Picture of the Week Yves Vernin Instagram Mesmerizing vintage photos provide rare glimpse of old Hong Kong The 1950s and 1960s -- during which time the exhibited photographs were taken -- were periods of immense change in Hong Kong. The burgeoning manufacturing sector...
It can be a frustrating time when you are struggling to find your creativity. If you are at the beginning of the process of creating a new piece of art or painting, then these tips may help to inspire...
Content             Picture of the Week by Sharafat Ali | Instagram Video - Chuck Jines https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Al3_8Yh3MZI What are the ethics of a documentary photojournalist and where are boundaries better not to be crossed? Chuck Jines presents his point of view by using his picture "Street...
If you haven't seen Thomas Leuthard's 23 Street Ninja tips yet you have missed out on a valuable lesson. Have a look at how he gets close and personal without disturbing his subjects. He is known for his great silhouettes...
Over the last five years, drone photography has grown tremendously following several advancements in tech. Besides offering photography enthusiasts the ability to take pictures from extra-ordinary vantage points, it delivers more versatility for professional use. As a result, photographers...
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...
Picture of the Week by Emily Garthwaite Undiscovered Photographs of New York in the Past "Born in 1927 and raised in the Bronx, where his family ran a bakery, Newman showed an early passion for sculpture. It was after moving to Chicago...
Picture of the Week by Laurence Bouchard   Jade Doskow's Lost Utopias photo series documents past World's Fairs sites Photographer Jade Doskow has spent the last decade documenting crumbling and thriving World's Fair sites across North America and Europe for her Lost Utopias series. Once a...
"Paris Sans Fin" a visual Story by Italian Photographer Michele Rieri "For Paris there will be never end and the memoirs of whom has lived in, they differ all the one from the others. You always ended up returning us, to...
  Like every large metropolis, there is an outside and underground life. Two different cities that are both open and hide: it’s in this world that I focused my camera for 6 months. The subway is a second world -...

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