Flickr People Tagging →
ckck: Flickr has just rolled out a new feature, People Tagging. It looks to be essentially the same as tagging people on Facebook, and while I’m sure it’ll annoy those who don’t want every drunken, less than flattering photo of themselves directly linked to themselves, it seems like a perfectly natural addition to Flickr as a way to boost the social networking aspect. To please every walk of...
Shoot new angles with kite photography | Digital... →
17-Year-Old Thinks She's Getting Into Photography... →
17-Year-Old Thinks She’s Getting Into Photography EUGENE, OR—After wasting an afternoon taking pictures of a broken tricycle, moss on trees, and the shadow of a wrought-iron fence, Churchill Alternative High School senior Jessica Ivers falsely informed family and friends Saturday that she was getting into photography. “I love the way real film looks,” said Ivers, who has owned...
I just bought a LOMO camera. I never thought I...
slacker-bitch: Got the Смена-8. It feels weird to have bought a Lomo. I dunno why.
Tom Hoops Photography →
melanderson: His Ginger photos are fucking sweet.
Photographers – Toughest Shot | Outside Online →
We asked 16 photographers to share their hardest-won images and the wild, sometimes foolish, and invariably bold adventures behind them. From a nomadic Kutchi camp in Tajikistan to a frozen lake in Siberia, and everywhere in between, these pros show—and tell—how they got the job done.
50 Captivating Slow Shutter Speed Photos -... →
Inside The Tube: Incredible Wave Photography &...
drhamidraihan: Watch all the beautiful pics on the link below Inside The Tube: Incredible Wave Photography & Internet Pop Culture
50 Awe-Inspiring Underwater Photos →
Today we’ll be looking at a range of inspiring underwater photographs, including images taken in the sea, rivers, lakes - even fish tanks and swimming pools! You might think that underwater photography is limited to taking pictures of fish, but we’re here to prove you wrong. Take a trip into the deep blue sea with this collection of awe-inspiring underwater photographs.
I miss the imperfection of film.
r is for rest
daniellekiemel: & it is something I wish I got more of. http://www.thephotographicdictionary.org
Ode to Irving Penn
fromme-toyou: (Left) Inspired by Penn’s series between studio flats. (right) Inspired by Penn’s 1961 “Woman with Bare Back” Last week I learned of the passing of one of the greatest photographers in the medium’s history. Irving Penn was more than visionary, he was a silent teacher who continues to show me the study of light, darkness, tonality, texture and composition. Throughout my career...
An Architect's Pick: A Photo Essay →
neighborhoodr: sarahwrotethat: Some of Francis Leadon’s favorite New York buildings and sites, culled from his work as co-author of the AIA Guide to New York City.
Bizarre Cameras with HIV Positive Blood and Human... →
While many pinhole cameras are simple boxes, Wayne Martin Belger, artist, machinist and photographer, designs and manufactures pinhole cameras that are functional photographic instruments, created with a specific subject in mind and at the same time are sculptured works of art. Some of the materials that go into the creation of his cameras may include, “…aluminum, titanium, copper, brass, bronze,...
Photographing New York Store Fronts | Newsweek... →
The supplanting of America’s small businesses is the subject of “Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York”, a new book by photographers James and Karla Murray. During the eight years it took the Murrays to complete their project, one-third of the stores they featured have closed.
Why Your Camera Does Not Matter
Original article posted here and available in other languages as well. Why Your Camera Does Not Matter © 2009 Ken Rockwell See examples at A $150 vs. a $5,000 Camera. See what great shots can be made with an obsolete $200 Canon A620, and see what I shot back in 2001 with my first crappy Sony FD-88 floppy disc camera. See what I shot in 2008 on a pocket camera, or in 2003 on one of Canon’s...