Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
THE 1920s SELFIE Photograph by The Byron Company via The Museum of the City of New York In this fascinating capture from nearly a century ago, we see the photographers of the Byron Company getting together for a portrait on…
This riveting photo is exactly why we need photographers, especially at newspapers, where they can shoot images like this on the way to whatever the assignment really was. What an eye.
Artist Chen Jiagang’s large format photographs explore the contrast of the landscape of cold-war China with the country’s shifting contemporary identity.
Elaine Chan-Dow earned a degree in urban geography before she returned to her first love, photography. These images from Theatrum, a study of theatre spaces, will be on exhibit at The Artist Project in Toronto.
Gallery Stratford’s Phonography Project has inspired some creative image taking.
One of the world’s largest art organizations has just launched a new, running competition that should thrill even the most uninitiated GIF maker. Saatchi Art and Google+ are collaborating on a project that encourages motion photography, the hugely popular creative trend that until now required special tools and […]