The Quiet City: Winter in Paris

Claire and Andrew took a trip to France, in the past had only ever experienced Paris in the summer and were struck by just how different the city is when most of us tourist are gone. Equipped with their metro and museum passes they made this beautiful video of a most beautiful city.

Passing Through

All we can say is WOW.. Put this in full screen mode, the imagery is beautiful. View Olafur Haraldsson Photostream on Flickr to see his camera setup The text used for the narration of “Passing Through” is part of a speech Serbian scientist and inventor Nicola Tesla delivered in 1893 at the Franklin Institute in […]

Landscape Astrophotography Tutorial – First Night Out

Beginners guide for your first night out shooting stars. Or, at least, this is how I do it. I made this video to give a visual reference to the various tips, techniques, and lessons that you will want to know if you want to go out and try shooting stars. There are many more techniques, […]

The Fate of Old Beijing: The Vanishing Hutongs

In the face of China’s rapid modernization, the world’s most populous country is struggling to preserve its cultural heritage, and nowhere is this more visible than in the ancient alleyways and courtyards of Beijing. Once a ubiquitous feature of Beijing, the hutongs are more than simply housing; they are actually a way of life. Entire […]

Myanmar Emerges: Dreams to Dust

Myanmar Emerges is a year-long GlobalPost investigation into challenges facing Myanmar’s nascent democracy. Part One of the series, The People vs. The Power, examines the battle between villagers and a Myanmar and Chinese government-backed mining company they say is stealing their land and ruining the environment. Dreams to Dust follows 15-year-old Ko Ko Aung, who […]

2013 Infinity Awards Jeff Bridges

Each year, the International Center of Photography honors a select group of photographers for outstanding contribution to the field. In a Special Presentation, ICP honored Jeff Bridges, who, in his more than 30 years in front of a camera, has also spent time behind it, capturing unguarded – and often delightful – moments for cast […]

Imagining the Rain

Though you swear these are photographs, they are in-fact pencil drawings based on photographs. Elizabeth Patterson ongoing series titled Rainscapes blends drawing, hyperrealism, and traditional landscape techniques. Check out more of Elizabeth’s work on her website.

Shooting a Mackelmore Show from the Pit

Imagine you get the opportunity to shoot a Mackelmore show without a 3 song limit (though he only shares 3 songs in the video). Well Jared Polin always has the best opportunities to shoot and he did just that. He has become quite the expert on the photography world in a few short years and […]

The Silent Drama of Photography by Sebastião Salgado

Sebastião Salgado may be a photographer that you may not have heard of. Getting a masters in Economics and then discovering Photography after picking up a camera, he immediately changed careers. His social images are iconic in ways that will make you delve deeper into his photos like those by American Dorothea Lange. In this […]