Justin Poulsen is an artist, and I don't just mean that in the sense that he takes photos for a living. He's also an artiste who spent hours painstakingly molding and delivering thumbdrives that are exact replicas of his own thumbs.
Airports have fascinated Lauren O'Neill all her life. One day, thinking how they would look from above, she decided to go to Google maps and find out. She came across these amazing pictures and made a selection called Holding Patterns.
Russian daredevil and photographer Kirill Oreshkin is known for taking selfies from some of the most extreme locations. But this latest stunt — in which he hangs from a high-rise building by just his fingertips — is beyond words.
There were thousands of entries this year to the Royal Observatory Greenwich's Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 competition. These awe inspiring images are the best of the bunch.
Here's a list of tips, advice, rules and just things to know about photography from Eric Kim, a street photographer who also holds photography workshop classes. I think the gist of it is to keep taking pictures always.
You could have a fancy DSLR, an expensive lens, a sturdy tripod, an extra battery pack, heck even a gnarly camera bag but if you don't know how to take pictures, you don't know how to take pictures. Photo Academy is an app that teaches you how to take better snappies.
Photographer Stephen Wilkes captured New York, in day and night, in a single photograph. Well, it's actually multiple photographs taken over a 15-hour period but still, the resulting image captures all sides of this glorious city.
According to the most popular definition on Urban Dictionary, it's "what just about every scene kid and hipster under the age of 25 calls themselves these days. Many own Canon Rebel xtis and rely heavily on cropping and Photoshop filters to give their otherwise mundane photos an "artsy" feel."
A photo album showing never-seen-before photos of Hitler and the Nazis has surfaced with photos dating back to 70 years ago. Its current owner has no clue who the photographer was, but judging by the level of access he was given, he must have been someone.UPDATED
That doesn't make environmental disasters, like what we saw last year in the gulf of Mexico, any better. Far from it, because you know that the spoilt beaches or land would've been far more beautiful beforehand.
The White House has finally decided how it will handle official photos now that it canned fake photo shoots. From now on, one and only one photographer will document a historic speech as it happens.
What follows is unedited. These are the words of Teru Kuwayama, a photographer who has been to some of the most dangerous places in the world, at some of the most dangerous times to be there, taking the pictures that allow us to imagine what it's like. He is currently leading the project basetrack, which tracks the…
Pete Eckert is a photographer. He's also blind after suffering from Retinitis Pigmentosa. The video above shows his amazing photography process—from composing, snapping to processing in the dark room. Eckert is doing something he loves, even if most of us would foolishly assume he couldn't. Check out Pete Eckert's…
Photography is more accessible than it's ever been, thanks to the rise of cheap, amazing cameras. There's never been more potential photographers than this very moment.
When you're a photographer, you'll inevitably get hassled by the authorities telling you to stop taking pictures. Do you stop? No, you kindly show your Photographer's Bill of Rights, conveniently screenprinted on your lenscloth, and keep on snapping.
You may not have the guts to try it yourself—I certainly don't—but wave photography as it's done by Clark Little, surfer and photographer extraordinaire, is awe-inspiring. Check out our interview with him to read about his awesome techniques.
Using time lapse photography and simple light sources, photographer Dennis Smith created these colorful traveling spheres. Then he placed them in scenic settings around the world.