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Photo gallery: The best images from the German Grand Prix –

The Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland delivered plenty of drama and talking points as Fabio Quartararo romped home to become the king of the Sachsenring. The factory Yamaha rider now holds a commanding Championship lead, and you can see some of the best photos of the Frenchman, plus more, by clicking below!

Award – Bartur Photo Awards – Open Call – The Eye of Photography

This year’s BarTur Photo Award is now open but CLOSING SOON! The competition is free to enter for both the main and student awards to continue to support and celebrate photographers who are challenging the way we see the world. The cash prizes have increased this year to a total sum of $20,000 for the […]

‘Images you can smell’ – novelist Orhan Pamuk on Dayanita Singh’s mesmerising photos of India’s disintegrating archives – The Guardian

‘Images you can smell’ – novelist Orhan Pamuk on Dayanita Singh’s mesmerising photos of India’s disintegrating archives Where does a state’s power truly reside? Not in its military, says the celebrated writer, but in the Kafkaesque files it keeps on its citizens – and no one showed this more brilliantly than Singh I first met […]

The Best Prime Lenses for the OM SYSTEM OM-1 – The Phoblographer

The OM SYSTEM OM-1 is a fantastic camera in so many different ways. It brings with it a ton of innovation that we haven’t seen in others on the market. Couple that with the great lens selection that’s available and you’ll be amazed at what it can do. Do you like prime lenses? Well, we’re selecting […]

25 Products With Before-And-After Pictures That Prove Just How Hard They Work – BuzzFeed

If you’re doubtful, these products can provide evidence. We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI […]

The Questionnaire : Lisa Kristine by Carole Schmitz – The Eye of Photography

Lisa Kristine : Humanist above all. Born in San Francisco, California as a child, Lisa Kristine spent countless hours in the darkroom with her uncle, learning the developing process, and it was there that her love for photography was revealed… her other passion being anthropology. After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising […]

Mairie 13e : Éric Laforgue : Un peu de Paris 13 – The Eye of Photography

In his collection of drawings Un peu de Paris (2001) Sempé sketched Parisian scenes and places with tenderness, poetry and humour. The title of Éric Laforgue‘s new exhibition is a nod to and a tribute to the famous cartoonist. Graphic decorationsThe photographer has tightened the boundaries of his urban explorations to the 13th arrondissement, close […]

Triennial of Photography Hamburg : A journey, part two – The Eye of Photography

After a first tour of Hamburg that took us from a bourgeois building in the Altona district to the impressive History Museum, passing by the Museum of Fine Arts, Labor and Ethnology… We continue our journey to discover the last six exhibitions that make up this ambitious edition of the Hamburg Photographic Triennial. Before returning […]

Little Big Galerie : Elise Linares : Littoral Marseille – The Eye of Photography

Littoral Marseille is a series that documents, in the form of a puzzle, a narrow strip of land: 20 km long from Estaque to Prado beach, a few tens of meters wide, always as close as possible to the sea. in Marseille, the sea is neither central nor touristic. The center is the Old Port […]

Spirals of blue light in New Zealand night sky leave stargazers ‘kind of freaking out’ – The Guardian

Spirals of blue light in New Zealand night sky leave stargazers ‘kind of freaking out’ Social media abuzz with pictures and theories about formations thought to be from exhaust plume of SpaceX rocket New Zealand stargazers were left puzzled and awed by strange, spiralling light formations in the night sky on Sunday night. Around 7.25pm […]

Three Months of Using the OM-1 Mirrorless Camera: Am I Still Impressed? – Fstoppers

Only if you buried your head for the last few months would you have missed the enthusiasm for the OM-1. The new camera from the company previously known as Olympus caused quite a stir. How is it faring in the real world? I’ve owned the OM-1 for a little over three months. Am I still […]

5 Reasons Your Photography Channel Isn’t Growing on YouTube in 2022 – Fstoppers

Getting views on YouTube isn’t easy, especially now in 2022. With so many of us hoping to get more eyes on our work and possibly make YouTube a successful side hustle, the struggle is real when trying to get any traction in the genre of photography. Don’t worry, I’m not just speaking as a viewer […]

catch the eccentric ‘culture pool’ poster show by makers’ yard – Designboom

catch the ‘culture pool’ show on june 23 in frome, somerset ‘Culture Pool’ is the first visual art show curated by Makers’ Yard, a new artist-run cultural space in Frome, Somerset, UK. Set in a converted Victorian tannery, the creative hub also features artist studios and a community yard. ‘We took over the warehouse in 2020 with […]

The Next Hasselblad Mirrorless Camera Looks to Be a Big Upgrade – Fstoppers

Hasselblad’s X1D and X1D II 50C medium format mirrorless cameras have achieved some popularity for being incredibly portable while still offering extremely high levels of image quality. An updated body is expected fairly soon, and it looks like Hasselblad is planning some major upgrades to the camera.  Photo Rumors and Chassimages are reporting that a French Hasselblad […]

Vivian Maier: Anthology review – the attentive, intimate images behind the myth – The Guardian

Vivian Maier: Anthology review – the attentive, intimate images behind the myth MK Gallery, Milton KeynesThe extraordinary life story of the nanny who was secretly a street photographer can overshadow her groundbreaking images – but at the first UK show of her work they take spectacular centre stage In her lifetime, while working as a […]