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You’ve probably seen plenty of those then-and-now photos around the internet, but until recently, creating your own took some work.
Timera 2 is a free app for both iOS and Android that allows you to create past/present photo mashups with ease.
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When you think about the epicenter of street photography, it’s difficult to imagine any other place than New York City.
In her latest film, Cheryl Dunn tells the stories of legendary street photographers who came to define a style that’s still being replicated today.
Each and every day, Central American youth embark on a harrowing journey north to reach the United States.
Los Angeles Times staff photographer Don Bartletti chronicled the story of Enrique, a teenager from Honduras who was heading north in search of his mother. See the rest of Bartletti’s Pulitzer Prize-winning series below.
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Keep your camera bag organized and your photo accessories protected with the Photographer’s Pouch.
Super organization ready, these guys have velcro backs so you can stick ‘em to your camera bag, the back of a wool sweater, maybe even your dog!
Brooklyn-based photographer Ben Franke recently teamed up with local Parkour athletes to create a photo series showing off their remarkable talent.
Before capturing them in action, Ben coated his subjects in a layer of flour, creating a stunning visual effect that shows the passage of time.
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Texas is not exactly a place you associate with surfing, right? In spite of that, photographer Kenny Braun discovered a hidden surf culture that’s alive and well in southeast Texas.
In his latest book, Surf Texas, Braun documents the niche group of individuals riding the waves in an unlikely location.
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We’re looking for fun photo-loving writers, photographers, engineers (computer kind), an office manager.
Working in the turbulent post-WWII atmosphere, Legendary Japanese photographer Issei Suda captured the sentiment of his country like no other.
One of the best publishers around, Nazraeli Press, recently put together a retrospective book featuring over 100 unseen images from Suda’s archive.
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Happy 4th of July Eve (aka the 3rd)! Prep for tomorrow night by brushing up on your firework and sparkler photoing skillz.
We’ve got technical tips for crisp clear shots and inspiration for getting a bit wacky with it. America!
We’ve been transfixed by this incredible series of double exposures by Beijing-based photographer Xiao Yang.
In Love Letters, Xiao creates dreamy portraits against the backdrop of abandoned buildings and derelict structures.
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Photographer Donna Dotan created these dazzling, symmetrical images by photographing the reflections in Manhattan skyscrapers.
In a recent interview, Donna wrote, “I’d always thought that New York City had already been photographed from every point of view. But the beauty of photography is that there’s always a new perspective to be discovered.”
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