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Editor's Note: This is an update of a profile written by Scott Bourne. Edward Weston lived from 1886 until 1958. He was known to make the commonplace more wondrous and beautiful. He was one of the ...
After his series New York in the Black, French photographer Christophe Jacrot returns this time with Paris in the Rain, bringing great shots of the City of Ligh
How a remarkable woman, at once mythical and legendary, saw herself. In 2007, 26-year-old amateur historian and collector John Maloof wan
How a serendipitous hand-lettered sign changed the history of photojournalism. At the same time that pioneering photographer Berenice Abb
We thought we'd take a look through the work of one of our favorite photographers this morning, Robert Doisneau.
Linda McCartney lead a diverse professional career as a musician, photographer, animal ri...
Each weekend we look at a photographer who's influenced the photography world. Richard Avedon is this week's subject. Richard Avedon (1923—2004) was a fashion and portrait photographer. The New Y...
Pioneering photographer Joel Meyerowitz discusses his work, and 'Taking My Time' a deluxe two-volume monograph; the first and only career retrospective featu...
The photographs of Saul Leiter, who is the subject of a new film, depict gorgeous, poignant and fleeting moments in New York City.
This year's Paris Photo exhibition is a hive of altered imagery, from a tank of swimming rabbits to apocalyptic visions of society. Jonny Weeks explores these manufactured worlds
A close up of a corkscrew-shaped plankton, a look into a weaver spider's abdomen, and a microscopic view of a mouse's spine are among the winners of this year's Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition.
If you're reading Flavorwire, you most likely don't need us to tell you about Lou Reed's music (and, in any case, we've written plenty about the great man's musical legacy this week already.) But i...
Unprecedented look at the ever-enchanting Red Planet, at once more palpable and more mysterious than ever. "Whether or not there is life
Imogen Cunningham's geometric nude study characterises her modernist approach to photography
Remembering a photographer whose works contain a stillness, tenderness, and grace at odds with the rush of New York.
From Siberia to the Sahara, by way of face paint, mud masks, and eagle-hunting. In the late 1990s, photographer Jimmy Nelson became fasci
Editor's Note: This is an update of a profile written by Scott Bourne.Today I'd like to talk about one of my personal favorites and a man whose work I admire to this day - Paul Strand. Paul Strand ...
A few years ago, Bangkok-based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich started selling his work through microstock sites, and so he went in search of some inte
Agnès Varda is a French director and photographer who was invited
Slota’s starting point is a photograph. He then cuts these pictures, collages them, writes on them, scratches their surfaces…
Every weekend we spotlight a photographer who's work has impacted the industry. Diane Arbus (1923—1971) was an American photographer and writer. Her specialty was black and white photography. Sh...
A couple of years ago, Kyle Thompson became interested in photography. Unfortunately, his anxiety prevented him from talking to people, so he opted to experiment with self-portraits
In his first solo exhibition, Bassem Samir employs colour-inundated conceptual photography to capture a culture he believes is challenged by a state of decay
Helmut Newton's SUMO (part 1): The Making of the Most Expensive Book. A film by Julian Benedikt (2000).
In 2005 artist Ana Álvarez-Errecalde responded to a recurring dream she was having and decided to take self portraits of herself, and her newborn daughter. The resulting images she has titled "Bir...