Don't judge people by their majors. Genuinely ask them what aspect they want to use their major for, and if they aren't quite sure, don't get all crazy on them. Be accepting, that is all.
Burkina Faso is a small, landlocked country in West Africa, where American photographer David Pace spends time each year. Some of the areas Pace explores during his trips are the brick quarries.
The story of Vivian Maier is a wonderful reminder that we all carry some brilliance inside of us. But perhaps it is an even better reminder that nobody owes it to you to put your work out into the world.
One of the biggest struggles people seem to have with photographing their kids isn't the light or the gear, it is their kids running from the camera. Who can blame them?
Of late I have seldom been in a social situation - even yoga and meditation classes! - that was immune from being captured for all to see throughout the universe in perpetuity via Facebook and Instagram.
Their latest exhibition, Home on the Range, features a mixed-media collaboration between painter Joan Scheibel and photographer Bobbi Bennett that focuses on the culture, landscape, flora and fauna of the American southwest.
To see how pictures can change the reality, and make the history, just take a look at before and after of an iconic photo taken by Elliott Erwitt unearthed in Magnum's "Contact Sheets" documentary.
Each year, Canadian Evelyn Hannon, editor of Journeywoman.com reaches out to her online pals around the world -- travel bloggers, journalists and photographers -- to ask for their favorite women-centered photographs.
Our memories sometimes work against us. Recollections of dates, times, and names fade with each passing moment. Erasing painful images or pretending oppression does not exist will not eradicate social injustice.
Tthis incredible backdrop is draped in a soft, arctic glow for 4-5 hours during the winter, which grants photographers ideal conditions for shooting.