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Care free images of people you usually only see working.
Earrings, usually forbidden, can be seen glittering from beneath white bonnets. Swimming is allowed; volleyball and shuffleboard are encouraged; ice-cream cones are a nightly ritual.
The archive has been in the possession of OMCA since Lange’s death, but recently digitized thanks to a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.
The legendary photographer’s 1976 debut solo show at MoMA changed the medium forever.
Twitter account Cinema Palettes takes screenshots from classic films and translates them to ten-part color palettes. Though based on a momentary still, each spectrum of shades seems to perfectly encapsulate its movie's overall mood.
For the first time in my career I decided not to cover a major event. I'm seeing something more timeless and universal.
Winter and summer in contrast on May 9th
Mashable beats a lawsuit by convincing a New York judge that it legitimately used an image on social media.
Desperate times call for desperate measures I guess.
"The image quality is not going to be great. Embrace it!"
Trapped inside..not these indoor photographers.
Stephen Shore, Catherine Opie, Todd Hido and others have turned to Instagram to cure ‘corona claustrophobia’ or show how life has changed. They talk about their quarantine pics.
Since we’re all in social isolation it’s a perfect time to catch up on movies, here’s a list of movies about photographers (who knew there were this many?).
These are the top 25 biopics and documentary films about the lives of famous photographers
Pulitzer Prize winning photographer quits while at the top of his game.
Cathal McNaughton won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 – the only photojournalist in Ireland to do so
Bringing back the good old days.
More than a century after its invention, film photography is finding a new life alongside digital imaging, argues Hamish Gill of 35mmc.
Dorothea Lange show at MOMA, probably worth seeing.
She created one of the most enduring images of the 20th century, but she also created a new model for her discipline.
RIP PDN..It was a timely magazine when there was a photo district, that too has passed.
PDN’s current owner, Emerald Expositions, has confirmed that the print edition of the magazine will no longer be published, and that no new content will be added to its online edition. Rangefinder magazine, also owned by Emerald Expositions, will continue to be published.
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Heads up to anyone who shoots using Dynalight strobes.
DynaLite Inc.—a trusted professional lighting brand that has been around for over 50 years—has shut down. In a statement posted to the company's website,
The power of the visual image.
Newnan, Ga., decided to use art to help the community celebrate diversity and embrace change. Not everyone was ready for what they saw.
Love articles like this, ones that make you look at your own life in retrospect. In my case I was turned on to photography at summer camp when I was thirteen years old, by Andrew Schupack at Camp Becket in Becket, Massachusetts. I’d always loved hobbies that were a process, like the chemistry lab that I built in my basement (and almost burned down the house using according to my family). Learning how to make photograms in the darkroom where you lay various objects on photo paper and expose the paper under an enlarger was enlightening (no pun intended). Half a century later I’m still in love with the process and hopefully, still learning.
Have you traced back your interest in photography and the arts to its origin? What or who was the catalyst?
Sad news..good night Terry.
He took some of the first photographs of The Beatles, and his death is described as the "end of an era".
I guess his 8x10 Deardorf was out of batteries.
Today saw the opening of the public phase of impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump. But even before the questions had started, something else caught our eye.
Getty does it again! Continuing the downward spiral of the stock photography business (as if if could sink any further) Getty Images says it’s discontinuing it’s Rights Managed (RM) business in favor of Royalty Free (RF).
When I started licensing imagery (1993) through SIPA, then Photonica, photographers were earning 50% of the license fee, there was no such thing as royalty free or micro stock, all rights were managed (ie if you needed an image for a cover of a book you l licensed the image for that particular use). Getty Images went on a buying spree and bought out numerous stock agencies, consolidating the business into two giant rival stock agencies (Getty Images and Corbis) and with their new market control started offering photographer’s contracts with smaller and smaller percentages. By 2011 I’d had enough, their newest contract would allow them to make any RM image into RF at their discretion and as it would cheapen the value of my images and I couldn’t live with that. I still license images through RM agencies Trevillion and Alamy but regrettably, their market control is a mere fraction of what Getty’s is.
Getty Images has informed contributors that the company plans to phase out its rights-managed (RM) image licensing business, and focus on its royalty-free (RF) image licensing business. The change will take place in early 2020, according to Getty. Getty’s Editorial images—a division that encompa...
Getty plunges the final nail in the coffin on what was a viable stock photography business by eliminating Rights Managed licensing in favor of less restrictive Royalty Free.
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Lu Guang boldly covered controversial issues like pollution in China until he went missing.
Peter Lindbergh died last week, this is how he left his mark on photography, and culture in general.
The late photographer’s most famous magazine cover heralded a new age of beauty.
In the linked article the NY Times explores what they call the second city, the shadow city. For years I did street photography with Kodak’s B&W Infrared film which accentuated shadows and often blew out highlights. Armed with that film I searched out strong light, actual subjects occasionally became secondary, it was the light, always the light.
In photographs taken over 80 years, a look at the shifting architecture that emerges with the sun and disappears by nightfall.
Amazing images Stephen Wilkes!
“When you have that depth of time to look at something, just study a single place the way I do, it just affects you on a deep level.”
Wow! If it works as advertised my camera bag will get a whole lot lighter.
The Google Pixel 3 may be suffering from some serious camera issues, but the engineers in Mountain View are still going full steam ahead on the upcoming
This case has been winding its way through the news for a while. It’s an interesting situation, old laws don’t always meet the needs of a new world.
Co-authorship of paparazzi pics could be a win-win for stars and photographers and bring an end to a rash of litigation arising from social media posts of unlicensed images.
Cool back stage historical images from the movie, The Shining.
Bouquet of dried Chinese Leeks laying in the snow
The Women Photograph 2018 Year in Pictures features 100 of our favorite images shot by our members this past year, encompassing editorial assignment work and excerpts from personal projects, taking us from Nigeria to Yemen to the Philippines to Brazil. Make sure to check out each photographer’s wo...
Alert: the recent update for Adobe Camera Raw, 11.1 crashes computers, specifically Adobe Bridge software. Adobe knows about the problem but it’s still available to download.
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