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This is a real ground breaking record: a whopping $4.34 million is the price paid at a Christie’s auction in NY.This Rhein II river snapshot set the world record for a photo.Gursky’s print, made in 1999, was expected to sell for between $2.5 million and $3.5 million. It depicts a stunning panorama of Germany’s most famous river. The sale price includes the buyer’s premium.
Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy!Baltimore Photographer/Activist Gets Sneaker Line from Under Armour – CBS Baltimore© Devin Allen, photo courtesy TIMEDevin Allen’s protest photography has landed him two TIME covers, the Gordon Parks Foun
Popular Canadian photography publication Photo Life has announced that the March 2021 issue will be its last. In a letter to readers on its website, the Photo Life team says that while it has weathered many of the storms the industry has faced, the pandemic was one it could not overcome. Photo Life announced the unfortunate closure after 45 years of operation in a few short paragraphs:Dear reader
Renowned wildlife photographer David Yarrow has found himself at the center of a new controversy this month after another photographer levied claims that she witnessed his crew feeding and enticing wild foxes in a National Park while Yarrow photographed them.Jackson, Wyoming-based photographer Tiffany Taxis says she was in Grand Teton National Park on January 26th photographing a fox when she bec
Although the original Polaroid as a company is no longer manufacturing their film, their ethos and idea behind instant imaging is still very much alive and kicking.Brands like the new Polaroid (formerly the Impossible Project) and Fujifilm are both making instant film and in recent times the whole analog market has seen a big resurgence.Here is a scan of a reclaimed negative using the simple tech
Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy!Snappr Photographer Goes Rogue! – Inside ImagingA Snappr client has been left high and dry when their photographer failed to deliver the photos. Now the only advice that Snappr has is an offer to re-enact her s
When you have many photos on your smartphone, like hundreds or even thousands, it can be challenging trying to locate images and keep your files organized. Different companies are working on using AI technologies to help identify, organize and even cull images. Canon is the latest to join the fray with its new Photo Culling app for iOS.Underpinning the app is Canon's computer-vision artificial in
Canon has announced its first-ever photo culling app. The application utilizes Canon's computer-vision artificial intelligence engine, which is also making its public debut. Canon wants the app, aptly named Photo Culling, to help users deal with the huge amounts of images many photographers capture and keep on their smartphones. According to a recent Keypoint Intelligence report, 1.4 trilli
scott and scott architects has realized a contemporary farmhouse on the footprint of an old barn on vancouver island. The post salvaged brick and locally-sourced timber build ‘saanich farmhouse’ in canada appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photographer Roberto Serrini received an antique camera as a gift from his father: a Rochester Premo B. Curious to see what it was like shooting with this camera as if it was 1893, Serrini decided to give see what that process was like. The Rochester Premo B shoots tintypes and is one of the first consumer cameras ever made. It was made by the Rochester Optical Company in 1893, which makes the ca


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