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Martha Cooper

Some consider it to be art, others call it vandalism. I definitely belong to the first group. At least when it’s not just scrabbling but when there’s a message behind the whole image, when some style or at least some effort can be recognized. 471 more words


Playing with the invisible

It was these photos – soft blue tones, ice and water, the Arctic – about which I’ve recently happened to come across again. Photographs taken by a New Yorkan photographer and environmental activist called… 298 more words


SIGMA and Awards

As this title already suggests, SIGMA’s series of awards is increasing – with the renowned TIPA Award , which was awarded this March.

In this case, the… 337 more words


Lindbergh exhibition in Munich

Almost everyone interested in photography sooner or later comes across the name Peter Lindbergh. The German belongs to the very big and influential fashion photographers of the past 1940s. 268 more words


Remembering British Calotype Photographer Philip Henry Delamotte

April 21, 2017 /Photography News/ Born 196 years ago today, on 21 April 1821, Philip Henry Delamotte was a British photographer and illustrator, best known for his photographic images of The Crystal Palace in London. 219 more words

Just Announced, Meet The Nikon D7500

Nikon has just added a new camera to their DX format (CMOS) line up. 65 more words