TODAY Show Demonstrates Why Train Track Photography is So Dangerous

At least once per month, we hear about someone else—a photographer, photo shoot subject, sometimes just kids messing around—who was struck and killed...

Google Abandons Its Nik Collection of Popular Photo Editing Software

Google received praise from photographers last year when it made its $150 Nik Collection of popular photo editing software 100% free. But alas,...

Rare Color Photos from World War II

Due to costs and scarcity, the vast majority of photos captured during World War II were shot on black-and-white film. Some images were...

An Interview with Photographer Mark Seliger

Mark Seliger is one of the best-known editorial portrait photographers in the U.S., and his career spans over twenty years. He succeeded Annie...

6 Tips, Tricks, and Hacks for Shooting Sharper Manual Focus Photos

This article aims to provide you with key tips, techniques, and hacks that, if followed correctly, should practically guarantee nailing pin-sharp manual focus...

I Was Credited for an Iconic Photo Half a Century Later

Many a photographer knows from experience that getting a credit line for his or her work may often be the only compensation available....

Camera Settings for Concert Photography Beginners

This guide is intended for concert photography beginners. If you have a DSLR camera and are interested in how to control your camera...

Apple Reveals New 10.5″ iPad Pro with Better Camera, Display, and Processor

Today’s Apple keynote is one of the longest we’ve ever seen, packed full of announcements that just keep on coming. First there were...

What It’s Like to Work in the White House Photo Office

Chuck Kennedy is a former White House Photographer and worked as Assistant Director of the White House Photo Office during the Obama Administration. How...

How I Found My Niche in Professional Photography

I’m Alastair Philip Wiper, a British photographer based in Copenhagen and working worldwide. From the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, to giant shipyards...

A ‘One Second Everyday’ Video by a Celebrity Photographer in NYC

Want a glimpse into the star-studded everyday life of a celebrity photographer? Photographer Noam Galai just published the above 7-minute video with 1...

Artist Shames Disrespectful Holocaust Memorial Tourists Using Photoshop

Holocaust memorials are somber places designed to honor the memories of the millions who lost their lives in the genocide, but tourists at...