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This Is Not Just A Story About Prostitution

First, a word of warning: This story features photos about prostitution. But under the surface, it's more than that. It's a story about photographic access, and how a friendship led to an intimate portrayal of a taboo subject. These are not just photos about prostitution; they're photos about a …

The World’s First Medium Format Smartphone Digital Back

A decent digital back for medium format cameras can easily cost you quite a few Benjamins. For the sake of the uninformed, a digital camera back is …

Sirens & Sinners: Weimar Cinema – in pictures

In Germany's Weimar years, while inflation soared, the film industry flourished. From the stylised horror-fantasies of expressionism to the realism of 'street films' and chamber dramas, German studios produced accomplished movies that continue to influence modern cinema. A new book about this era, …

3 Reasons to Shoot Vertical Aspect Landscapes and 6 Tips on How to Shoot Them

A Guest Contribution by Todd Sisson – author of our Landscape Photography eBook. The majority of landscape images are photographed in the horizontal …

Camera-Trap Images Offer a One of a Kind Look at Life on the Serengeti

Over the past few years, University of Minnesota researcher Ali Swanson has captured millions of photos of the animals of the Serengeti thanks to …

Expedition to Iceland for Timelapse Photography

In June 2013, photographer Eric Hines embarked on a 17-day, 4,000-mile adventure across Iceland, which he dubbed “Expedition Iceland.” The resulting …

Using a Giant Weather Balloon to Create Artificial Moonlight

Earlier this summer I was asked to shoot a campaign for Airwick USA to highlight the many uses for their new color changing candles. It was going to …

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v2 review

You may have read the article we wrote on Peak Design’s Leash & Cuff a little while back? The crazy bunch at Peak Design are at it again, this time …

Photography

Keith Johnson: The Chosen Place and Celestial Navigation

Keith Johnson has been a long time photographer friend, in fact one of his photographs hangs in my house and I look at it on a daily basis, so in …

Interesting Photo of the Day: Supercell Storm Brewing

Looking like a scene from <i>The Wizard of Oz,</i> this remarkable photo shows an ominous supercell storm descending on a farm in Nebraska. Professional …

Step-by-Step Creation of an Insane Clown Posse Composite Portrait

Check out this portrait of the hip hop duo Insane Clown Posse by photographer Paul Mobley and digital artist Mike Campau. Can you tell how it was …

A Japanese Dad’s Imaginative Conceptual Portraits of His 4-Year-Old Daughter

Japanese photographer Nagano Toyokazu is a dad much like all dads in that he loves his daughters, Miu and Kanna. Unlike most, however, he’s managed …

Beautiful Games: Olympic aftermaths

This time last year, London's Olympic Games were in full swing; it was day 11 and Alistair Brownlee was about to win triathlon gold at a canter. Yet, after so much sporting success, London 2012's broader legacy remains to be seen. Other cities which have hosted summer and winter Olympic Games have …

Photographer Captures Concealed Underwater River in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula

To the perceptive eye, one can tell that there is something unusual about the underwater images shot by underwater photographer Anatoly Beloshchin. …

Using Light Painting Photography to Create Ethereal Scenes

Viewers of Jason D. Page‘s light paintings often assume his artwork is the result of Photoshop trickery. But Page captures his colorful, dream-like …

Photographing Serengeti Lions Up Close Using Infrared, Robots and Drones

<i>National Geographic</i> photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols has spent the last few years in the Serengeti capturing NatGeo-worthy, one-of-a-kind photos …

Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert's best photograph – Scottish standard-bearers

In Selkirk, on the Scottish borders, there's a common riding festival every year to commemorate the battle of Flodden Field. All the men of Selkirk went off to fight 500 years ago, and only one returned – a man called Fletcher. A wreath is laid at the statue of him, and a group is picked to ride to …

Two Rivers by Carolyn Drake – review

A young woman sleeps beside a table laden with fruit, nuts and bread as a female shaman moves a knife over her body. A hooded woman, her face completely concealed by a flowery fabric, stands amid the shadows cast on the wall of her house. A gaggle of women in brightly coloured clothes shelter from …

Vivian Maier's pioneering street-style photography - in pictures

Vivian Maier is the best street photographer you've never heard of, blazing a trail for all today's street-style bloggers out there. As a new documentary reveals, she worked as a nanny in Chicago for 40 years, taking photographs in her free time, which together create an intimate portrait of …

Guardian Camera Club: YesBut's portfolio

A review of YesBut's portfolio. <i><br>The abstract colours and soft shapes of 'Bananas' makes for a dreamy image, the sharp drops of rain are an effective counterpoint. In complete contrast are the ultra clean lines and sharp angles of 'FTM', just the door handle anchoring this for us in the real world.</i> …

Nixon leaves the White House - a picture from the past

First published on Thu 8 Aug 2013 07.14 EDT

Burrowed In Brooklyn: A Little Ukrainian Beach Town

Resting on the southern shore of Brooklyn, between Coney Island and Manhattan Beach, is a place known to New York City dwellers as Brighton Beach. To some, though, it's just "Little Odessa."<p>Photographer Uliana Bazar grew up in Ukraine and had heard of "Little Odessa" during her childhood. The New …

Colorful Photos of the Aguitagueda Art Festival in Portugal

Many of you perhaps remember the beautiful canopy of floating umbrellas that engulfed the streets in Agueda, Portugal last year. Realizing that it …

Sport picture of the day: blue sky thinking for Tiger Woods

First published on Thu 8 Aug 2013 09.29 EDT

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