Before the widespread use of recorded sound, if you were a music aficionado with a favored piece of baroque music you would be lucky if you heard it more than a handful of times in your lifetime. The circumstances of the orchestra necessary to perform the
Are social media and selfie culture killing the outdoors? Nah... but as a visit to some overshared spots reveals, they’re challenging our notions about whether there’s a right way to appreciate nature—and who gets to do it.
From portrait, journalism, fashion, fine art, travel, wedding, sports and music photography – just to name a few – this crucial list of photographers is available to view on this Google Sheets document, and is also taking submissions to be featured on the list which you can find here.
As photographers, we have a moral obligation to listen to and understand a story first before trying to tell it. But are we considering how our perspectives or personal experiences may affect our approach to telling the story? Today, we’re thrilled to pre
In November 1963, just months before apartheid in America was finally outlawed, two groups of black photographers based in Harlem came together to form the Kamoinge Workshop. It went on to become the longest-running photography collective in the world. T
The COVID-19 crisis has been devastating for the photography community; according to a recent study, 85% of freelance visual artists and photographers have reported contract cancellations, and 91% expect to…
Not an April's fools joke - today Nikon announced that they will stream all of their online Nikon School classes for free (for the whole month of April): "We know it can be tough to stay inspired during these times. Nikon's mission has always been to empo