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Ferrania to reintroduce improved version of Imation slide film

written by Lomography on 2018-01-24 #people<p>Lomographer Yoshitaka Goto is known in the community for his jaw-dropping multiple exposure photographs …

Michael Kamber and Louie Palu Talk About Photographing The War in Iraq and Afghanistan

Stories from photographers on the front lines are sometimes amongst the toughest to swallow. And this one from Photographers Michael Kamber and Louie …

What It’s Like to Be a Photojournalist

Photojournalists can’t rely on elaborate lighting equipment or Photoshop to craft award-winning shots. Instead, they must wait for the crucial moment …

Photography

The Rise and Decline of Film, As Told from Film’s Perspective

Film has seen better days. With legends like Kodak’s Kodachrome gone, and staples like Fujifilm’s Neopan 400 very recently following suit, most news …

Parao Leprosy Hospital. A photo essay by Darragh Mason Field

July 13, 2013 /Photography News/ Avadhoot Bhagwan Ram Kustha Sewa Ashram is located on the other bank of the Ganges. The temple was founded in 1961 …

New Documentary on the Secret Street Photographer

The last few years have seen the rise of one name from unknown amateur to photography legend — Vivian Maier. Over the course of a lifetime that saw …

Photolucida: Dima Gavrysh: Inshallah

<b>Inshallah</b><p><i>Inshallah (God willing in Arabic) is a project that explores the Soviet and American occupations of Afghanistan, and draws on my childhood</i> …

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

New South Wales Government Criticized for Censoring Photojournalism Exhibition

The Reportage Festival in Sydney, Australia is a well-known Vivid exhibition that displays the powerful work of some of the world’s best …

The Life and Work of Wayne Miller

Last Wednesday, at the age of 94, former Magnum president and photographer Wayne Miller passed away at his home in California. For decades, Miller …

The Stunning Work of Jeremy Lock: 7 Time Military Photographer of the Year

Whenever Air Force Master Sergeant Jeremy Lock raises his camera to his eye, he becomes a man on a mission. “You look for the moment, that brief …

Photography

Tim Walker: a very different fashion photographer - in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2013/may/24/tim-walker-photographer-in-pictures<p>720<p>From Tilda Swinton and Agnes Deyn to surrealist …

Garry Winogrand's classic and unseen photographs – gallery

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2013/may/18/garry-winogrand-classic-and-unseen-photographs<p>720<p>Garry Winogrand is seen by many as the …

Garry Winogrand, edited by Leo Rubinfien et al – review

To say that Garry Winogrand was productive is to dramatically understate the case. When he died in 1984, he left behind a huge archive: over 35,000 …

Learn Composition from the Photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson

<b>Update</b>: The Foundation of Henri Cartier-Bresson has asked that this article be taken down. Apologies.

Freedom riders - picture of the day

Savar, Bangladesh - picture of the day

Bill Brandt - picture of the day

Congo collective won't mention the war

They are young. They are skilled. They are fed up with the dark narrative international media keep reporting on their region. Génération Elili, which …

San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the most violent city in the world - in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2013/may/01/honduras-violent-city<p>720<p>Reuters photographer Jorge Cabrera travels to San Pedro Sula, …

Sebastião Salgado on His Powerful Photo Projects and His Shift to Conservation

The photographic story of Sebastião Salgado doesn’t begin when he was handed a camera as a child. It, like a few others we’ve shared, begins much …

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

Rohyingya. Myanmar’s internally displaced. Photo essay by Phil Behan

Community members in the remote river village of Inbargyi in Myanmar's Rakhine State. Locals say the village was attacked by a large group of people …

Iconic war photography - audio slideshow

War/Photography has won the prestigious Kraszna-Krausz best photography book award at this year's Sony world photography awards. Here, author Anne …

Sir Norman Parkinson, fashion photographer, celebrated in Google doodle

Modern fame is a birthday lottery. If you were born a hundred years ago, and did anything, Google might celebrate you on its search page. It's a …

Sichuan earthquake aftermath - picture of the day

London's crime scenes: murder in the city

Back in the 1930s and 40s, the New York photographer Weegee (Arthur Fellig) specialised in taking shots of crime scenes. Using a police-band …

Photos of the Deserted Streets of Boston

As authorities close in on the second suspected bomber, Bostonians seek refuge in their homes leaving the streets empty and lifeless. Once busy areas …