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Sebastião Salgado’s Advice For Young Photographers Today

Last weekend at Photo London I had the chance to attend a lecture with Sebastião Salgado. Leo Johnson interviewed the 71-year old photographer about …

Nikon's new mirrorless camera is the company's most appealing yet

The easiest 1 series camera to imagine people buying<p>Nikon has announced the J5, the latest entry in its idiosyncratic 1 series of mirrorless cameras. And, from the looks of things, it might be the most broadly appealing offering in the line to date — Nikon has added some sensible features and …

Amsterdam museum authenticates Van Gogh’s long-lost ‘Sunset at Montmajour’ | DW | 09.09.2013

Experts dated the first full-size canvas by the master discovered since 1928, to the exact day Van Gogh painted it because the artist described it in …

Britain to privatise Royal Mail amid union protests | DW | 12.09.2013

Under long-delayed plans to privatize Royal Mail, 41 percent of the shares in Britain's state-owned postal service would be sold to the public, while …

A Perfectly Balanced Table Made of Steel

UK designer Paul Cocksedge doesn’t mess around. He’s so confident in the strength and design of his Poised Table that he doesn’t mind standing on its …

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Artist Creatively Re-Imagines Iconic Paintings

Cuban-American painter Cesar Santos recreates iconic paintings with a contemporary twist for his series known as <i>Syncretism</i>. His intriguing works simultaneously pay homage, merge, and play with Renaissance art and Modernism. Santos' collection of paintings tackle the famous works of some renowned …

Pictures: Jaguar Kills Caiman in "Spectacular" Attack

New pictures show a jaguar stalking and killing a caiman in Brazil, an experience the photographer called "spectacular and horrific."

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