Robert Stevens' "Yvon's Paris" →
i always find timeless, classic images like this inspiring. Robert Steven’s has collected photographs of the “City of Light” taken by a master photographer in the early part of the twentieth century. The photographer Pierre Yves-Petit, who called himself “Yvon,” wandered the streets of Paris and the results are stunning.
the Highfliers →
Ryan McGinley’s Olympic coverage…
i really suggest that you spend your time seeking knowledge, instead of better...– joey l.
Aevum blog... →
do yourself a favor and spend some time looking at the steady updates of Matt Mallams, Elyse Butler and their homies at Aevum. tons of good stuff in here. Get these cats some jobs already…
Pietro Masturzo talks about winning World Press... →
Tim + Jenn = Awesome →
Photo power couple Tim Gruber and Jenn Ackerman are part of a new feature by Kevin Martin called “Two of a Kind” on the NPPA blog The Visual Student. When they are ready for some new photo couples, hit me up, i’ve got a big list. Lots of interesting pairs and collaborators. How about Ben Lowy and Marvi Lacar? or Brian Storm and Elodie Mailliet? Or Bert Fox and Nanine...
World Press Photo Winners Announced...
i’ve always been partial to the results of the World Press. This year there are plenty of examples of great and moving images, but i feel there isn’t anything that grabbed me as exceptional above all else. some of the work that caught my eye was: Portrait Stories 1st Prize. Roderick Henderson’s In The Car series. It’s awkward in the sense that it’s just pictures of...
photo workshops in haiti face online backlash. →
mages of luxury cruise liners docking at the Haitian port of Labadee immediately following the earthquake raised an uproar. Now the decision of two photographers (Zoriah and Andy Levin) to hold workshops amidst the chaos and death are stirring online debate on the ethics of photojournalism. New Orleans resident and photographer Andy Levin, who documented the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina,...
EMINEM magazine shoot for Complex Magazine = SO MUCH POST PRODUCTION the lesson learned here is all you need are average photos and an epic post production team for retouching and you’ll get some great pics.
David Fransson - Sweden →
the first photo of the girl slays me. it is so surreal and i wish i were there. david’s images are a mix of the direct and the awkward. his images under “Humans” are my favorites.
Decade Collection: David Honl and friends... →
A lot of great shooters on Sportsshooter are pulling out memorable images from the past decade and talking about why they matter to them. David Burnett David Honl Matt Mendelsohn Pete Souza and many many more…
Lightroom 3 Beta →
This free beta download has been out a few months, but i’m just getting around to downloading it myself. Expect a full report in the upcoming weeks. cheers david…
Dell buys Magnum Print Archive. →
In a transaction sure to prove the worth of photographs, billionaire Michael Dell’s investment firm, MSD Capital LP, has acquired about 185,000 vintage photographic prints from the Magnum Photos agency in what is thought to be among the largest photo transactions in history. While no price was disclosed, the collection has been insured for more than $100 million… (read the full story...
You can’t depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus.”...