I went on a photo walk around New York City the other day and began noticing the assortment of objects that people hung on the windshields of their cars. So, I decided to photograph the trinkets.
I'm fascinated by the way technology simultaneously connects and isolates people. My series, Encounter, explores some of the ordinary and intriguing men behind their online identities.
I like to take photos of things that may be a bit out of the ordinary: My kids eating, a random trip to Goodwill, the horrid bed head my middle child wakes up with every morning.
"Today carrying a camera is like carrying a weapon. Who ever might stop you and start interrogating you for taking pictures."
These products are so durable and dreamy, you'll want to put them on your wish list, too.
It was a blistering 35 degrees Celsius, but I was so preoccupied by my new surroundings that I barely noticed the heat. As I started the ignition of my rental car, my nerves tingled. I'm alone, in the desert. I'm going to be driving around in the desert, alone.
Gefter's smart, sexy and eloquent biography of this commanding arbiter of taste and culture serves as a definitive and memorable portrait of last century's intersection of gay life and the evolution of the hobby of photography into a way of producing collectible fine art.
While the Kardophiles eagerly await Kim Kardashian Selfish the book from the Numero Uno K on the science behind humected, sleek selfies, Swiss-German ...
Today, on International Volunteer Day, we celebrate the contributions of volunteers all over the world to improving our communities, whether those efforts are focused locally, nationally, or globally. 62 million Americans volunteered last year, that's close to 25 percent of the population over the age of 12!
Cold katabatic winds regularly race down from the high peaks above, epitomizing the weather for which South Georgia is famous. It is a definitive force and creates a veil of inaccessibility that extends to all visitors, time-lapse cameras included.