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Sloma, an artist based in Oregon, has been using a 35mm camera for over ten years, including the two years her family lived in Milan, Italy.
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Allan Alston with Drumchapel Topspot his Beltex which was judged best sheep in show pictured with wife Arlene and son Allan Jnr.
Abandon Home , 2012. C Type print, 76 x 102cms. © Oleksandr Babak and Anatol Stepaneko.
Photographer George Rodriguez shows a photo of George Burns that was recently on display at the Whittier Art Gallery in Whittier on Wednesday, July 2, 2014.
His eyesight is so poor, he has never driven a car. Walking is his primary form of transportation, and at 71 years old, he still can cover 15 miles a day with his fiddle and guitar.
The 2014 Washington State High School Photography exhibit is now featured at the new Kenmore Camera store located at 6708 NE 181st Street in Kenmore.
The arrival of cheap drone technology - and small, light high-quality cameras - has given rise to a new genre of beautiful aerial photography and film-making.
The work of Sylwia Makris is otherworldly in a perturbing way. Although utterly gorgeous, there are dark elements strewn throughout each image that bring to mind the Gothic genre.
Who needs a fancy camera? Today's smartphone pictures can rival professional shots.
Talking with Barbara Bosworth about her vision of contemporary landscape photography opens up one's to looking at the world with a fresh perspective.
The best art collectors do a lot of looking. Hard looking. Which is just what Torontonians Ann and Harry Malcolmson did for several years before purchasing, in early 1988, the first photograph in what would eventually become a superb, centuries-spanning collection of almost 300 historic/archival photographic images of the predigital era.
Lighting is crucial to the art of photography. But lights are cumbersome and time-consuming to set up, and outside the studio, it can be prohibitively difficult to position them where, ideally, they ought to go.
Byron Baldwin, a professional photographer, photography instructor and founding member of The Light Factory in Charlotte, selected 35 works out of 68 entries from seven cities and two states to be displayed in the exhibit in the Dalton Gallery at the Center for the Arts.
Researchers at MIT and Cornell University are developing small, light-equipped autonomous drones to help produce lighting effects for photographers.
Gokhan Saymaz is a part-time professional photographer. He created this dazzling image of star trails above Esentepe, in Cyprus.
Around 300 people visited an exhibition set up to showcase the work of sixth form students at John Bentley School in Calne last week.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 08:05 am
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