Jonathon Humphries

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What Is Love (cover)

The Best Traveler Photographs of 2013

National <i>Geographic Traveler’</i>s director of photography, <b>Dan Westergren</b>, has the distinct pleasure (and sometimes pain) of choosing which photographs run in the magazine.<p>The award-winning photographers assigned to our stories come back from the field with such a rich variety of images that it can be …

The First Photograph of The Moon

One of the first pictures ever taken of the moon by Dr. J. W. Draper of New York, 1840.<br>J. W. Draper—London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images<p>1 of 1<p>At …

Portraits Emerge from an Incredible Collage of Objects

New York-based artist Michael Mapes continues to expand his portfolio of meticulously assembled artworks made of thousands of collected specimens. Each piece in the artist's newest and laboriously executed collection consists of countless materials that have each been pinned to a board to form a …

Art

Extremely Essential Camera Skills by Rob and Lauren Lim

The fastest route to better quality photography isn’t buying a new and expensive camera with all the latest bells and whistles. It’s by mastering the …

Tom Eckersley's greatest posters – in pictures

Turning a public information poster into a work of art is no mean feat, but with his bold colours, clean lines and clever layouts, Tom Eckersley confirmed himself as a godfather of modern graphic design. To mark the centenary of his birth, 40 of his posters from the 1940s to the 1980s will be …

The Art of Choosing

The book suggestion of this week is The Art of Choosing by Sheena Iyengar. The book is about choice and how our behavior about making them. I am half …

Pat Rafter to play in Australian Open

''I hope not. There would have to be food poisoning, sicknesses. That would be my worst nightmare,'' he said.<p>Hewitt, who even gatecrashed Rafter's …