Visual Arts | Visual Arts

How to Photograph Fireworks Like a Pro

If you want to nail some spectacular shots on the 4th of July or New Year's, you'll want to pay attention to a few key tips.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Photographer Sues Woman Over Her 90-Year-Old Grandmother's Wallpaper

Photographer sues woman who posted image of her grandmother's apartment, featuring his photo-based wallpaper, on a property rental website.

Pets & Animals | Animals!

Is the border collie the world's most intelligent dog? Stunning photography reveals just how clever this sheep dog is

Photographer and farmer Amy Bateman documents the day-to-day behaviour of her working border collies, offering an intimate view into the life of this highly intelligent sheep dog.

Books | Books

Top 10 books every aspiring photographer should read

Get inspired, boost your technique and understand photography more broadly with these classic and modern photography titles. Working on your photogra...

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

7 iPhone Camera Tricks You Should Add To Your Skills

In an age where smartphones are our primary cameras, mastering the art of iPhone photography can greatly enhance your photography skills. The iPhone's .

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Photographer Spent Eight Years Capturing Life on the Gritty New York Subway in the 1970s and 1980s

Willy Spiller spent 8 years photographing the NYC subway in the 1970s and 1980s, now his work is being republished in a new edition of "Hell on Wheels".

Visual Arts | Digital Photography

This Photographer Shares His Edited Photos To Show How Much Online Images Are Photoshopped

Taking a good picture isn't easy. Taking an awesome picture is even harder. And taking an impossible picture is, well, impossible.

Visual Arts | Art

Want to Become a Great Photographer? Focus on These 5 Tips

From technical mastery to a distinct creative style, here are 5 things you need to focus on to become a great photographer.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Amazing Photos From The Old Wild West You Might Be Surprised Exist

In the 1800s, the Wild West was a lawless land where bands of outlaws roamed free. It was a time of heroes and villains, adventure, and danger. Surprisingly, some photos from this era still exist, offering a unique glimpse into an often romanticized perio

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50 Must-See Moments In History

No one can predict the future, but we can better understand the present by looking back at history. Here are 100 must-see historical moments – significant events that have shaped our world. From wars and revolutions to scientific discoveries and technol

News | News

Lia Baram – My Recent Photos from Kfar Saba Israel

Lia Baram – My Recent Photos from Kfar Saba Israel Lia is ten years old and loves taking photos of her environment. Enjoy her latest ones.    

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

A.I. Imagery Is Not Photography, It Never Will Be

Artificial intelligence can now generate images that look indistinguishable from photographs, but should the creations be considered "photos"?

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Smithsonian Places 4.5 Million Historic Images Into the Public Domain

Part of the Smithsonian’s Open Access platform, the institution invites you to get creative with its images.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Couple Finds Trove of 2,000 Cameras and Lenses in Storage Unit

A couple in Massachussetts has found a treasure trove of over 2,000 vintage cameras and lenses while cleaning out a storage unit.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

NASA Releases Stunning 4K Video of Apollo 13 Views of the Moon, Ending All Conspiracy Theories - news.scienceclub

NASA has developed a stunning view of the Moon using data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and combined with the views recorded by Apollo 1

Pets & Animals | Animals & Pets

Photographer Catches Falcon Hitching a Ride on a Goose

A wildlife photographer captured a "once in a lifetime" photo of a peregrine falcon hitching a ride on a goose.

Visual Arts | Digital Photography

Animated Chart: The Smartphone Effect on the Camera Market

Have smartphones fully replaced cameras? This video charts 70 years of camera sales and how smartphones have affected the market.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Pentax Launches New 35mm Camera Project After Film Resurgence

Ricoh has announced it's launching research and development into new Pentax film cameras after a surge in interest in analog photography.

Science & Technology | Technology

Newer iPhones Allow You to Measure Someone's Height Instantly — Here's How - MacRumors

iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, and iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models feature a LiDAR Scanner next to the rear camera that can...

Science & Technology | Technology

How to Record Video With Background Music on iPhone - MacRumors

This article explains how to record a video on iPhone while playing music from any app. Keep reading to learn how it works. Have you noticed that...

Science & Technology | Technology

How to Remove the Background From Any Image on iPhone

Apple's Visual Lookup feature makes it so easy to remove the messy background from your photos. Learn how to take advantage of it.

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

1950s Photo Studio is a Perfectly Preserved Time Capsule | PetaPixel

E. Chambré Hardman was a prominent British photographer in the 20th century, his career started in the 1920s and stretched into the 1970s.

History | History

Artist Colorizes Old Photos, And They Might Change The Way You Perceive History

To give you a better idea of reality back in the day, we want to show you some works of Sebastien de Oliveira. He is an illustrator and a photographer who colorizes old photos, giving them more life.

Visual Arts | Photography

Kodak is Hiring Film Technicians: 'We Cannot Keep Up with Demand'

Eastman Kodak is hiring technicians as the company struggles to keep up with consumer demand for color film.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Backyard Astrophotographer Uses $500 Telescope to Photograph Same Spot Captured by NASA’s $16B Space Telescope

This brilliant astrophotographer compares his photo of the Pillars of Creation captured with a $500 telescope to the one taken by NASA‘s $16 billion space telescope.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

“Vintage Weird Celebrates Genuine, Verifiable Vintage Weirdness”: 115 Of The Weirdest Pics From This Facebook Group

A list of fascinating photos celebrating genuine, verifiable vintage weirdness from the Vintage Weird Facebook group.

Visual Arts | Photography

Thomas Hoepker Looks Back at Six Decades of Photojournalism — Blind Magazine

The Magnum Photos member revisits his storied career in a new exhibition and monograph.

Visual Arts | Photography

The Dennis Hopper Photograph That Caught Los Angeles

The actor stopped at an intersection, took out his Nikon, and made history.

Science & Technology | Science

How I Took a Photo of the Andromeda Galaxy from My Backyard

Photographer Brennan Gilmore shares how he captured a stunning photo of the Andromeda galaxy from his own backyard.

Visual Arts | Photography

Canon Is Planning Huge Announcements | Fstoppers

Canon has been chugging along the last few years, releasing some impressive mirrorless cameras and lenses. It seems they have no intention of stopping, with another major announcement of multiple cameras and lenses coming soon. Canon Rumors is reporting t

Travel | Travel

People Are Sharing The Coolest Picture They've Ever Taken On Vacation, And It's Better Than Any Instagram Feed You'll See

"I spent four days camping out there, just me and a local guide. I took a million photos, but this was one of my favorites."

Visual Arts | Photography

Macro Photographer Captures Eye-mazing Portraits Showcasing the Swirling Beauty of the Iris

Photographer Giannina Roche captures macro photography that focuses on the swirling beauty of the iris of the eye.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Look at This Picture of a Single Atom | What Do Atoms Look Like?

This award-winning photo shows a single atom floating in an electric field—and you can see it with the naked eye if you really look hard.

Visual Arts | Photography

How to Photograph Low Light Cityscapes: The Best Gear and Techniques

If you follow these tips, techniques, and gear recommendations, you'll never be disappointed with your low-light cityscape photos again.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

A Teenager's Photos of 1970s Brooklyn NYC

  Anthony Catalano’s photographs of Brooklyn, New York City, in the mid-1970s were mostly developed in his darkroom in Boro Park darkroom in the 70s. “Remember the snow storm of ’78?” he asks. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Anthony died on March 1st, 2014.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Astrophotographer snaps his 'clearest ever photo of the SUN' | Daily Mail Online

Andrew McCarthy, an astrophotographer from Arizona, layered 150,000 individual pictures of the glowing ball of fire to convey the intricate stunning detail of the solar system's largest star.

History | History

55 Iconic American History Photos And The Stories Behind Them

From the Civil War to the Great Depression to the Space Race, these famous photos show American history as it really happened.

News | News

Assaf Erez – Explores His New Photos of Israel

Assaf Erez – Explores His New Photos of Israel Assaf takes us to the beach and on the streets of the cities and villages throughout Israel.

Home Improvement | In the Garden

The 10 Most Photographed Gardens Around the World

From the New York Botanical Garden to Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay, here are the horticultural locales that visitors love to photograph.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

The Best iPhone Camera Apps of 2021

As there is not a one-size-fits-all best camera for all, there certainly is not any single best iPhone app, but these are the best for most.

Visual Arts | Photography

How to Shoot Portraits: Tips for Beginner Photographers | Shutterbug

If you're a beginner photographer who wants to learn how to shoot portraits, there are lots of resources out there. One place we turn to frequently for great beginner photography portrait tips is Bach Photography. In the below video, Bach explains in plai

Visual Arts | Photography

Photographer Wanders NYC Streets To Reveal Neo-Noir Stories Hiding in Plain Sight

Photographer Nicolas Millers' neo-noir images capture the cinematic nature of life in historic New York City.

News | News

Assaf Erez – Presents Once Again His Unique Photos on Israel

Assaf Erez – Presents Once Again His Unique Photos on Israel Assaf provides us with his unique and often off-beat view of a side of Israel most would see as every day. But he views it through a lens of an Israeli that has spent all his life in Israe

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

Ed van der Elsken at the Rijksmuseum: an exhibition full of surprises | Financial Times

An unfinished book found in Dutch photographer’s archives is just one of the discoveries on show

Home Improvement | In the Garden

Favorite Autumn Gardens from Garden Photo of the Day - FineGardening

Fall is often a favorite time of year for gardeners. Winter is dreary. Spring is frenetic, filled with garden chores. Summer is hot, and we’re constantly worried about if we […]

Visual Arts | Photography

This Photo by Stephen Dalton Isn't Photoshopped. It's Kodachrome!

Photographer Stephen Dalton shot this photo of a Lacewing Fly in the 1970s using Kodachrome. It's a single photo with no Photoshop.

Science & Technology | Tech News

iPhone 12 Pro Max camera: Why this pro photographer is super excited - CNET

A longer zoom, a bigger image sensor and vastly improved night mode? Count me in.

Miscellaneous | Stuff

5 photo tricks to try with your iPhone while you're bored in quarantine this fall

Self isolating at home? Here are five great ways you can keep your creativity skills on point.

Pets & Animals | Other Kinds Of Animals

Hilarious Finalists of the 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Check out the hilarious finalists of the 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, which show the humor of animals.

Music | Music

Beatles photographer Astrid Kirchherr dies aged 81

Beatles photographer Astrid Kirchherr dies aged 81 | Music | The Guardian

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff!

Getty uses remote working in effort to preserve photo archive

Site in London seeking to prevent damage to millions of images during UK lockdown

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Space Images | Curiosity's 1.8-Billion-Pixel Panorama

NASAs Curiosity rover captured its highest-resolution panorama of the Martian surface between Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, 2019.

Style & Fashion | Style & Fashion

Lancôme and Photographers Duo Mert & Marcus Announce a Flaming Hot New Make-up Collection

/CNW/ -- Lancôme and Mert & Marcus unveils a unique make-up capsule collection. The world's leading luxury beauty brand and the photographers duo bring their...

Miscellaneous | Stuff I Like

Concorde's last flight: Is this the greatest aviation photograph of all time?

In 2003, Lewis Whyld took an instantly classic photograph of the Concorde on its last flight, soaring over the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, United Kingdom.

Visual Arts | Digital Photography

Awesome phone photography: How to take great-looking pictures on iPhone or Android

Here's how to get the best results from your smartphone photography, whether you're on iPhone or Android.

Style & Fashion | Style & Fashion

Photographer to the stars Terry O'Neill dies aged 81

He took some of the first photographs of The Beatles, and his death is described as the "end of an era".

Visual Arts | Photography

New video pits the iPhone 11 Pro against a Canon DLSR, and it’s closer than ever

YouTuber Matti Haapoja has put the iPhone 11 Pro to the test against a $7,500 DSLR camera – can you tell which image is from the iPhone?

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Life in Alaska in the Round-the-Clock Darkness of Polar Night | The New Yorker

Coralie Kraft writes on the photo series “Polar Night,” by the photographer Mark Mahaney, which chronicles a two-month winter period of uninterrupted darkness in Utqiagvik, Alaska.

Entertainment | Entertainment

"It Was the Last Good Time": Celebrity Photographer Randall Slavin Shares Candid Photos from '90s Hollywood Hangouts

“It was the last good time where you could fully let go, and I was fortunate to have a front row ticket to most of it,” he says, reflecting on the photos in his new book, We All Want Something Beautiful.

Visual Arts | Photography

Photography Cheat Sheet: Privacy and Copyright for Photographers

Today's photography cheat sheet is all about the rights and responsibilities of photographers when it comes to matters concerning copyright and privacy.

Visual Arts | Photography

In the Mirrorless Age, Here’s an Argument for a DSLR

Mirrorless cameras might be the future. But there's a reason why most professional photographers still choose to shoot with a DSLR.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Celebrities on Planes in the 1970s: The Photos

In these photographs from the same decade—when air travel wasn't the nightmare it is today—​movie stars and musicians relax, party, and pose on their private jets.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

8 photographers share the best way to store and organize the photos on your phone

Headlines about crushing student loan debt seem to have made a pretty strong impression on college-bound students in Generation Z, defined as a more-than 70 million strong cohort of teens and young adults born after 1996 — or more generally as those…

Science & Technology | Science

This Milky Way Photo on Nat Geo is Raising Eyebrows

National Geographic recently published a series of gorgeous photos by photographer Beth Moon that shows some of the world’s oldest trees under the stars. But one photo, in particular, is now raising eyebrows after sharp-eyed readers noticed something strange about it.

Visual Arts | Photography

Garry Winogrand's Color Street Photo Exhibit is Enthralling and Confusing

Garry Winogrand Color is a fantastic exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum that showcases much of the photographer's rarely seen slide film.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

The Infinite Scroll: Life under the unbreakable lure of the screen.

“Phoning it in” means to do something with very little effort or enthusiasm. The idiom seems oddly prescient now, given that it dates back to a time before the internet.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

14 Influencers Talk About Their Most Popular Image on Instagram - Feature Shoot

© Christopher Anderson Christopher Anderson “To be honest, this IG thing confuses me. Some images I am convinced will be crowd pleasers don’t generate interest, and then some that I almost don’t post because I think they are not good en

News | Interesting Links

Unearthing Photography’s Time Capsule - The New York Times

Four trailblazing photographers — Robert Frank, Robert Heinecken, Dave Heath and John Wood — collaborated on a project that was hidden for 30 years.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

The New York City Subway in the 1970s: The Photos

The MTA gives New Yorkers plenty to complain about these days, but hey: at least they got rid of all that graffiti (and crime). 

History | History

History Comes to Life Through Beautiful Colorized Photographs

"The Paper Time Machine" is a book that pulls together 124 colorized historic photos by Jordan Lloyd of Dynamichrome and Wolfgang Wold of Retronaut.

Science & Technology | Tech

The Best Camera Apps for the iPhone | Digital Trends

Smartphone cameras are nothing to scoff at, but there's something to be said for an app that works to extend the functionality of your phone. If you're looking to improve your Instagram game, or to simply capture better stills, we've rounded up some of th

Science & Technology | Technology

How to shoot on iPhone - Photography - Apple

Portrait Lighting on iPhone 8 Plus makes it easy to add artistic studio lighting effects to your portraits.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Hubble captures mysterious nebula in gorgeous new image – BGR

You might think that with so many telescopes at its disposal NASA and the astronomy community at large would have plenty of time to gaze at whatever they want, but space is just so big that even some of the most interesting anomalies in the sky fall throu

Pets & Animals | I Love Dogs

Pet Photographer Kaylee Greer Highlights Dogs in Shelters: Photos

Kaylee Greer, a pet photographer, is using her talent to highlight dogs in shelters — find out more

Visual Arts | Photography

The Mystery Man Who Spent 20 Years Photographing North American Buildings

His name was Barry Gfeller, and he left behind an astonishing 50,000 previously unseen images.

Visual Arts | Photography

Quick Tip: How to Use Your Camera’s Live View Mode to Get the Correct Exposure Every Time | Shutterbug

Here’s a simple trick that will help you get the right exposure in your photos without all the unnecessary stress. According to photographer Pierre T. Lambert who shares the quick tip in the short video below, the technique will speed up your shooting p

Visual Arts | Photography

Olloclip has the Killer iPhone Camera Lens Kit You've Been Waiting For | The Manual

Smartphones ushered in this latest generation of mobile “prosumer” photography. While smartphone cameras aren’t yet up to par with their DSLR counterparts, they’re getting there. Thanks to clever add-on lenses like the latest from olloclip, they m

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

NASA Captures Exploding Star

NASA scientists captured images of a supernova, or an exploding star, for the first time and we are totally transfixed by the video. While NASA has been able

Pets & Animals | Animals

Wildlife photographer captures osprey carrying shark, carrying fish in 'one-in-a-trillion photograph' | Fox News

A photographer in Florida captured a stunning photo of an osprey carrying a small shark in its talons. The shark also had a fish in its mouth.

Miscellaneous | Mid Century

These photos show an idealized vision of midcentury America… with a subtle hint of weirdness

Not much is known about Nina Leen, the Russian-born Life photographer who moved to New York in 1939 and proceeded to spend the next four decades making some of the best — and least remembered —…

Science & Technology | Technology

This is How Smartphone Cameras Have Improved in the Past 5 Years

DxOMark has published an interesting look at how smartphone cameras have evolved and improved over the past half decade, starting from when the camera test

Pets & Animals | Animals

Giant Pacific Octopus totally engulfs scuba diver [Video]

This incredible footage was recorded by Dennis Chow at Dillon Rock near the amazing Browning Pass, just north of Port Hardy on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. While exploring a wall during this particular dive, Dennis, Shaz and Wes noticed a Giant Pac

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

Apply the Rule of Thirds in your Photography - streetbounty.com

The Rule of Thirds is a basic compositional Tip that can make your photographs more visually pleasing in an instant. Learn how to apply this simple tip.

Visual Arts | Photography

52 Week Photography Challenge for 2018 - DIY Photography

The first two Dogwood Photography 52 Week Challenges were an amazing success, with tens of thousands of photographers participating from around the world. We enter the third year of the challenge with the Community Challenge! This challenge has been creat

Science & Technology | Tech

Twenty tips for creating better looking drone footage - DIY Photography

Shooting with a drone gives you an entirely new perspective and opens up plenty of new possibilities. Whether you use it for photography or video, using a drone requires some skill and planning if you want to make the best out of it. Stewart Carroll from

Visual Arts | Photography

How To Overcome Fears Of Photographing Strangers

HAPTIC presents the Ultimate Beginner's Guide for Street Photography Series -- visualizations of essential photography lessons and tips by ANNETTE KIM. Annette researched, synthesized, and visualized the key lessons to present to you a fun, easy to read V

Visual Arts | Photography

Here’s Why You Should Use Vintage Lenses with Your Modern Mirrorless Digital Camera | Shutterbug

There’s been a growing trend among digital photographers to use vintage lenses on modern mirrorless cameras. Why would you want to do that? Among other reasons is that old manual focus lenses often sell for a fraction of the cost of their current autofo

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

These are 15 of the best photos scientists took in 2017 — and they show the world in stunning ways

For their jobs, scientists explore the most unique corners of our world, observing the beauty of nature. There's lots of incredible photo opportunities.

Miscellaneous | OTHER STUFF

Photographing Eastern Europe's Fading Jewish Architecture – Tablet Magazine

Photographer David Kaufman looks at the world through a historical lens. Quite literally, in fact, as he shoots with bellows, the folding attachment used on cameras since the Civil War. Though Kaufman is fascinated by the past, his old-fashioned equipmen

Pets & Animals | Animals

Photographer captures cats midair in ninja poses

Hisakata Hiroyuki, a talented photographer from Japan, has managed to snap a group of mortal tomcats in a variety of high-flying kung fu poses. Using his own rapid-fire reactions, he photographs the lovable cats flying through the air, their legs and paw

Pets & Animals | Animals

Photos: The Supreme Cat Show

The one-day Supreme Cat Show is one of the largest cat fancy competitions in Europe with over one thousand cats being exhibited. Exhibitors travel from all over to enter their cats into categories including Persian, Semi-Longhair, British, Foreign, Burmes

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Photos: abandoned real-life ghost town

In the hills east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California, they used to mine gold. Now, Bodie is a ghost town, and for those allowed in at night, its slowly deteriorating houses, vehicles, and shops tell a story of time against the backdrop of the st

Visual Arts | Photography

This is the Kit This Pro Uses for Travel Photography And Why He Chose It

Photographers! Let's talk a little about this! This is the Kit This Pro Uses for Travel Photography And Why He Chose It

History | History

This woman’s portraits of wartime Greyhound passengers reveal faces of fatigue and resolve

World War II must have been exhausting, even on the home front. Beside the stress of waiting for loved ones to return from overseas, training for new jobs, or being forcibly detained, Americans were…

Science & Technology | Tech

Google's New Algorithm Makes Your Photos Perfect—Before You Take Them | WIRED

Snap a photo and the neural network can identify exactly how to make it look better in under 20 milliseconds.

Visual Arts | Photography

Top 10 Best Cameras For Travel Photography - The Adventure Junkies

Travel Cameras 101. Find out why you need a good camera, what to consider when choosing one and the best cameras for travel photography available.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

This video series teaches you all the Photoshop basics for free

Popular YouTube channel TastyTuts has put together this 33-video Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop—a godsend for anybody who wants to learn Photoshop from scratch.

Visual Arts | Photography

The Top 10 Things I Wish I Had Known as a Beginner Photographer

Oh the road to becoming the best photographer you can be, you come across loads of useful information... and some not-so-useful information. Sometimes, it'

Entertainment | Entertainment

People Are Sharing Photos of Real-Life Places That Belong in a Wes Anderson Film

Director Wes Anderson has a specific style to his films. One subreddit finds places around the work with a Wes Anderson look, and the results are whimsical.

Visual Arts | Photography

How to Isolate a Moving Subject: Panning for Beginners

Panning with a moving subject is a great way to show motion whilst also separating your subject from the background. Learn how to achieve this effect in th

Visual Arts | Photography

Transforming a Boring Photo Into a Dramatic One With Photoshop

The mere mention of image manipulation may make some photographers cringe, but there’s no denying that some skill with Photoshop can enable you to completely transform an image.

Visual Arts | Photography

How to Make the Jump from Amateur to Professional Photographer

What makes a pro photographer a pro? How do you do it? Do you just wake up one day and the photo gods anoint you a pro? Do you have to pass the pro photogr

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

NASA’s latest Jupiter image will blow you away

This image, taken by the Juno spacecraft’s JunoCam, was snapped in May as the spacecraft raced passed Jupiter. I don’t have to tell you that it’s a spectacular and breathtaking look at the gas giant. Like the other incredible pictures we’ve seen o

History | History

23 Of The Oldest Color Photos Ever Taken

Here's what the world looked like in color, over 100 years ago.

History | History

Why Colorizing Old Photos Requires a Ton of Research

Artists go out of their way to make the recreations authentic.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple Just Revealed the Secrets to Taking Perfect iPhone Pictures

Apple has just launched a new website brimming with tips and tutorials to help users realize the full potential of their iPhone 7 camera.

History | LA History

A Victorian Tourist's Photo Album Of Los Angeles, Circa 1894

The fledgling city was sold into being through real estate and railroad ads, which promised a paradise of health, beauty, and endless potential.

Visual Arts | Photography

How to Take More Risks in Street Photography

Dear friend, I think the reason why street photography is fun is because it is risky.

Science & Technology | Social Media

This instagrammer’s epic shots of Yosemite National Park will make you want to travel right now

This collection of pics that will make you wanna pick your climbing gear, camping tent and head to California to enjoy one hell of an outdoor experience.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

5-Minute Tutorial Reveals How To Make Boring Photos Look Awesome | Bored Panda

There are a ton of bad photos online and it's mostly because people simply can't be bothered with editing. But as this tutorial will show you, you don't need to

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Vibrant Street Photographs of New York City by Henry Kornaros

Henry Kornaros is a talented 17-year-old self-taught photographer and filmmaker from Vermont who currently based in New York City.

Visual Arts | Photography

Take up film photography in the digital age

Digital cameras may be easier to use, but many hobbyists still enjoy taking photos on film. Find out how, and why, you might want to try shooting on film.

Visual Arts | Photography

The Man Who Photographed a Forgotten America by Moonlight - Feature Shoot

Late Arrival, 2011 Diner, 2011 Noel Kerns is an American time traveler. His camera has taken him on road trips across Texas, down Route 66, and through the ghost towns of the American West. He’s found these bygone patches of the United States under the

Music | Vinyl Records!

Long Play: Analogue photos that capture the essence of record culture

Photographer Arne Reimer has spent over ten years capturing the essence of vinyl culture on analogue film for new photo book, Long Play.

Miscellaneous | Social Media

How Instagram Swelled To 500 Million Users While Others Struggled To Grow

Instagram now has half a billion users. How did the photo-sharing app outpace Twitter and keep us so addicted?

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

This surreal image of Saturn is not a painting

The new image shows off Saturn's hexagonal jet stream in the planet's north pole.

News | Interesting Stories

'Shark stepping on a Lego' photo goes viral; here's the real story

A toothy tweet takes a bite out of social media, but did you know the photo was taken by a shark-attack survivor?

Visual Arts | Photography

15 Pics That Show Photography Is The Biggest Lie Ever | Bored Panda

The internet is full of beautiful and amazing photographs, but do you ever stop and wonder just what went into that perfect shot? I'm not just talking about the

Visual Arts | Photography

5 Tips to Capture Lightning | Sony | Alpha Universe

Don Smith's top tips for shooting daytime lighting...how to get the shot & keep safe!

Visual Arts | Photography

One Photographer's View of NYC, Before and After 9/11

“There was something magical about them, two rectangles that grew so tall."

Miscellaneous | Stuff

Getty Images says photographer suing it for $1 billion gave up her right to complain

A photographer who put thousands of pictures in the public domain gave up her right to complain when others sell them, photo agencies and affiliated companies say in court papers.

Visual Arts | Photography

10 Tips For Photographing Your Children

You don't have to be a professional to be photographing high-quality images of your favorite subjects.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

The Weird Ways Americans Try to Make the Wilderness Comfy | WIRED

To be able to unplug and enjoy nature, you need outhouses and food trucks.

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

The best iPhone photographs of 2016 – in pictures

The winners of the 9th annual iPhone photography awards have been announced, chosen from thousands of entries from 139 countries

Science & Technology | Technology

10 ways to make your summer photos amazing

Tips and tricks for capturing the great outdoors with your iPhone camera.

Sports | My Sporting News

Remembering Muhammad Ali: A tribute to a boxing legend

View the Remembering Muhammad Ali: A tribute to a boxing legend photo gallery on Yahoo Sports. Find more news related pictures in our photo galleries.

Music | Music

1976-1978: CBGB's House Photographer Seminal Shots

David Godlis was eyewitness to the 1970s New York punk scene. These are just a few of his seminal shots!

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

See Photographer Dafydd Jones's Party Photos From the 80s and 90s | Vanity Fair

Jones recently decided to go back through his archive and reprint photos taken for *Tatler* and *Vanity Fair.*

Visual Arts | Photography

How Photography Can Transform Social Justice In America | Co.Design | business + design

Harvard professor Sarah Lewis talks to Co.Design about the transformative power images have for social justice.

Visual Arts | Photography

This is What Different Light Modifiers Do for Studio Portraits

Starting out in studio portraiture and not sure what light modifier to choose to achieve the photo you want? In the post, we'll take a look at the differen

Pets & Animals | I Love Dogs

Dogs look majestic AF while basking in the breeze

Recently, Getty Images compiled a gallery of the cutest pups possible, photographed while immersed in a field of wind.

Visual Arts | Photography

Rare color photos of 1928 England, full of soul and spunk

This diverse set of English pictures was colored using the Autochrome process, the foremost photo technology of its day.

Visual Arts | Photography

Rare Color Photos Of Paris Taken 100 Years Ago | Bored Panda

Tired of the endless series of black and white photos that were popular in the day, French banker Albert Kahn decided to do something about it. In 1909, he

History | History

This Short Film Brings Historical Photos To Life

By animating historical photographs from the early 1900s, artist Alexey Zakharov offers a new way to see history.

Pets & Animals | Dogs & Other Animals

This Guy Photoshops His Dog Into A Giant In All His Pics And It’s Hilarious

Photographers can have a hard time of capturing their subjects perfectly. Waiting for the right moment can make them anxious, and any slip up could ruin