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5 Ways to Improve Your Creativity in Street Photography

When I started photography nine years ago, I didn’t have a problem going out and finding inspiration.

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Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Street artist: Swoon Growing up in Daytona Beach, Florida, Swoon naturally drawn to New York and the vivacious life and streetwise grit that it exuded in the ‘90s, Swoon found herself exposed to numerous artistic points of view all of which thrilled her: Richard Serra, Gordon Matta-Clark, and graffiti writer Rift, not to mention German expressionism.

Unseen London, Paris, New York, 1930s-60s

Today, London, Paris and New York are so familiar that it is hard for a modern viewer to imagine them afresh without the visual expectations fostered by art, film and advertising in the digital age.

Photographing the Mysteries of the New Forest

Ellie Davies’ latest body of work, Half Light, is a new direction for the artist. Though all her work concerns the space of the forest – “a boundary or threshold between what we consider to be ‘fact’ and ‘fiction’” – in earlier projects her intervention as photographer has been more obvious: smoke, stars, mossy sculptures or paths of coloured leaves appear, inviting a near-fantastical reading of each scene.

The TSA Gave My $2,800 Macbook to Another Passenger

On Friday, I lost my $2,800 Apple MacBook Pro by following standard TSA security protocols at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

Google Demonstrates the Future of Smartphone Photography in 5 Words

Okay Google, eject the camera. Five little words followed by a small ‘pop’ from the prototype phone sitting on the table in front of him, and Google’s Rafa Camargo made the the crowd at the Google I/O developer conference go wild.

This is the Image Stabilizing Power of Sony’s Xperia X SteadyShot

Sony’s Xperia X smartphone features a 23-megapixel camera and the company’s SteadyShot image stabilization technology.

Lensbaby Just Launched a Waterproof, 185° Fisheye Lens for GoPros

If the fixed focal length of your GoPro Hero camera just ain’t cutting it for you creatively, Lensbaby has something to show you.

A Public Art Project Invites Gentrifiers to Confess Their Sins

Gentrifiers Anonymous Meeting Saturday, May 14, in Chelsea. One of the organizers, Oasa DuVerney is in the center, beneath the GA flag and Mildred Beltre is to the right in the red top.

Fashion Photography by Jess Brohier

Jess Brohier is a talented 27 years old photographer currently based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

23 Ninja Tips for Street Photography

Here’s a short and sweet 4-minute video that’s packed with 23 different “ninja tips” that can help you in your street photography (or your next photo walk).

Take a Peek Inside the Studio of Insectophile Sculptor Edouard Martinet

Fascinated by the biological forms of insects, fish, and arthropods, artist Edouard Martinet assembles gargantuan depictions of the creatures with found automotive and bicycle parts.

Twitter Will No Longer Count Photos Toward Its 140-Character Limit

Twitter announced a big change today that may help it become a much stronger player in the photo-sharing space: the company will no longer be counting photos toward the 140-character limits for Tweets.

The World’s Largest Tintypes, Shot with an 8-Foot Camera

A while back we shared the world’s smallest tintypes, created with a tiny modified camera. Now here’s a look at the opposite end of the spectrum: the world’s largest tintypes, shot using a colossal 8×8-foot camera.

GoPro Records Its Own Gruesome Demise On the Hydraulic Press

The Hydraulic Press Channel is a staple of many people’s online video diet. Every few days another gadget, foodstuff, or toy gets crushed on video while millions watch on, and this week it was time to surrender a few “tough” action cameras into its clutches.

15 Movie Scenes Changed Replacing Guns With Selfie Sticks

A bunch of Photoshoppers have had enough with all the violence in movies these days, so they’ve decided to take action by replacing guns with something a little less threatening.

The Relics of Victorian Natural History in Eye-Popping Stereoscope

Jim Naughten, “Sheep” (2014) (all photos courtesy the artist and Prestel unless otherwise noted) Natural history storerooms are a bit like drowned Noah’s Arks, with specimens from every realm of the animal world posthumously preserved.

What Holds You Back from Taking a Photograph?

I was at John Wayne Airport on Friday morning before the sun rose, heading to a training event in Colorado.

Beyond the Olympics and Carnival, Photos Take You to the Real Brazil (Sponsored)

The town of Ouro Preto and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in the Mina Gerais State in Brazil © Yadid Levy / Offset People line up wearing animal masks in Northeast Bahia © Gabriel Boieras / SambaPhoto / Offset The cultural diversity of Brazil, cultivated over 500 years of recorded history, has given rise to some of the most distinctive travel experiences in the world, from the five days of elaborate parade floats, cross-dressers, stolen kisses, and laughter that fills the streets during Carnival to the sleepy days spent sunbathing on 5,000 miles white sand beaches.

Kit Harington by Norman Jean Roy

Game of Thrones superstar Kit Harington lands the cover story of L’Uomo Vogue‘s May June 2016 Influencers issue, photographed by Norman Jean Roy and styled by Robert Rabenstiner with assistance from Stephanie Kherlakian.