Nov 18, 2013 7:00am

JFK 1963: A Bystander’s View of History

When President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, professional photojournalists took many of the iconic photos from that tragic day.  Supplementing the images burned into the memories of most were snapshots taken by unsuspecting witnesses to history. Gov. John Connally,… Read More »

Nov 14, 2013 3:10pm

Stunning Flowers in Close-Up: Macro Floral Photos

Avid amateur photographer Achim Mittler from Frankfurt, Germany, has been taking pictures for more than 50 years. When he’s not off on a “camera safari” photographing wildlife he puts a macro lens on his camera and captures beautiful images of flowers in his small backyard… Read More »

By Meredith Longo

Nov 9, 2013 7:00am

The Female Figure, Surreal and Underwater

Belgian photographer Harry Fayt’s  work focuses primarily on the theme of water.  Like many artists both past and present, the female figure, epitome of beauty, fascinates, influences and guides him in his artistic evolution. He has chosen to photograph the female figure in water, a natural… Read More »

By Meredith Longo

Oct 30, 2013 3:10pm

Wild Plant Arrangements Turn Human

Artist Camila Carlow arranges plant-life, transforming them into eerily beautiful human-like organs. These plant organs are made out of foraged plants and weeds. The plants had to be collected and assembled early in the day so they could be photographed in the best available natural… Read More »

Oct 22, 2013 2:23pm

Photographer Robert Capa Turns 100

Robert Capa, considered one of the greatest modern war photographers, was born 100 years ago today. Born Oct. 22, 1913, Capa was raised in Budapest, Hungary. He studied journalism in Berlin and began taking photos as a hobby. Finding it difficult to locate work as… Read More »

Oct 17, 2013 1:19pm

Behind the Lines: Symmetry and Repetition, in Photos

Photographer Moritz Braun started taking pictures a mere two years ago but fell in love with photography, especially black and white, very quickly. Metro station Gänsemarkt, Hamburg, Germany – 2011 In his Behind the Lines series of photos, Braun studies lines and symmetry that seem… Read More »

Oct 3, 2013 3:02pm

Bill Eppridge, Legendary RFK Photographer, Dies

Bill Eppridge, one of the most legendary photojournalists, died Wednesday. He was 75. Eppridge was a staff photographer for LIFE where he covered many assignments, including the Vietnam War, heroin addicts in New York City and the presidential campaign of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. One of his most… Read More »

Oct 2, 2013 12:23pm

Water, as Precious as Gold: Life in Parched Western Kansas

Large parts of Colorado are recovering from the worst flood in a generation, yet farmers and ranchers in the western half of neighboring Kansas are desperate for moisture. A devastating drought has gripped the area for almost three years. Despite these difficult times and harsh… Read More »

Sep 6, 2013 6:00am

PHOTOS: All The Candies of The Rainbow

Got a sweet tooth? Austin-based photographer Emily Blincoe‘s “Sugar Series” is sure to give you a sugar rush. By sorting candies by color, Blincoe makes wonderfully sweet collections of some confectionery favorites. Eight-by-ten “Sugar Series” prints are available on Emily Blincoe’s website here. Follow more… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Aug 22, 2013 6:00am

75 Years Since Fred & Ginger Took Center Stage

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, one of Hollywood’s most famous dancing duos, appeared on the cover of Life magazine 75 years ago today, on Aug. 22, 1938, a welcome distraction from the Depression. They first appeared together in the film “Flying Down to Rio” in… Read More »