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Interview with a Volvo Ocean Race Onboard Photographer

Interview with a Volvo Ocean Race Onboard Photographer

The Volvo Ocean Race is an adventure photographer’s dream; it’s a thrilling around-the-world sailing race starting in Alicante, Spain, and ending in Gothenburg, Sweden, nine months later. To thoroughly document the October 2014–June 2015 event, the race includes an Onboard Reporter (OBR) for each boat. More than 2,500 multimedia reporters and adventure photographers vied for […]

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World Press Photo of the Year Announced After 20% of Finalists Are Disqualified

World Press Photo of the Year Announced After 20% of Finalists Are Disqualified

The winners of the 58th World Press Photo Contest have been announced, and the judges had their work cut out for them. They sifted through 97,912 pictures from 5,692 photographers around the world to select photos that exemplify the highest standards of photojournalism. Here, two members of the jury, Michele McNally and Donald Weber, discuss […]

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Ansel Adams’s Son Revisits a Life Changing Photo

Ansel Adams’s Son Revisits a Life Changing Photo

Ansel Adams was one of the pioneers in landscape photography. His work is something extraordinary. Something still relevant today. Thanks to┬áMarc Silber‘s interview with the legendary photographer’s son, Michael Adams, we have the opportunity to see up close how some of his most important photos were born: Michael Adams tells the story of one particular […]

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The Art of Saving a Life Photo Project Focuses on the Importance of Vaccines

The Art of Saving a Life Photo Project Focuses on the Importance of Vaccines

When artist Alexia Sinclair was approached by the Gates Foundation to do a photo project highlighting the history of the smallpox vaccine, she enthusiastically agreed, creating an intricately detailed set from scratch: Called The Art of Saving a Life, the project is a tribute to Dr. Edward Jenner’s 1798 smallpox vaccine discovery and a reminder […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Christ Statue Over Rio at Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Christ Statue Over Rio at Night

As it prepares for the Olympic Games of 2016, Rio de Janeiro is alive with renovation. Authorities are struggling to finish construction of the Olympic Park in time, and the city is hard at work, aiming to impress the world with its new facilities and revitalization. But one of Rio’s most recognized landmarks is not […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Unique Ice Formations at Abiqua Falls

Interesting Photo of the Day: Unique Ice Formations at Abiqua Falls

If you’re like many photographers, you take a break from outdoor picture-taking when the temperature plummets. Holiday festivities make for plenty of indoor photo opportunities that can be enjoyed without scarves and mittens. But those who bundle up and brave winter hiking conditions are rewarded with sights few people get a chance to see. Joshua […]

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4 Fundamental Tips for Better Ski Photography

4 Fundamental Tips for Better Ski Photography

Taking photos of skiers and snowboarders in action can be a tricky endeavor. Being prepared to get the shots you want can make for a much more satisfying experience for both the athlete and the photographer. Corey Rich offers basic advice that you can use next time you find yourself on the slopes: 1. Look […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Laser Beam Menorah

Interesting Photo of the Day: Laser Beam Menorah

How do you celebrate Hanukkah when you have access to extremely powerful lasers and high tech laser guidance systems? Like this, of course: On December 21, 2011, a Hanukkah menorah lit up the Hiriya landfill, a former waste disposal site near Tel Aviv. The site, now called Ariel Sharon Park, became a giant holiday display […]

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Behind the Scenes of a New Zealand Timelapse

Behind the Scenes of a New Zealand Timelapse

Unless you’ve dabbled in timelapse yourself, it’s difficult to comprehend the time and effort that goes into the process, but so many photographers make it look easy. During his recent five week trip to the South Island of New Zealand, photographer Matt Williams shot 30,000 still images and compiled the frames into this gorgeous timelapse […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: First Ever Photo Taken From a Comet

Interesting Photo of the Day: First Ever Photo Taken From a Comet

Yesterday was a big day in history. The European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission achieved something epic—for the first time ever, a probe successfully landed on a comet. It was a feat ten years in the making; Rosetta was launched on March 2, 2004 and traveled 6.4 billion kilometers to arrive at its destination. Upon touching […]

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