Julien Lanoo's photography is a documentation of the built environment. He looks at the architectural world with a deep understanding of its historical and social layers as well as the visible and intangible connections between nature, light and materiality.
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There are travel photos, and then there are professional travel photos--you know, the ones you see in the pages of Condé Nast Traveler, Departures ...
Vincent Flouret, A Parisian fashion photographer, went to Los Angeles for a bit of warm air and wonder. What he found were the engaging faces of many dogs looking to be adopted and decided to spend time helping them with a better chance of finding homes through his photography.
Remember the good old days of passenger aviation, when stylish travelers breezed through security and arrived calmly at their destinations, not a si...
The horror stories from the winners - involving mob hits, cyanide poisoning, bankruptcy, divorce - made it seem like a public service to steal the tickets from everyone buying one.
As any experienced artist knows, no one becomes rich and famous simply by creating superlative art. The artwork has to be put out into the world for people to see, and this requires the artist to gain expertise in marketing, promotion and sales.
In our deepest, darkest hours, we all come to light. Every single time. But in our sunny days, we all can see the night of our love. When love dies, everything else pales. And we all cry and pray and say strong words.
When I was a teen, it was The Dream. "Mad Men" were alive and well and taking the 7:23 into Grand Central every morning. I was in art school at the time in New York City and the idea of working as an illustrator on Madison Avenue only a few blocks away filled my head.
The art of street and urban landscape photography is often strenuous and lonely, and for the most part unrewarding from a monetary standpoint. So why are these styles so popular among newbies?
It's only natural to want to take better photos and document the experience in order to relive it down the road (and--let's be honest--it's fun to show off a little on Instagram). But not all photos are created equal.
Much has been written about photography since it premiered in the mid-nineteenth century. During its initial run, a camera was merely an inventor's experiment; then it became a wealthy man's toy.
We've all been asked that question: What do you do? And language has a way of confusing matters even more. Specific words and terminology take on a di...
Scroll through the gallery of photos and see how everyday working people's lives are captured in challenging, poignant and often beautiful settings.