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Today marks 50 years since the death of Swiss sculptor and painter, Alberto Giac…

Magnum Photos Today marks 50 years since the death of Swiss sculptor and painter, Alberto Giacometti. October 10, 1901-January 11, 1966. © #HenriCartierBresson/ #MagnumPhotos. Read More at Magnum Photos

Nearly Two Years Later, Apple’s 15-Inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Still Rules

Fstoppers Is the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar still a good computer? Nearly Two Years Later, Apple’s 15-Inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Still Rules We’re on the eve of another major Apple announcement. While it’s rumored to be purely software based, now is a good time to look at the polarizing 15-inch MacBook Pro with the all-too-infamous Touch Bar and four lonely Thunderbolt 3 ports. Read More at Fstoppers

This day, 46 years ago, marks the end of the Biafran War in #Nigeria. In the …

Magnum Photos This day, 46 years ago, marks the end of the Biafran War in #Nigeria. In the image, above the phone booths, is a poster against the late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, leader of the breakaway Republic of #Biafra. Lagos, Nigeria. 1967. © #BrunoBarbey/ #MagnumPhotos. Read More at Magnum Photos

40 years since Concorde’s first commercial flight © #PeterMarlow/ #MagnumPhoto…

Magnum Photos 40 years since Concorde’s first commercial flight © #PeterMarlow/ #MagnumPhotos. #OnThisDay Read More at Magnum Photos

It’s been 50 years since American actor Buster Keaton passed away (October 4, 18…

Magnum Photos It’s been 50 years since American actor Buster Keaton passed away (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966). © #KrynTaconis/ #MagnumPhotos. Read More at Magnum Photos

Photographer Rich Clarkson Has Been Shooting March Madness For 60 Years

Popular Photography March Madness may be long over, but we still have much respect for this fellow Photographer Rich Clarkson Has Been Shooting March Madness For 60 Years The legendary college basketball photographer decides that this will be his last year shooting court-side Read More at Popular Photography

Hugo shot a selfie every day for over eight and a half years

DIYPhotography Hugo shot a selfie every day for over eight and a half years http://bit.ly/1syFv0a Hugo shot a selfie every day for over eight and a half years Stop motion and timelapse enthusiast, Hugo Cornellier reposts and updates his selfie timelapse every year or so, each time adding another 12 months’ worth of images onto the stack. This time around, he’s decided to ramp up the production value and stabilise all of the shots giving a muc… Read More at […]

For 70 years, Magnum has shaped documentary photography as a modern form of arti…

Magnum Photos For 70 years, Magnum has shaped documentary photography as a modern form of artistic expression. Refine your visual narrative in the Magnum tradition with master photographers, #MoisesSaman, #BruceGilden and #ConstantineManos in #LosAngeles, California at Raleigh Studios from April 18 to April 22, 2016 in a 5-day program. To apply: http://bit.ly/MagnumLA. In this image: Yazidi women stranded in the Singar Mountains wait for a helicopter rescue in Iraq. August 12, 2014. © #MoisesSaman/ #MagnumPhotos. Read More at Magnum Photos

New Year’s Eve 2016 in Singapore. Photo by WK Cheoh: #fireworks

500px New Year’s Eve 2016 in Singapore. Photo by WK Cheoh: https://goo.gl/vhtLro #fireworks Read More at 500px

2,924 Photos of NYC Parks Found After Being Forgotten for 40 Years

PetaPixel Photos of NYC parks that were lost for 40 years. 2,924 Photos of NYC Parks Found After Being Forgotten for 40 Years A conservancy official in New York City was cleaning out an office in late 2017 when they came across two cardboard boxes. Inside were 2,924 color slide photos of NYC parks, shot in 1978 and then forgotten for exactly 40 years. The photographers were captured by New York Times photographers in parks… Read More at PetaPixel

This photographer quit her job three years ago to photograph women around the world

DIYPhotography This photographer quit her job three years ago to photograph women around the world http://bit.ly/29ZOXpi This photographer quit her job three years ago to photograph women around the world Many of us wish we could give up our jobs to go and follow our passion. For a very lucky few, our job is our passion. Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc quit her job to follow hers in 2013. Since then, she’s travelled the globe to capture the beauty in diversity […]

I Reshot Old Photos to See How China Has Changed Over 100 Years

PetaPixel This photographer reshot old photos of China to see how things changed. I Reshot Old Photos to See How China Has Changed Over 100 Years When most people travel, they think of travelling to a destination. Whether it’s climbing Mt. Fuji, gawking at the frescoes in the Vatican, or relishing sp Read More at PetaPixel

8 Photos that Couldn’t Have Been Made 5 Years Ago

PetaPixel Photography has come a long way in the last 5 years. 8 Photos that Couldn’t Have Been Made 5 Years Ago A great photo takes both the skill and creative talent of a photographer, but technology has also played a vital role in making that job easier (and in som Read More at PetaPixel

Today marks 30 years since the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in …

Magnum Photos Today marks 30 years since the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the city of Pripyat, then located in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic of the Soviet Union (USSR). This image: Ravaged town close to the nuclear power station of Chernobyl that was evacuated belatedly after the accident. May-June 2008. Pripyat, Ukraine. Jean Gaumy. 2008. © #JeanGaumy/ #MagnumPhotos Read More at Magnum Photos

For over thirty years, Patrick Zachmann has traveled across China, a country he …

Magnum Photos For over thirty years, Patrick Zachmann has traveled across China, a country he discovered in 1982 while reporting on the Chinese film industry. From Hong Kong triads in the 1980s to the mutation of the city of Beijing through Tiananmen Square protests, this exhibition brings together around 100 B&W and colour photographs, in which the small and the great history meet in a changing country. The underlying theme of this long-term work is the issue of identity, which […]

“For me, music and life are all about style.” Miles Davis May 26 marks 90 years…

Magnum Photos “For me, music and life are all about style.” Miles Davis May 26 marks 90 years since the birth of American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. This image – taken by Guy Le Querrec in 1987 – shows Davis performing with the Miles David Quintet, which included musicians Kenny Garrett (Saxophones), Foley McCreary (Guitar), Darryl Jones (Electric Bass), Adam Holman (Keyboards), Rudy Bird (Percussion) and Ricky Wellman (Drums). © #GuyLeQuerrec/ #MagnumPhotos Read More at Magnum Photos

I’ve spent two years photographing giant things and I’m not stopping now

DIYPhotography I’ve spent two years photographing giant things and I’m not stopping now http://bit.ly/2cnWV9z I’ve spent two years photographing giant things and I’m not stopping now I started this project because, well, it seemed like it would be hella fun, and it truly has been, every agonizing moment of it. I can’t say it’s been hard work, very little of my life as a photographer has ever really felt like work, even when I’m shooting jobs I’m not real… Read […]

Russian Photographer’s Talent Goes Undiscovered Until Years After Death

Fstoppers What an incredible discovery. Russian Photographer’s Talent Goes Undiscovered Until Years After Death A Soviet woman spent nearly 40 years photographing the world around her, but it wasn’t until after her death that her photos — and her significant talent — were unearthed. As her daughter began to develop some of the thousands of negatives that she found tucked away in the family attic, she disc… Read More at Fstoppers

This Must-See Timelapse Took Three Years and One Million Photos to Make

PetaPixel Just… wow. A timelapse tour de force. This Must-See Timelapse Took Three Years and One Million Photos to Make The Lion City II – Majulah is a photographic love letter to Singapore; actually, love novel might be more appropriate. A time-lapse overflowing with creati Read More at PetaPixel

This Photographer Has Shot NYC with a 1940s Camera for 50+ Years

PetaPixel “Why do I take pictures every day? It’s like why do I breathe every day?” This Photographer Has Shot NYC with a 1940s Camera for 50+ Years Walk around on the streets of New York City long enough, and you may come across photographer Louis Mendes. He has shoot street photos in the city for over 50 years, and he’s easily recognized by his vintage camera and outfits. The New York Post made the inspiring 3-minute video above about […]

This Photographer Spent Two Years on the Streets of Paris

PetaPixel Paris through the eyes of a street photographer. This Photographer Spent Two Years on the Streets of Paris Photographer Ludgero Filipe recently spent two years living in Paris, shooting tourist portraits to make money while roaming the city for street photograph Read More at PetaPixel

This Pinhole Camera Will Capture the Next 1,000 Years in One Photo

Popular Photography Pretentious? Probably, but still a pretty cool project. This Pinhole Camera Will Capture the Next 1,000 Years in One Photo Jonathon Keats’ camera is meant to take one picture that lasts a millennium Read More at Popular Photography

This Camera Was Lost at Sea for 2 Years — Its Photos Just Led to Its Owner

PetaPixel The little Canon that could. This Camera Was Lost at Sea for 2 Years — Its Photos Just Led to Its Owner An amazing story of one camera’s incredible journey has emerged over in Asia. The Canon camera was lost at sea for over two years before it was recently discovered, and the owner has just been found thanks to the photos within. A group of schoolchildren was working to clean up a beach in northern Ta… Read More […]

Opening Today in #Belgium – Eyes Wide Open! An exhibition celebrating 100 Years…

Magnum Photos Opening Today in #Belgium – Eyes Wide Open! An exhibition celebrating 100 Years of Leica Photography. June 17 – August 18. Featuring work from Magnum photographers #JohnVink, #HenriCartierBresson, #RobertCapa, Bruce Gilden, #ReneBurri and Thomas Hoepker. More information: http://bit.ly/EyesWideOpenExhibition This image: The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church bombed during the war and never restored. West Berlin, Germany. 1959 © #ReneBurri/ #MagnumPhotos Read More at Magnum Photos

10 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Photography

Popular Photography Here are our New Year’s Resolutions from a few years ago. What will you be doing in 2016 to become a better photographer? 10 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Photography If you’re going to get better at photography this year, you’re going to need a plan Read More at Popular Photography

Magnum’s Harry Gruyaert wins this years PHotoEspaña International Award. More i…

Magnum Photos Magnum’s Harry Gruyaert wins this years PHotoEspaña International Award. More info: http://bit.ly/28KO1Cf This image: Boom. Fair. Belgium.1981 © #HarryGruyaert/ #MagnumPhotos Read More at Magnum Photos

This year’s Ultimate Photography Bundle is just out – an amazing collection of p…

Digital Photography School This year’s Ultimate Photography Bundle is just out – an amazing collection of photography training – available for the next 5 days. It includes 26 eBooks, 21 eCourses, 1 membership site, and 10 tools (like presets and templates). http://bit.ly/2BLEqKh Read More at Digital Photography School

Filmmaker shot two DSLRs side-by-side for two years to make this amazing panoramic timelapse of LA

DIYPhotography Filmmaker shot two DSLRs side-by-side for two years to make this amazing panoramic timelapse of LA http://bit.ly/2eBbjQm Filmmaker shot two DSLRs side-by-side for two years to make this amazing panoramic timelapse of LA There comes a point in a timelapse photographer’s journey that one wants to do something different. They want to try to push the techniques and their own abilities. To try to create something new and interesting. Many such experiments don’t work quite as we’d intended, but […]

115 years ago, the first major exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s artwork was held in…

Magnum Photos 115 years ago, the first major exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s artwork was held in Paris on June 24, 1901. The 19-year-old had already produced hundreds of paintings, however before that time was relatively unknown outside of Barcelona. This image: #PabloPicasso at his studio in Paris with his painting ‘Chouette dans un intérieur’ behind him. France. 1948 © #HerbertList/ #MagnumPhotos Read More at Magnum Photos

Today marks 80 years since the first flight of the Focke Wulf Fw61 in 1936, the …

Magnum Photos Today marks 80 years since the first flight of the Focke Wulf Fw61 in 1936, the first operational #helicopter. This image: A child watches the arrival of U.S. helicopters. Gonaives, Haiti 1994 @webb_norriswebb © Alex Webb/ #MagnumPhotos Read More at Magnum Photos

This Year’s Gerber Baby Selection Deserves an Applause

Fstoppers This is absolutely wonderful. This Year’s Gerber Baby Selection Deserves an Applause I cannot think of a more successful example of an American brand logo than the “Gerber Baby.” Not only has that cute little face has been around for 90 years, but they just did something I think deserves some attention. Read More at Fstoppers

Watch This Stunning 4K Timelapse of San Francisco That Was Three Years in the Making (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Another epic timelapse video. Watch This Stunning 4K Timelapse of San Francisco That Was Three Years in the Making (VIDEO) Three years ago photographer/filmmaker Matthew Maniego created quite a stir with a timelapse video of San Francisco entitled Paradise x SF. Now he’s released the stunning sequel he’s been working on since late 2013. Watch the video below and prepared to be amazed. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Brooks Institute Closes After 70 Years of Photo Education

PetaPixel The end of an iconic photo school. Brooks Institute Closes After 70 Years of Photo Education There’s big news that’s making waves in the world of photography education: the well-known photo school Brooks Institute has announced that it will be clos Read More at PetaPixel

Watch: 28 years of Photoshop in only 3 minutes

DIYPhotography Watch: 28 years of Photoshop in only 3 minutes http://bit.ly/2gUjp1L Watch: 28 years of Photoshop in only 3 minutes We all use Adobe Photoshop, at least up to some point. It’s definitely the most used photo editing software in the world. What’s more, it’s one of the world’s most used and most famous pieces of software in general. This short and fun video will guide you through 28 years of Photoshop in only 3 min… Read More at DIY […]

Happy New Year Everyone!!! New Year’s Eve Photography Tips: New Year’s Eve …

Exposure Guide Happy New Year Everyone!!! New Year’s Eve Photography Tips: http://goo.gl/BC9rEQ New Year’s Eve is by far the world’s biggest party – think about how the media strives to connect the dropping of the Ball in New York’s Times Square with the other parties going on all over the country -regardless of the time zone! Big parties come with a lot of expectations and a big desire by party guests to makethe most of the evening. It’s up to […]

Nokia Lumia 1020: Does It Hold Up Four Years Later?

Fstoppers Just how good was this groundbreaking cameraphone? Nokia Lumia 1020: Does It Hold Up Four Years Later? When Nokia released the Lumia 1020 it touted the largest smartphone sensor available. Nokia was trying to win hearts and minds with their stellar cameras. In the end, the Lumia line failed, but how does the camera stack up four years on? Read More at Fstoppers

“It has been a smuggling route for many years and the migrant centre has been th…

Magnum Photos “It has been a smuggling route for many years and the migrant centre has been there for those who didn’t make it across, either losing their money to the smugglers or losing heart.” Olivia Arthur reflects on the Markazi refugee camp in Djibouti: http://bit.ly/2bhIVMm PHOTO: Young men celebrate International Migrant Day at the Migrant centre outside Obock. The men have travelled from Ethiopia to attempt the crossing to Yemen and go to look for work in the Gulf. […]

This is What the Coldest City in the World Looks Like If last year’s polar vo…

Exposure Guide This is What the Coldest City in the World Looks Like http://goo.gl/EDdWUZ If last year’s polar vortex had most people bundled-up and tested for their capacity to withstand intense cold, such temperatures are actually ordinary in some places. To be specific, somewhere in the Siberian tundra, the village of Oymyakon is believed to be the frostiest place on Earth inhabited by people. Read More at Exposure Guide

A story of French photojournalist who photographed gangs and wars for 40 years

DIYPhotography Street, war and gang photography fans – you’ll love Yan’s work. A story of French photojournalist who photographed gangs and wars for 40 years How far would you go for a shot? French photojournalist Yan Morvan spent his 40-year long career shooting gangs and wars. He was exposed to dangers, gunshots and bombs all the time, and even got kidnapped by one of the most notorious rapists and murderers in France. An educated man and a talented p… Read […]

We speak to Paolo Pellegrin about his years of extensive work charting the compl…

Magnum Photos We speak to Paolo Pellegrin about his years of extensive work charting the complexities of the Middle East: http://bit.ly/2bGQhuj PHOTO: Civilians arrive in Tyre after fleeing their villages in southern Lebanon. Tyre, Lebanon. July, 2006. © Paolo Pellegrin / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos