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Kodak… It’s Been Over A Year, Where The Heck Is Ektachrome?

<i>Back in January 2017, Kodak announced they would bring back Ektachrome, But it has been over a year and a half – and it still isn’t here!</i><p>Kodak was …

Emil Nolde: Colour is Life

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, United Kingdom<p>14<p>Jul<p>21<p>Oct<p>A master of colour, Emil Nolde (1867-1956) was known for his windswept landscapes, his depictions of the Berlin demi-monde and his portrayal of his South Seas travels. He was one of Germany’s greatest Expressionists and …

This Waterfall Photo Was Lit by Headlamps

Photographer Carley Nelson was backpacking at the Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon last weekend when she asked her friends to point their headlamps …

Peering Inside One of the World’s Great Japanese Mask Collections

At home with Los Angeles collector Jerry Solomon.<p>Upon entering the historic Hollywood Hills home of Jerry Solomon, one is struck by the sheer breadth …

This Artist Creates Remarkable 3-D Sketches of the World's Most Beautiful Landmarks

Even seasoned travelers haven’t seen famous landmarks like this before.<p>Italian artist Pietro Cataudella is offering a new perspective of iconic …

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 …

I Bet You've Never Broken a Piece of Camera Gear as Expensive as This Shattered Lens

And if you have somehow broken a piece of gear as expensive as this, you have my sincere sympathy. Here's what happens when a projectile traveling …

8 Brief Tips That Will Drastically Improve Your Landscape Photography

ViewBug community member Stian Klo is a professional and award winning fine art landscape photographer from Harstad in Northern Norway, where he was …

British Columbia From Above: Drone Photography by Zach Doehler

Creative aerial shots by Zach Doehler, talented 18-year-old self-taught photographer, adventurer, and drone pilot based in British Columbia, Canada. …

Photographers who think the rules do not apply to them

An historic building in South Florida burned to the ground a couple years ago because in the dark of night, a trio of photographers set it ablaze …

'Click, click, click, I never wait': the everyday genius of Sabine Weiss

These images are my secret garden, my spiritual nest egg, my personal intimate memory<p>‘I am coming!” Sabine Weiss shouts as she descends from her studio to greet me. At 93, the Swiss-French photographer is immaculately presented and immediately comes across as a force to be reckoned with – holding …

Street Photography

USPS Ordered to Pay $3.5 Million After Putting Artist's Weird 'Sexier' Lady Liberty on Stamps

The US Postal Service will have to pay a sculptor who recreated the Statue of Liberty for a New York-themed Las Vegas hotel over $3.5 million after …

7 Notable Unbuilt Structures Brought to Life in New Renders

It only takes a pen, paper, and an innovative mind to create remarkable structures. Bringing these architectures to life, however, is where …

Ford Video Shows in Painful Detail a "Phantom Traffic Jam"

Some traffic jams have a clear cause: A tire blew, or a collision shut down one of the lanes. There’s not much we can do about that besides clear the …

McMoon: How the Earliest Images of the Moon Were so Much Better than we Realised

Fifty years ago, 5 unmanned lunar orbiters circled the moon, taking extremely high resolution photos of the surface. They were trying to find the …

Vhils’ Giant Chiseled Street Art Gets Two Simultaneous Gallery Exhibitions in Paris

Best known for chiseling striking portraits into walls around the world, Portuguese street artist Alexandre Farto, better known as Vhils, has taken on an ambitious exhibition that shows the full range of his artwork. The Centquatre in Paris is the setting for his mammoth exhibit <i>Fragment Urbains</i>, …

Art

Here’s how to get the stunning Bauhaus fonts that Adobe is reviving

After nearly a century, these long-lost typefaces are being reborn through clever design sleuthing.<p>Even if you’re not a designer, you’ve probably heard the phrase “form follows function.” That’s how influential the school that espoused it, the Bauhaus, has become since its heyday in 1920s and ’30s …

Zaha Hadid Architects unveils Morpheus hotel in Macau

Three holes punctuate the twisting geometric facade of the Morpheus hotel in Macau, China, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, which opens today, 15 …

Capturing moments of ecstasy at the ‘the wildest club in Russia’

In August 2017, Russia’s most prolific DIY club, Rabitza, was violently shut down by police. Its closure showed the permanent chasm between Russian authorities who can't grapple with the idea of freedom, and a youth culture trying to be free under the weight of a strict Soviet past. While Russia’s …

This LEGO Hasselblad Camera Could One Day Hit Store Shelves

Taiwan-based photographer, designer, and LEGO builder Helen Sham has created an incredibly realistic Hasselblad 503CX medium format film camera using …

42 Found Photos That Capture Everyday Life of China in 1921

These found photos from motohakone who bought at a flea market in Cannes, France in 1982. Photos were taken by a French speaking person when he made …

‘Sell your blood... or become an escort’ – bizarre advice for travellers from the first Lonely Planet guide

In 1973 the very first Lonely Planet guide, Across Asia on the Cheap, written by the company’s co-founder Tony Wheeler, was published. The previous year, Tony and his wife Maureen had driven an old people carrier from London to Afghanistan, sold it in Kabul, before continuing to Australia by …

Photos: Soccer Fields Around the World

One of the most appealing aspects of soccer is its simplicity—a ball, some open space, goal markers, and you can play. As the 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia, with matches held in massive modern arenas, here is a look at the beautiful game in action in some smaller and more unusual venues around …

Rio De Janeiro

How to spot a perfect fake: the world’s top art forgery detective

Forgeries have got so good – and so costly – that Sotheby’s has brought in its own in-house fraud-busting expert. By Samanth Subramanian<p>The unravelling of a string of shocking old master forgeries began in the winter of 2015, when French police appeared at a gallery in Aix-en-Provence and seized a …

Fine Art

A Brief History of Kodak: The Rise and Fall of a Camera Giant

Kodak was once the 800-pound gorilla in the world of photography. But after a century of dominance, Kodak’s business crumbled and it was forced to …

Glue sniffing, street fighting and crushing poverty - life on the margins of Russian life revealed in photographer’s incredible iPhone pics

INCREDIBLE iPhone pictures reveal the brutal reality of life on Russia's margins - with poverty-stricken locals resorting to glue sniffing and street …

This Monumental Art Project Is Putting Billboards in 52 Cities Across America

Today, Hank Willis Thomas and For Freedoms are launching the largest public art campaign in American history.<p>Within weeks of the the 2016 presidential election, a massive controversy erupted around a billboard. Artist Hank Willis Thomas paired Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great …

Watercolor Paintings Capture the Beloved Monuments of Cities Around the World

Polish architect and freelance illustrator Maja Wrońska is known for her incredible watercolor paintings of famous cities and architectural monuments around the world. We've been following her work for years, from her moody paintings of European monuments to watercolors of international skylines. …

San Francisco