Being a photographer doesn't always mean owning a fancy camera and having a degree. All you need is a creative eye and the means to take a photo.
A photograph is merely an image captured on paper or in a file. It is ephemeral. It's only importance is the value someone puts on it emotionally or monetarily. Many photographs taken before the days of digital...
Robert Mapplethorpe was more than a controversial photographer. His work had inspired and influenced generations of photographers.
“There is no such thing as inaccuracy in a photograph. All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth.” So said legendary photographer Richard Avedon, the New York native whose artistic vision forever...
You have seen many an advertisement which features beautifully manicured hands or the hands of a working person, baby hands and just plain old hands.
Gustave Le Gray has been called the most important photographer of the 19th Century. See a gallery of his photographs, as well as learn a bit more about this interesting photographer from France.
Dichotomy is defined by all intensive purposes , in photographic terms, as a split image; one or the other or two samples that contradict
Looking for great 365 projects to follow this year? Check out this hub for information on five promising sites with amazing photos posted daily.
Irrespective of the differing opinions on the importance of the photographs in the complete oeuvre of the famous photographer Andre Kertesz, the series of nudes that he photographed in 1933 using distortion mirrors...
Yasumasa Morimura is a Japanese photographer that is greatly influenced by Western culture. This article discusses the meaning behind his controversial art work.