Romanian photographer Radu Zaciu has been experimenting recently with photographing fruits and vegetables using internal lighting.
Chicago-based photographer and videographer Jon Cole made this test video for the Sony FS7 that puts a humorous tongue-in-cheek spin on generic camera test videos.
“The Last Book” is an interesting series of images collected by Dutch photographer Reinier Gerritsen, who spent 13 weeks over 3 years scouring the subway system of New York City for riders reading books.
USA Today created this short behind-the-scenes video that offers a glimpse into how its staff photographers go about covering the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards ceremony, one of Hollywood’s major award events that’s attended by some of television and cinema’s biggest celebrities.
Zak Noyle is a surf photographer based out of Oahu, Hawaii who’s considered to be one of the best in the business.
A common feature of first person shooter video games is an instant replay that pops up every time your character is killed, showing you exactly how you met your demise.
German filmmaker Werner Herzog is considered by some to be “the most important film director alive.” Writer and fellow filmmaker Paul Cronin recently published a book of conversations with the legendary film director, titled “Werner Herzog: A Guide for the Perplexed.” The back cover of the book features 24 piece of advice by Herzog — words of wisdom he picked up over the decades.
If you’re not comfortable with the idea of uploading photos to the Web with geotag data baked into the file, there are some easy ways you can scrub the data to protect your privacy.
Light painting photographer Darren Pearson spent the past year working on the stop motion animation above, titled “Lightspeed.” Each of the 1,000 frames in it is a separate light-painted photograph that was captured in various locations across California.
There’s a sweet (and rare) deal going on today that many of you may be able to benefit from: Amazon is discounting its Amazon Prime membership for one day only.
Would you say the above photograph has any compression artifacts? Compressed too much, not enough, or just right?
For the past 10 years, 27-year-old Xyza Cruz Bacani has been working as a domestic worker for a wealthy Chinese family in Hong Kong.
Underwater photographer Keri Wilk was swimming with sperm whales off the coast of Dominica in March 2014 when found himself capturing something rather unexpected: a massive whale “defecation event.” Wilk says he and a diving group he was leading had managed to swim up to one of the gentle giants for a closer look before the “poopsplosion” occurred.
A photographer has filed a copyright lawsuit against Nike, accusing the global athletic brand of ripping off his photograph of Michael Jordan to create its iconic “Jumpman” logo for Air Jordan merchandise.
Sports Illustrated has laid off the last of its staff photographers. All six remaining photographers at the magazine were laid off yesterday due to economic circumstances and company restructuring.
While pursuing a self-portrait project about motherhood, photographer Jamie Diamond stumbled upon the world of reborn dolls.
When Summit Entertainment tapped me to shoot the Movie Poster for Step Up All In I was super excited.
The photo illustration above shows what a photo of a sunset here on Earth would look like if the sun were replaced with Arcturus, one of the brightest stars in our “neighborhood.” The Russian Federal Space Agency recently released a couple of “Alternative History” videos that imagine what the sky would look like if the Sun were replaced with other stars and if the moon were replaced with planets in our solar system.
Online creative portfolio service Format has launched a sleek new iPad portfolio app called Kredo. In addition to being a way to share your best images with someone in real life, the app also features a network of creative professionals for sharing your work digitally.
“Space Awaits!” is a personal project I did. I came up with the idea of a photo shoot featuring young astronauts.