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1950s Hong Kong Captured In Street Photography By Fan Ho

Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the 1950s and 60s taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His …

Hong Kong

New: Night Photography Course

Now available today, a start-to-finish online course for mastering dynamic photography at night. So often, scenes that look nondescript and boring …

How Not to Give a Fuck of What Others Think of You

Dear friend,<p>I want to write you a letter on <i>not</i> giving a fuck of what others think of you:<p>You were born for greatness<p>First of all, why do you care …

Motivation

10 Ways to Make the Most of Your New Camera

<i>Photographs are an important part of the travel experience and, with so many budding photographers in this community, I wanted to create a</i> …

Devotees of Fading Forms of Photography Are Keeping Traditions Alive Across Dallas

Puckett grew up in Hooks, Texas, a dot on a map near Texarkana. As a boy he liked to build things and then take them apart. After high school he …

20 of the Best Landscape Photographers You Need To Check Out Today

Landscape photography is a wonderful art, but also extremely difficult. Instead of working with models or objects that you can manipulate and move …

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world, including Republic Day rehearsals, Lunar New Year preparations and milk crisis protests

Photos

Inspirational Monday: Photographing Pairs in Nature

It’s the start of another week, and I’m back with a list of photos to inspire your photographic pursuits.This go-round, I have 17 incredible wildlife …

Best Urban Photos / London Photography

Light Painting

Pictures of the week: What I Be, by Steve Rosenfield

Each week, the Guardian Weekend magazine's editorial team choose a picture, or set of pictures, that particularly tickle their fancy. This week, their choice is Steve Rosenfield's What I Be project, which encourages its subjects to reveal their deepest insecurities

An Interview with Richard Tuschman, the Photographer Behind ‘Hopper Meditations’

Richard Tuschman began experimenting with digital imaging in the early 1990’s, developing a style that synthesized his interests in photography, …

No Paris? No Problem! Using a Backdrop and Shallow DOF to Fake a Location Shoot

The photograph above seems fairly straight forward: pretty model photographed in Paris with the Eiffel Tower in the background. But that’s not …

Intriguing Photo Series of a Woman Backlit Behind a White Screen

One would be reminded of Victorian era advertisements upon seeing the beautiful photos in the series called Be a Woman. In the collection, …

Leica Brazil Lets Interested Customers Buy the Leica C Directly Through Instagram

The popularity of Instagram as a place where you can buy or sell goods (both legal and otherwise) is well-established, but we were still surprised to …

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 …

Eye Mirror Lens Add-On Adds a 360-Degree View to the Camera You Already Have

Throwable camera balls and their ilk might be all shiny and cool, but what if you want to grab high-quality 360-degree images with the camera you …

Photographer Who Captured Obama Selfie Moment Now ‘Ashamed of Mankind’

Last week’s memorial for Nelson Mandela had more than its share of media moments, from the fake sign language interpreter to the handshake heard …

Collection of Reflective Photographs of Copenhagen, Denmark

In this day and age of Photoshopped images everywhere, it is refreshing to see photographs that look like they were created in camera. Pictures such …

42 Great Photos and Photography Links from the Last 7 Days

As another terrific week in the world of photography passes us by, Toad Hollow Photography has been focused on finding links to the best tutorials, …

10 Huge Factors That Affect Image Sharpness

It’s not stretching the truth much – if at all – to say that creative people are die-hard perfectionists when it comes to their work. It doesn’t …

Be Shallow - A Guide to Wide Aperture Photography

One of the many things that often differentiates a photographer from a snap shooter is the use of depth of field. Shallow depth of field is one of …

12 Cheap Gifts For Photographers (Plus 12 Expensive Ones)

Buying gifts for photographers can be tough, but it doesn't need to be expensive and if you're unsure of what to buy then our list is going to make …

5 Masters At the Art of Macro Photography Whose Work You Will Want to Follow

Macro photography seems to pique the interest of most people, even non-photographers. We can’t help but be curious about the microscopic features of …

A Brief Guide to Color Management for Photographers

Digital photography was supposed to be simple. We take a photo, upload it to our computer, share it with friends and print it on our inkjet printer. …

Grab a Coffee & Settle In - 33 Great Photography Links

The world of photography has been buzzing all week with great photographers and artists posting their work for the world to enjoy. Toad Hollow …

Landscape Photography

How to Calculate and Use Hyperfocal Distance for Better Landscape Photography

Hyperfocal distance, much like the “Sunny 16 Rule,” is one of those things that has arguably lost some relevance in the age of digital photography; …

The Secrets to Using Bounced Light to Make Your Photos Pop

In the pursuit of photography, light is everything. But, sometimes we're put into situations where the available light isn't very good, or it isn't …

Shutter Speed

Food Photography Tips and Techniques

The rise of minimalist cooking is changing the art of food photography. The following is a look at some of the techniques adopted by photographers to …