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Man Teaches Himself Photography In Prison, Comes Out To Show The World What He’s Got

New York City-based photographer’s Donato Di Camillo is a self-taught professional photographer known for his gritty portraits from the heart of New …


Abandoned Olympic Venues From Around The World Or Why It’s The Biggest Waste Of Money Ever

The bobsleigh and luge track at Mount Trebevic, the Mount Igman ski-jumping course and related infrastructure are crumbling more and more with each …

Olympic Village

Photographs of everyday life in 1950s New York City discovered in an attic 45 years later

The vintage photographs you're about to see have an interesting history. They all came from a cardboard box filled with negatives that was unopened …

New York City

Bill Cunningham, Legendary Times Fashion Photographer, Dies at 87

Bill Cunningham, who turned fashion photography into his own branch of cultural anthropology on the streets of New York, chronicling an era’s ever-changing social scene for The New York Times by training his busily observant lens on what people wore — stylishly, flamboyantly or just plain sensibly …


These photos of the refugee crisis just won a Pulitzer Prize

Pulitzer Prize

Trapped inside a jellyfish

'Nature's tattoos': beauty of birthmarks showcased in Sydney photography exhibition

Artist and photographer Natalie McComas says she hopes her project 'In This Skin' will open up a conversation about birthmarks.


New York City, 1958

I Combined Old And New Photos Of Paris To Bring History To Life

I’m Julien Knez from Paris (France). I found photos of Paris taken between 1871 and 1968, and then photographed the same site from the same angle. …


I Got Lost In The Beauty Of Tokyo At Night

My name is Liam Wong, and I work in the video games industry as Graphic Design Director at Ubisoft, where I direct the ‘look and feel’ / visual …

A flying visit: Bird-watching in Australia

A pair of eclectus parrots, one of the 55 species found in Australia<p>T<p>ourists to Australia usually visit cities, especially Sydney. They take in urban …


Florida’s Shadow Country

Curran Hatleberg’s new project, “Shadow Country,” is named after Peter Matthiessen’s novel about the brutal Florida frontier of the early twentieth century. The Sunshine State of leisure and artifice, of Disney World and Miami Beach, is nowhere to be found. Rather, Hatleberg’s photographs are a …

American South


The Cost Of Applause: 15+ Pics To Celebrate Ballet Day

There's a good reason why Titanic's Rose couldn't stay on her toes longer than she did. It's damn hard! Those pink silk shoes hide black nails, …

Hong Kong In The 1950s Captured By A Teenager

These stunning photographs of Hong Kong in the 1950s are captured beautifully by a teenager. Ho Fan who arrived from Shanghai in 1949. The streets, …

Hong Kong

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The streets of 1970s New York City: A decade of urban decay

New York City

Ancient Trees: Woman Spends 14 Years Photographing World’s Oldest Trees

Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around …

James Nachtwey: 30 Years in TIME

<i>To celebrate James Nachtwey’s 30 years as a contract photographer for TIME, we have organized an exhibit of 54 layouts that have appeared in the magazine featuring his work from Chechnya to Somalia and from Afghanistan to Burma, along with a series of his powerful, previously unpublished</i> …


Charlie Kinross: Ghost Towns and Drive-Ins

Charlie Kinross went to the U.S. in search of the America he knew from films and TV. What he found, in the wastelands of Nevada, was far more …


Let's Reminisce over Airplanes that had Piano Bars, Cocktail Lounges, Pubs and Restaurants

<i>A</i>irlines today just aren’t up for a good party anymore. Look at those fancy folks hanging out in comfy swivel chairs, ordering Martinis and asking …

Tony Gleaton, 67, Dies, Leaving Legacy in Pictures of Africans in the Americas

Tony Gleaton, a photographer who turned his back on a career in New York fashion and embarked on an itinerant artistic quest, documenting the lives of black cowboys and creating images of the African diaspora in Latin America, died on Friday in Palo Alto, Calif. He was 67.<p>The cause was oral cancer, …

University of California

Tim Flach's fine animal portraiture – in pictures

Nature Photography

TeddyBär - in pictures

Beauty in ruins: abandoned places in Europe and Asia – in pictures


Flood, fire and Fukushima: environmental photographer of the year 2015 – in pictures


The Lost Art of Soba Delivery

Forget Menulog: fast food delivery peaked with the soba noodle cyclists of early 20th century Japan. Like circus performers or overexerted …

Modern Age