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inside ethiopia’s emerging skate scene

In Ethiopia, skateboarding is only just getting started.<p>A decade ago, there were only a handful of skateboards in the whole of Ethiopia. Today, with the help of non-profit organisation Ethiopia Skate the scene is growing from strength to strength, creating a community and providing access to skate …

Intimate Portraits Capture the Rarely Photographed Faces of Morocco

UK-based photographer Alan Schaller recently returned from a trip to Morocco and has generously shared some of his favourite snapshots from the trip. A notoriously difficult country to collect pictures of people—Moroccans seldom approve of having their pictures taken—this was an obstacle that the …

Colorist Dyes Hair to Look Like Warhol, van Gogh Masterpieces

'Fine Art Series' is a photographic collection of Ursula Goff's hairstyles influenced by major works of art.<p>Some sources claim that up to 60% of women use some type of hair dye, while for men the amount remains under 10%. As history goes, dyes began their use in the ancient civilizations of Rome …

How A Nocturnal Politician Became The Unlikely Father Of Wildlife Photography

The story behind the turn-of-the-century politician, artist and conservationist known as "Grandfather Flash."<p>In the late 19th and early 20th century, photographer George Shiras lived something of a double life.<p>During the day, he served as a successful lawyer and politician, eventually becoming a …

5 wildlife adventures everyone should have before they die

There are few experiences that compare to witnessing animals in their natural environment.<p>In a world where landscapes are continually altered, it is often calming, and quite breathtaking, to view animals completely in harmony with their habitats.<p>Though they often require some significant travel, …

How to Be Creative, According to Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso and Stephen King

Creativity isn’t some esoteric quality that only the Bob Marleys and Salvador Dalís of the world possess — it’s a learnable, trainable skill that can …

California Dreaming: Stephanie Kloss photographs iconic mid-century homes

<b>Photo essay:</b> German photographer Stephanie Kloss visited some of California's iconic Mid-Century Modern homes to create this series of 1940s-inspired …

Inside the Belarusian Institutions for Chernobyl Radiation Victims

Photographer Jadwiga Bronte visited the "internats" of Belarus—institutions that are part asylum, part orphanage, and part hospice—for those affected by the fallout of the Chernobyl disaster 30 years ago.<p><i>Starting today, students in the MA Photography course at the London College of Communication</i> …

Haunting Photos of Europe’s Abandoned Buildings, From Steel Plants to Castles

The main hall of a steel plant office in France. “The most painful thing in this is to watch it crumble”, says Hans. (All Photos: Hans van</i> …

Annie Leibovitz unveils Women: New Portraits exhibition including intimate Caitlyn Jenner picture

Renowned American photographer Annie Leibovitz unveiled her latest exhibition, which features portraits of women ranging from former Olympic champion …

22 Of The Most Incredible "First" Pictures From History

Well, you have to start somewhere.

This is the mistake almost everyone makes when buying a new camera

The best single piece of advice I've ever received as a photographer wasn't about technique. It was about equipment.<p>It came from my friend and photo-mentor Candice Cusic, a wedding photographer and photojournalist who won a Pulitzer Prize as part of a Chicago Tribune team in 2000. I was getting …

The World's Oldest Secret Society Let A Photographer Behind Its Closed Doors

This is where contemporary Freemasons conduct their secret affairs.<p>Freemasons are members of a fraternal organization that was established in America by stonemasons, based on a European model, in the 1720s. Today, there remain around six million Freemasons around the world -- an estimated 350,000 …

Travel down Fifth Avenue in the 1930s

Updated 14th January 2016

A day at the Las Vegas Neon Boneyard with the Polaroid Snap camera

As a child of the '80s many of my memories were made with polaroid pictures — lots of instant family photos, huge grids of them pinned to the wall of my dorm room. The Polaroid of my youth stopped making film in 2008, though by then I had largely moved on to digital and medium format film …

The Fabulously Freckled Get Their Close-Up In Photo Project

"No two people’s freckles are the same, and that’s what draws me in."<p>You rock, freckle faces.<p>London photographer Brock Elbank has captured the fabulousness of freckles in a massive portrait project. Elbank hopes to have 150 photos by the time he exhibits his project in 2017. He has already shot …

Interview: Exploring Peace and Nature with Adventure Photographer Alex Strohl

For any nature-loving, wanderlust-consumed traveler, French photographer Alex Strohl's Instagram feed looks straight out of a dream. The Madrid-born globetrotter has attracted over 1 million followers for his unique brand of adventure photography, and it's easy to see why. His gorgeous photos, …

100-Year-Old Photos Give a Rare Colorful Glimpse of Past Generations in Naples

This series of vintage prints beautifully captures a simpler and more idealistic side of Naples, Italy in the 1900’s. From picturesque sea ports to the city’s sweeping architectural feats, the scenes lend a distinctive antique feel that makes the collection stand out from modern postcards. Prints …

A Photographer Captures Extraordinary Moments Of Everyday Indian Life

Photographer Steve McCurry has been frequenting — and documenting — India since 1978. His new book, <i>Steve McCurry: India</i> highlights the extraordinary moments of ordinary, everyday life across the subcontinent.<p>We caught up with the man most famous for his portrait of a fiery young girl in Afghanistan …

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