Posts Tagged ‘street photography’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  December 8

Here is the story behind the Time Person of the Year portraits. Photographer Maurice Berger reflects on race and photography. Did you...

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 •  October 20

Michael Ernest Sweet shares his reflections on and a goodbye to his career in street photography. Check out Sean O’Hagan's thoughtful...

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 •  September 15

The monkey-selfie copyright case has been settled! This photo mural by French artist JR makes a big statement at the Mexican-U.S. border. ...

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 •  August 11

Need a new 15-inch laptop that's good for working on photos? Ready to splurge on some images for your collection? Works by Henri...

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 •  March 21

Do you agree with this perspective on street photography? This is a thoughtful article on photography and contemporary art. Try these...

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Is Photography a “Guy Thing”?

 •  November 28

In our December/January issue, Michael Ernest Sweet asks the question "Where are all the women?" Maybe you, like us, have been wondering why female...

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 •  November 18

Are you curious about how tilt-shift lenses actually work? Conservationist photographer Suzi Eszterhas hosted a free wildlife workshop for...

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 •  August 5

Here's Getty's response to Carol Highsmith's lawsuit, another lawsuit by Zuma Press, and a thoughtful analysis of the whole situation. ...

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 •  July 4

Here is John Kurdewan's behind-the-scenes look at fashion photographer Bill Cunnigham's work. EyeFi's early WiFi memory cards now have an...

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 •  March 14

Canadian photographer Stan Douglas has won the  2016 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography. This prize-winning play...

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