Pictures of the stars in our galaxy are always intriguing. So are microscopic images of cells that make our body function. Though, would you ever have thought they could be appetizing? We came across a stop motion short of food items fashioned in the shape of lungs, atoms and the Milky Way and wanted to share this educational, out of this world, find!
Franco Pinna was one of Italy's foremost exponents of NeoRealism in photography. It should come as no surprise therefore, that during his lifetime he also worked repeatedly with Italian film director and scriptwriter Federico Fellini, one of the most influential filmmakers of the 20th century.
South African fast food chain 'Wimpy' has come up with a series of 'braille burgers' - the braille embossed using the sesame seeds you'd usually find on bun tops. Though an ad campaign for the chain, three institutions for the seeing impaired benefited as the special burgers were showcased at these locations to spread awareness.
Here's something I ran into a while ago. Photography website PetaPixel recently featured a mini documentary about the closing of the last photo lab that processes Kodachrome films. Video after the jump...
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This is a very personal story of my transition from a novice to an amateur photographer. I hope this can be somewhat inspirational for at least some people out there getting into analog photography for the first time, or photography in general.
Born in 1930, David Goldblatt is perhaps South Africa’s best known and most highly regarded photographer of his generation. Find out a little bit more about him here.
If you’re situated anywhere near San Diego California, then you’re in luck because next month the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) will be hosting an exhibition of American photography spanning a hundred years.
Previously, we brought you some lessons from photography masters Ansel Adams and Robert Capa. This month, it's all about the words of wisdom from respected street photographer and photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer who is well-known as the ‘father of modern photojournalism’. He was also one of the pioneer photographers who developed street photography. Learn more techniques from this master photographer.
The father of modern photojournalism, French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson will have his works featured in a number of exhibitions. There's an ongoing one and and more notably, an upcoming one at an atelier called La Maison des artistes. Read on...
Scott's Last Expedition: Exhibition Commemorating 100 Years Since Robert F. Scott's Polar Exploration
This month, the Natural History Museum, London opens a new exhibition documenting Captain Scott's ill-fated last polar exhibition, the Terra Nova. This exhibition brings to light many previously unseen artefacts from the expedition including clothing, tools, diaries, a life-size recreation of Scott's hut and more importantly, documentary photographs.
Look what we've found! A UK based photo competition asked students to recreate/reinterpret famous works of art in photograph form. It's called 'The Booooooom + Adobe Remake photo project' and took place last year. Though it's over, the submissions galley was astounding, and we just had to share them with you!
The celebrated Eve Arnold, photographer of both the stars, and the common-man, passed away last week. She was close to 100, and her long career spanned half her life. The first woman to join Magnum, Arnold accomplished many feats during her career, which we can only attempt to highlight in this article.
Beautifully captured photos that depict almost superhuman abilities. Polish photographer Tomasz Gudzowaty likes to travel the world in search of practitioners of various martial arts, acrobatics, and other non-mainstream sports. Photos after the jump.
It's a new year and it goes without saying that new beginnings must occur as well. Resolutions are meant to broken tough (and are incredibly passe), so this time around, I'll stick with a photo project that I've been itching to do for years already - Project One: One year. One lens. One film.
Questo mese Lomography vuole rendere omaggio al fotografo ed ambientalista Ansel Adams. Ci sono molte mostre in atto mostrano il lavoro di questo maestro. Approfondiamo...