News

What We Wore - join the project at the Tate

The photography project invites people to submit photos from their youth. As project founder Nina Manandhar explains, the images can be more revealing the professional photography

The idea for What We Wore came to me a few years ago. A lot of my work involves documenting youth culture and I noticed that often there was more variety and distinction in people's own photographs than in professional photography. Often you notice that the way people caption the images would bring the story to life. I started my own Flickr group and asked friends to contribute. We ran the content as a weekly format on the website I run with Cieron Magat, Isysarchive.tv. We then developed What We Wore website and project it just grew from there.

Continue reading...
Categories: News

Urban Instagram photographers you should follow

Love urban photography? Addicted to Instagram? These snappers capture their cities in beautiful and surprising ways

Follow our @GuardianCities Instagram account for daily updates on great urban photography from across the world and to share your photos with us. Here are the latest updates

Continue reading...
Categories: News

The work of killed AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus in pictures

Pulitzer prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus has been shot dead in Afghanistan's violent east while covering preparations for the presidential election. Here is a retrospective of her work, from the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan to the London 2012 Olympics

Continue reading...
Categories: News

Bible belt baptism - a picture from the past

After a 42-year career as a staff photographer, B. Anthony Stewart became known as the most prolific photographic contributor to National Geographic magazine. His images, like this evocative shot of a baptism in Arkansas, show a mastery of colour and composition Continue reading...
Categories: News

Waterproof camera returns to owner after being lost at sea

DP Review News - Fri, 04/04/2014 - 10:00

An Olympus camera lost by a Finnish diver on a trip in Thailand has made its way back to its owner. Reported by the travel site Sail In Finland, in January the Finnish diver's tethered camera floated away after some rough weather. The point-and-shoot was found the next day by Krzysztof Torzynski, a Polish diver from Denmark who was in the same waters. He then used photos on the camera to look for the owner. Learn more

Categories: News

Lensbaby brings 'Sweet Spot ' selective focus lens to iPhone

DP Review News - Fri, 04/04/2014 - 09:00

Lensbaby is well known among DSLR photographers for its array of special-effect lenses. Now the Portland, Oregon-based company wants to expand into mobile photography and has launched a Kickstarter project to fund the final development stage of its Lensbaby Sweet Spot lens for iPhones. Learn more

Categories: News

Transcend UHS-I Class 3 memory cards support 4K video capture

DP Review News - Fri, 04/04/2014 - 08:00

Transcend has announced SDXC/SDHC UHS-I Class 3 (U3) rated memory cards with read and write speeds of up to 95MB/s and 85MB/s. The Transcend cards meet requirements to give smooth video capture on new 4K cameras such as the Sony FDR-AX100, Panasonic Lumix GH4 and Canon EOS C500. Featuring 32GB to 128GB capacities, the new cards will available by mid-April in Japan and soon after in the U.S. Learn more

Categories: News

Cocks of the walk - Malaysian ornamental chickens in pictures

Photographer Ernest Goh has captured the beauty and personalities of Malaysian ornamental chickens reared and groomed by dedicated owners for participation in pageants in his new book Cocks: The Chicken book. Here, four Ayam Seramas and a Silkie hen show their colourful side.
For prints and book sales visit ernestgoh.com
Facebook
Twitter Continue reading...
Categories: News

Kenro launches Nissin i40 compact flash with video light

DP Review News - Thu, 03/04/2014 - 22:12

Kenro has announced the Nissin i40 compact flash gun that also has a built-in video light. It's compact in size and has a flash output of GN40 at 105mm with wireless TTL mode. The new model also has a LED video light providing nine steps of output level adjustment. The Nissin i40 is now available for Nikon and Canon, with Sony and Fujifilm fits coming soon. It will sell for £204/~$338. Learn more

Categories: News

The Tower of David in Caracas, Venezuela - in pictures

The Tower of David is an abandoned skyscraper in the centre of Caracas which has become home to 3,000 people. Reuters photographer Jorge Silva documents life in the world's tallest vertical slum

Read more about the inhabitants here Continue reading...
Categories: News

Nokia unveils 20MP Lumia 930 with Windows Phone 8.1

DP Review News - Thu, 03/04/2014 - 17:30

Nokia has launched a new high-end smartphone. The Lumia 930 is the international version of the Lumia Icon that was launched a few weeks ago as an exclusive model for U.S. carrier Verizon. Looking at the specifications, the 930's camera module appears to be identical to the unit used in Nokia's 6-inch phablet, the Lumia 1520. The 1/2.5-inch BSI CMOS sensor offers 20MP and the F2.4 aperture is combined with an optical image stabilization system and a dual-LED flash. Learn more

Categories: News

Lovers and fighters: Robert Capa's best second world war photography

Capa, one of the world's most distinguished war photographers, famously said: 'If your photographs aren't good enough, you're not close enough.' And close he certainly was, accompanying US forces to Europe from 1943-1945. From D-Day landings to a soldier wandering a lane with his sweetheart, his images are on show at Daniel Blau gallery in London until 10 May

Continue reading...
Categories: News

Sport picture of the day: tummy tats in Brazil

Evidently it's not just English fans who like to get their stomachs plastered in tattoos. This supporter of Botafogo has an eclectic mix Continue reading...
Categories: News

India prepares to go to the polls - in pictures

More than 100 million first time voters will cast their ballots when the world's biggest democracy holds a general election from 7 April. Here is a selection of young voters' opinions on the important issues facing Indian today

Continue reading...
Categories: News

PhotoshopUser TV: Brushes and Spatter Effects – Episode 376

Photoshop User TV - Thu, 03/04/2014 - 14:37

Pete talks about Brush charting. Corey has a tip on doing a spatter brush effect.

This Week's Sponsors:

Wacom | mpix | B&H Photo | KelbyOne | Peachpit | Squarespace | Expo Imaging | Intel

Photoshop User TV Episode 376 is now playing! Download Episode 376
(In order to download this file directly to your computer, right-click (Control-click on Mac) on the Download link and choose the Save As option.)
Categories: News

It's a knockout: punchy pictures that reveal the reality of boxing

Photographer Max Kandhola spent years in sweaty gyms sparring with prizefighters for his project The Aura of Boxing and the results pack an emotional punch

Armed with little more than a 4x5 plate camera and a ruler, Max Kandhola, photography lecturer at Nottingham Trent University, set out to capture the essence of the prizefighter's world. He sparred with boxers close-up with only his lens between them. Having taken a few blows along the way he emerged with a major project, The Aura of Boxing, which has been exhibited at three venues in London, Derby and Nottingham. A 96-page book will accompany the shows, published by Dewi Lewis.

Continue reading...
Categories: News

Up close: The beauty of butterfly wings

DP Review News - Thu, 03/04/2014 - 11:00

Some look like impressionistic paintings, while other look like colorful ribbons. It's hard to imagine the subjects of British photographer Linden Gledhill's macro photos are actually butterfly wings. A biochemist by training, Gledhill says, 'I’m completely enchanted by the physical world around me and obsessed by its natural beauty. My career in science has magnified this feeling of awe'. See gallery

Categories: News

New York storefronts: what a difference a decade makes

When photographers James and Karla Murray revisited the shopfronts they had documented in their Disappearing Face of New York book, they found many replaced by chain stores, banks and luxury apartments

Continue reading...
Categories: News

The weirdest photo albums ever made in pictures

Amsterdam-based publisher Erik Kessels has produced 12 books of weird, often surreal, domestic photos, never intended for publication. Here are some of funniest, most enigmatic and inexplicably heartwarming pictures from his collection

Read more about the pictures here
Categories: News

Roll with it: Official World Cup ball goes HD

DP Review News - Thu, 03/04/2014 - 09:00

With the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil just around the corner, Adidas is getting the ball rolling with an eye-catching video series. They've outfitted a match ball, also known as Brazuca, with six GoPro-style cameras for a unique point-of-view as Brazuca's six 'eyes' provide a 360-degree view around the field from cleat-level. Watch Brazuca in action

Categories: News
Syndicate content