Ian Kalinowski

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Majestic Photos of the World’s Most Surf-Worthy Waves

© Ryan Struck / Offset<p>© Ryan Struck / Offset<p>With a passion for all things surf, New Jersey-based photographer Ryan Struck strives to find beauty in a …

‘Celluloid Dreams’: A Photographers Quest to Preserve the Memory of Historic Theaters Across America

In an age of multiplexes, 3D cinema and pirated movies, the theatre is on the decline and rapidly fading in oblivion. Art Deco movie palaces, as they …

Captivating Portraits of Namibia’s Fashionable Herero Tribe

We recently spoke to London-based photographer Jim Naughten about his stunning portrait series of the Herero tribe members of Namibia.<p><b>How did this</b> …

The Fox Is Black’s Six Favorite Plant-centric Instagrammers - The Fox Is Black

“What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have never been discovered.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson<p>Wanting to feature more plant related topics on the site I …

Free Aperture to Lightroom Migration Tool is in Open Beta

The announcement that Apple is discontinuing Aperture has left many users wondering how they’re supposed to properly transfer their soon-to-be …

Vivian Maier: Street Photographer, Revelation - Interview with exhibition curator Anne Morin | LensCulture

Since the discovery and exposure of Vivian Maier’s work in 2009, this reclusive, mysterious figure—street photographer, nanny, visual genius—has been the subject of widespread acclaim and attention. From monographs to worldwide gallery exhibitions and the widespread release of a feature film (the …

Street Photography

Alex Queral Carves Faces Into Phonebooks

Taking an ordinary phone book, Alex Queral carves a face into this object of so many faceless names. With the book, a very sharp X-ACTO® knife, a …

Forgotten and Abandoned Monuments in Former Yugoslavia

View Gallery<p>Photographer Jan Kempenaers toured the countryside of former countries that made up Yugoslavia and documented old, forgotten monuments. …

Roger Mayne obituary

Photographer who dedicated himself to the subject of childhood in his street scenes of the 1950s<p>The photographer Roger Mayne, who has died aged 85, had a highly original eye for elusive detail. Self-taught, he was passionate about photographing what he knew – most famously, inner London. His skill …

23 Surprisingly Gorgeous Homes Made From Shipping Containers

Because shipping containers are like Legos for adults.

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David Fullarton's Apologies

View Gallery<p>David Fullarton is a Scottish born, San Francisco based visual artist and illustrator. Because he is a man with very low expectations he …

Hong Kong

National Guard Soldier Brings Back Artistic Photos from His Time in Afghanistan

Sean Huolihan isn’t the first soldier to spend some of his time overseas looking through a viewfinder instead of a rifle scope, but there’s a certain …

The best milkmaid in Belarus – and other bizarre state-sponsored contests

Best couple in love, best J-Lo lookalike, and Miss Railway ... for his photography series The Winners, Rafal Milach travelled through Belarus capturing the champions of the nation's many regional contests<p>• Best of Belarus: meet Miss Railway and the nation's winning welder

10 Lessons David Alan Harvey Has Taught Me About Street Photography

<i>All photos in this article are copyrighted by David Alan Harvey / Magnum Photos</i><p>David Alan Harvey is one of the living legends in street photography. …

No Pain Whatsoever review – Ken Grant's photographs of wasted Liverpool

Merseyside's decline since the 1980s is the backdrop to Ken Grant's powerful images of the city's demoralised working class<p>Ken Grant said recently that he was guided by the great Czech photographer Josef Sudek's advice to "rush slowly". You often feel the mix of energy and attentiveness in his …

271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book | Colossal

<p>In 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolors. Not only would he begin the book with a bit …

US Travel Posters by Steven Thomas for Print Collection

Print Collection is a company that produces museum-style quality prints for your home. With summer just around the bend, they’ve released a special …

Vintage photographs that are made for sharing online – in pictures

Fascinating historical pictures posted on Twitter by Retronaut, IndiaHistoryPic and HistoryinPix – from the factory workers pressing Rubber Soul, to the construction of the Hoover dam and India's first female doctor<p>'Retronauting': why we can't stop sharing old photographs The Guardian's pictures …

'Retronauting': why we can't stop sharing old photographs

Vintage pictures shared online by accounts such as Retronaut, HistoryInPics and IndiaHistoryPic capture moments gone for ever, but as vividly as the here-and-now. It's a heady mix of nostalgia and history<p>• View a gallery of stunning vintage pictures • The power of photography: time, mortality and …

More Nearly Lost Street Photos by Photographer Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier was an amazing photographer whose talents went unrecognized during her lifetime. Back in 2011, a box filled with Maier's negatives was discovered at a local thrift auction house in Chicago. Since that time, the American street photographer has become quite the recognizable name in the …

Street Photography

22 Images From NYC's Golden Age of Bridge Building

These days, we tend to think of New York's bridges as traffic obstacles. But at the turn of the last century, the bridges that sprang up in thickets …

Fascinating Photos of New York City in the Early 1980s

<i>New York Up & Down</i> is a fascinating series by now octogenarian Frank Horvat that shows us what a major metropolis looked like back in the early 1980s. Shot between 1982 and 1986, the street images, all taken with a Nikon SLR camera with Ektachrome, captures New York City in a raw and gritty way. …

New York City

This is What Happens When You Put Dogs Inside a Photo Booth

St. Louis, Missouri-based Lynn Terry is a professional photographer who in addition to commercial projects and family portrait work, has been …

Mike Brodie's Photographs of Freight Train Hitchhikers are Mesmerising

This offbeat journey of five years began in 2004. Little did photographer Mike Brodie know that the journey would see him travel over 50,000 miles …

Trains

“I was stunned and amazed, my childhood memories, slowly swirled past like the wind through the trees…”–Chrissie Hynde

<i>“I was stunned and amazed, my childhood memories, slowly swirled past like the wind through the trees…”–Chrissie Hynde</i><p>The photographer Todd Hido‘s latest show, "<i>Excerpts from Silver Meadows</i>,“ opens tomorrow at Bruce Silverstein Gallery. The show coincides with his latest monograph of the same name published by the estimable publisher, Nazraeli Press.<p>Todd Hido grew up in Kent, Ohio, and as a Midwesterner brings a particular sensibility to his interpretation of suburban American culture. <i>Excerpts</i> …

Taking A Second Look At Professional Free Fonts

I popped the CD in my computer and found a collection of the most horrendous fonts you could imagine. Novelty and “retro” fonts. Spooky Halloween …