Jan Lipina

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gimmie shelter: photographing the other 1960s

Nick Hedges' powerful images captured the housing crisis that gripped Britain in the 60s. As his work goes on show to commemorate homeless charity Shelter's 50th birthday, we meet the photographer.<p>Last week the V&A unveiled its annual autumn blockbuster in the shape of <i>You Say You Want a Revolution?</i> …

Vietnam War

Revival of the little mesters: a Sheffield pocket knife maker – in pictures

Cutler Michael May, who makes pocket knives from his workshop in the city, is helping to lead a 21st-century revival of the craft. Thousands of ‘little mesters’ once made small tools and cutlery across Sheffield but the skills have almost disappeared in recent years

Woodworking

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Mocha AE Planar Tracker for Absolute Beginners

Former Hurricane Doreen closes Interstate 8

<i>Aug. 17, 1977: Interstate 8 is littered with rocks and other debris near Ocotillo, Calif., after heavy rain from the remnants of Hurricane Doreen.</i><p>Staff photographer Michael Mally covered the storm damage in the Imperial Valley. The first three photos in the above gallery appeared in the Aug. 18, …

Weather

31 vintage photos show what New York City looked like in the early 1940s

His archive has been donated to and maintained by Cushman's alma mater, Indiana University, which has given us permission to publish his gallery of New York City photos taken in 1941 and 1942.<p>These images give a glimpse into what everyday life in Chinatown, the Financial District, and Midtown was …

Patrick Joust Photography

Eyes on Baltimore, MD based photographer Patrick Joust.Born in 1978 in Oroville, CA, Patrick Joust is a self-taught photographer who currently lives …

Photography

Fumi Nagasaka captures the fleeting purity of youth

As part of an ongoing personal project to photograph the essence of youth and seek out “pureness, originality, natural beauty (and) personality”, photographer, casting director, and regular Dazed contributor Fumi Nagasaka has now produced a photo book of her work.<p>Nagasaka’s previous work follows an …

Natural Beauty

archatlas: The Dying Art of Darkroom Printing The comparison images above show photographer Dennis Stock’s iconic portrait of James Dean in Times Square. The test print on top shows all the work Inirio put into making the final photo look the way it does. The lines and circles you see reveal Inirio’s strategies for dodging and burning the image under the enlarger, with numbers scattered throughout the image to note different exposure times. Sarah Coleman of The Literate Lens wonders whether the magic of seeing this process will carry over at all into our new digital age: Over the last fifteen years, almost every photographer I’ve interviewed has waxed poetic about that “magical” experience of seeing an image develop in chemicals for the first time. You have to wonder whether today’s young photographers will rhapsodize as much about the first time they color-calibrated their monitors. Images and text via + via (via archatlas)

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The Unbearable, the Sadness and the Rest

<b>Clementine Schneidermann's photographs of Abertillery, Blaenau Gwent, have won her this year's Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award.</b><p>Schneidermann moved to the Welsh town, having completed her photographic studies at the University of South Wales, in Newport.<p>Her resulting project, The Unbearable, the …

Photography

How Exposure Affects Film Photos

One of the things about film photography is that exposure on film, unlike in digital photography, is not equivalent at all to overall brightness of …

America, The Beautiful - Photographs by David Graham | LensCulture

What is it about the American landscape that has captivated photographers for so many decades? From Robert Frank’s still seminal road trips across the country, to the countless efforts that have followed (and, of course, preceded his work), there is something about the breadth, width and intensity …

Built Environment

Figma challenges Adobe by trying to be the Google Docs of design

Adobe pretty much dominates the design world, but today a company called Figma is looking to take the giant on in much the same way Google Docs took on Microsoft Office: by focusing on online collaboration.<p>Figma has been in beta for a while, but today opens up to everyone. It’s aimed specifically …

Tutorial: Client Collaboration and Review With Frame.io and Wipster

Here we demonstrate Frame.io and Wipster, two new services that enable client review of video projects in progress through direct integration with …

Microcontroller