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Sometimes we put things off so many times that the act of delaying that thing becomes automatic. Ill get to that thing tomorrow, and tomorrow comes, tomorrow goes, and that thing never gets taken care of. I fell into that trap, and the thing that kept being put off was taking portraits of my parents.

I really need to make some portraits of my parents, I would say, because at some point I wont be able to do it.

Id say it over and over and put it off again and again... more

Photographer Jerry Ferguson was flying in a news helicopter this week to cover seasonal monsoon weather in Phoenix, Arizona, when a massive dust storm showed up on the horizon. As they flew away to outrun the wall of dust... more

Earlier this year I guided a group of photographers in Namibia. It had been some time since my last visit and I was very keen to return, but little did I know that this beautiful African country would see some very rare weather conditions during my visit. In this article I'll describe what happened.

It was a peculiar time in Namibia, with some very weird... more

Turkish macro photographer Can Tuner recently turned his camera onto ordinary leaves in order to study the details of nature. After back-lighting a leaf, Tuner was surprised to find that up-close, it... more

Astronauts on the International Space Station have shot and shared gorgeous views of our planet in recent years. Here’s a 5-minute video by Big Think... more

When we think of tribes, the first thing that comes to mind is, What did those tribesmen and women believe in? What were their customs and beliefs? Thats what I asked about the Konyak tribe that was nestled in Nagaland, India, in regard to the famous headhunters.

Headhunting was the war-art of capturing the head of an enemy, which, was seen as a rite of passage for young boys to turn into men. Capturing the head of an enemy meant to capture the spirit that the enemy had... more

Despite most images existing exclusively in digital format these days, there is a good choice of portable photo printers available in the market and Canon has just added a brand new option to the segment in the shape of the Zoemini.

At 160 g and measuring only 118 x 82 x 19 mm, the Canon Zoemini is lighter and smaller than most comparable products and very similar in size to the smartphone you would typically pair it with, making it easily storable in any bag.

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While some tinkers are building automated at-home solutions for film processing such as the Developist and Filmomat, Mexican photographer... more

Back in 2016, photographer Jairo Melara of the Los Angeles-based photography company... more

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