The World Summit on Arts & Culture is taking place in Malta. I’m not there. Again.The issues being raised, though, are ones we need to discuss right here.
A New York Times interview with William Eggleston reminds us of the power and emotion of color photography
I didn’t feel like writing on any of the trending topics facing me this morning. So, I revived some photos from the archives. 10 is a nice, round number.
What is an old man like me doing up watching the Chanel fashion show so early in the morning? Because fashion shows are more than just fashion.
We didn’t have time to write much new this morning, so we went to the garage and pulled some images from our 2009 book, Gravity, and gave them a new look.
The lack of respect we see for both online and printed photographs has reached a fevered pitch. This needs to stop. Show some respect for the photographs.
Life comes with limits that are often frustrating, However, when we slow down and actually learn to work within the limits we can find incredible beauty.
People believe really stupid shit from talking to the dead to presidential campaign rhetoric. Why are we so gullible? Turns out, science has the answer.
Burberry rocks the very core of fashion with a Virgina Woolf-inspired collection that anchors a wide array of changes, including direct-to-consumer sales.
Photography has been my life over 30 years. We’re celebrating World Photo Day with 40 of our favorite photographs from the past two or three. More to come.
Coffee is the very source and essence of life. Everyone needs coffee but not everyone makes a good cup. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered. Read our tips.
Those moments when we are dreaming can be some of the most creative. So, could it be possible to tap that creativity while we’re still awake? Yes, it is.
Filters applied globally to photographs can be fun and amusing. However, they’re not intended to be art and to see them presented as such by professionals is beyond disappointing.
Public expression of our beliefs and opinions is an inalienable right. We strong encourage people to exercise that right. We even have suggestions on how.
Nick Knight recently re-asserted his opinion that photography is dead. Does that mean we are no longer photographers? Of course not! We disagree with Nick.
The end of June marks the half-way point in the year. We’ve lost a lot, cried a lot, and smiled a lot. We take a moment to remember the pictures.
Yesterday’s sit-in was inspiring. Protesting naked, however, might make it stronger. We have 10 matters with think benefit from a naked protest.
Kat hasn’t been in front of my camera all year. We fixed that problem by tossing her into the water. Cold water. She didn’t kill me. We took great pictures.
Walking the dog each morning is a good time to sort through the bare, naked thoughts left over, from weddings to naked pictures to where to pee.
As the world mourns the death of Muhammad Ali, we are faced the challenge of adequately remembering someone who truly was The Greatest.
Society is changing and Artificial Intelligence will eventually take all the jobs. Unless you’re an artist. Artists rule.
It’s been a busy month! We take a moment to look back at just the pictures we’ve posted in the past 31 days. Look and see what you missed!
There is no contest that can truly say one talent is better than the other. All we have is someone’s opinion. Maybe we need to find a better approach.
Today is Friday the 13th with a full moon while Mercury is in retrograde. So, why are we worried about art investments crashing? Because it’s really scary.
I couldn't get my alarm to shut off this morning, which means my day started with a high level of frustration. The solution? This stuff (video included).
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