Michael Parks

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Rare and Forgotten Photography Books, Resurrected

Many landmark photography books are simply unavailable today. By reprinting expensive, rare, or out-of-print photobooks in new editions, the small …

Articles about university place apartment on Dwell.com - Dwell

Tucked away on the edge of a nature preserve, a customized home breaks the prefab mold.<p>The Scandinavian city offers a talented but humble design scene that plays homage to the rugged Nordic climate.<p>A design guide to China's bustling capital.<p>A cramped apartment in a prewar apartment building becomes …

House Design

Articles about lets get small on Dwell.com - Dwell

A five-step program for those suffering from too much stuff and not enough space.<p>This week I'm staying in Sebastopol, California, home of the Tiny Tumbleweed House Co, recently featured in a New York Times...<p>One of the best booths at ICFF this year (see a bunch more roundups onsite and offsite …

Facelifts

Articles about space saving wood paneled apartment manhattan on Dwell.com - Dwell

Faced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight...<p>Five ways to open up a space to give yourself some breathing room.<p>A couple crafts an ample, but budget-friendly kitchen in Cobble Hill.<p>You may think that paneled walls …

Articles about modern storage solutions 5 smart built ins and closets on Dwell.com - Dwell

For a Toronto couple with a love of minimalist Japanese architecture, a sleek, storage-packed kitchen was the first priority in...<p>Grid-scale storage may be revolutionizing the market for clean energy.<p>Whether you're looking to add storage to a small space or seeking a distinctive wall hanging, the …

Outdoors

Hiking to the beach in Big Sur

Saffron<p>Why is saffron so expensive? And/or do you know an inexpensive place that sells and ships internationally?<p>Daily Photo – Hiking to the beach in …

The Blue

Paths in photos<p>I have a pretty good theory about paths in photographs! Here it is. I don’t know if it is right or not… but, well, probably.<p>So, when a …

Down the road

Wide angle tip<p>Here’s a very simple tip for shooting with a wide angle lens. Advanced people will know this already, so no need to read further! 🙂 …

When is the best time to visit US and Canada's National Parks?

When is the best time to visit the National Parks of the US and Canada? You might think the answer would be one of the summer months. But when we looked at the 'best time to go' picks by Lonely Planet guidebook authors for the most visited and best-known parks in the US and Canada and stacked them …

This tiny device will bring action sports to the next level

WHO KNOWS. Maybe if I had one of these back in 1990 counting how many backside 360s off a launch ramp I was landing I’d still be skating today. …

Extreme Sports

New Surreal Photo Manipulations by Sarolta Bn

Budapest, Hungary-based photographer Sarolta Bn recently released a new set of images that all have that surreal quality she's become known for. Bn's photo manipulations never cease to amaze us both for their creativity and the way they stretch the imagination. The self-taught artist has now been a …

Art

Typography Made with Dust Collected from 9/11 Aftermath

<i>Where Does the Dust Itself Collect?</i> is an installation by artist Xu Bing made of dust collected from the streets of lower Manhattan in the aftermath of September 11th, nearly 12 years ago. The scattered soot appears like a ghostly mist on the ground with a message that happens to be an excerpt from …

Folded Record Bureau by HM HandMade

I’m one of those people that still listens to vinyl and I’m not ashamed to admit it. There’s something about the crackling, lo-fi sound that only …

An Entirely Subjective Look at the Fuji X100S

When Fuji announced the X100 at Photokina in 2010, the photographic world stood up and took note. Here was a rangefinder style camera that …

Discover the Secrets of Beautiful Portrait Lighting

Today I’m excited to announce the launch of a new dPS eBook – Portraits Lighting the Shot – by Gina Milicia. In January of this year we released a …

Enfojer: An Analog Darkroom for Printing Your Digital Smartphone Photos

Enfojer is a new darkroom kit that mixes age-old analog photography processes with digital smartphone photography. It’s a simple and portable …

The Beauty Of Bricks In Burkina Faso

Before spending time in Burkina Faso in western Africa, photographer David Pace had his own preconceptions:<p>"There's really nothing there," he says he thought. "It's like the worst tourist destination ever."<p>And, of course, he adds, "all of my original conceptions were totally wrong."<p>It may be true …

Reflections 2013 photo contest

<b>The deadline of the Reflections 2013 photo contest has been extended until October 30, 2013.</b><p>Photo: Mary Tuggle<p>September 3, 2013 /Photography News/ …

Sport picture of the day: looking down on Janko Tipsarevic

First published on Tue 3 Sep 2013 11.59 EDT

9 Features Every Photography Website Needs Now

Do you typically update your photography website on looks alone? Silly snapper! There is so much more to consider when putting together your website. …

Setting The Mood By Adjusting Your White Balance

Photographers often deal with a variety of light sources, each of which has it’s own color cast. When compared to daylight in the middle of the day, …

Digital Photography

HOTTEA Blankets the Williamsburg Bridge in a Rainbow of Thread | Colossal

<p>Last week Minneapolis artist HOTTEA (previously here and here) stopped by NYC and created this excellent rainbow of thread atop the pedestrian …