek into a travel photographer's camera bag

Swee Ong is a Singaporean travel photographer who has had his work published in National Geographic. As a self-funded photographer, Ong backpacks around the world, documenting his travels via photography. His trips can last anywhereShow More Summary

10 Visual Artists Whose Imagination and Intellect Will Inspire You

Our digitally fueled world continues to grow more visual with each passing year, with photography and illustration being joined by the constantly evolving worlds of video and animation. As part of Adweek's Creative 100, our annual list...Show More Summary

Reflecting On The Next Generation's Lessons Learned From Our Presidential Leadership Journey

@ Grant Miller Photography It sounded like a train rolling through a station or a powerful earthquake shaking the historic Central High School of Little Rock as three world leaders looked up with three members of the famous Little Rock Nine and everyone else in the auditorium. Show More Summary

On Exposure

3 days agoArts : Art21 Blog

Artist Matthew Morrocco considers photography's historical significance, and its enduring relevance in an image-driven world.

ALL OF MY UDEMY CLASSES ARE NOW FREE

In celebration of my upcoming Alaska roadtrip, I have just made all my courses on UDEMY FREE. No charge.   Portrait Photography with Simple Gear Natural Light Beauty and Fashion Photography Real World, No BS Marketing for Photographers Using a Photographic Lightmeter   Enjoy. (Photo by Dennis Mong)

Slow Mo Guys push it to the extreme with glass explosions at over 343,000fps

In the photography world, we’re used to the megapixel and high ISO races. When it comes to video, the race seems to be about frames per second. With frame rates getting ever faster, Vision Research are usually in the lead with their Phantom cameras. It’s just a regular day at the office for the Slow Mo Guys, making things explode. [...]Show More Summary

This Is the Coolest Drone Photo in the World

It won first place for the travel category in a drone photography contest

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Photography Project Lets Young Afghan Girls Share Their View of the World. Most of these students have never held a camera. When Islamic State stormed her town, Layla Mohammed fled, but she is now back and determined to rebuild against the odds. Mohammed is breaking boundaries in Syrian town freed from Islamic State. In a […]

Gear Review: Peak Design Capture Camera Clip & Shell

My biggest hesitation prior to entering into the world of photography was finding a suitable carrying system.  I’ll hike through hunger for an hour or more if I don’t have a snack in my hip pocket simply because it requires me stopping and opening my pack.  Same goes for applying bug spray, SPF, or adding /......

These 360 Photos Show What Life Is Like For Refugees

Post from RICOH THETA. - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA Police and refugees on the Greece-Macedonia border. Modern 2D photography is a great tool to document the struggles around the world, but sometimes it feels like we only see half...Show More Summary

6 Reasons to Love Ultra-Wide Lenses

Get 50% off Tom’s ebook Ang’s World – A Life in Photography eBook, now only until July 26 at Snapndeals. Right now is the best time in the history of photography to get into ultra wide-angle lenses. In the last few years, lens designers...Show More Summary

Here Are the 2016 iPhone Photography Award Winners

For the past eight years, the iPhone Photography Awards has collected work from iPhone users around the world in an attempt to present the very best imagery taken via Apple product, from the work of professionals and amateurs alike. This year’s ninth annual competition may have been their biggest yet, with thousands of entrants applying […]

Gold bars awarded for top shots in annual iPhone photography competition - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The applicants this year numbered in the thousands and spanned 139 countries around the world, but the grand prize was awarded to a Chinese photographer named Siyuan Niu for his work entitled "Man and the Eagle."

4 Tips for Better Child Photography by a Mom

Elena Shumilova and her family moved to the country and she started photographing her two sons. Then she put her images online and something magical happened – the world loved them! She has over 50 million views of her images and counting. Show More Summary

The Best 2016 iPhone Photos From Around the World

Who said your iPhone camera was only good for selfies? Since 2007, the annual iPhone Photography Awards have honored the photographers whose work shows that you don't need an expensive camera to take gorgeous pictures. This year's honorees...Show More Summary

Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

2 weeks agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

“The world belongs to those who read.” ? Rick Holland Cindy Sherman: Why Am I In These Photos? – The Guardian Why the Times Went After Peter Lik – AFT How We Spot Altered Photographs – National Geographic Animals Sly Enough to Surprise...Show More Summary

Photography Project Lets Young Afghan Girls Share Their View of the World

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Most of these students have never held a camera. That was clear when I started working on this project in June of last year, teaching photography skills to 10 teenage girls living in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. When I asked how they felt looking through the lens, they said it was like seeing their village for the first time. Show More Summary

Weekend Arts Agenda: 'Where Children Sleep'

The CDC brings us a sobering exhibition at the tail end of this weekend, with the debut of James Mollison’s photography series, Where Children Sleep. Pairing portraits of children from across the world with the places those same kids sleep each night, Mollison’s exhibition offers a reminder: Not every child has what they need.…

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