Jesse Rieser’s series “Stalking a Serial Killer” grew out of an assignment for the French magazine Society, as part of their “America” issue that ran last fall. The project obliquely tells the story of the Serial Street Shooter, a gunman who terrorized a Phoenix neighborhood, killing nine people over the course of two years, stalking […]
In his new series “Sanctuary,” Matthew Pillsbury uses his shimmering, long-exposure approach to making images to picture public spaces, finding subtle or direct political meaning in these spaces. On view at Benrubi Gallery in New York City in a show opening today and running until November 22, the show includes images made in New York, […]
How would you feel if the Sun disappeared?
The Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft launches with Expedition 53 crewmembers Joe Acaba of NASA, Alexander Misurkin of Roscosmos, and Mark Vande Hei of NASA from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, (Kazakh time) (Sept. 12, U.S. time).
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft gazed toward the northern hemisphere of Saturn to spy subtle, multi-hued bands in the clouds there.
In this tutorial we will be going over how to create gorgeous in-camera flared effects that can add a lot of depth and interest to a simple portrait image. To do this we will be using a glass prism which can be found on any number of online retail sites. The glass prisms are generally […]
Rose Eichenbaum spent her thirty-year career photographing dance, recording “hundreds of dancers of every style—from ballet, tap, jazz, and break-dancing to ballroom, postmodern, world dance, butoh, and the avant-garde—in dance studios, photo rental houses, and site-specific locations, in rehearsals and in performances,” on assignments for dance companies, magazines and books, she writes in the introduction […]
Jim Naughten’s series “Mountains of Kong,” on view at Michael Hoppen Gallery in London until October 21, imagines the flora, fauna and terrain of an African mountain range that never existed. The Mountains of Kong, running East and West across central West Africa, first appeared on a 1798 map created by an English cartographer. In […]
Expedition 53 flight engineer Mark Vande Hei of NASA, top, flight engineer Joe Acaba of NASA, and Soyuz Commander Alexander Misurkin of Roscosmos, bottom, wave farewell before boarding their Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft for launch, Tuesday, Sept. 12. Launch is scheduled at 5:17 p.m. EDT.
The RX10 IV updates Sony’s high-end Bridge Super-zoom retaining its predecessor’s 24-600mm / 25x zoom and OLED EVF, but inheriting the RX100 V’s sensor for phase-detect AF, 24fps bursts and 4k without binning. There’s also a touchscreen and Bluetooth; see my preview!… The post Sony RX10 Mark IV review-so-far appeared first on Cameralabs.
This has to be one of the silliest things I’ve seen for a while. Not the product itself, but how it’s being marketed. Iris claims to offer professional automated headshots in a booth for $20. Your $20 gets you a “photo session” including half a dozen shots, “helpful posing tips”, and one free high res […]