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Kodak Ektar 100: An Ideal, Affordable Film for Landscape Photography

In this article, we won’t be talking about cameras and film only. Today I also want to share with you a beautiful region of Ireland that I discovered …

Portable ‘LAB BOX’ Lets You Develop Film at Home Without a Darkroom

With the advent of digital photography, developing your own film is becoming something of a lost art. One of the hurdles to doing so is having a dark room to initially load your film for processing—without the danger of exposing it to light, and thereby ruining the film. (And if you’ve ever done …

Photography

How Color Filters Affect B&W Photos

If you’re new to film photography, chances are that you’ll get into shooting black and white sooner or later because you have been inspired by the …

Stunning New Book Captures 23 Years of Black and White Photography

'NO PLAN B' chronicles surreal, high contrast scenes from the American suburbs to the Arctic Ocean.<p>As other artists stray further from a direct style of photography, David J. Carol’s relationship to the medium’s roots grows stronger as the years pass. The photographer and editor-in-chief of Peanut …

The Arts

War photographer Ron Haviv: 'I won't die for a photo'

Ron Haviv started his career as a photojournalist in 1989 in Panama and there he took a photo showing the country's future vice-president being beaten by a paramilitary.<p>US President George Bush used it to justify the US invasion.<p>After Panama he went to Bosnia, where in 1992, he took another iconic …

Ron Haviv

A Wintry Ride in a Japanese Potbelly Stove Train

In northern Japan, the Tsugaru Railway operates between Tsugaru Goshogawara and Tsugaru Nakazato stations, about 12 miles apart, or a 45 minute ride through a quiet rural landscape. In the winter, the company operates a train with an old-fashioned potbelly stove to heat the passenger cars, to …

Trains

How to Shoot Street Photography with a 28mm Lens

As of early 2017, my only camera is the Ricoh GR II, which has a fixed-focal 28mm lens. I wanted to share my personal experiences shooting with a …

Street Photography

The Best Film Cameras You Can Buy Today

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Women's Health

The Basics of Outdoor Flash Photography

Using a flash outdoors requires you to factor in more variables to get a good shot. You can’t light the whole landscape with a flash, and you can’t …

Fujifilm GF670 Rangefinder Camera

Photography enthusiasts were saddened when Fuji announced that it was stopping production its beloved medium-format shooter three years ago. They …

Diane Arbus摄影作品:拍你害怕的东西

Diane Arbus(1923-1971),美国女摄影师,出生于一个富裕的犹太家庭,盛名时突然自杀的她是摄影史上最著名,也是最富争议的美国摄影师之一。1941年,18岁的Diane与青梅竹马的Allan结婚,这对夫妇开设了一个名为Diane & Allan Arbus的商业摄影机构,为《Vogue …

Touching portraits of 100-year-old Americans - CNN Style

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Capturing the euphoric disco club culture of 1970s New York

While London continues to fight for its nightlife, these images of disco clubs in the late 70s show the euphoria of the early clubbing scene. Specifically the late 1970s New York club scene, which embraced sexual and social multiculturalism.<p>Bill Bernstein’s photographs capture disco at its peak, …

Architecture Is About People, Not Buildings. These Photos Prove It

Architectural photography often eschews humans, but these photographers focus on the relationship between people and buildings.<p>A building is a building. Right? But in the hands of skilled photographers, the built environment becomes much more than an amalgam of glass, concrete, and steel–instead, …

Architecture

I See The World In Infrared

My name is James Zwadlo and this is a series of surreal Infrared photo-manipulations.<p>This project started through a conversation I had with Gmunk …

Point of View Street Photography With the Fujifilm X-Pro 2

Fujifilm’s X-Pro 2 is known for its Leica-esq appearance and, much like the Leica, also known and revered in street photography circles as a camera …

At age 76, this man carries on his passion of repairing old film cameras

Gian Luigi Carminati, 76, of Milan, has been repairing analog cameras for nearly his entire life and he shows no signs of stopping. His story was …

Steven Spielberg

RX100 V With World’s Fastest AF Announced | Sony

NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2016 - Sony - a worldwide leader in digital imaging and the world’s largest image sensor manufacturer - has today announced a new …

Cameras

Medium-format meets the modern age: Hasselblad X1D-50c shooting experience

Hasselblad’s X1D-50c caused quite a stir when it was announced over the summer, as its mirrorless design and relatively tiny size defied what we …

Cameras

Do This Now: Dramatic Landscapes With Long Exposures | Sony

When you're in the field, you should always look for the best angle, framing, composition options possible. This requires a lot of scouting, precise …

Landscape Photography

We Asked Pro Photographers To Reveal Their Favorite Compact Cameras

Yashica T4 Super (around $300), selected by Landon Nordeman, photographer "My point 'n shoot is old school. It's a film<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Kenneth Bachor …

Photography

National Geographic’s ‘Photograph of the Year’ Is A Digital Fake

A digitally manipulated image of a great white shark jumping out of the water was believed to be National Geographic’s 2016 “Photograph of the Year” …

Sean O'Hagan's top 10 photography exhibitions of 2016

From Elton John’s ravishing collection to the early days of Diane Arbus and the beautiful worlds of Paul Strand, here are the best photography shows of 2016<p>More on the best culture of 2016<p>1 Paul Strand: Photography and Film for the 20th Century<p><i>Victoria and Albert Museum, London</i><p>British galleries …

Street Photography

‘Photography Reinvented’ at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

The renovated East Building of Washington, D.C.’s National Gallery of Art (NGA) is spectacular. Closed for three years, the famous I.M. Pei-designed …

Eerie portraits of cars in 1970s New York – in pictures

Langdon Clay spent two years in the 1970s roaming the streets of New York at night, photographing parked and abandoned cars, a period when America was producing some of the most distinctive cars ever made. Forty years later the collection has been published in his new book, Cars – New York City …

Buick

Night Photography by Andreas Levers

At Night, an ongoing photo project by Andreas Levers.Andreas Levers is actually working as a media designer in Potsdam, Germany. Photography is the …

Photography

Seven decades of classic photography from the Observer

As the world’s oldest Sunday newspaper celebrates its 225th birthday, we bring you a selection of its award-winning photojournalism – from the 1950s to the present

Fashion Photography

Grim Photos of Gang Life in Brooklyn from the Early 2000s

The photographer known as Boogie has been documenting street life, gang violence, and crime in marginalized communities for two decades.<p><i>Warning: This article contains some graphic images.</i><p>The career of the photographer known as Boogie is as diverse as it comes. He's known for shooting athletes like …

Street Photography