Best News Bloopers February 2016

Funny news bloopers that hit the internet this month. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! https://goo.gl/2gJW4j BEST NEWS BLOOPERS 2012 https://youtu.be/gesm2CiVbuo BEST NEWS ...

Funny videos - Donald Trump and Ben Carson Hilariously Blows GOP Republican Debate Entrance, NFL Denver Broncos fan spends $21,000 on Super Bowl tickets, Criminal looks just like BBC news reporter, Nascar reporter snubs John Cena, and a Yanet Garcia laughing fit - make up this month's ultimate best news blooper compilation.

See How the Slow Motion 'The Candidates' Was Filmed

Christopher Morris takes us behind the scenes

The clip lasts 10 seconds, but Morris’ camera movement that day – his sweep across that front row in that Noah’s Event Venue in St. Clive, Iowa – took less than a second to film using Vision Research’s Phantom, a high-speed camera that shoots more than 720 frames per second.

Operation Kakongoliro! The Ugandan Expendables

Cooming Soon - Produced by SupaFans around da world from Kickstarter n Patreon Updates, T-Shirts, & More! --- http://supastore.wakaliwood.com/ FREE! Who Kill...

Art collector Jean-Marie Donat’s affaire-de-coeur with TeddyBär began three decades ago when he stumbled across the very first snapshot picturing the mammoth wooly creature traipsing down the streets over Berlin. Over the last twenty years, the Frenchman has committed himself in earnest to tracking down TeddyBär in his many incarnations, discovering dozens of men who from the 1920s until the 1970s, donned bewhiskered polar bear suit in hopes of earning a buck (or indeed a Reichsmark) by posing with tourists and passersby.

Business of Editorial Photography – Panel Discussion - The Photo Brigade

This special Business of Editorial Photography Panel Discussion features some of the best photographers on the planet: David Bergman, David Burnett, Al Tielemans, Rob Tringali, and via Skype, Robert Seale. Moderated by PhotoShelter's Allen Murabayashi, th

This special Business of Editorial Photography Panel Discussion features some of the best photographers on the planet: David Bergman, David Burnett, Al Tielemans, Rob Tringali, and via Skype, Robert Seale. Moderated by PhotoShelter‘s Allen Murabayashi, they talk about their collective 100+ years of experience working for the top publications of our times

Donna Ferrato : Conflict – The Eye of Photography

The project by Donna Ferrato is the third episode. Many conflict photographers talk about getting “close” to their subjects; but perhaps none get closer than Donna Ferrato. For more than 30 years, Donna has been making deep and lasting relationships with women, and then asking to take their pictures on the worst day of their lives

Charlie Brooker's 2015 Wipe: the only roundup you need to watch

As always, Charlie “Screen Wipe/Nathan Barley/Black Mirror” Brooker manages to sum up every single terrible thing about the year that was with gut-busting hilarity.

As always, Charlie "Screen Wipe/Nathan Barley/Black Mirror" Brooker manages to sum up every single terrible thing about the year that was with gut-busting hilarity.

BEST NEWS BLOOPERS 2015

A collection of the best news bloopers of 2015. BEST NEWS BLOOPERS 2018 https://youtu.be/1pmUSYfBmF0 BEST NEWS BLOOPERS 2017 https://youtu.be/bD3DjN7i1Fg BES...

Fernando Moleres’s project ‘Melting Landscapes’ reduces the Arctic region’s vast vistas—towering icebergs, massive glaciers, snow-swept ice sheets—to their most minimal elements. The biggest challenge was having enough cloudy, gray days to achieve just the right look.

San Francisco Through the Lens of Travis Jensen

Here's a 6-minute video by Green Label that focuses on the work of Travis Jensen, the San Francisco (and LA) based street photographer that we also

Here’s a 6-minute video by Green Label that focuses on the work of Travis Jensen, the San Francisco (and LA) based street photographer

Can a photograph change the world? - CNN

CNN's Christiane Amanpour talks to photojournalists featured in "Conflict," an online series that looks at the role of photographers in conflict zones.

New online miniseries "Conflict" explores role of photojournalists in conflict zones

Terrifying Footage of Paris Firefight Caught on Video

Photographer captured standoff between cops and attackers with his iPhone

Patrick Zachmann of Magnum Photos was on Republique Square in the center of Paris when he saw police cars and fire trucks speed by. “I knew something was strange,” he tells TIME in an interview. “I immediately thought of a terrorist attack.”

This Week in New Media - A Photo Editor

by Jonathan Blaustein It’s the beginning of October. The leaves on our Aspen trees are about to turn gold. My son, aligned with their calendar, will turn 8 the same week. Things change, but cycles are forever. As such, I’m happy to report that I’ve been w

I received an email from a regular reader, Brandon Tauszik, based in California. He wanted me to look at a photo project that he’d done, in the form of animated GIFs. African-American barbers shops in Oakland, to be specific.

Juxtapoz Magazine - Pedro E Guerrero: A Photographer’s Journey

Discover the life and work of photographer Pedro E. Guerrero, a Mexican American, born and raised in segregated Mesa, AZ. Discover the life and work o...

Discover the life and work of photographer Pedro E. Guerrero (Sept. 5, 1917-Sept. 13, 2012), a Mexican American, born and raised in segregated Mesa, AZ. His career included collaborations with architect Frank Lloyd Wright and sculptors Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson. Although his work was acclaimed, his poignant story is largely unknown. A co-presentation of VOCES and American Masters.

Past, Present and Future Of Photography – A Video Interview With Brooks Jensen, Michael Reichmann and Kevin Raber - Luminous Landscape

On a recent trip to Seattle, WA, Michael Reichmann Founder of LuLa, with Brooks Jensen,  Publisher of Lens Work and Kevin Raber, Publisher of LuLa had a discussion about photography.  Together they explored the different states of photography. During this

The bottom line in photography is that the changes have been very big.  There are new audiences, new ways of viewing and new methods for sharing images.  It’s a fascinating journey and discussion.  If you have a passion for photography we’re certain that you will enjoy this talk.

Correspondent

An AFP photographer takes thousands of pictures each year. Many are forgotten in this permanent flow, remaining only in the memory of computer servers.  Others are etched in the minds of their authors. We asked several photographers to tell the story behind a striking picture from their career, of an event that still remains vivid today

Walking Through War: Hyperlapse Storytelling - PhotoShelter Blog

Many years ago, I had the pleasure of seeing the late Chris Hondros speak at the Eddie Adams Workshop. During his presentation, he showed an entire of sequence of images that led up to this 2005 image of a 5-year-old Samar Hassan with blood covered hands

Ten years after Hondros photographed Hassan, The New York Times published a feature entitled “Walking in War’s Path” that takes the viewer through a tour of eight different places in and around Gaza on the one year anniversary of the war. The perspective includes both Israelis and Palestinians – lives filled with destruction and fear.

Walking in War’s Path

Meet a wounded Israeli soldier, a 5-year-old stuck in Gaza and a 24-year-old in Gaza who finds comfort in horse-jumping. For them and many others, daily life is full of reminders of last year’s Israel-Gaza war.

For residents of Israel and Gaza, routine paths are full of reminders of last summer’s war. Tukka Najjar, 5, stands where her home used to be.