Savannah Stark

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Giving Away 5 Lomography Konstruktor DIY SLR Kits (and Film As Well)

<b>Update</b>: This giveaway is now over. The randomly selected winners have been announced at the end of this post.<p>Yesterday we picked the winner of our …

Photographs of Outdoor Trees Framed by Giant White Canvases

For his project titled “Tree,” South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee found solitary trees out in nature and then erected giant white canvas …

How to Use a Neutral Density Filter for Dynamic Landscape Photography

Neutral density filters are used to block some of the light coming into the lens so that we can have longer exposure times than the available light …

Landscape Photography

Jesse Owens, 1936 - a picture from the past

On 3 August 1936, Jesse Owens won the 100m sprint at the Berlin Olympics, the first of four Olympic gold medals that he won in Berlin. The city won the bid to host the Games in 1931, before the Nazis came to power. The Nazis saw the Games as a means of promoting their ideology of Aryan racial …

Sport picture of the day: a cascade of swimmers in Barcelona

At first glance you'd think this was a mass of swimmers diving into the water at the start of a triathlon or open water race, but upon (very) closer inspection the overlapping bodies and translucent parts of the bodies tells you that it is in fact a rather beautiful multiple exposure of a much …

Want to Own Your Own NASA Hasselblad Moon Camera?

Want to own a piece of photographic and space exploration history? An original Hasselblad 500EL Electric Camera kit has appeared on eBay. This is the …

What Mars Would Look Like if Captured Using Instagram or Hipstamatic

What would we think the surface of Mars looks like if NASA had equipped the Curiosity rover with a smartphone loaded with Instagram or Hipstamatic …

William Eggleston turned 74 yesterday. Happy Birthday to this master of color photography! "Memphis," ca. 1965. © Eggleston Artistic Trust. Gift of Caldecot Chubb

There’s only one week left to view “The Cyrus Cylinder and Ancient Persia: Charting a New Empire.” The Cylinder and sixteen related works, all on loan from the British Museum, reflect the innovations initiated by Persian rule in the ancient Near East (550–331 B.C.) and chart a new path for this empire, the largest the world had known. http://met.org/13gvQHK Omphalos Bowl Decorated with Lions | Achaemenid, 5th–4th century B.C. | British Museum, London

“The Civil War and American Art” considers how American artists responded to the Civil War and its aftermath. The works of art on display trace the trajectory of the conflict and express the intense emotions that it provoked. http://met.org/17GERO1 Winslow Homer (American, 1836–1910) | The Veteran in a New Field | 1865

Tate on Twitter: "Finally, here's Fire at Full Moon 1933 http://t.co/MxlSqhk9rX #Klee http://t.co/RmeDsKh3TY"

Replying to @<b>Tate</b><p>This one! “@<b>Tate</b>: Finally, here's Fire at Full Moon 1933 http://ow.ly/nsq5r #<b>Klee</b> pic.twitter.com/sYjhy05hKU”<p>0 replies 0 retweets 0 …

RT @yvettegresle: Meschac Gaba's Salon, Museum of Contemporary African Art @Tate children love the piano, & chocolate coins http://t.co/dQ2d7FhtgV

The most familiar Hawaiian instrument is the 'ukulele, a small type of guitar. The instrument was probably introduced to Hawaii in 1879 by Portuguese settlers from Madeira. The instrument was modified to suit local musical tastes and the Hawaiian 'ukulele was born. This work is among the oldest known 'ukulele. Featured Artwork of the Day: Ukulele | ca. 1880 | Hawaii, United States http://met.org/14X4U2X

This baby snow leopard has an unlikely best friend. Watch the adorable pair at play on Smithsonian Channel's "Baby Planet: Saving Species." http://ow.ly/nhT09

Taking the notion of "interpretive material" beyond some explanatory text, we commissioned poet Karen Holden to write about Lee Krasner's "Desert Moon": http://wp.me/piqEy-3Nh

Tate on Twitter: "#TateWeather It's looking dry and sunny, enjoy the weekend! http://t.co/mASOQQjs1P http://t.co/yQmswCwnx4"

“Eighteenth-Century Pastels” is now on view. This exhibition features pastels by Italian, French, British, German, and Danish artists. Most are portraits and they are on display in the New European Paintings Galleries, 1250-1800. http://met.org/15kvwxz Jean Claude Richard, Abbé de Saint-Non (French, 1727–1791) | The Two Sisters | 1770