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What a shot! 43 amazing sports photos

Take a look at 43 amazing sports photos from July 29 through August 5.

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Apple and Blackmagic Teamed Up on an External GPU for MacBook Pros

Apple and Blackmagic have teamed up to design and launch a new external graphics processor (GPU) called the Blackmagic eGPU that brings …

In Vietnam, Turning a Camera on the War

No foreign photographer spent more time in Vietnam than Horst Faas, who oversaw photographers in Saigon for The Associated Press, who was based there from 1962 until late 1970 and then regularly returned until the withdrawal of American forces in 1973.<p>Despite being heavily wounded just before the …

Unfiltered street photography capture daily scenes in San Francisco

San Francisco is often the subject of flawless photographs that end up on social media but anyone who lives or works in SF knows our city isn’t perfect.<p>Ken Walton, founder of StreetFoto knows this too. On the third year of the organization’s photography contest, constants took to SF to capture …

Photographer Explores the Rainbow-Colored Neighborhoods of Istanbul

Most Istanbul photos depict ancient Turkish architecture such as ornate mosques, traditional stone houses, or even mystical market streets. However, there’s also a surprising modern side to city that many people don't know about. Architect and photographer Yener Torun has been capturing the …

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Who’s Driving Tokyo?

Oleg TolstoyIn Japan, drivers rated “y ūryō untensh”—excellent driver—have their own stands at major stations and special markings on their cabs. Highly-rated drivers offer their passengers solitude and privacy. Here, a series of street portraits that pay homage to these respected …

Street Photography

Japanese Man Beautifully Documents His Family’s Life in a One-Room Apartment

Japanese photographer Masaki Yamamoto didn't have to go far to find inspiration for his work. Over the course of several years, the young photographer documented his family's life as they lived in a small, one-room apartment. For 18 years, his seven-person family thrived in these cramped quarters …

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Photographer Visualizes Hearing Loss as Artistically Blurred Street Photography

Viewing his photos as paintings, Chilean photographer Eduardo Asenjo Matus has a unique technique for capturing the spirit of his environment. Using a neutral density filter, he employs long exposures to focus in on his primary subject, leaving the rest in an artistic blur. The former graphic …

Street Photography

What the hell? How Jonathan Higbee shoots these impossible street photos

Photographer Jonathan Higbee has a number of projects on the go, but it’s his “Coincidences” collection in particular that’s been winning him many …

Daughter Archives Mother’s Remarkable Photos of Poverty-Stricken 1980s England

The black and white documentary photography of Tish Murtha’s archive captures the social landscape of northern England during the 1980s. From community spirit to the pits of youth employment, Murtha’s highly personal and emotive photos are now in the care of her daughter Ella, ever since Murtha …

Street Photography

Photographer Captures the Gritty Spirit of New York in Candid, Black and White Photos

For the past four years, photographer Luc Kordas has roamed New York City, soaking in all it has to offer through his series <i>The New York Chronicles.</i> Seeking to capture a city “so full of life in all its ugliness and glory,” the Brooklyn-based photographer crystallizes life in New York in gritty, …

New York City

Interview: Street Photographer Captures Diverse Commuters of the New York City Subway

New York-based photographer Luc Kordas first moved to the Big Apple in 2014 after living in six different cities throughout Europe. Since then, he’s never looked back and spends his time wondering the five boroughs, capturing the city’s unique energy and characters with his ongoing street …

Street Photography

Relax: Here's 30 Cool Photography Links That Will Go Nicely With a Coffee

As contemporary photographers and authors work in our modern world, they are publishing some of the greatest images and articles in the field of …

This Tokyo apartment building is a concrete jungle

Concrete jungle where dreams are made of<p>It’s almost hard to believe that this M.C. Escher-like residential building in Tokyo is actually real. Designed by local architect Akihisa Hirata, “Tree-ness House,” as it’s dubbed, rises on a narrow but deep site in the district of Otsuka, reaching upward …

Photography Icon Joel Meyerowitz Shares His Secrets In New Course From Masters of Photography

In the new online course from Masters of Photography, street photography icon Joel Meyerowitz discusses his career, his technique, and teaches …

Street Photography

Photographer Makes Hong Kong Look Like Something Out Of A Video Game

Make mistakes, it's street photography

I just sent out my 200th interview last week. Having spent the last 4 years interviewing professional and amateur photographers, from Magnum, iN …

20 Glamorous Studio Portraits of an Amateur Model From the 1970s

A found negative collection from vintage ladies that shows studio portraits of an amateur model from the 1970s.<br>See more »

Pictures of the Week 3.8.18

This photographer defied Giuliani to take iconic Ground Zero photos

One of America’s finest photographers didn’t have a camera until he was 24.<p>Joel Meyerowitz, now 80, was a naive young graphic designer in 1962 when …

Award-Winning Pro Joe McNally Explains How to Use Light so Photographs “Speak” to the Viewer

If you want to make photographs with impact, it’s important that they tell a story, and “speak” to the viewer. No matter how beautiful an image …

This is How Photographers Stage Scenes to Win Prizes

Photojournalist A. M. Ahad was at a train station in Bangladesh when he came across a group of photographers pointing their cameras at a young man …

27+ Fine Examples Of Creative Photography That Will Inspire You

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their photo you are most proud of in the Monthly Pro Vol 37 Photo contest with chances to win Pro …

Oslo's Barcode Project Showcased in Stunning Photo Series by Rainer Taepper

Situated behind Snøhetta's iconic Oslo Opera House is another set of buildings which mark out Oslo as a cutting-edge architectural hub. The Barcode …

Take a Look at the 15 Best Products That Dropped in 2017

As 2017 nears its end, and we reflect on an impressive haul of solid releases, our latest shopping post is a comprehensive roundup of some of this …

How to Become a Better Street Photographer

I’ve been working as a professional photographer for nearly a decade, but I still get a little nervous every time I head out to take some street …

Incredible black-and-white photos turn everyday life in Chicago into stunning works of art

Jason Peterson stands at six feet five inches, but he aims to blend into the background.<p>The Chicago-based photographer walks the streets of the Windy City to snap candid photos of people "in their most natural state," whether it's commuting to work or watching a Cubs game.<p>His black and white photos …

Street Photography

An Amazing Interview With Indian Photographer Kanishka Mukherji

Kanishka Mukherji is from Kolkata, India. He is a Banker by profession, working in State Bank Of India. Kanishka started photography as a hobby, …

Tour a New Residential High-Rise That's Uniquely "Chicago"

Landmark West Loop is a love letter to Chicago's West Loop neighborhood.<p>As a luxury rental high-rise, Landmark West Loop is comprised of 300 residences ranging from 500-square-foot studios to 1,960-square-foot penthouses, all of which have floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping city views. The …