Ara Mahrejian

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Get Perfect Product Shots With An $8 IKEA Table

Caleb Pike is back with another DIY video, this time creating a super cheap product photography setup. It's clever, well thought out, and the results …

How Dodging and Burning in Lightroom Will Save Your Life

If this dramatic title wasn’t enough to draw your attention, our special guest appearance in this post will definitely do the trick. Just under a …

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Muhammad Ali: A Life in Pictures

10 Photography Curators You Should Follow on Flipboard

To get an education in photography, one simply has to look around. That’s not asking much. From advertisements to Instagram, the modern age is awash in images appearing before us from every possible angle. Adding to this is the convergence of cameras and mobile phones, which led to the world taking …

Lightroom 201: Advanced Lightroom CC Processing (for Lightroom Classic): How to Balance Mixed Light

You are watching a free tutorial from Lightroom 201: Advanced Lightroom CC Processing (for Lightroom Classic).<br>To view the entire course, upgrade to …

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7 Lessons Sergio Larrain Has Taught Me About Street Photography

CHILE. 1963. Valparaiso / © Sergio Larrain / Magnum PhotosSergio Larrain is a figure in photographic history who isn’t well-known, and is a bit of a …

Film short about disabled puppy wins hearts, 59 awards, job offers from Disney

This boy seems not unlike other boys — he plays video games, he gets annoyed when his mom gets in his way, and he's fascinated by a gift she gives him in a large cardboard box — but as we find out at the end of this video short, there's more to him than we initially believe.<p><b>Don't miss more of our</b> …

This movie about the universe has been 30 years in the making, and it's finally coming out

For 30 years, Malick has been working on "Voyage of Time," which is a documentary that examines the birth of the universe, and according to an IMAX press release, the film will finally come out on its massive screens October 7.<p>The project was first in production in the late 1970s at Paramount, then …

The Best DSLR Camera Backpacks for Hiking and Outdoor Photography

May 26, 2017<p>Face it, you were wrong.<p>You thought carrying all that camera gear, extra lenses, tripod, and water inside a single strap messenger bag …

Vintage electric bikes from Italy out-hip even the coolest ride

Wouldn't you love to cruise around on one of these smooth rides? Italy's Agnelli Milan Bikes is making the old new again by repurposing vintage 1950s …

How A Color Designer Creates The Perfect Backdrop For Famous Art

At major museums around the world, the color experts at Farrow & Ball train their discerning eye on the walls behind the artwork.<p>White walls may reign supreme at art galleries, but at major art museums, colored walls are standard practice. And while you might be hard-pressed to remember what color …

Farrow & Ball

Fun, Revealing Portraits of People After One, Two, and Three Glasses of Wine

Things can get a bit fuzzy after a few glasses of wine, but Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti has found a way to clearly conserve and catalog the merrymaking effects of the adored alcoholic beverage. In his latest series called <i>3 Glasses Later</i>, which began as a joking experiment, Alberti invited …

Wine

Scale of Hearst plot to discredit Orson Welles and Citizen Kane revealed

Memos show media mogul William Randolph Hearst’s executives conspired to undermine Welles and stop release of film<p>Previously unpublished documents have revealed the scale of a plot by the media mogul William Randolph Hearst to discredit Orson Welles and destroy Citizen Kane, the 1941 film about the …

William Randolph Hearst

It Had to Happen: Now There's an On-Demand Economy for Photojournalists

A lot of reporters are gathering at South by Southwest this week. A <i>lot</i>. But the local Austin Fox affiliate isn't taking chances. For this SXSW, the …

Now more than ever, perhaps, the Oscars have been unable to make themselves relevant in this modern age: there's always been a self-congratulatory, …

Stunning Works Of Macro Photography Ask You To Look Closer

The world will never look the same.<p>From a distance, an eye looks like nothing more than a little black marble. The closer you get, however, the more peculiarities begin to bubble up to the surface -- the specks of gold and green, a reflection of light, hints of moisture that build up around the …

11 TED Talks on Photography Worth Watching

Need some inspiration to start off the new year? Try these 11 TED talks on photography. 1. Anastasia Taylor-Lind – Fighters and Mourners of the …

Hear Radiohead’s Unused James Bond Theme ‘Spectre’

In July, British bookmakers suspended betting on which artist recorded the theme song for the then-upcoming James Bond film <i>Spectre</i> when one person …

James Bond

Photos Taken 100 Years Ago Capture Rare Look at Paris in Color

Over 100 years ago, a French banker named Albert Kahn undertook a massive photography project that became known as <i>The Archives of the Planet</i>. Sending photographers to every continent, Kahn aimed to collect colour snapshots from all corners of the Earth using a brand new technology known as the …

France

Wonderfully Timeless Contemporary Photography (20 photos)

Croatia-born photographer Stanko Abadic finds beauty in simple moments. Shot in black and white, his street photography is characterized by strong contrasts of light and dark, his attention to geographic forms and his eye for long shadows.<p>What I love most about his photos (aside from the slightly …

Tintype Photography

It’s fair to say that technology is no stranger when it comes to photography. As new products enter the market, the old are forgotten. Not too along …

Back to Silence - Photographs and text by Sandra Pereznieto | LensCulture

The Sacred Valley is a magical, powerful place. The mountains and splendid game of clouds gather around your soul while you walk through the silent land. Upon arriving, you are welcomed into an unimaginablely simple life, one filled with dignity and resolve. Under a burning sun, and with scant …

8 Creative Ways to Make Money with Your Photography

Photography doesn’t just have to be a hobby, in fact, it can be a brilliant way to gain some extra money – and quite a lot at that! I’ve put together …

The Moving Story of a Street Photographer’s Chance Encounter With a Subject Almost 29 Years Later

<b>Meryl Meisler</b>: In June of 1983, I photographed what appeared to be an extended family and neighbors hanging out in front of a small brick apartment …

Photographer Cleans Out His Late Father’s Darkroom Left Untouched Since the 1970s

“I kept wishing I could sit down with my dad and ask him a hundred questions,” Brooklyn-based photographer Joseph O. Holmes says of cleaning out the …

Literature

November’s Leonid meteor shower

Here are all the details you need for 2018’s Leonid meteor shower, at its best on the mornings of November 17 and 18.<p>November’s wonderful Leonid …

Matthieu Venot – Minimalist Architecture Photography

Blinded, a photo series by Matthieu Venot that captures the modern, minimalist shapes of urban architecture.<p>Matthieu Venot is a self-taught …

Leon Borensztein On Why Photographing the Yakuza was the Biggest Risk of His Career

<b>Leon Borensztein</b>: In 1996 The New York Times Magazine send me to Japan to document the Generation X, the underworld of Japan. I was worried a little, …

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