Grant Blankenship

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Art Photography vs. News Photography: Politico, Race and the "Other Washington"

Last week, a story in the art section of The Financial Times, “The Art of Photojournalism,” generated discussion in the photo sphere for discussing …

Bike Magazine Launches New Bible of Bike Tests Mini Site

All the 'Roundtable Reels' videos and written reviews at your fingertips<p>Looking for reviews of the most promising mountain bikes for the 2014 season?</i> …

I had the bacteria in my gut analysed. And this may be the future of medicine

Andrew Anthony sent his stool off to have its bacteria sequenced. In the future, such techniques could help assess our susceptibility to conditions from diabetes, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's to autism, depression and cancer<p>We are all familiar with "gut feelings", "gut reactions" and "gut …

Best dSLR Cameras for Beginners in 2018

$804.00 at Becextech Australia<p>See it<p>CNET's Rating<p>8 Design<br>• 8 Features<br>• 8 Performance<br>• 7 Image qual.<p>The Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D continues the line's …

Cycling Photography Techniques

F-stop pro photographer Jeff Curtes is no stranger to the outdoors. Skiing, snowboarding, cycling, Curtes loves the world of outdoor sports and he …

Pentax K-3 (Body Only): pros and cons, how-to, news and more - CNET

Pentax K-3: And now for something completely different (hands-on)<p>Lori Grunin October 7, 2013<p>For its latest top-of-the-line dSLR, the K-3, Pentax …

The Blue Mitchell Mixtape

Blue Mitchell<br>photograph by Scott Henjum<p>I’ve always viewed these projects as a marketing catalyst for photographers. I also feel the work I publish …

D-CAN: A futuristic cylindrical camera

October 10, 2013 /Photography News/ Why do our cameras all resemble a box with a lens on the front? The answer is film.<p>Due to digital technology, …

Sport picture of the day: frozen under floodlights

Floodlights peer down through heavy smog at Ganbold Jansandorj of Mongolia, as he springs into action in this otherwise static image

The miniature world of red forest ants - in pictures

Russian photographer Andrey Pavlov has created miniature worlds in his garden in Moscow, and photographed the cleverly crafted scenes using real-life ants

Photographer Breathes New Life Into His Old Negatives by Nearly Destroying Them

Purposely distressing and destroying negatives was never a part of photographer Rohn Meijer‘s plans, but when he discovered a box of old negatives in …

Sebastian Junger: 'I got out of war when Tim Hetherington died'

Photographer Tim Hetherington understood that conflict was not all about dramatic moments. His friend and collaborator Sebastian Junger talks about the new documentary film, Which Way Is the Front Line From Here<p>• Which Way Is the Front Line from Here? – review • Tim Hetherington obituary<p>Early on in …

The Bronx Riviera: life at the 'hood beach' – in pictures

The image of New York's Bronx has largely been defined by the urban blight of the late 1960s-80s, when arson, drug addiction and social neglect decimated many of its neighbourhoods. Wayne Lawrence began taking portraits of summer regulars on the Bronx's only beach, known as a 'hood beach', in 2005, …

AP classes failing students

Taxpayers have spent hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years to nudge more students into Advanced Placement classes — but a close look at test scores suggests much of the investment has been wasted.<p>Expanding participation in AP classes has been a bipartisan goal, promoted by U.S. Education …