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CatLabs Unveils a Universal Instant Pack Film Holder For 4×5 Cameras

If you’ve been waiting for the chance to convert your 4×5 large format camera into something that can produce instant results, then you are in luck. …

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Fireside SmartFrame is an Intelligent Digital Picture Frame That Shows You Pics You Want to See

Digital picture frames seemed like a brilliant idea about six or seven years ago. But the low-res screens, clunky interfaces and lack of any sort of …

HP’s New Sprout Computer Could Transform the Way We Interact with Photos

HP has announced a futuristic new personal computer called Sprout that hopes to transform the way we interact with our computers. The system consists …

VSCO Launches Film 06: Emulate the Look of Pushed, Pulled, and Cross Processed Film

VSCO has announced the sixth film emulation pack for its VSCO Film lineup. Called VSCO Film 06, the new set is dubbed the Alternative Process …

A Quick Guide to Light Metering for Photographers

With modern DSLR’s, we often take exposure metering for granted, knowing that our camera will nail the exposure 99% of the time. Many DSLR’s have …

Photos: Exploring Florence, Italy From a Different Angle

Photographer Pari Dukovic captures the beauty of Florence landmarks like Michelangelo's David, Cappella dei Principi, and the Ponte Vecchio in such a way that makes you reconsider the popular destination—recently voted the world's no. 1 city by Condé Nast Traveler readers—through a new lens.

Photographer Visits Real Life Haunted Houses Across America

For his book <i>13: An American Horror Story</i>, photographer Seph Lawless visited a number of real life “haunted houses” across the United States. The …

Watch 4 Sisters Transform in 40 Years of 40 Portraits

The Brown sisters's family portraits will be showcased in a new exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art.<p>During the summer of 1975, the Brown sisters started a family tradition that would last forty years, resulting in a published book and an exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art this November. …

Greg Heisler Talks Photography as a Career and Having ‘True’ Style in Brilliant Interview

As much information as we’re able to pull in through the Internet, there is one thing that can never be obtained through words or pictures on a …

Photographer Looks to Retrace the Footsteps of Robert Frank in ‘The Americans’

Similar in nature to the tribute Peter Essick paid to Ansel Adams, photographer Trenton Moore is on a mission to quite literally retrace the …

Developing Colour Film with the C41 Process

Video: A Comprehensive Guide to Developing Your Own Color Film

If you’ve ever been interested in developing your own film, but don’t know where to get started, this comprehensive video by YouTube user …

From Static to Dynamic: Creating Photographs with Impact

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Painted Yellow Dresses by Barry Stone

Gardar Eide Einarsson at Bergen Kunsthall (Contemporary Art Daily)

Gardar Eide Einarsson is this year’s Festival Artist. Since Einarsson last exhibited at Bergen Kunsthall alongside Matias Faldbakken in 2004, he has …

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Haring’s Rice Bowls

Keith Haring created these two rice bowls in Tokyo for the opening of his Tokyo-based Pop Shop, which was open for only one year in 1987. Haring writes about the creation process at length in his journal on October 27, 1987: <i>“Some I did with figurative patterns that made the rice bowls look more African or Indian than Japanese, and some I did with real simple fish paintings. The more I painted, the more ‘into it’ I got, the less I wanted to leave…”</i>

Garry Winogrand's Beautiful Women

Girls Girls Girls<p>Street photographer Garry Winogrand's fascination with women is put on display in a new exhibit entitled Winogrand's Women Are …

#Hashtags: Photographing the Invisible: LaToya Ruby Frazier at Brooklyn Museum

#visibility #labor #institutions #class #race #access<p>Photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier makes her New York solo debut with <i>A Haunted Capital</i>, a tightly …

1913 | "Mlle Pogany" by Constantin Brancusi

82nd & Fifth: "Stubborn" by Sinéad Vilbar

Sneak Peek of The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years

Mark your calendars! In what promises to be one of those fantastic photo exhibitions you won't want to miss, Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles will soon present <i>The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years</i>. Celebrating the iconic publication's 125 year anniversary, the …