Mark Heathcote

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A Casual Conversation with Saul Leiter

Taxi, 1957<br>© Saul Leiter—Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York<p>1 of 13<p><b>Updated Nov. 26: In memory of Saul Leiter, who has passed away in New York</b> …

31 Rolls of Undeveloped Film from a Soldier in WWII Discovered and Processed

Photographer Levi Bettweiser is the man behind the Rescued Film Project, an effort to find and rescue old and undeveloped rolls of film from the far …

Re: If You Don’t Want Your Photos Stolen, Don’t Post Them on the Internet

“If you don’t want your photos stolen, don’t post them on the Internet.”<p>This is an argument I have heard over and over again, mostly from people who …

The Mediterranean and the Continuity of Man

Since we first published this series on LensCulture a few years ago, it has continually proved to be one of our most popular articles. Something about the project’s distinctive mix of deadpan humor and political, environmental savvy has made it stand out, again and again, for thousands of …

Interview: Stephen Bulger on His Acquisition of Vivian Maier Negatives

In late 2014, we reported that a gallery owner in Toronto named Stephen Bulger had purchased the entire collection of Vivian Maier negatives owned by …

You Can Now Browse Through the World’s Largest Collection of Robert Frank’s Work

The National Gallery of Art owns the world’s largest collection of photos and materials by renowned American photographer Robert Frank. That …

Why I Switched from DSLR to Rangefinder: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace: AdoramaTV

Using Street Photography to See Beyond the Ordinary

Using Street Photography to See Beyond the Ordinary by street photographer James Maher. Tips on how to go outside the norm, and create unique images.

Street Photography

Yongnuo Products Are Now Carried by B&H, Including a Canon Lens Clone

Yongnuo has taken another big step towards legitimacy as a third party brand for camera gear. The Chinese company’s wares are now being carried by …

Applied Relativity: The Leica M-A

Somewhere in this meandering tale of chance encounters and philosophical philosophizing, there’s a review of the new Leica M-A camera — a camera that …

Cameras

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Until now, if you wanted to get your hands on a copy of this sixty two year old book, you had to search through online marketplaces for a used copy - …

Street Photography

Be wary of UAE’s photography laws, lawyers say

ABU DHABI // People in the UAE must be aware of laws concerning photography when taking pictures, legal experts have said after the arrest of an …

Marked Up Photographs Show How Iconic Prints Were Edited in the Darkroom

Want to see what kind of work goes into turning a masterful photograph into an iconic print? Pablo Inirio, the master darkroom printer who works at …

William Klein: 'My pictures showed everything I resented about America'

A resident of Paris for 60 years, Klein’s photographs of 1950s New York caught the city’s energy and grit and made his name. He talks about returning to Brooklyn, working for Vogue – and being praised by Picasso<p>William Klein is a man of two cities: New York and Paris. The film-maker and …

Embracing the semi randomness of street photography - INSPIRED EYE

Garry Waller is an NYC photographer, he sent in some images and tells us about the virtues of being open to the randomness in the streets while …

Mark Heathcote – On the Underground

ONE PHOTO - ONE STORY<p>03.12.2014<p>“I decided to start a project exploring the idiosyncrasies and behaviour of train commuters – in particular the …

Behavior

Photographer Builds Detailed Sets on NYC Sidewalks Using Discarded Furniture

Over the past 6 months, photographer Justin Bettman and stylist Gozde Eker have been building elaborate sets on the sidewalks of New York City using …

Garry Winogrand: Book Review

i Book

Project info<p>Limited / numbered edition of 750. A casebound, cloth covered, foiled titling, 34 x 24.5 cm, portrait. 74 pages, 58 page printed full colour, featuring special fold out spread, using high-resolution hybrid screening on Fedrigoni stock. The book is designed and produced by Niall Sweeney …

Art Galleries

Brooklyn Street Photographer Andre D. Wagner Talks Us Through His Photographic Process

Here’s a short, inspiring video profile of Brooklyn-based street photographer Andre D. Wagner. We’re offered a glimpse into Wagner’s mind as he talks …

Photographs of Oymyakon, the Coldest Village on the Face of the Earth

Located in the heart of Siberia, the village of Oymyakon in Russia is widely considered to be the coldest inhabited place on Earth. A temperature of …

Photographer Finds That a Santa Suit Is All It Takes to Make Strangers Drop Their Guard

Tired of strangers giving you wary glances when you photograph them? A Santa suit can change that suspicion into smiles.<p>Lithuanian photographer Tomas …

Camera Maintenance: Is Proactive Maintenance Worth It?

One of our readers, who is a very busy professional wedding photographer, asked me if proactive maintenance with the manufacturer is worth the money …

Surreal Interpretations of Womanhood Photographed by Marjorie Salvaterra

Drawing inspiration from her own life, photographer Marjorie Salvaterra has created a series of black and white tableaus of women that look a lot …

Robert Capa In Love and War – Greatest Documentary about War Photographer

If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough. <i>– Robert Capa</i><p><b>Robert Capa</b> (October 22, 1913 – May 25, 1954) was a Hungarian war …

Street Photography

Junichi Hakoyama – Inspiring Street Photographer from Japan

People most usually solitary figures keep walking amidst interesting backgrounds and surreal surroundings all painted in black and white. Yes, …

Photography

Nat Geo Photog Says Amazon Won’t Stop Selling His Stolen Photograph

Earlier this month, National Geographic photographer Tomas van Houtryve had one of his photographs selected by <i>TIME</i> magazine as one of the Top 10 …