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Rabari: Mitchell Kanashkevich

Rabari: Encounters With The Nomadic Tribe

Mitchell Kanashkevich calls himself a “tirelessly curious world wanderer and a travel/documentary photographer”. His photographs, taken from exotic locales such as Indonesia, India and Ethiopia, are featured in the Getty Images Collection, as well as...

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Professional Photography Is Easy

The Consumerist posted an article the other day that has many photographers up in arms. Giving ideas on how to raise extra cash during the holidays, one of the things listed is to “become...

Antonio Fadda

Say Hello To Facebook Timeline

You’ve heard the rumors and may have even seen the demos but, yesterday, Facebook announced on their blog that they are beginning the worldwide rollout of Timeline. Timeline offers a brand new layout that is more of a...

A monkey rides on the back of a bull during a bullfighting event at the festival of El Senor de Esquipulas at Tipitapa, some 16 miles (26 km) north of Managua, on Jan. 16, 2011.

The Surprising Photos of 2011

Most of us have seen at least one list of iconic photographs of 2011; the powerful images of the death of Osama bin Laden, the damage of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan, and...

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Ride Like Hell

One of our favorite shows on television at the moment is Sons of Anarchy. It’s a gritty (and often violent) portrayal of a fictional motorcycle club (“MC”) in northern California, at least loosely based...

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A Conversation With Jerry Uelsmann

To help celebrate the opening of “Digital Darkroom” at The Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, The New York Times posted a wonderful interview with photographer Jerry Uelsmann, whose work is featured in the show. We...

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Hanksy in New York

Banksy has recently come out with some new work in London. They are typical Banksy, commenting tongue-in-cheek on social and political issues of the day. Don’t tell Jeffery, but, although I love his work,...

Travel Photographer of the Year

Travel Photographer of the Year Winners

Last week, the annual Travel Photographer Of The Year competition results have been announced. The big winner was Louis Montrose from San Diego for his portfolio containing spectacular images of life in a painted village...

Diane Arbus

Don’t Look Away: Diane Arbus

Some call her a photographer of freaks, some called her an artist, and still others call her a photographic genius who was ahead of her time. Although her career was cut short by the...

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Vision Is Still Better

If you know David duChemin, you know what a fantastic writer he is (turns out, he also takes pictures now and again). But, if you’re not reading his Pixelated Image blog, you’re not getting...

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A Picture Is Worth

This past Saturday, Nikki, myself and the amazing volunteers in the group photo above, participated once again in Help Portrait. For those of you unfamiliar, Help Portrait is a worldwide outreach effort, started by...

Scott Pasfield

Gay In America: Scott Pasfield

We love photographs that also have compelling stories behind them. Photographer Scott Pasfield spent three years and traveled 54,000 miles to capture portraits and the personal stories of 140 fathers, brothers, sons, and friends from...