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The Secrets To Taking Awesome Dog Portraits

Here at HQ, we have a special spot in our hearts for dogs. So when we stumbled upon Elke Vogelsang‘s dog portraits, we were instantly smitten. Her …

Photographer Captures Adorable Photos of Kids Against the Spirit of the American Midwest

Children have always been one of the most popular subjects that captivate both photographers and viewers. Jake Olson is particularly good at …


Eye-Opening Images of the 2010 Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico

Many of you will still remember the news as it unfolded on live TV, as we all watched one of the worst oil spill disasters worsen each day. It was …


Photo highlights of the day

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world

How to Create Magical Framed Portraits

I have shot implicit nude before, and one of the things that I find to be hard on this type of shoot is how to hide the parts that you do not want to …

D800s Rumored Specs Hit The Web, Release Expected Late this Year

The Nikon D800 is rumored to be getting a refresh later in the year, the D800s. As with most Nikon “s” cameras, the improvements are just that – …

Sport picture of the day: blurred tackle

The sense of motion is brilliantly conveyed in this shot from the Copa Libertadores match between Paraguay and Argentina. If you look carefully, you can also see the heavy rain that plagued the match in the form of the diagonal lines that dart across the frame

Readers who made the news: winners celebrate at GuardianWitness awards

After months of shortlisting and judging tens of thousands of your contributions, last night we announced the winners of the first ever GuardianWitness Awards. The ceremony took place in central London and was hosted by comedian and writer David Mitchell. And what a night it was! We were delighted …

Drone-Aided Long Exposure Shots Yield Mouthwatering Light Graffiti

Do LEDs still count as wearables if they're strapped onto machines?<p>Using the leanest and meanest in quadcopter drone technology, the team at production group FICTION have blessed the Internet with a mind-boggling new photo series that combines long exposure photography with colorful LEDs and …

Sport picture of the day: sunrise in Sydney

First published on Sun 30 Mar 2014 08.28 EDT

Outstanding Entries in the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Take a moment and travel with us as we explore some of the most magnificent places in the world. It's already that time again, when photographers get to show off their skills by entering the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. This year, the grand prize winner will score a …

Travel Photography

The Kelpies: Scotland's Amazing Giant Horse Head Sculptures

The Kelpies is an enormous installation consisting of two giant horse head sculptures by artist Andy Scott. The 100-foot-tall structures, which were eight years in the making, are inspired by a legend from the artist's Scottish background that tells of a water spirit that takes the shape of a …



The 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, has recently announced its shortlist of winners. This year's contest attracted more than 140,000 entries from 166 countries. The organizers have been kind enough to share some of their shortlisted …

1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa sells for record $39.8 million

This might not come as a shock, but ultra-rare vintage cars are only going to get more expensive as time rolls on, particularly if there's a prancing horse on the car's nose. For example, in 2011, a Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa sold for $16.39 million. In February 2012, a 1964 250 GTO sold for nearly …

17 Bizarre Aircraft We Love, and the Stories Behind Them

Oddball ideas take flight.<p>It's easy to love these funny-looking planes just for their sheer weirdness. But many of them were built to prove a point or to advance the science of aerodynamics.

How LED lighting changes the way cities look on film

As major cities like New York and Los Angeles make the switch over to LED lighting, the change is having a somewhat unexpected impact — changing the way these cities look in movies. As Dave Kendricken explains in <i>No Film School</i>, nighttime LA looks completely different under LED lights than it does …

Most fascinating classic, 2013: Ferrari 180 Testa Rossa

Competition for the must-have toys of the holiday season is always fierce. Nothing, however, matches the tug-of-war for a one-of-a-kind confection.<p>Granted, the Ferrari 180 Testa Rossa sold at auction in November was thought to be one of five in existence, but for all intents the bidders at …


How the Mazda Miata went from sketch to immortality

Our favorite little sports car hit the scene on Feb. 9, 1989.<p>Just as the Ford Mustang will forever be connected to the 1964 New York World's Fair, the Mazda Miata will always be able to trace its roots back to the Chicago Auto Show. On February 9, 1989, Mazda officially unveiled its all-new …

Amazing Cityscape Views from the Rooftops of Dubai

Photographer Karim Nafatni gives new energy to the glowing lights of bustling Dubai in his stunning series of cityscapes, simply called <i>Rooftop Photography</i>. As we have seen before, the Dubai-based photographer and major airline pilot is certainly not afraid of heights! In his ongoing series, Nafatni …


Underwater Photography of Florida’s Diverse Ecosystem

Florida is world-renowned for many things; as a tourist spot, the festive beaches, a strong Hispanic presence, hi-rise condominiums as well as the …

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How to spot an award-winning sports photograph

The winners of the most prestigious world-wide press photography competition are announced today. This year I won’t be seeing if one of my efforts made it on to the final list, because I have been one of the judges on the Sports panel. Even though I helped edit the 11,000 pictures down to six in …

Dark side of the zoo - captive animals in black and white

Alex Teuscher photographs captive animals in black and white, producing dark, atmospheric portraits

Animated pixel art anyone? Let the running waters soothe your soul

2014 World Press Photo Contest

The results from the 2014 World Press Photo Contest have been announced. The World Press Photo of the Year is a picture by American photographer John Stanmeyer, who is a founding member of the VII photo agency. See more of the winners here.

The ten best jumps from 2014 Rally Sweden

Catching air. Lots of it.<p>You know a video depicting airborne cars is good when you feel imagined weightlessness while sitting in a chair. If you've eaten in the past fifteen minutes, you might want to wait another fifteen before taking this video in.<p>It was shot at Rally Sweden, the second round in …