Wednesday, October 24, 2012


  • Auschwitz Prisoner and Photographer Dies at 95

    The images are haunting: naked and emaciated children at Auschwitz standing shoulder-to-shoulder, adult prisoners in striped garb posing for police-style mug shots.

  • Street View and Beyond: Google's Influence on Photography

    The massive and growing archive has spawned a virtual world of images like we've never seen before in the history of photography—and its accessibility has inspired a new generation of photographers who are using the tool to document the world while ...

  • Nikon announces 1-Series V2 camera with price, availability

    In this mode, the photographer can save a 4 second movie with a still or a 10 second movie without a still. Additionally, stills captured in this way can be made into a slide show in the camera.

  • South Africa pays tribute to legendary photographer Alf Kumalo

    Oct. 23 (GIN) - A self-taught photographer who captured the 1976 student uprising, the state of emergency during the 1980s, the unbanning of the liberation movements and the inauguration of South Africa's first democratic government among a host of ...

  • A Conversation With Photographer Michael Hanson

    I always liked photography and, during baseball, I was exposed to this interesting lifestyle, minor league baseball. It's a pretty interesting scene.

  • Winning photos bring the itsy-bitsy to life

    The winners of the 2012 Nikon International Small World photography contest were announced today (Oct. 23), with a brightly colored image of the blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo awarded 1st place.

  • Welcome to our new photography blog

    Welcome to our new photography blog. In this forum, which makes up part of our revamped photography page, the Guardian and Observer picture editors and photographers will all pitch in with news and views and answers to questions - on anything in the ...

  • Treat You and Your Photography to Some Apples

    With the abundance in photography apps available in the App Store, editing and all the post work that you wish you could have done right after a shoot is satisfied.

  • Fanwood Photographer on Display at Union County Pearl Street Gallery

    Cummings won first place in non-pro photography in the 2012 Union County Senior Art Show and his winning picture is on exhibit in the 46th Annual New Jersey Senior Citizens Art Show at Meadow Lakes in East Windsor.

  • 'Ding' Days Photography Contest Winners Announced

    On October 20, "Ding" Darling Wildlife Society-Friends of the Refuge (DDWS) announced the winners of its 25th annual "Ding" Darling Days Amateur Nature Photography Contest at a special Conservation Art Day presentation in the Refuge Education Center, ...

  • Photographer captures mystery of prairie fire

    PIONEER: What appeals to you about photography as a medium? JANE FULTON ALT: I felt that I could use the camera to express what was going on inside of me more easily than with the fiber-art and quilting I had been doing before.

  • "Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop" at the Metropolitan ...

    "Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through Jan. 27. Article; Comments.

  • Street Photography - In Conversation with Thomas Leuthard

    As an educator and a photographer, I work alone - a lot! Both of these professions are solitary by their very nature. In teaching we are at the front of a classroom by ourselves.

  • See Amazing Photography That Messes With Space, Time, Your Head

    Sometimes great art begins with an accident. A sudden twist of the hand creates a shadow technique the painter might not have intended.

  • Canmore photographer earns worldwide recognition

    Canmore photographer John Marriott's portrait of a common raven, entitled Fluff-Up, taken along a road in winter earned the runner-up prize in the animal portrait category of the 2012 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards ...

  • Stark Museum hosts free presentation by National Geographic photographer

    During the presentation, Abell will share insights into his life work as a National Geographic photographer, discussing his career, influences and adventures.

  • Panoramic Photography Without Panoramas (PHOTOS)

    Back in the analog days I enjoyed shooting with 35mm Wide-Lux and Noblex cameras. I was not so much interested in shooting the traditional nature or cityscape panoramas for which the cameras are ideal but to photograph people in their settings whether ...

  • Rich Impurities: Claymation and Photography at YBCA and MOAD

    On a recent Sunday afternoon, a girl no older than 8 stood inside a gallery at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and watched Nathalie Djurberg's claymation short, I Wasn't Made to Play the Son.

  • Brattleboro's In-Sight gets national recognition for meeting local needs

    BRATTLEBORO -- Sally Fletcher, a 14-year-old student in the In-Sight Photography Project's Intro to Black-and-White class, says more than she realizes when she exclaims, "I never had a way to develop, and I've always just wanted to.

  • Baryshnikov in Israel – as photographer

    An exhibition of photographs by legendary Russian dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, which opened Tuesday at the Suzanne Dallal Center in Tel Aviv, makes still images dance.

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