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How photographer Cameron Spencer caught Usain Bolt smiling
1 year ago

How photographer Cameron Spencer caught Usain Bolt smiling

As the Olympics are ongoing, we are always looking for incredible, iconic images to help us remember and relive those special moments. Well, Getty Images photographer Cameron Spencer caught …
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Inside White House Photographer Pete Souza’s Bag via Popular Science
1 year ago

Inside White House Photographer Pete Souza’s Bag via Popular Science

Have you ever wondered what equipment the official white house photographer, Pete Souza, uses? Well wonder no more. Popular Science shares What’s Inside the Camera Bag of White House …
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Visual Documentary – Fukushima Ghost Town
1 year ago

Visual Documentary – Fukushima Ghost Town

A must-see, haunting visual documentary of the exclusion zone in Fukushima, Japan photographed by French photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression. The photographers were able to bring former residents …
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Dateline 1907: Autochrome Photos Made With Potatoes
2 years ago

Dateline 1907: Autochrome Photos Made With Potatoes

When you think of potato starch… as you probably do on a frequent basis… chances are you think of it as a thickening agent in cooking, or an adhesive, or …
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Paris Exhibition: Early Women Photographers
2 years ago

Paris Exhibition: Early Women Photographers

Who’s afraid of women photographers? Or, perhaps you’d rather that we run that by you in French: Qui a peur des femmes photographes?

Qui, indeed.

If you’re not—afraid of women …
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100 Years of Great Photos – The Photographers 2015 Exhibition
2 years ago

100 Years of Great Photos – The Photographers 2015 Exhibition

The Photographers 2015. 

From time to time, we like to encourage y’all to open up your aperture a bit, and draw some perspective from the larger world of photography. Y’know, …
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Don McCullin, War Photographer, in His Own Words
2 years ago

Don McCullin, War Photographer, in His Own Words

Don McCullin—who turned 80 in October—has been through a number of wars: Cyprus, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Congo, El Salvador, Syria. It takes more than a few bullets buzzing past to make …
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Historical Photos Seen in Living Color
2 years ago

Historical Photos Seen in Living Color

These historical photos are astonishing. May we say that again? Astonishing.

It’s not so much that the images themselves are of intrinsic interest—although they are. Very much so, in fact. …
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Mary Ellen Mark – It’s Not About The Gear
2 years ago

Mary Ellen Mark – It’s Not About The Gear

Mary Ellen Mark, who died in May of this year at the age of 75, was one of the defining figures in late-20th century photojournalism, portraiture, and advertising photography.

“It’s …
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Photo Gallery: Queen Elizabeth II’s Record-Breaking Reign
2 years ago

Photo Gallery: Queen Elizabeth II’s Record-Breaking Reign

Queen Elizabeth II recently passed the record set by her ancestress, Queen Victoria, with the longest reign of any British monarch. Simon Worrall writes the story for National Geographic, accompanied …
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