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January 1942. "Guanica, Puerto Rico. Burning a sugar cane field. This is a process that destroys the leaves and makes the sugar cane easier to harvest." Acetate negative by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information. View full size.
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Galiya | Chinatown
On a recent Sunday afternoon, I met with Galiya on the eastern fringes of Manhattan's Chinatown for a couple of hours of photography. Although I am very familiar with...
Christmas Stockings: 1950
November 11, 1950. New York. "Gimbel Brothers department store. Interior. Raymond Loewy Associates, architect." 4x5 inch acetate negative by Gottscho-Schleisner. View full...
The Best Photography Grants and Scholarships in 2022
Every year, millions of dollars in grants are awarded, but most photographers may not know about them. Foundations, non-profits, and private companies are looking for talented...
Photographer Builds Giant Camera and Darkroom Bus
Photographer Bill Hao from Vancouver, Canada, spent two years building a huge oakwood camera. It shoots gigantic wet plate collodion photos measuring 32x48 inches.
In Portrait Photography, Beware Lines Intersecting Your Subject's Head
We've all heard of the classic rule of thirds, leading lines, and other composition techniques. But going with the most common rules can get a bit boring at times.
How Jan Kattein Architects Are Working to Regenerate Urban Spaces
Aberfeldy Street / Jan Kattein Architects. Image © Jan Kattein Architects The award-winning firm, Jan Kattein Architects , works to realize the civic and spatial opportunities...
One Picture is Worth A Thousand Stories
By Adam Gray, May 2022 Rehearsal of the toka dance in Yoohnanan on the island of Tanna, September 1974. Kal Muller films and photographs of Vanuatu , Tanna Island slides, Slide...
D.D. & Leslie: 1951
September 14, 1951. "Tillett residence, 170 E. 80th Street, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. on couch." The influential textile designers D.D. and Leslie Tillett. 4x5 inch acetate...
Real or Photoshop: How Much Photo Editing is Too Much?
There is a lot of discussion these days about the pros and cons of post-processing. Is it good or bad, why do we do it at all, shouldn't photography be representative of...
You Are Still a Photographer, Even If No One Likes Your Images
I think we have all been there. After the culling, editing, and sweating over every detail we post our latest masterpiece only to be greeted by three likes. One is from our...