The Top 4 Photo Destination Spots Around the World Looking for a place to capture your next best shot? The world has plenty of natural beauty, urban landscapes, and open country that can be the backdrop of your next masterpiece....
Creating a budget and sticking by it is something most of us don’t know how to do. However, the truth is that they are a very crucial part of any planning process including travel planning. You could end up...
The best way to keep memories alive is by taking pictures of the places you have been to and things you have done. This is no different when you are traveling especially when you are traveling for a holiday...
The winter is probably my favorite season to shoot in the street.  I love how the low barreling sunshine and super long shadows of the short days interact within the narrow corridors of Manhattan.  There are so many ways...
Loneliness - A series by Sergi EscribanoI love to walk around my city without a fixed course, walk under a great light and get lost in the alleys, observing how people move from one place to another. Inside this...
Today I want to present pictures of India that have been submitted by Yasser Mobarak. About Yasser Mobarak Yasser Alaa Mobarak is a 25-year-old, Egyptian award-winning photographer. He has won photography prizes...
Picture of the Week Markus Andersen | InstagramRare Color Photos of D-DayIt was part of Operation Overlord and codenamed Operation Neptune, but we know it as D-Day. On June 6, 1944, more than 156,000 Allied troops launched an intensive amphibious...
Photograph of the Week by Widya Sartika Amrin | InstagramHow Women Artists in Victorian England Pushed Photography ForwardLong marginalized from the mainstream art world, female artists have often found their voices in new mediums. Performance art, for example, gave the likes of Yoko...
Photograph of the Week by Richard Koci Hernandez - Website | InstagramWeegee the Famous, the Voyeur and ExhibitionistPhotography, at its mid-nineteenth-century beginning, muscled in on painting one precinct at a time. Portraiture, of a solemn, straight-on sort, suggested itself immediately. Its...
Text and Images by Eduardo Asenjo Matus Eduardo Asenjo Matus, October 5, 1990, Valdivia, Chile. A former student of Architecture, Graphic Design, and Street Photographer.The sound of silence.The project started in 2015 when my family gave me my first camera,...

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