The prestigious nature photography exhibition returns this October. Now in its fifty-second year, the renowned and celebrated annual wildlife photography competition and exhibition returns to the Natural History Museum with images of the most extraordinary […]
Cindy! Linda! Naomi! Here’s Marie Claire’s ultimate edit of the best, most fabulous, most iconic models of all time… Once upon a time, before there was Gigi, before there was Kendall, hell, even before there […]
Out past the breakers on a stretch of southern Sri Lankan coastline, men perch on simple stick crosses, flicking short poles with a hypnotic rhythm, fishing. Their technique, stilt fishing, has been practiced by two […]
The Brooklyn Historical Society presents “Truman Capote’s Brooklyn: The Lost Photographs of David Attie,” a tribute to the county of Kings in the mid-twentieth century. “I live in Brooklyn. By choice. Those ignorant of its […]
A new exhibition of his work, 1-2-3-4, is showing at Fotografiska, one of Stockholm’s best cultural centres. Most young people familiar with Anton Corbijn’s work discovered him through Control (2011) – his beautiful, argent biopic […]
Long exposure photography lets you capture light trails, motion blur, and better low light shots. While the built-in Camera app doesn’t let you control shutter speed and light sensitivity, there are lots of apps available […]
Kate Moss Kate Moss: the woman, the supermodel, the legend. The British icon and English Model, born in Greater London, rose to fame in the early 1990’s and took the world by storm after her […]
Simply put, For Love & Lemons makes some of the most gorgeous lingerie and swimwear in the world, with an eye for style and class so many others in the space just don’t have. To […]
Photographer Manuello Paganelli journeyed to Cuba for the first time in 1988. “I saw the country in black and white, like a Humphrey Bogart movie,” he says, recalling the dated clothing people wore and the […]
The British Wildlife Photography Awards are proud to announce the winners for 2016, offering an in-depth look at the diverse wildlife found within the region. Contestants submitted thousands of entries to 15 categories including animal […]
Ask Peter Lindbergh which year of his career he’d most like to relive, and he has plenty of good options. 1988 comes to mind: It’s the year he shot the iconic “white shirt” photo of […]
New York City’s fashionable urban jungle has a lush new lair with the opening of the John Varvatos WTC store ensconced within the 78,000-square-foot Oculus retail multiplex—part of Lower Manhattan’s Westfield World Trade Center Transportation […]
The SAVEUR Blog Awards are here, and from a pool of tens of thousands of reader nominations we’ve selected 78 finalists in 13 categories. Now it’s your turn to vote for a winner. Cast your […]
It is this place where my heart jumps for joy. The sun reflects in my eyes. And the soul finally comes to a rest. “Looking through the results of this series, I am still amazed […]
Lara Platman has been photographing motorsport for many years, capturing both the beauty of the machine, their power, the fans and the people who sit behind the wheel. Her latest project focuses on the endurance […]
Aside from his commercial work that spans industrial, corporate and retail, Singapore-based photographer Raphael Olivier is also one for urban documentary. The French shooter recently unveiled his latest photo series titled “Vintage Socialist Architecture” that […]
French photographer Mathieu Stern wanted to try something new for his “Weird Lens Experiment”, so he acquired a 136-year-old lens from a large format camera – one of the first to have a mechanical iris […]
There are over 1 billion active iPhone users currently in the world and most of them, if not all, have taken advantage of the device’s iSight camera optics function. From shooting everyday occurrences to award-winning […]
“Sure. I’d like to live regular. Go home to a good looking wife, a hot dinner, and a husky kid. But I guess I got film in my blood. I love this racket. It’s exciting. […]
“In my vocabulary, there are two bad words: art and good taste,” German-Australian fashion photographer Helmut Newton (1920–2004) observed. He believed, “ Some people’s photography is an art. Not mine. Art is a dirty word […]
In the heart of the France’s Champagne-Ardenne region, a new sport was born in 1926 with the creation of the second Grand Prix de la Marne in Reims-Gueux. The 7.816 km road course was built […]
Betty Brosmer was the highest paid supermodel of the 1950s – winning more than 50 beauty contests before the age of 20 yrs old, posing for more than 300 magazine covers, and stunning men and […]
With The Deep Blue Good-By landing the services of Christian Bale to star and James Mangold to direct, 20th Century Fox’s adaptation of John D. MacDonald’s Travis McGee books is coming together at last.
True to its reputation, the Sundance Film Festival debuted a variety of fascinating and cutting-edge independent films during its annual run in Park City recently, but this year’s biggest breakout star was not celluloid.
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A sticky post with a regular landscape featured image on the corner of a nondescript block in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, is a bank, or what used to be.
The primary theme of Sargeant’s analysis of the cultural paradigm of narrative is the role of the writer as artist the subject is contextualised into.