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Gerd Ludwig, Chernobyl Through His Lens

Annie Stein | Posted 04.02.2014 | Arts
Annie Stein

Some people can't just let things drop. They just can't let them go. In some cases passion and commitment to a higher cause keeps them hanging on. Such is the case with National Geographic photographer Gerd Ludwig.

The Adorable Animal Meme That Went 'Viral' In 1915

Posted 02.28.2014 | Arts

One hundred years from now, when archivists look back on our lifetime, they will be faced with a digital treasure trove filled with-- among other thin...

IMAGES: 7 Breathtaking Sunsets From Around The World (NEW BOOK)

Posted 10.03.2013 | Books

As winter approaches, days are getting shorter and nights are getting longer. Don't let the lack of daylight be merely a bane of your productivity; In...

A Daguerreotype Glimpse Of The Civil War

AP | DOUGLASS K. DANIEL | Posted 10.05.2013 | Arts

"Mathew Brady: Portraits of a Nation" (Bloomsbury), by Robert Wilson Civil War photographer Mathew Brady largely taught himself the finer points of t...

PHOTOS: Everyday Life In Iran (NEW BOOK)

Posted 07.28.2013 | Books

Iranian Living Room (€34, Fabrica) is the first of a series of editorial projects published by Fabrica, a communication research center based in Tre...

Sean Vegezzi, New York-Based Photographer, Releases New Book

Leslie Hendry | Posted 02.13.2013 | Arts
Leslie Hendry

A 22-year-old New York City-based artist, Vegezzi is making his name with a recently published book of photographs depicting jaunts through the boroughs of New York City stealing (and exploring) spaces like only a gang of boys can.

7 Haunting Ventriloquist Dummy Portraits

Matthew Rolston | Posted 02.02.2013 | Books
Matthew Rolston

Many people look on ventriloquist figures in a negative light, as if there's something frightening about them. It took some time and several visits before the museum's Board of Directors understood that I genuinely find these figures to be endearing and deeply moving.

Diego Uchitel: Polaroids

Sophie de Rakoff | Posted 01.26.2013 | Books
Sophie de Rakoff

In our current aesthetic era of vintage redux and everything old is new again, Diego Uchitel: Polaroids is a lovely reminder of how the influence of the Polaroid is felt long after its official demise.

7 Inspirational Female Photographers You May Not Know

Whitney Otto | Posted 01.12.2013 | Books
Whitney Otto

The mention of their names is sometimes met with uncertainty, even though their photographs are not. I realized that many people know the pictures, but not the names, or, in some case, the reverse.

9 Amazing Views Through People's Windows

Posted 11.01.2012 | Books

The life of a city is revealed through its windows. All human life is there, and a poetic slice of it has been captured by Gail Albert Halaban's ever-...

6 Amazingly Gorgeous Photos From Around The World

Posted 10.20.2012 | Books

When hopping on a plane to your dream destination is out of the question, what do you turn to to quell your wanderlust? Reading travel stories or swoo...

PHOTOS: How Oil Is Ruining The American Landscape

Kate Orff | Posted 11.28.2012 | Books
Kate Orff

Our study into the human and environmental impacts of petrochemical production reveals a disturbing and imminent truth: the American landscape is not as beautiful as we dream.

Stunning, Rare Photos Of Famous Artists

William A. Ewing | Posted 09.29.2012 | Books
William A. Ewing

Newman has been called "the father of environmental photography" because unlike most or his colleagues, who preferred to work in their studios, he hungered to get out into people's homes and places of work. He particularly loved artists' studios, with all their clutter.

What Would YOU Take From Your Burning House?

Posted 07.28.2012 | Books

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), over 15,000 people are injured annually from house fires. Almost 400,000 house fires occu...

PHOTOS: Marilyn Monroe's Fashion Legacy

Posted 07.20.2012 | Books

Marilyn Monroe is an enduring sex symbol, but she's less known for her influence on the world of fashion. Today, fans envision her as the coy blonde b...

Relive The Past With Beautiful Nostalgic Photos

Taylor Jones | Posted 07.08.2012 | Books
Taylor Jones

My journey began on May 25th, 2011, while sitting at the dinner table looking through old photographs that my mom had carefully placed in countless albums and suddenly I was struck by a familiar scene.

PHOTOS: 5 Eccentric Japanese Collectors

Patrick W. Galbraith | Posted 06.06.2012 | Books
Patrick W. Galbraith

Welcome to Otaku Spaces, inhabited by some of Japan's most enthusiastic consumers and collectors. Today otaku refers to fans of all stripes; it is a label that is embraced as passionately by some as it is rejected by others. This is a terrain of contested meanings.

PHOTOS: 18 Awesome Pieces Of Street Art

Hank O'Neal | Posted 05.22.2012 | Books
Hank O'Neal

I try to stay as invisible as possible when I'm on the street taking pictures. This is where my ancient CIA training comes in handy: I'm a guy with a camera who can easily blend in.

Best Books In Photography From The Guardian

The Guardian | Sean O'Hagan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

In 2009, photography grappled more than ever with the notion that the mobile phone, rather than the cheap digital camera, may yet make photographers o...

Fame and Frame: A Collection of Stories and Photos of my Career

Pat York | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Pat York

This book is a partial visual diary of my life since becoming a photographer in the middle 60's. (The 90's is the only decade not represented. Principally, during that era, I concentrated on working with nudes and anatomy).