Snapshots were hard to pull off and ultimately time-consuming back in the day—as the materials for this Brownie Hawkeye show.
The photography game is changing. And San Francisco-based app firm Fyusion, Inc. doesn’t want you to miss a thing. With virtual reality gear taking over the world of video, it’s time that photography upped its game. “Photography hasn’t seen any fundamental advancements since the 1980s when photographs were first digitized…We are helping build...
Here, Jeffery Ladd talks about Errata Editions and its photobook series Books on Books.
Explore portraits and interviews of cartoonists, comics artists, animators and more, all from Michael Dooley and photographer Greg Preston, who is currently seeking to fund a new volume of his book, The Artist Within.
On Nov. 12 I will be the host for a wonderful array of talks on the state of design books: DESIGNERS & BOOKS FESTIVAL: ONSTAGE & OFFSTAGE.
Lindsay Adler, a New York City-based fashion photographer and educator, offers her best tips for creating the perfect print.
The process of developing a work of art requires an obsessive eye for perfection. Joel Grimes, whose photography appears in campaigns for a vast array of brands, is no exception.
The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial was among the international pioneering publications of photojournalism and pictorial commentary.
Steven Heller talks with Charles Traub, author of the new interactive book "No Perfect Heroes: Photographing Grant."
Let us start by acknowledging three universal facts. First: stock photography sites are packed, in surprisingly equal measures, with both great and terrible images. Second: something about the truly terrible images—as opposed to the merely uninspired ones—can be thunderously beautiful. Third: The two previous statements form an interesting tension worthy of examination. Why are...