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Photo highlights of the day

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world including scenes from the streets of Ferguson, Ukraine and a very hungry shark

The Pros and Cons of Using Vintage Lenses Today

It's a fact that many of today's photographers have used a vintage lens at some point in time. Not only is it a cheap alternative to a modern lens, …

Shooting skinheads: Derek Ridgers captures a cult – in pictures

Derek Ridgers – who has taken pictures of everyone from James Brown to Clint Eastwood – spent five years photographing skinheads in Britain between 1979 and 1984, documenting the controversial youth cult of the early Thatcher years. Here are some of the striking images from his new book Skinheads, …

Skinheads: a photogenic, extremist corner of British youth culture

If you are old enough to remember London in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Derek Ridgers' new book Skinheads 1979-1984 is a reminder of the latent aggression that defined youth culture in the capital, and sometimes made the journey home by night bus and tube train a risky business.<p>On the street, …

Come Again When You Can't Stay So Long

$35.00 USD<p><b>Shipping</b> $5.00 Domestic $20.00 International<p><i>Come Again When You Can't Stay So Long</i> comes with a DVD of <i>Manhattan, Kansas</i> (Carnivalesque …

US Copyright Office: We Can’t Register a Monkey Selfie… Or One Taken by a God

In its updated 1,222-page “Compendium of U.S. Copyright Office Practices, Third Edition” released yesterday, the US Copyright Office took the side of …

James Foley Executed by ISIS - #ILovePhoto Ep 29

This week we discuss the killing of photojournalist James Foley and the controversy over his execution images, more incredible photography from the …

Photojournalist’s Helmet Cam Takes You Behind the Scenes in Ferguson as Police Tear Gas Protesters

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Premier League: Everton v Arsenal – in pictures

The best images from from Goodison Park where Arséne Wenger’s team have it all to play for against a strong Everton team

Powerful Photo Series Documents the Final Generation of Foot Binding in China

For <i>Living History</i>, photographer Jo Farrell paints a stark yet complex portrait of China’s now-illegal practice of foot binding. Fueled by her desire …

Photo highlights of the day

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world including a rainy bank holiday, and wandering Elk, Miley at the VMA awards and Nick Clegg turning chef for the day

Night and Day Blend Together in Beautiful Time-Slice Photos of Iconic Buildings from Around the World

Richard Silver is a name that’s popped up before here on PetaPixel. Just over a year ago we shared his ‘time-slice’ photo collages that blended …

By the Silent Line: Photographer Pierre Folk Spent Years Documenting a Vanishing 160-Year-Old Parisian Railway | Colossal

<p>The <i>Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture</i> (French for “little belt railway”) was a 32 km railway that encircled Paris, connecting all the major railway …

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Captivating Portraits of Namibia’s Fashionable Herero Tribe

We recently spoke to London-based photographer Jim Naughten about his stunning portrait series of the Herero tribe members of Namibia.<p><b>How did this</b> …

China: The Human Price of Pollution - Photographs and text by Souvid Datta | LensCulture

Every year, China’s pollution causes an estimated 3.5 million deaths.<p>January saw a fetid smog trap Beijing under pollutants from the region’s 200 coal-fired power plants where concentration levels hit 40 times what the World Health Organization deems safe. Outside China’s urban areas, disease rates …

Please Don’t Be the One to Get Drones Banned

Photography drones are facing a perilous atmosphere of distrust and legal chaos. In these circumstances, even small mistakes can have big …

Fly Past Neptune’s Moon Triton in this Video Made from Real Pictures Shot by Voyager 2 in 1989

25 years and two days ago today, NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft passed right over Neptune’s largest moon Triton. It’s the only spacecraft to have ever …

Chris Steele-Perkins' best shot: a reggae club in Wolverhampton, 10 years after the Rivers of Blood speech

Wolverhampton in the 1970s was a grey place, rather flat, dull and uninspiring, but there were little islands of energy – like this church youth club. I went there one evening in 1978, to find hardcore reggae playing. The place was packed out: you had to squeeze through the gaps where you could. …

Photo highlights of the day

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world including military drills, ancient Buzkashi, elephant polo in Thailand, and a rare black tiger

Pictures of the Week 8.28.14

Palestinian Photographers Turn Their Lenses on Israel’s Separation Wall

Last November, the United Nations decreed 2014 to be the Year of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, meant to bring peace and greater …

Photographer Gives Us an Inside Look at Meghalaya, India, ‘The Wettest Place On Earth’

New Zealand-based photographer Amos Chapple is a name you might recognize from his intimate look inside Iran that we shared just over a year ago. …

Photo du Jour: The Hand of God

Swimming out into the water with a waterproof camera in hand, Greek photographer Costas Masseras captures the country’s islands in miniature, the …