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The Eye of Photography

First, it must be noted that Marc Valesella could have been a musician or an engineer in equal measure, and a great one at either.

His wife Gaia proudly points out the exquisite ...

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Cryptodaily

Suppose you are a photographer - amateur or professional. In that case, you know that after many hours of work and editing, it is frustrating to see how hard it is to get the impact you imagined ...

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The Irish Times

Acclaimed documentary-maker Laura Poitras has made a film about photographer and anti-Purdue Pharma campaigner Nan Goldin

Not many people were betting on Laura Poitras’s All ...

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Amateur Photographer

One of the best ways to challenge yourself photographically is to enter photography competitions. Luckily, there are dozens out there to choose from, no matter your genre, style or level.

Wading ...

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Reader

Reader stories that captured our imagination in 2022

For the cover of our last print issue of 2022, we wanted to capture the spirit of the year, as we see it, in our ...

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PetaPixel

Few technological achievements have changed not only their field but also the way our world works. The Gutenberg printing press, for example, revolutionized how we communicate, and in doing ...

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Global Construction Review

The Art of Building, the world’s largest annual photography competition for the built environment, has opened for entries.

Run by the Chartered Institute of Building, the free-to-enter ...

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The Guardian

Through the looking glass: prize-winning portraits – in pictures

Winners of this year’s LensCulture portrait awards use intimate images to explore complex ideas about technology, ...

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PetaPixel

Cancer took my mother away. I was in a downward spiral until a chance encounter with nature set me on my path to recovery. I began photography as a means of prolonging the serenity I felt when ...

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Art Business News

Photography is both an artistic medium as well as a documentary and journalistic medium.

It’s done by everyone from career artist to amateurs picking up a camera for the first ...

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Time Magazine

Each year in November, the TIME photo team comes together to narrow down the thousands of images made by photographers around the world since January.

The ones that make the ...

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The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Wildlife photographer and founder of The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE, discovered that many of the images he took during his work in East Africa made him laugh out loud.

He ...

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The Guardian

Nothing can capture a poignant moment and convey a powerful message quite like a still photograph.

Although we seem to be living in the video age, a single image has the power ...

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The Guardian

If you’re looking for a bit of photo-inspiration check out this week’s crop of wildlife photography in The Guardian.

We have a waving seal pup in the Farne Islands, in my neck ...

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Mail Online

Levitating dogs, singing frogs and boxing alien-like insects. They’re all here in this, the 19th International Photography Awards.

Photographers, amateur and professional alike, ...

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National Geographic

Emperor penguins are the largest of the species, standing at around 4ft tall. Their habitat is the harsh Antarctic ice and the frigid waters.

With wind chill temperatures of ...

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Yorkshire Live

Every year, thousands of Goths decent on the North Yorkshire harbour town of Whitby for the Whitby Goth Weekend music festival.

This past weekend was the Halloween event that ...

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Amateur Photographer

Art Wolfe has been photographing after dark for decades. He exclusively reveals to David Clark what attracts him to the nocturnal world and why is he enjoying shooting it more than ever.

“I’m ...

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The Guardian

The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world in a gallery of unforgettable images.

Brighten up your Monday with this picture feast for photographers ...

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