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John Ferguson Documents the Tough Life of London's Cage Fighters

<i>All images by John Ferguson. Used with Creative Commons permission.</i><p>The toughest guys often have the most interesting stories to tell, and it’s the …

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Amazing Black and White Photos of Joan Crawford's Personal Life Taken by Eve Arnold in the 1950s

Born Eve Cohen in 1912 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American photojournalist Eve Arnold joined Magnum Photos agency in 1951, and became a full …

Blinded by the light: the violence of flash photography

Susan Sontag was deliberately provocative when she coupled photography with violence. There is, she wrote in the essay ‘In Plato’s Cave’ (1977), …

A short history of flash photography

Flash gets a bad press for its invasiveness – yet it brings a form of democracy to the material world<p>All photography requires light, but the light used in flash photography is unique — shocking, intrusive and abrupt. It’s quite unlike the light that comes from the sun, or even from ambient …

Photographer Captures Life as a Mom of an Autistic Son

April is Autism Awareness Month, and photographer Kate Miller-Wilson has released a series of photos showing what life is like as a mother of a …

Photography

Pixy Liao's Intimate Photography Deconstructs Gender Dynamics

Shanghai-born, Brooklyn-based photographer Pixy Liao’s emotion-laden photography series “Experimental Relationship” questions the gender dynamics …

Streethunters Bookshelf: Michail Moscholios’ Anti-Manual On Street Photography

Embracing unconventionality in photography, as well as in writing about photography, is a polarizing venture. As with any art, going against the …

Joseph Szabo: the teacher who photographed a bygone era of American youth

In 1972, Joseph Szabo, a 28-year-old art and photography teacher at Malverne High School, Long Island, was struggling to connect with his pupils. So he started taking pictures of them. “I tried to photograph everybody,” he says, speaking on the phone from Long Island, where he still lives. “I …

Documenting the wild side of LA’s major intersections

Los Angeles native and photographer Sean Maung is releasing his eleventh zine, <i>All Knowing</i>, a love letter to the people of his hometown. From block parties in Venice to alleys on Skid Row and Paisa bars in East Hollywood, Maung celebrates the skaters, sex workers, gangsters, hippies, and working …

Travel Tools I Use to Learn, Work and Play Anywhere in the World

I often get asked what apps, services and travel tools I use to work, learn, plan, play, track habits, manage time, write, read and more.<p>I’d like to …

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His image of a man blocking tanks in Tiananmen Square captivated the world. But the Magnum photographer now believes the ‘iconic’ image is dead<p>A ripped Che Guevara poster in fluorescent pink and turquoisewas my first contact with a so-called “iconic image”. Later came Tiananmen Square: the picture …

Vietnam War

Love, Lust, and Loss: A Photographic Memoir of the 80s

Love, Lust, and Loss: A Photographic Memoir of the 80s is both a visual coming of age story and Atlanta-based photographer Billy Howard’s homage to a …

Relationships

New York Didn't Know How Much It Needed Booker and Dax

The New York dining landscape is littered with the carcasses of restaurants that tried to do things differently: WD~50, Tailor, Varietal, Alder, Gastroarte, pretty much any venue run by Paul Liebrandt, and now, Booker and Dax. The city’s only true bastion of avant-garde bartending closed earlier …

Post-Mortem Photography: Early Visual Media - Death - Memento Mori - Last look - Memorial - Veerle Van Goethem

<b>"The LAST LOOK" POST-MORTEM PHOTOGRAPHY IN EUROPE <br>Books about Post-Mortem & MourNING</b><p>Post-Mortem photograph of Gabriel Martin Joseph Zeebrouck, one of …

Poetry

Memento Mori: Spooky Post Mortem Photography

2018-06-01 #news<p>The Game Changers Awards served as a challenge to shift angles and photograph outside the box. Meet our winners!<p>written by Ciel …

Photography

Thu Thu Shein On Myanmar’s Budding Industry, Value of Collaboration – Variety

LOCARNO — The Open Doors Lab at the Locarno Film Festival gathers producers from Southeast Asia to provide them with training and individual …

Filmmaking

Film Washi Makes Special 35mm Film Hand-Coated Onto Japanese Paper

Film photographers sick of the same-old who want to try something totally different definitely need to give Film Washi a look. The self-styled …

Crafting

‘Don’t stop there, it’s a hellhole’: Matthew Abbott captures the murderous, majestic Australian outback

Matthew Abbott was in a one-man tent about 20km outside Lightning Ridge when he began to feel a profound sense of unease. The Sydney photographer was documenting life in the hard-up towns in the drought-hit Murray-Darling basin, Australia’s longest river system; he had “rocked up” the day before to …

Australia

Atmospheric midcentury architecture, as captured by legendary lensman Julius Shulman

Time capsule in a book (or three)<p>Any lover of midcentury modern architecture will probably have come across the work of Julius Shulman, the legendary architectural photographer who evangelized the laid-back modernism of postwar Southern California to the world. Though he’s best known for his …

Architecture

Portrait of a Friendship in the Face of Cancer

Brett Kilroe made his living making other people visible. As an art director in the music industry for more than two decades, he was responsible for the visual design and branding of acts ranging from Kings of Leon and Foo Fighters to Missy Elliott and Taylor Swift. The iconic cover of Ol’ Dirty …

Foo Fighters

Edward S. Curtis captures spirit of Native America in 'One Hundred Masterworks'

Art and ethnography merge beautifully in a new exhibit at the Palm Springs Art Museum, "Edward S. Curtis: One Hundred Masterworks," on view through May 29. Like Alan Lomax, who made field recordings of the myriad sounds of 20th century folk music, Curtis set out to create a comprehensive visual …

You've Never Seen These Black History Photos Before

The New York Times is publishing never-before-released photos from its archive.<p>The New York Times is diving into its photo archive this month in search of "unpublished black history." The archive, known as the Morgue, is a library of photographs and negatives that lives in a subbasement. It’s an …

catherine opie on documenting san francisco's lesbian leather scene

The legendary photographer discusses what it means to represent your community.<p>Catherine Opie is having a moment. If you're living on either coast of the United States in 2016, it would be hard to miss it. The photographer has two shows up in New York, at Lehmann Maupin, and concurrent exhibitions …

Canadian photographer Beth Lesser spent the 1980s immersed in Jamaican dancehall culture. Her images of the DJs, MCs and selectors from this pivotal musical period can be seen at London’s KK Outlet until 30 January

Dance Hall

Get Lost in the Contact Sheets of Magnum Photographers Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Eve Arnold and More

For every iconic photograph, there is a story, and for every story that predated the rise of the digital camera, there’s a contact sheet. As part of …

Street Photography

How to Drink the Entire Bourbon Barrel with Your Next Whiskey Cocktail

Quite literally the entire barrel.<p>There is nothing hotter in the whiskey world at the moment than barrel-proof offerings. That means liquid that comes straight from a well-aged barrel, isn't cut by any water, and generally isn't even filtered before bottling. These bourbons and ryes are of a higher …

Powerplant Youth - Photographs and text by Daniel Seiffert | LensCulture

<i>Daniel Seiffert is one of the 50 best emerging photographers for 2015, as voted by the eight-member international jury for the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2015. Here is his winning entry and artist’s statement. View his profile to learn more about him and to see more of his great work.</i><p>Das …

Sleepless Nights in Paris' Red Light District

Belinda, 1967<br>Christer Strömholm—Agence VU—Aurora Photos<p>1 of 21<p>In 1959, Swedish-born photographer Christer Strömholm moved to the Parisian …