"The one quick thing iPhone users need to understand is that the minute you switch over to camera mode your iPhone is no longer a phone but a camera. ...
The image was supposed to illustrate post modern middle-Americana fun: In the center of the frame was Kid Rock, lunging forward, split-open cardboard Budweiser 24-pack box in his hand, aiming to cover the front of a woman revealing something.
As much as we've traveled, we've never seen a view quite like this. Somfy, a company that specializes in blinds and window shades, asked 41 people in 27 countries what they see outside their windows and how that daily view makes them feel.
The first thing you notice when unpacking the new Nikon D7200 DSLR camera ($1,699 with an 18 - 140 mm DX lens) is the size of the so-called user's manual.
If the cat is in a tree, use the spot meter to gauge the light of the leopard, so it's not a silhouette against the sky. If you're focusing on a certain part of the leopard, the eyes are particularly commanding.
Don't be afraid of the dark. Learn how to take perfect photos at candlelit dinners, dim restaurants, and outside at night. The table is set, the cand...
During my first visit to Austin, Texas, I had no car. Over the course of four days, I walked as much as my body could withstand in the high heat and photographed the Live Music Capital of the World's urban textures.
I have been advised on a number of occasions not to mix art and politics -- always heated subjects. But in the last few days I went to two museums where these subjects were mixed to maximum effect.
To Hide To Show is a group exhibition at MAMA, one of the newest contemporary art galleries taking Los Angeles by storm. The exhibition title is derived from the loose English translation of a contemporary French social anthropological study entitled "Montrer / Occulter."
Some of us have a hard time to get up in time for breakfast, let alone at 4 a.m. to get ready to go to see sunrise over Angkor Wat. Yet, the tortuous alarm clock should remind us of how fortunate we are to experience sunrise over Angkor Wat.
I think of your face;/ It is on your last day,/ Quivering lips upward/ Perhaps starting to smile,/ And a single tear swelling/ In the corner of your life.
A couple years ago, when I started experimenting with photography myself, I tried to think of any war zones close to New York I could visit. Since there weren't any immediate places that came to mind I trained my lens on the inequality I saw everyday: the homeless.