Duong H Nguyen

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Still-life photography tips

<b>Still-life photography leaves nothing to chance. Tim Clinch explains how to maximise the potential of this classical and underused genre of</b> …


A selection of photographs by New York-based artist Sara Cwynar

A selection of photographs by New York-based artist Sara Cwynar.<p>Cwynar’s work explores the rhetoric of the photograph through a constant re-contextualization of collected imagery.

Absolutely in LOVE with Iranian painter, Afarin Sajedi’s illusory portrait series. 

Absolutely in LOVE with Iranian painter, Afarin Sajedi’s illusory portrait series.

Why These Professional Photographers Still Print Their Photos

<i>All images used with permission. Lead image by Victoria Yore.</i><p>For some photographers, printing is the ultimate way of displaying photos. It brings the …


The Photographer Who Revolutionized French Elle

A new exhibition in Paris celebrates the work of Swiss fashion photographer Peter Knapp, who worked as French <i>Elle</i>’s artistic director in the 1960s …

Fashion Photography

Monarchy's "mid:night" Shows How the Electropop Group Takes Video Art as Seriously as Their Music (premiere)

It's been a decade since Ra Black and Andrew Armstrong, two Australian-bred electronica aficionados, became naturalized Londoners and immersed …


20+ Rarely Seen Photos Show The Harsh Reality Of Russia In The 90’s, And Some Photos Might Shock You

During the 1990's Russia went through an enormous economic, social and political transition following the dissolution of the USSR. These events …


Reuters wins Pulitzers for Philippines reporting, Rohingya photography

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Reuters won Pulitzer Prizes on Monday for international reporting and photography while the New York Times and Washington Post shared honors for exposing sexual harassment in America and detailing the U.S. investigation of Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential …

Sexual Harassment

Hours of Sport Events Photoshopped Into Dizzying Single Photos

“Crowded Fields” is a new eye-popping photo project by photographer Pelle Cass, who used Photoshop to combine hours of sporting events and hundrds of …


Photos of Loneliness in New York City

Photographer Luc Kordas first moved from Europe to New York City in 2014 after living in six different countries in six different years. Since then, …


A Collection of Lenins, on the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Russia is marking the 100th anniversary of the 1917 October Revolution on November 7, 2017. Vladimir Lenin’s Bolsheviks stormed the Winter Palace, in the second of two revolutions in 1917, which, combined, ended Tsarist rule and set the stage for the creation of the Soviet Union. Lenin died in …


Photos of the Week: 11/18–11/24

A cross-border wedding in southern California, the repatriation of 40,000-year-old remains in Australia, “Hammy,” the deer with a hammock stuck in his antlers, in British Columbia, Turkey pardoning in Washington D.C., Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, Black Friday in Brazil, and much more.

Royal Navy

The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, just announced its shortlist of winners for 2018. This year's contest attracted nearly 320,000 entries from more than 200 countries. The organizers have again been kind enough to share some of …

National Parks

Jay Maisel: How a Master Photographer Uses Gesture in Images to Tell a Story

“I really do not consider myself to be a storyteller,” Jay Maisel says. “Pictures are basically anecdotal anyway.” In his studio full of artifacts …


Beyond the Landscapes: Ansel Adams in Manzanar

American photographer Ansel Adams remains one of the most renowned photographers today, and his photographs of American landscape and wilderness are …

Ansel Adams

Feeling Flushed: The Toilet as a Still Life

The toilet has a humble and immodest history in photography. So, to follow in the footsteps of the greats, I set out to review it's past and recreate …


Fujifilm Officially Killing Off All B&W Film and Photo Paper

Fujifilm today officially announced that it will be discontinuing its popular Neopan 100 Acros film in October 2018, bringing an end to the Acros …

New Albums

The Story Behind John F. Kennedy’s Favourite Image of Himself

American fashion and portrait photographer Mark Shaw captured the Kennedys at home in the 1960s, in a series of unprecedented intimate images<p>In what …

Historical Photography

Photographer Vicki King’s latest work is as dreamy and otherworldly as ever

Vicki King is one of those photographers whose images make you want to step straight into the world they create. Her subjects seem to inhabit …


Using Scanography to Create Images of Plants

Since its inception, photographers have found weird and wonderful ways to create photographic images in amazing styles and mediums. The first …


Photographer celebrates the freedom of getting naked

Are you a never-nude?<p>Or are you more comfortable letting it all hang out?<p>Our attitudes towards nudity can reveal a lot about our comfort with our …

Ashley Graham Looks Amazing In This Unretouched Fashion Shoot

At this point in Ashley Graham’s career it would be redundant to list all the ways she's been tirelessly working to redefine what it means to be a …

Decaying Bathrooms: Abandoned Photography by Ralph Graef

<b>Ralph Graef</b> is a self-taught photographer and a cell biologist who was born in southern Bavaria, spent most of his life in Munich and currently based …


The Stunning Winners of The 2018 Birth Becomes Her Photography Contest

The winners of the <b>2018 Birth Becomes Her photography contest</b> were recently announced and this year, the photos are more stunning than ever. They …

Green Bay

In the park

Sunday with Wilson (p.1)

The Tet Offensive: 50 years later, photographs and memories still haunt Vietnam War photographer Don McCullin

<i>Don McCullin, a British conflict photographer for nearly six decades, was knighted in 2016 in recognition of his work. He wrote the following essay for The Washington Post’s Outlook section in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive.</i><p>It was 50 years ago this month, and yet, almost …

Vietnam War