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Spread the news—here are six mouthwatering twists on one of cycling's most traditional, revered, and effective energy foods: the mighty PB&J<p>The kind of cyclist who packs one is the sort who, suffering a puncture, is as apt to fix the flat in two minutes as he is to sprawl in the grass for a spell …

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How to Remove Fence Lines: PHOTOSHOP TUTORIAL #49

Hang Camera Strap . Classic

What we're made of<p>Our leathergoods, clothing and footwear are all made in Italy from locally sourced Italian and European materials. We’ve spent the …

Jane Bown: turning the lens on Britain's shyest photographer

She's always preferred being behind the camera, but from her childhood passed around a circle of aunts to her time as a Wren in the second world war, Jane Bown had a story to tell – and it took her friend and assistant Luke Dodd to persuade her to tell it<p>Jane Bown's increased frailty towards the …

Photographer’s Best Friend: Google Reverse Image Search

It’s all diff’rent strokes for diff’rent folks when it comes to image usage and propagation online: while some photographers are happy to have their …

Tutorial Explains How to Sharpen Images Contextually

When it comes to sharpening an image, more than likely, your technique involves using a certain method over the entire image all at once. However, …

Manhattan, 1918 - a picture from the past

One of New York City's many high-rise buildings provided the ideal vantage point for the commercial photography company, Kadel and Herbert, to take this elevated view of the busy intersection of 5th Avenue and 42nd Street

Nat Geo Photo Editor On Listening to Your Inner Voice and Putting the Photo First

If you’ve ever dreamed of being published in <i>National Geographic</i> — and let’s be honest, a good number of us have fantasized about that career path — …

Robert Adams: the photographer who roved the prairies for 45 years

For decades, Adams has been capturing the heartland of the US, its prairies, skies and rivers, its creeping suburbs and its shopping malls. A retrospective in Paris brings his best work together<p>• American Beauty: Robert Adams's The Place We Live – in pictures<p>"In common with many photographers," …

Getting the Clients You Want: Advice from Adventure Photographer Alexandre Buisse

Commercial mountain photographer Alexandre Buisse is a natural adventurer. When it comes to rock climbing or going for his major dream client with a …

Danny Lyon: The Seventh Dog

Photographer Makes Statement in Minimal Photo Series 'Less is More'

Artist Zoltan Bekefy is quite into landscape and fine art photography. He is extremely passionate about the monochromatic medium and minimalism, …

The Shortest, Most Insightful Interview Of A Photographer I’ve Ever Seen

“There was a sniper, he was trying to kill me, and he hit my camera which was by my face, and I still have that Nikon camera with a bullet hole in …

29 Amazing Historical Photos Seen in Color

It’s almost like time-travel. Photos from the past have the ability to offer a glimpse of what life was like in another time, another place. …

Fat vs. Sugar: Which Do We Crave More?

Scientists scan the brain for clues to obesity.<p><b>In the drama of obesity in America, fat and sugar have been fingered as indisputable villains. But which prime suspect is more sinister?</b><p>Eric Stice, a senior researcher at the Oregon Research Institute, and his colleagues fed milkshakes to 106 high …

Xmas 2013 picks

Here’s one to get you into the spirit of Christmas: either treat yourself, treat a very good friend, or better yet, get somebody to treat you*. This …

And The Winner Is: The Humped Bladderwort

We get a lot of press releases about photo contests, but this winning image from the Olympus BioScapes Imaging Competition (which I didn't even know existed) stood out for a few reasons:<p>1. The image itself is really neat.<p>2. What's actually happening in the image is also neat: Apparently this is …

Photog Using the Power of Photography to Help Stop Exploitation & War in Congo

We hope you never get sick of hearing about stories that show the true power of photography to affect change, because I doubt we’ll ever get sick of …

The best independent photobooks of 2013

From people snapped snorting cocaine in cars to abandoned fireworks in the former Tory HQ, it's been a vintage year for limited-edition artists' books. Here is the pick of the bunch<p>The photobook is still how most people absorb photography, and as the thriving book markets at Unseen Amsterdam and …

The truth about Russia's Winter Olympics city – it's subtropical!

With The Sochi Project, Rob Hornstra and Arnold van Bruggen give a startling portrait of a troubled place that never gets cold. And they've just been banned from Russia because of it<p>• Kalashnikovs and striptease: inside the real Russia<p>"I have been working in Russia since 2003 and I love the …

Last Camera: A DIY 35mm Camera You Put Together, Lenses and Light Leaks Included

If you’re shopping for a young person who’d benefit from learning a little more about the principles of photography, you may want to consider the …

Lightroom Tips for the Develop Module the Magic Alt Key

Lightroom Tips for the Develop Module - using the Alt (Option) key to get valuable feedback to help you process your images in Lightroom.

5 best top-end DSLRs 2015

DSLRs remain the camera of choice for most semi-pro and pro photographers, even though some are now turning to high-end compact system cameras such …

Photography books of the year – review

Retrospectives by Sergio Larrain and Garry Winogrand contrasted with bold modern takes on London's streets<p>• See Rachel Cooke's graphic books of the year here<p>In a year when self-publishing continued to thrive and a host of small independent companies reinvented the photobook as an art object in …

Hands-on Photo Tip: Non-destructive Editing in Photoshop

In this Hands-on Photo Tip, I will show you the basics of non-destructive editing. If you want to be flexible in your photo editing workflow, and if …

Profoto Announces New Deep and Shallow Umbrellas, 12 of Them

The company that brought us the first monolight with built in TTL is today announcing new umbrellas. First off, there are 12 new umbrellas and …