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Meet the Artist Wiping Your Face Off Instagram

Space Ibiza Head Designer Giuseppe Pepe's photographs are beautiful, but unsettling.<p>The most primped, polished, and perfected photos on Instagram are under attack. Ibizan artist (and Head Designer at Space Ibiza) Giuseppe Pepe has launched a campaign called <i>Loosing My Mind</i>, a series of picture …

Photos From the 1970s Hollywood Skate Scene

Tube socks, empty swimming pools and boards.<p>Hugh Holland is a photographer who captured the skate scene in Los Angeles in the 1970s. Over three years, he took a ton of photos, chronicling skating’s evolution from its roots of ’unruly after-school activity’ to a fully fledged sport. He captured the …

Do This 52 Week Photography Challenge to Improve Your Skills in 2016

If you’re looking to get better at photography in 2016, one great option is to do a 52-week photography challenge that forces you to complete regular …

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Interview: An Introvert's Dark and Emotive Self-Portraits by Melania Brescia

Melania Brescia is an introvert, but that hasn’t stopped her from creating a bold and dark body of work that places herself both behind and in front of the camera. Inspired by bouts of sadness and depression, her self-portraiture started as a constructive way to deal with emotions she couldn't …

The photographer taking digi-artists offline

While the rest of the world debates the ethical ins and outs of Photoshop and retouching, Rachel Hodgson works with a different type of post production in mind. The recent LCF graduate and <i>Rookie</i> contributor's work is reminiscent of a child-like colouring book or your teenage journal, messy, …

Digital Photos Can’t Be Trusted, Says Renowned War Photographer

Don McCullin, one of the world’s great war photographers, believes that digital photography can be “a totally lying experience” and is something that …

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14 Rare Photos Of Albert Einstein That You've Probably Never Seen Before

It's the 100th anniversary of Einstein's general theory of relativity, and a new book reveals little-known pictures of the great physicist.<p>It's one of a set of rare photos that have been released to BuzzFeed by the Albert Einstein Archive and Princeton University Press, to coincide with the 100th …

Top 3 Sites That Pro Photographers Don't Want You to Know About

Never before has there been such fierce competition in the world of photography. Every time a pro lands a job, he's taking away the bread off the …

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22 Photography Pricing Tips You Need to Know — Hobby to Pro Photo

Do you want your photography business to succeed?<p>Of course you. But if you are basing your photography pricing off your competitors or numbers that …

7 Things That Keep You From Charging What You’re Worth (and how to get over them)

Charging people money is scary. Having people I’ve never met ask me to produce something I have metaphorically promised the world I can do at a …

These Are The Things That You Should Say in Your Photographer’s Biography

A few weeks back we took a slightly tongue in cheek look at some of the things that you should not put in your photographer’s biography. Today we …

Double Exposure Animal Portraits By Andreas Lie

Norwegian artist Andreas Lie blends verdant landscapes with photographs of animals, creating a subtle double exposure effect. Snowy mountains and …

These Are The Best Smartphone Camera Apps You Can Get Today

Recently, we suggested seven ways to take better shots with your smartphone. Although that article was a technical guide, we had a number of requests …

A Look Inside ‘Photographers’ Sketchbooks’

<i>The sketchbook of Alec Soth</i><p>The mechanical nature of photography often results in the perception that photographers are “button-pushers;” that they …