photography

World War II: Color Photos From Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939 – 1940 | Time.com

Haunting color photographs made by Adolf Hitler's personal photographer, Hugo Jaeger, in the ghettos of Warsaw and the smaller Polish city of Kutno in Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and 1940. Source: World War II: Color Photos From Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939 - 1940 |...

“One of the greatest photos I’ve ever seen” ~ declares a redditor

Another spectacular image found on reddit. It's not clear to me who took the image, but redditor ihaveadarksoul seems to post the photographer a lot. Source: Reddit - One of the greatest photos I've ever seen.

Pope actually smiled during Trump visit

In the video coverage of Trump's visit with the Pope, the Pope rarely smiled and did not look engaged. Same goes for many of the photos published, like the one below. One blogger titled these portraits, Pope meets the Addams Family. Hilarious, but  I wondered if this...

Beautiful photo that looks like Rennaissance art

I did a double or triple take at this photo...actually I still can't see it as a photo; it looks like a Renaissance painting to my eyes. I cannot track down who captured it, but I found the image on multiple "photos that look like paintings" webpages like this one at...

Beautiful photo that looks like Rennaissance art

I did a double or triple take at this photo...actually I still can't see it as a photo; it looks like a Renaissance painting to my eyes. I cannot track down who captured it, but I found the image on multiple "photos that look like paintings" webpages like this one at...

Who knew “Professional Birth Photographer” was a thing?

I didn't know "Professional Birth Photographer" was a thing. But that didn't stop the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers (IAPBP) from presenting some incredible photos from their 2017 contest winners. The winning photographs highlight...

W. Eugene Smith’s ‘Country Doctor,’ 1948

While I was doing a short stint in photography school, W. Eugene Smith quickly became an idol. I studied his photographs, tried to model his work. I was not successful, but I remain awed by the depth of his eye and how seriously he took his craft. W. Eugene Smith's...

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