If you appreciate simple pranks, here’s a photo-related one you may find amusing. Greg Benson of MediocreFilms recently stood in front of the Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard and photobombed tourists while helping to take a photo of them.
Dana Keller has made a name for himself as a talented photo colorizer, using his Photoshop skills to offer an idea of what historical black-and-white photos might have looked like had the photographer been able to shoot in color.
As smartphone photography and selfie culture become more ubiquitous, we’re starting to see new products that aim to make snapping smartphone shots simpler.
In August 2014, photographer Zhenia Bulawka and her boyfriend Christian took their three dogs on a special trip to the beach.
A video posted by Paul Luning (@pluning) on Feb 14, 2015 at 9:45am PST Maho Beach in the Caribbean islands is famous for being a place where you can stand directly under airliners as they’re landing at Princess Juliana International Airport.
I get a call on Saturday, February 28th, 2015, telling me “The Champ can give you an hour if you can pick him up at the hotel in 10 minutes”.
Photos of a frog riding a beetle have been flooding the Internet over the past month. Think it looks cute and adorable?
An octopus is getting quite a bit of attention this week for its photography skills. After noticing a camera placed in its enclosure to photograph it, the eight-legged creature grabbed the camera, turned it around, and unintentionally captured a portrait of the photographer.
Mike Mellia is an advertising and fine art photographer based in New York City. Over the past year, he has been working on a project titled “A Selfie a Day Keeps the Doctor Away.” It’s an ongoing series of self-portraits captured in a studio and shared through Instagram.
Jonathon Keats wants to set a world record in photography that he won’t live long enough to see. Nor will his children, or his children’s children for many generations.
In a surprising turn of events, the World Press Photo organization has announced that it will be withdrawing the 1st prize award it had given photographer Giovanni Troilo for his Contemporary Issues series “The Dark Heart of Europe.” This comes one day after new claim surfaced that accused Troilo of misrepresenting where a photo was shot.
While major art museums around the world are issuing bans on selfie sticks, there’s one unusual museum in the Philippines that’s continuing to encourage visitors to capture silly portraits with paintings.
Earlier this year, I dropped my Minolta 28mm f/2.8 in the ocean where it sat submerged for at least two minutes.
The word “speed” is used a lot in the world of photography equipment — things like lens speed, film speed, and shutter speed.
Although things like RSS feeds and social networks have become primary channels for broadcasting and consuming content these days, some people still enjoy good old fashioned email newsletters.
This is a picture of the smallest life form that’s known to exist, an ultra-small bacterial cell. That black bar you see if for scale — it indicates 100 nanometers.
Here’s a 5-minute video by Seeker Stories about how young urban explorers are connecting through Instagram and teaming up to explore the hidden places of New York City.
If you want photobooth-style prints of your pics, one way to get them is through Social Print Studio’s Photostrips printing service.
Editor’s note: This review is by photographer Tim Dodd. You can follow him on Twitter at @timdoddphotography.
Things are getting messier and messier for World Press Photo. After investigating a 1st prize winner due to accusations of unethical staging, the prestigious contest defended the photographer this week and stood by its award decision (much to the dismay of many in the photojournalism industry).