- Be sure to check out our huge gallery from last Friday’s incredible World War II flyover.
- Wyoming has passed a very confusing law that appears to, in part, ban people from taking photographs and giving them to the government, even for science.
- “Lily will use GPS and computer vision to follow you at up to 25mph and keep you in the center of the frame.” The selfie surveillance drone is available for pre-order.
- 98 different foods, perfectly cubed and laid out in a grid. And then someone made a key identifying each food item.
- Photos of Frida Kahlo’s incredible locked-away wardrobe.
This month’s Leica Store DC Oskar Barnack Wall winning photograph is “Cafe de Flore” by Vince Lupo.
Getty Images and Instagram have partnered to offer $30,000 in grants for three photographers using Instagram “to document stories from underrepresented communities around the world.”
Andrew Savulich’s photos of 1980s New York are quirky and off-kilter, like the city itself before it became a sanitized tourist mecca.
Hungarian photographer Bela Doka’s series “Fan Club Putin” shows the Russian President’s biggest fans are college students who worship him like a pop star.
Hyung S. Kim captures striking portraits of haenyeo, women who gather seafood in Korea, submerging deep underwater without diving equipment or breathing apparatuses.
Bernhard Lang’s aerial shots highlight symmetry and sun over the beaches of the Adriatic Sea.
- Photographer Sally Mann discusses her new memoir, “Hold Still”, and her concerns about writing it.
- It’s Bike to Work day, so here are some adorable animals on bicycles. And remember, traffic laws are for you, too!
- Zookeepers in western Australia pass the time by re-creating cute animal photos.
Food photography is often a highly stylized affair, with elaborate lighting setups, heavy image manipulation, and a final product that is not suitable for human consumption. There are, however, photographers like Kristen Finn, whose work showcases food in its natural state, the culture surrounding it, and how it reaches the table.