Category Archives: Photographers

Swapper (David Hurn) ~ BBC News

The Swapper is a story about the internationally-acclaimed British documentary photographer David Hurn; it is a story of a dyslexic, Welsh schoolboy written off as being “a bit thick” and an extraordinary “succession of bizarre coincidences” which would propel him … Continue reading

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A century of the camera: Amazing new digital archive of more than 2million images highlights the best work from the first 100 years of photography ~ Luke Barnes

Stunning images have revealed the amazing work of photographers around the world in era before iPhones and Instagram. The photos are part of a library of nearly 2.3 million pictures, all compiled by Europeana Photography as part of an ambitious … Continue reading

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Some Of The Deepest & Sharpest Shots of The Moon from Earth ~ Universe Today

Who doesn’t love to gaze at the Moon on a clear night? But astrophotographer Thierry Legault now taken Moon-gazing to new heights. Legault traveled to the Alps in August and set up his Celestron C14 Edge HD and ZWO ASI1600MM … Continue reading

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William Eggleston, the Pioneer of Color Photography ~ AUGUSTEN BURROUGHS

I ARRIVE AT THE Eggleston Artistic Trust building at just after 1 on a sweltering, humid Memphis afternoon. I am met at the door by the charismatic son of the photographer William Eggleston, Winston, who is the director of the … Continue reading

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Photography Locations: Revisit and Reshoot ~ Anne McKinnell

As a devoted wanderer, the joy of visiting a new photography location is like food for my soul. Fresh sights, sounds, smells, and experiences await with every unknown place I go, and the whirlwind of excitement is all-encompassing as I … Continue reading

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Where Time Stopped ~ Michael Frye

Although I primarily photograph natural landscapes, I find the ghost town of Bodie compelling. Over the last few years I’ve had opportunities to photograph Bodie at night, and we’ve also obtained permits for our workshop participants to photograph the normally-locked … Continue reading

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Heads will roll: Japanese artist plays with guts and gore ~ Kate Springer

As an only child growing up in Japan, photographer Izumi Miyazaki often let her imagination roam free. Armed with her mother’s silver Pentax, the young teen developed a peculiar approach to capturing the world around her. Surreal, grotesque and often … Continue reading

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2015 Mobile Photography Awards

The Mobile Photography Awards were founded in 2011 to recognize and celebrate the talent and imagery of the mobile photo & art communities. Alongside our annual competition (October-December), we produce themed exhibits with international open calls throughout the year. If … Continue reading

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Analysis of a Photo “A father’s advice” ~ Mitchell Kanashkevich

The people in this photo are Anatoli and his daughter Mariana. They are both artists. Anatoli is a friend of a good friend of mine. The last detail is important because intimate photographs like this one generally require a degree … Continue reading

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Analysis of a Photo “Meditating on the Ganges” ~ Mitchell Kanashkevich

Almost everything has been photographed in Varanasi, India. You could even say that the whole idea of photographing in Varanasi has become a bit of a photographic cliché. My personal challenge in this amazing, so often photographed place was not … Continue reading

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