Intimate, Painterly Photographs of London Bus Passengers On Their Nighttime Commute Photographer Nick Turpin‘s series Through a Glass Darkly takes a different approach to candid street photography than we typically see. Turpin captures London bus commuters on their way home after a long day, and his photographs are at once artistically compelling and potentially controversial. Is this voyeurism? Is it street photography? The viewer (or at least this viewer) is torn between the two.
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» 11 Things You Can Do Today to Make Money From Photography With the help of this post, you should be able to start earning money from your photography, as soon as today if everything goes to plan. I hope to reveal a few lesser known ways that a photographer can make money and find work. Whether you’re finally getting around to setting up a portfolio, or struggling to find the work you’re ready for, this post should help you out. 1 – Sell Prints If you’re any good at photography (and I’m sure you are, if you’re following this site), and you take a lot of photos, then there’s a good chance that you’ve taken some really good ones by now, so good in fact that people are going to want to buy them.
Henry Hargreaves Photographs Death Row's Final Meals Henry Hargreaves is no TV chef. Rather than trying to save the country one school dinner at a time or “throw together a crostini”, he’s found a name for himself making and photographing such gastronomical fancies as edible rainbows and deep fried iPads. But it's his No Seconds project that he's become best known for, in which he recreated the last meals of various serial killers on death row and presented them in a chilling photo series. Looking through the set gives you a tangible, almost sensory window into the minds of condemned men. And in a world where we’re overwhelmed with hundreds of filtered pictures of food every day, it’s pretty amazing to find a photo of mint chocolate ice cream that actually makes you think. I caught up with Henry to discuss his photos.
Derren Brown - 7 - 29 November 2014 The Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery presents an exciting exhibition from an illusionist who has turned away from the paranormal to explore and celebrate the richness of the everyday. After a two-year break, Derren Brown has created a new series of portraits in his unmistakable style. Many aspects of his work are driven by a delight in facsimile, the fake masquerading as the truth. His artwork is no exception. GIMP Portable image editing on the go GIMP Portable is the popular GIMP for Windows image editor packaged as a portable app, so you can take your images with you and do your editing on the go. Version 2.8.18 for Windows, Multilingual 62MB download / 202-273MB installed (Details) - Support GIMP development - Support PortableApps.com's development and hosting
» 10 Must-Have Apps for the iPhone Photographer It’s safe to say that most of us have some sort of smartphone these days, and I don’t know about you, but most of my friend’s use iPhones. The problem is though; the camera fully sucks on it. It’s slow, and inaccurate, and the HDR isn’t much better. But it’s a camera I always have on me, so here’s some iPhone apps to help you make it much better. 5 Amazing Apps That Every Photographer Should Have Richard Walker is a landscape photographer based in Oxfordshire. See more of his photography on his website and follow him on social media with the tabs above. By Richard Walker on in Photography Post Production Once upon a time photography was in large part about remembering complicated rules and equations and a fair amount of luck. The more you knew of the equations and rules the less luck was involved but even if you knew it all you could still have your shoot ruined by unforeseen weather conditions.
The Photography Show and Magnum Photos Present "30 under 30" Magnum Photos and The Photography Show are inviting IdeasTap members to enter an exciting competition to identify 30 of the best emerging documentary photographers aged 18-30 internationally. This competition will recognise and provide exposure for new photographic talent. The competition prizes will have an emphasis on career development, networking with industry contacts and maximizing on opportunities. Competition winners will participate in an exclusive 30 under 30 portfolio review event at The Photography Show, where they will receive critiques from top industry professionals from the editorial, publishing, museum, advertising, and gallery sectors. The 30 winning photographers’ work will be included in an exhibition featured at The Photography Show, alongside an official award ceremony hosted by Magnum Photos.