This week, the international photography world is descending upon Paramount Studios for the third annual Los Angeles edition of the Paris Photo fair.
The next time I lay down to die, I hope to be an old woman, with deeply-etched laugh lines and gnarled knuckles from gripping my camera too fervently, my pen too fondly. Because it won't be tomorrow. Or the next day. Or the day after that. I still have so much light to find.
Photographer Jason Peterson's Instagram account consists of solely black and white images. There's only a few accounts that I know of that follow the black and one aesthetic and his is among the most popular with over 400K followers and counting.
Discover what inspires and motivates one of the modern masters of photography, Canadian Jeff Wall, who here discusses a selection of his impressive photographs and their often meticulous compositions.
After living in Prague for almost two decades, I am still as fascinated with the Charles Bridge as tourists are seeing it for the first time. During these many years, I have discovered the best spots to photograph the Charles Bridge. Some much less-known than others.
I recently sent a cold email to the address on Mr. Schuman's website and was greeted with a response from his assistant. Little did I know that in less than a week I would be sitting in the studio of the man who inspired me to care about clothes in the first place.
This stretch of 1,300 miles of embattled and poorly maintained highway has so far cost more than $3 billion in foreign aid to rebuild, along with many hundreds of lives in bombings, ambushes and preventable traffic fatalities.
There's something in the Los Angeles air right now attracting New Yorkers. All over the city you can find New York galleries, designers, fashion labels, creatives and with a little luck, one of New York's finest photographers, Jason Frank Rothenberg.
Photography meshes reality and art together to portray the surreal truths of our world. It recalls times past and harbors life-impacting moments in tangible still-life frames.
This week on Upstate Diary Christina Kruse talks about her necessity to create her own structures.
Following the death of both parents, 46 year-old artist Philip Toledano decided to confront his own future... by ordering a DNA test.
Think about it: When was the last time you visited a foreign place and simply took it all in? Too often, we don't truly experience the never-before-seen places we visit.
I bought my first camera, a Soviet made Zenit-E SLR, in 1970. I still have the first roll of black and white 35mm film that I developed. The smell of developer and fixer from the countless hours I have spent in darkrooms is still imprinted in my brain. To this day I always carry a camera.