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Impressive Adobe Algorithm Transfers One Photo’s Style Onto Another

Two pairs of researchers from Cornell University and Adobe have teamed up and developed a “Deep Photo Style Transfer” algorithm that can …


In pictures: Life on Clapham High Street

<b>Photographer Jim Grover decided to chart the daily lives of the inhabitants of Clapham High Street. Shooting in colour during daytime hours, and using black and white at night, he wanted to illustrate the differences in the mood of the street.</b><p>"There is the sedate world of a typical weekday …


Roberta Sant’Anna takes her camera inside a weird and wonderful Brazilian water park

27 year old photographer Roberta Sant’Anna was born and raised in Brazil’s far south. “I was actually born in Porto Alegre, but I grew up in a very …

Water Parks

See Ecuador through the lens of a wildlife photographer

Follow wildlife photographer Dan Suzio on an intensive 12-day tour to Ecuador, home to more than 1,600 species of birds. Highlights include 10 days of photography at seven birding locations, including habitats on both sides of the Andes.<p>Among the destinations are Mt. Antisana, where participants …


These Found Vintage Snapshots Are a Testament to Americans' Love of Their Cars

VIEW GALLERY | 12 PHOTOS<p>Anonymous snapshot from the book American Dream, curated by Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tournebœuf.<br>Courtesy of Les instantanés …


French Photographer Fred Canonge Shows How Travel Photography Is Done Gorgeously

French Photographer Fred Canonge shoots the real flavor of travel photography in a very unique style and its definitely inspiring. Very natural …


The Life and Career of a Cruise Ship Photographer

What Exactly Does a Cruise Ship Photographer Get Up to?<p>There are many many branches of professional photography. Perhaps <b>more so today</b> than at any …


Best Nature Pictures Show the Majesty of our World

These pictures from the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest show the beauty and the majesty of planet Earth but also, the …



The Incredible Journey of Thousands of Lost Robert Capa Negatives

VIEW GALLERY | 4 PHOTOS<p>[American troops landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France], June 6th, 1944<br>Robert Capa—©International Center of …


The Winners Of 2017’s Sony World Photography Contest

Alsabat captured this image of an elderly fisherman casting his net in Yangzhou, China.<p>Submerged field. Everyday aims towards a collective goal. The …


Las Vegas like you've never seen it before – in pictures

Photographer Andy J Scott takes familiar Las Vegas sights and reframes them into beguiling compositions

Las Vegas

Top 12 Street Photographers Who Captured the Grit of New York in the 70s and 80s

The 1970s and 1980s were gritty, exciting times in New York City. Manhattan pulsed with energy, with different sides of the city revealing danger and opulence. As the city transformed into the New York we now know, those heady days seem a distant memory.<p>Why are people so interested in New York …

Street Photography

Pictures of the Day: 28 March 2017

Tate Britain

Poignant, Playful Photos of the Stray Dogs of India

Mumbai photographer Neenad Joseph Arul used to be shy about approaching people, so instead, he turned to the dogs in his neighborhood. Unlike people, …


Stunning Nature Landscape Photography by Michael Shainblum

<b>Michael Shainblum</b> (previously featured) is a gifted photographer and filmmaker currently based in San Francisco, California, USA. Michael focuses on …

Landscape Photography

Sony World Photography Award 2017 Winners and Runners-up


The very edge of a city: Mexico City's deepest hinterlands – in pictures

Feike de Jong walked the entire perimeter of one of the biggest cities in the world, to capture the strange scenery of the fringes of Mexico’s capital<p>Feike de Jong is the creator of the app Limits: On Foot Along the Edge of the Megalopolis of the Valley of Mexico

Urban Planning

Why You Need Inspiration Outside Photography

When you're in a bit of a photographic rut, where do you look for inspiration? Do you look at other photographers? If you're stuck and wondering how …


Powerful Portraits of Refugees and the Smartphone Photos They Cherish Most

In February, photographer Alex John Beck travelled to refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan to capture a powerful portrait project. In a series of …


A Journey to the World’s Southernmost Inhabited Place

“It’s a sort of last frontier, a legend-filled land that people want to visit as a place where discoveries can be made,” says Ghent-based …


At the Construction Site

Joseph Szabo: the teacher who photographed a bygone era of American youth

In 1972, Joseph Szabo, a 28-year-old art and photography teacher at Malverne High School, Long Island, was struggling to connect with his pupils. So he started taking pictures of them. “I tried to photograph everybody,” he says, speaking on the phone from Long Island, where he still lives. “I …


Delicate Photographs of Loneliness in Tokyo

The street photographer of Tokyo, Yota Yoshida has no training in photography but is inspired by subjects that surround him. This was the case in his …


Rural life in Japan

Nostalgia on the cusp of modernity<p>In the 1850s and ‘60s, Japan gradually loosened the restrictions on foreign trade and visitors which had isolated it for centuries.<p>Western travelers and technologies began to flow in through a handful of ports, including Yokohama, where photographers such as Felice …


Best photographs of the day: snowboarding in Scotland and floods in Peru

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world, including retired greyhounds and a sumo champion’s struggles


Landscape photographer lets imagination color his world

Brendan Pattengale started out wanting to be a commercial fashion photographer, but the draw of nature was too powerful to resist.<p>Every summer he’d join his parents, avid backpackers, in the Eastern Sierra backcountry, and he has hiked with a brother from Bishop to Mt. Whitney. But it was a trip to …

The Arts

Exploring The Wonder Of Akihabara – Tokyo’s Electric Town!

If there ever was a place in Tokyo that looks and feels exactly like everything the movies, on TV or in photos, it’s definitely Akihabara (also known …


The 20 photographs of the week

The Westminster attack, the ongoing offensive in Mosul and the funeral of Martin McGuinness – the news of the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists

Martin McGuinness