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The top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents
With the election around the corner, wouldn’t it be fun to rank the top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents? I...
Today, we remember
On this 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, we remember through photography. Those who lost their lives that...
How photography changed the way we view war
Photos are known for their stories and ability to spark emotions. Every photo has a story behind it. Whether that...
How photography influenced art, part two: Competing with paintings?
Photography did, in fact, affect paintings, their significance and their relevance. In the 19th Century, photography took the spotlight when...
How photography influenced art, part one: Changing the world
The ways how photography changed art may not be particularly dramatic, but they are not to be taken for granted....
Why was a painting of the moon landing on the cover of Time?
Fifty years ago, today, July 20, 1969, the whole world paused to watch a really fuzzy video in black and...
Black and white vs. color: Which has more emotion?
I feel like this topic is one that can be debated from here to eternity. It's a fun discussion where...
Photographing Hank Aaron’s 715th homer
(Editor's note: In this guest post, Atlanta photographer, Ron Sherman, recounts his Baseball Hall of Fame photo of Hank Aaron rounding...
On Photography: Alfred Stieglitz, 1864-1946
“In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz Alfred Stieglitz...
On Photography: Linda McCartney, 1941-1998
“The real thing that makes a photographer is more than just a technical skill, more than turning on the radio....
On Photography: Diane Arbus, 1923-1971
“I always thought of photography as a naughty thing to do — that was one of my favorite things about...
On Photography: Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1898-1995
“I have to be as much diplomat as a photographer.” — Alfred Eisenstaedt The Associated Press hired Alfred Eisenstaedt in...

The top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents

With the election around the corner, wouldn’t it be fun to rank the top 10 most photogenic U.S. presidents? I thought so, too. First, to be photogenic, a president had to be photographed a few times. Not only that, but

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Today, we remember

On this 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, we remember through photography. Those who lost their lives that day will not be forgotten. Below are a few of our favorite photographs from our Flickr group, in remembrance of

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Atlanta photographer Ron Sherman's photograph of Hank Aaron rounding the bases after breaking Babe Ruth's home run record with number 715.

Photographing Hank Aaron’s 715th homer

(Editor’s note: In this guest post, Atlanta photographer, Ron Sherman, recounts his Baseball Hall of Fame photo of Hank Aaron rounding the bases after hitting home run number 715 breaking Babe Ruth’s long-standing record.) The record breaker and friends On April

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On Photography: The work of Alfred Stieglitz

On Photography: Alfred Stieglitz, 1864-1946

“In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz Alfred Stieglitz is best known as the photographer who made photography accepted as a form of art. During his 5 decades-long career,

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On Photography: The photographs of Linda McCartney

On Photography: Linda McCartney, 1941-1998

“The real thing that makes a photographer is more than just a technical skill, more than turning on the radio. It has to do with the force of inner intention. I have always called this a visual signature…” — Linda

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Photographs made by Diane Arbus

On Photography: Diane Arbus, 1923-1971

“I always thought of photography as a naughty thing to do — that was one of my favorite things about it, and when I first did it, I felt very perverse.” — Diane Arbus Diane Arbus was as unique a

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On Photography: Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1898-1995

“I have to be as much diplomat as a photographer.” — Alfred Eisenstaedt The Associated Press hired Alfred Eisenstaedt in 1929 to work for them as a professional photographer out of their office in Germany. Before World War II, he

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Atlanta photographer Ron Sherman's photograph of Hank Aaron rounding the bases after breaking Babe Ruth's home run record with number 715.

Photographing Hank Aaron’s 715th homer

(Editor’s note: In this guest post, Atlanta photographer, Ron Sherman, recounts his Baseball Hall of Fame photo of Hank Aaron rounding the bases after hitting home run number 715 breaking Babe Ruth’s long-standing record.) The record breaker and friends On April

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On Photography: The work of Alfred Stieglitz

On Photography: Alfred Stieglitz, 1864-1946

“In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz Alfred Stieglitz is best known as the photographer who made photography accepted as a form of art. During his 5 decades-long career,

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On Photography: The photographs of Linda McCartney

On Photography: Linda McCartney, 1941-1998

“The real thing that makes a photographer is more than just a technical skill, more than turning on the radio. It has to do with the force of inner intention. I have always called this a visual signature…” — Linda

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Photographs made by Diane Arbus

On Photography: Diane Arbus, 1923-1971

“I always thought of photography as a naughty thing to do — that was one of my favorite things about it, and when I first did it, I felt very perverse.” — Diane Arbus Diane Arbus was as unique a

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On Photography: Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1898-1995

“I have to be as much diplomat as a photographer.” — Alfred Eisenstaedt The Associated Press hired Alfred Eisenstaedt in 1929 to work for them as a professional photographer out of their office in Germany. Before World War II, he

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Ansel Adams photos: Moonrise, Hernandez, NM and El Capitan.

On Photography: Ansel Adams, 1902-1984

“There is nothing worse than a brilliant image of a fuzzy concept.” -Ansel Adams Ansel Adams was a photographer, environmentalist and a concert-quality pianist. He is best known for his photographs of grand vistas rendered in immaculate black and white prints.

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Freedom Tower now stand in front of where the twin towers were before 9/11/01.

9/11 — Remembering the last 17 years

The great tragedy of mass death and destruction by terrorists piloting hijacked jets in New York City has left all of us who watched, in person or on our televisions with indelible memories of that day. We remember exactly where

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Edward Weston: Nude 1935 and Shell 1927

On Photography: Edward Weston, 1886-1958

“If I have any ‘message’ worth giving to a beginner it is that there are no shortcuts in photography.”  —Edward Weston Edward Weston was a seminal photographer of the first half of the 20th century. He studied photography at the

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