No matter if you are snapping with a smartphone or the most complex DSLR, Italy is probably one of the most picturesque and photogenic countries in the world.
Steve MacGregor mostly clicks his cameras around Denver, Colorado. Toiling madly, almost exclusively using just available light, his lifelong pursuit ...
Israel is too often caricatured, distorted, turned into a polemic. But for millions, it is home, the setting of their childhood, of first kisses, family picnics, tough break ups, fond memories of all kinds.
"If you think about the actual reason, the story you want to tell, you will be in a much better position to convey this to the people looking at your images."
Dream Sequence is Sylwana Zybura aka Madame Peripetie's award-winning photographic book project. It oscillates around the portraiture of unconventiona...
It's what's on the inside that counts. Very true, of course -- even when it comes to food.
How many times have you looked at the work of a photographer and thought -- not only is there something remarkably consistent about his or her style that makes the creator instantly identifiable, but also makes me as the viewer feel a certain way? Wonder no longer.
The energy exchange between fans and musicians during live events can be intoxicating, even without mind-altering substances. New York-based photographer Erin Feinberg has perfectly captured that dynamic in her new B&W coffee table book.
"When I have a camera in hand, I want to capture the moments where shadows give way to light and allow us to see," says photographer Thierry Laurence, whose black and white portraits can be seen at Elegba Folklore Society's Cultural Center in Richmond, Virginia as part of the city's First Fridays Art Walk.
Losco Hunter grew up on a family farm producing mainly wheat and Polled Hereford beef cattle southeast of Enid, Oklahoma. During his tenure as a land ...
The New York gallery will exhibit recreations of fashion photographer Marco Glaviano's best-known black and white images of Crawford, which are large-scale versions printed on canvas and sprinkled with diamond dust.
Marti went to discover a part of the cosmos that hasn't been seen before. She was a photographer. She took hundreds of pictures -- some she thought were gorgeous, some showing minutest details, some broad shots of the rainbow, some ugly.
When we retouch, we say to our clients, "You're better this way." "You're better with a flatter tummy." "You're better with skinnier arms." "You're better with a rounder bum." "You're better without that scar." Who do we think we are?
"Paris is an astonishing theatre. Streets, squares and monuments compose its relentless scenography where the most beautiful drama takes place: Lifeworld."
"When I am in the kitchen, or when I am teaching about cooking, the most important thing I talk about is imparting the food you are cooking with the secret ingredient of love!"
"A perfect day in NYC would be a balance of favorite places and new discoveries. I try to walk everywhere because it's the best way to discover new things in the city. Even when I am in a neighborhood that I am familiar with, I purposely take a different route each time."