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Haunting photographs of abandoned icons of the American dream

A pink 1950s Edsel collects rust and dust in the backyard of an abandoned home, a dilapidated service station sits along a barren stretch of highway, …

Japanese Street Photography from 108 Years Ago

Some extraordinary photos of early 20th century Japan have recently emerged from the catacombs of Washington’s Library of Congress.<p>Taken over a …

Street Photography

Red String, by Yoshikatsu Fujii

My family will probably never be all together again. But I feel without a doubt that there is proof inside of each of us that we once lived …

Train Full Of Emotions Is a Series of Telling Portraits Shot on a Train

<i>All images by Skander Khlif. Used with Creative Commons License.</i><p>Choice of location for street photography shooting is extremely important, and …

I Am Adding Cartoons To Pictures, Because I Am Tired Of My Street Photography

I’ve been making street and travel pictures since 2009, always trying to find a style to express my moods and feelings while walking down the street. …

There is Never a Perfect Time | Eric Kim

There is never a perfect time for you to take action. There is never a perfect time for you to workout, to photograph, to spend time with your …

Meet the Genius Street Photographer You've Never Heard Of

Untitled<br>Charalampos Kydonakis<p>1 of 23<p>I had a great uncle Frank “Yaki” Yakimovich whom I met only once at a family reunion in 1982. He was what you …

How to Take Your Photography to the Next Level | Eric Kim

I feel that it is important to have a sense of gratitude with the work that we’ve done. However if you really want to take your photography to the …

London, Paris, New York: a tale of three mid-century cities – in pictures

Uniting three major 20th-century photographers – Wolfgang Suschitzky, Dorothy Bohm and Neil Libbert – a new exhibition presents the beauty, streetlife and social contradictions of three world capitals from the 1930s to the 1960s

Paris

3D-Printed Trails for Nostalgic Hikers

It is now possible to bring back souvenirs we wouldn’t have imagined a few years ago. The project called Nice Trails – 3D-Printed mountains just gave …

Hiking

Chuckanut 50K Cheat Sheet

Beware: the Chuckanut 50K is the ultimate gateway drug to an ultrarunning addiction. Just ask 2015 Ultrarunner of the Year David Laney, who lost his ultra virginity at Chuckanut in 2013. Or Krissy Moehl, who ran it as her first ultra in 2000, then went on to set course records at the world’s most …

Badwater 135: What the Hype is all About

Badwater 135, touted "the world's toughest foot race," covering 135 miles (217km) non-stop from Badwater Basin, 280 feet below sea level, to Mount Whitney portal, at an elevation of 8,360, in the 120-degree heat of mid-July, was the first ultra-marathon event that I ever read about, thanks to Dean …

33rd Transcavallo: Kilian Jornet and Laetitia Roux win Individual Race

Kilian Jornet and Laetitia Roux earned precious points on Friday 19 Febraury 2016 at the fourth 2016 ISMF Ski Mountaineering World Cup event, the …

Road Cycling

Three things I learned after running my first marathon.

It was mid-October 2015. I was going through a divorce. My friend Qasim called while I moved into my new room in Queens, New York. Here’s the phone …

Marathons

Dave Lawrence: Documenting Decline in Jackson, Michigan

<i>All images by Dave Lawrence. Used with permission.</i><p>“To me, photography is an excuse for adventure. I explore abandoned buildings, both in urban and …

Saul Leiter: The photographer who saw world in color - CNN Style

Saul Leiter (1923-2013) was an American photographer best known for his pioneering role in the use of color photography.<p>He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to an Orthodox Jewish family. Leiter was given his first camera at around 11 years old by his mother. He would later abandoned his …

Obama designates new national monuments in the California desert

President Obama has set aside more of America’s lands and waters for conservation protection than any of his predecessors, and he is preparing to do even more before he leaves office next year. The result may be one of the most expansive environmental and historic-preservation legacies in …

A First Look: Holy Cow Batman, It’s the X-PRO 2!!!! Sockem! POW! WHAM! | Bill Fortney

By now you have read reams of reports, reviews and tests on the new Fuji X-PRO 2. There is little sense in my duplicating all of that, so I will …

London rising: illicit photographs from the city's heights – in pictures

A new book of urban photography explores the glass and steel spires, brutal blocks and latticed ironwork that make up the vertical city: from iconic disused gasholders and power stations to sleek and exclusive corporate developments usually only accessible by the urban elite

Skyscrapers

How Martín Del Valle Takes Great Urban iPhone Photos

I’m really pleased to share this interview with Martín Del Valle, an Argentinian iPhone photographer who shoots fantastic photos in urban …

Galen Rupp to make marathon debut at U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials

Olympic silver medalist Galen Rupp will run the Olympic Trials Marathon and make his debut over 26.2 miles on Feb. 14 in Los Angeles, USA Track and …

Street Photography: A Refreshing Approach

The fear of photographing strangers can be a powerful deterrent to pursuing a dream in street photography. To make matters worse a recent spate of …

Street Photography

The PEN-F reviews and hands-on so far: Made for designers or the perfect street photography camera?

<b> <br>PEN-F Preorder links:</b> <i> <br>Silver PEN-F in USA/Canada at Bhphoto, Amazon, Adorama, GetOlympus, GetOlympus Canada.</i> <i> <br>Black PEN-F in USA/Canada at Bhphoto,</i> …

Martin Parr: 'If I knew how to take a great photo, I’d stop’

Martin Parr has turned his unerring eye for the quirks of British life on a new subject. He tells Alastair Sooke what drives him<p>"I’m a nosy person,” says Martin Parr, examining his deadpan portrait of a Yorkshire farmhand clutching a bundle of rhubarb. “There’s no better way of finding out about …

13 Vintage Paris Photos That Will Make You Wish for a Time Machine

Ahhhhh, please take us back.<p>Paris, France, has more than a few nicknames. You may know it as the City of Love. It's official nickname is the City of Light because of its role in the Age of Enlightenment. (Though some say it's also because Paris was the first European city to be lit by gas lamps.) …

France

Behold the Unearthly Beauty of the Carpathian Pony

Seven years ago, in the village tiny of Dzembronia in the Carpathian Mountains, Ukrainian photographer Yurko Dyachyshyn laid himself down amongst the …

Steve Schapiro, Then and Now: Rare Images from a Photography Legend

Barbra Streisand, Los Angeles, 1972 "Barbra Streisand has an amazing sense of what is right for her career. One of the s<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Steve Schapiro<p>1 …

Can Galen Rupp Pull Off a 10,000m and Marathon Double in Rio?

A few months after Mo Farah won Olympic gold in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at the 2012 Games, his coach, Alberto Salazar, suggested that Great Britain’s star runner might attempt an even more ambitious feat in Rio 2016."My guess is that he will do a 10/marathon double," Salazar told the BBC in …

The Greenpeace fleet taking the helm of all campaigns

Part 1<p>Documentary<p>For the last forty years, the fleet has been at the helm of all campaigns. This documentary shows hitherto unpublished images from …