Archive for the ‘Images’ category
Throughout February 2013, 9377 images were already uploaded to Fotografer.net, the biggest online photography community in Southeast Asia. As a matter of fact, model photography dominated the photos which were uploaded in the month.
With 38.3% of the uploaded photos, model category becomes the most-uploaded photos in February. It is followed by People/Human Interest category with [...]
Reuters news agency has released the Wider Image App created exclusively for iPad. The app, which is according to Reuters “to bring Reuters photography and information to life through an entirely new interactive experience,” offers in-depth photojournalistic reports shot by Reuters’ photographers across the world.
“The Wider Image was conceived to reimagine the way photojournalism can [...]
Armstrong was not the one photographed (like the popular belief), but was the photographer himself. This, however, revealed that he was not only the first man to land on the moon but also the first photographer to step on it.
Here are several published photographs from the closing ceremony, which included performances of world-renowned British musicians from different eras and styles.
A momentous NASA-related event occurred recently. It caused many people to stop a moment and gaze at NASA photos. It ignited Twitter into a tizzy.
It’s not about the Mars rover landing, it’s about the NASA Mohawk Guy. Flight director Bobak Ferdowsi, better known as the NASA Mohawk Guy, has caused quite a stir with his [...]
Madonna once again make it to the music industry by releasing her new album, MDNA. As last March she had promoted the album by making an appearance at Ultra Music Festival (Miami), some exclusive photos from The Huffington Post reveals that she is currently working on filming a music video for the album.
Previously unseen photographs and documents, recovered from state intelligence buildings controlled by Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi, will go on show in London this week. “Through carefully collated photographs, documents, artefacts and video, this exhibition will shed light on the recent history of Libya,” say organisers.
“The exhibition will highlight photography’s role in recording and documenting an [...]
Here are several original uncropped versions of those iconic images; from The Tank Man to Che Guevara. The interesting thing is the so many possibilities becoming the reasons for the photographer and the photo editor to choose what to keep and what to dismiss.
The rare event, happening on May 20, was a “once-in-a-generation” occurrence as the moon passes in front of the sun—creating a golden ring known as the “Ring of Fire”.
The alternative photo showed several differences from the popular one taking the hit. It is expected that the piece should fetch at least £9,000 when auctioned.