If you’ve ever pondered the idea of become a photojournalist but still need that extra push, this video by the Museum of Photographic Arts is sure to inspire you!
What is it to be a modern photojournalist? These are some of the questions that award winning photojournalists answer in this short video made by the Museum of Photographic Arts. They touch on the ability to capture history, telling stories that need to be told, and meeting a colorful cast of characters while on the job. Personally, I like what World Press Photo 2012 winner Paul Hansen said: “We are the voyeurs of life”.
Milan-based art direction and graphic design student Adriana Zingaro created a motion graphics video inspired by the nostalgia of looking at old printed photographs and the Lomo'Instant! Watch her adorable animation here.
After the Second World War, society learned that there are many things needed to be changed by the way authorities run their businesses -- from employers, high society, and politicians. This the incomplete history of protest, from the 1940's to now in art and photographs.
The camera is an auxiliary to our sight; seeing things that the naked eye cannot. Everything is not what it seems in the David Lynch-like lens of analogue photographer Grace Gloria Denis as she zooms up-close to seemingly mundane still life.
From 1785 to 1922, White Wolf, also known as Chief John Smith is considered the oldest Native American to have lived -- 137 years. Let's get to know the historical figure through a series of portraits.
As a child of nature, Grace Finnie (@gracefinnie) never heads out without a camera in tow. In this interview, our community newcomer from United Kingdom talks about her passion for the outdoors and photographing all its beauty on film.
Photographer and vlogger Marc Silber visits the grandson of the master photographer Edward Weston and explores his former home, one that reeks of the personal and photographic history of the renowned member of Group f/64.
The existence of light grants us to see the whole spectrum of the prism. As we walk our way across the rainbow, we study, ruse and add meanings to the colors. For this week, we have the color that never goes out of style.