Showing posts from February, 2014

Trying to Save Merle Haggard’s Old Home (a Boxcar) -NYT

David Guttenfelder on the Second Camera

Lord Snowdon: 'Taking photographs is a very nasty thing to do' - Telegraph

Meet New York’s Most Famous Street Photographers | LightBox |

Garry Winogrand - Photographer

Nikon Poster Shows Sixty Years of Camera Evolution in One Image

Powerful and Moving Photos of the Pine Ridge Reservation - Aaron Huey


Watch an Incredible Time-Lapse Video of Severe Thunderstorms

Learn photography business - Free guides for photographers help with sales & marketing | PhotoShelter

Poetry in Motion: Migrating Starlings of Rome Photographed by Richard Barnes - Feature Shoot

Selling Fine Art Photography | PhotoShelter

Where the World’s Greatest Photographers Go to Get Away - NYT

Stunning Images of Nude Ballerinas

Fujifilm X-T1 Hands-on Review

The Inside Story of How Olympic Photographers Get Such Stunning Images

Watch now: America Reframed | Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea | PBS Video

What a fantastic workshop it was!

Remembering a Folk Art Visionary - PROOF

Gary Knight on 2014 Photo Contest winners

reFramed: In conversation with photographer William Albert Allard

Portraits of Americans Living 'Off the Grid' and on the Road - Feature Shoot

Sochi 2014: The Opening Ceremony

Russian Olympic official to reporters: stop complaining about hotels or we'll release CCTV footage of you in the bathroom

Masquerade Exhibition at the New Orleans Photo Alliance

Joel Meyerowitz - My Life with Leica (take one)

Shift in power: David Guttenfelder on the impact and importance of smartphone photography » FLTR

David Griffin: How photography connects us | Talk Video | TED

Former NYT photographer Vincent Laforet interviewed

The Sochi Project

Apple Celebrates Thirty Years of Macintosh with Tribute Video Shot Entirely on iPhones

Morocco will soon be home to the world's largest museum devoted to photography

Workshop Update

What Is a Photograph? | LightBox |