Benjamin Gibson

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How to Make Your Photos Pop With Punchier Colors in Photoshop CC

With Adobe’s fairly new pricing regime, Photoshop CC is now within the reach of many enthusiast photographers who might have balked at the idea of …

National Park Coastlines

See photos of U.S. national park coastlines (including Acadia, Hawaii Volcanoes, Channel Islands, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

National Parks

Stanley Kubrick - a picture from the past

Stanley Kubrick was born on 26 July 1928 in the Bronx, USA. He directed his first film, Fear and Desire, in 1953 and went on to direct cult films such as Spartacus, Dr Strangelove, Lolita and The Shining. Kubrick died of a heart attack in 1999 at his home in St Albans, England

Haunting Series Documents Painful Reminders of the First World War

<i>Soldier’s grave Champagne: This helmet atop a wooden cross marking the the battlefield grave of a French</i> poilu <i>Edouard Ivaldi is the last such marker</i> …

Photographing The Shenandoah National Forest

It's taken me a few months to get over not being in Hawaii, but having spent that time in in the Shenandoah Valley, I'm coming around to truly …

Hiking

Fascinating Photos Inside China’s Toy Factories by Michael Wolf

Covering gallery walls with over 20,000 castaway toys, German photographer Michael Wolf thrusts visitors into the heart of consumerism with his …

Photographer Memorializes Her Grandfather Through Objects He Left Behind

<i>Luggage.</i><p>“These photographs function simultaneously as an acknowledgement to the ephemeral nature of life and as an indulgence in man’s unwillingness …

Night visions: Darren Almond's full-moon landscapes

Taken over the course of half an hour at night, Darren Almond's images expose what happens when 'you give the landscape longer to express itself'<p>At least two guiding spirits hover around To Leave a Light Impression, the new show by British artist Darren Almond at White Cube, Bermondsey. The most …

Lost your Photo Mojo? Ten Tips to Bring Back the Magic

Digital Photography

Polaroid's tiny HD action cam is style and substance

<b>Polaroid has unveiled three new action cameras at CES, including an adorable 35-millimetre mountable cube that embodies the spirit of the brand's</b> …

Gear & Gadgets

Getting Started with Nightscapes

Winter is the perfect time to practice nighttime photography. I took advantage of the long nights during my Christmas holiday to make some …

Striking High Contrast Black and White Images of Waterfalls

Pictures of waterfalls by acclaimed photographer Massimo Margagnoni are shot in dramatic black and white. In stark monochromatic the falls take on a …

Captain Scott's hut - a picture from the past

Sleeping quarters in the hut at Cape Evans, Antarctica. Apsley Cherry-Garrard, standing on the left and whose birthday it is today, wrote 'As Antarctic huts go, it was as palatial as is the Ritz, as hotels go' in his book The Worst Journey in the World

Photographer Timelapses Winter Storm Moving Through the Canadian Rockies

When Richard Gottardo set out to photograph fog in the Rocky Mountains via Jasper National Park, he expected something glorious, but the heavy, …

100-Year-Old Box of Negatives Discovered by Conservators in Antarctica

Almost one hundred years after a group of explorers set out across the frozen landscape of Antarctica to set up supply depots for famed explorer Sir …

Wounded Knee - a picture from the past

On 29 December 1890, at Wounded Knee creek on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, the US 7th Cavalry Regiment surrounded the Lakota Sioux encampment and, after a small scuffle, opened fire with four Hotchkiss guns. At least 150 men women and children were massacred, many who were …