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Images From A Long-Running Conflict

Posted 01.27.2012 | Arts

James Lukoski, a New York-based photojournalist, has covered numerous domestic and international events during his storied career. Some of his most no...

International Year of the Forests Photography Fellowship (PHOTOS)

Josh Birnbaum | Posted 12.31.2011 | Green
Josh Birnbaum


WATCH: Paparazzo Helps A Groom 'Pap' The Question

Posted 12.10.2011 | Weddings

Monday’s "Today Show" featured former paparazzo James Ambler, who left the celebrity world for the world of weddings. After years of photographi...

Less Is More: Photos From Our Favorite Weddings

Paige Appel and Kelly Harris | Posted 12.04.2011 | Weddings
Paige Appel and Kelly Harris


How One Classic Photo Told the Truth While Fudging Reality

David Schonauer | Posted 12.04.2011 | Arts
David Schonauer


How To Hire A Wedding Photographer

Emma McIntyre | Posted 12.02.2011 | Weddings
Emma McIntyre

You can't recreate a wedding, or any of the moments within it. It's the ultimate documentary assignment and your photographer, whoever they turn out to be, only has one shot. Less presence is more when it comes to photography.

Is the Road From Art to Fashion a One Way Street?

Bill Powers | Posted 10.11.2012 | HuffPost Home
Bill Powers

A friend of mine likes to joke that he used to be in fashion, "but then I made bail." That sentiment probably rings true for many fashion photographers when they step into the gallery system.

William Wegman's Theory of Dogs and Dogginess

David Schonauer | Posted 11.02.2011 | Arts
David Schonauer

It might come as a surprise that William Wegman, who is and will forever be best known for his droll photographs of Weimaraners, does not consider himself very doggy.

Iconic Images By 'Afghan Girl' Photographer

Posted 09.24.2011 | Arts

Steve McCurry, the internationally renown photojournalist best known for his photograph "Afghan Girl" on the cover of National Geographic, released a ...

Captured in Collodion

Mia R. Benenate | Posted 10.05.2011 | Arts
Mia R. Benenate

Perhaps it is in the longer exposure, or perhaps it comes from the age of the medium itself, but Collodion brings out a side of those captured in its lens usually reserved for private moments of reflection in the mirror.

How Benjamin Lowy Sees Libya

Turnstyle | Posted 10.03.2011 | Arts

Photo Credit: Benjamin Lowy/Turnstyle SEE MORE PHOTOS>> WARNING: Some photos are graphic. EDITOR'S NOTE: This report was originally published on T...

'Car Fetish: I Drive, Therefore I Am'

VernissageTV | Posted 09.30.2011 | Arts

Back in 1888, when Berta Benz made the pioneering long distance trip with her husband's car, no one could imagine traffic jams or even "Carmageddons"....

Photography And The Art Of 'Refraction'

Posted 09.19.2011 | Arts

Photographer Lydia Anne McCarthy's new show, Refraction, at Daniel Cooney Fine Art is "a series of portraits made with refracted light, the highlights...

PHOTOS: Feminist Photography And The 'Glass Ceiling'

Posted 09.08.2011 | Arts

Jill Greenberg's new show "Glass Ceiling" at Clamp Art NYC is her fifth at the gallery and represents a continuation of her interests in portraiture, ...

Photographer Shows 'Disassembly' At Its Finest

Turnstyle | Posted 08.03.2011 | Arts

Originally published on, a digital information service surfacing emerging stories in news, entertainment, art and culture; powered ...

Stars Shine at the White House Correspondents' Dinner (Photos)

Jeff Malet | Posted 07.09.2011 | Entertainment
Jeff Malet

The stars came out at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner at the Washington Hilton on April 30, 2011. The black tie affair was the place where politicians, news correspondents and Hollywood types all came together.

It's Not Always Sunny in Philadelphia

John Gascot | Posted 05.31.2011 | Arts
John Gascot


Candid Moments Captured on Film: Street Photographer Damon Pablo

Emily Farache | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Emily Farache

I entered the gallery and saw the photographs in the kind of perfect clarity only a personal viewing can provide. Before me were six achingly poignant moments of quotidian life frozen in time and rendered significant.

Blog Watch: Aerial Landscape Photographs On BLDGBLOG | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

Dutch photographer Gerco de Ruijter recently got in touch with an extraordinary series of aerial photographs called Baumschule--some of which, he expl...

Exhibition Spotlight: Steve Fitch Retrospective At Kopeikin Gallery in LA

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

WHO: Steve Fitch WHAT: Retrospective: 1970 - 2010 WHEN: Through April 1st, 2011 WHERE: Kopeikin Gallery 2766 South La Cienega Blvd Los Angeles, CA ...

Move Over Graceland! Memphis to Build William Eggleston Museum

ARTINFO | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

"At this writing I have not yet visited Memphis, or northern Mississippi, and thus have no basis for judging how closely the photographs in this book ...

BLOGWATCH> 20 Best Pieces Of Advice From Artists And Photographers In 2010

My Modern Metropolis | Posted by Alice on December 30, 2010 at 2:00pm | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

Though we've evolved over the past few years, there's one central theme to My Modern Met that's never changed. By sharing today's best modern day expe...

WATCH: FILM: French Street Artist JR's Film 'Women Are Heroes' Opens January 2011

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

Women Are Heroes, part of Parisian street photographer JR's 28 Millimètres project, draws attention to oppressed women everywhere. Chronicling the l...

Reviewing "The Unsung Heroes of Burlesque"

Jenna Henry Hansen | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Jenna Henry Hansen

A new exhibition brings together the work of 22 artists to recognize and celebrate the artist's view of scantily clad performers through the lens of a camera.

"What Really Happened" at Time Magazine?

Rick Carnes | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Rick Carnes

When Time reports on other iconic thieves, like Bernie Madoff, they most often take a victim's perspective. Why, then, do they always take the thieves' and looter's perspective when it comes to Internet piracy?