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An ex-Googler who was part of a Noble Peace Prize-nominated project wants to reinvent the photography market
Ex-Googler Patrick Ip announced the $1.5 million seed round for his startup company Catalog on Wednesday, which was led by Moonshot Capital. Catalog connects small to medium sized brands with independent photographers.
Mirrorless cameras are hot in the photo world right now. Here's how they stand up against the well-known DSLR models.
At Antarctica's Concordia Station, it's cold enough to freeze spaghetti in mid-air. Two researchers took their food outside to demonstrate just how extreme conditions there are — and the results are mind-boggling.
A photographer turned his camera on the ‘bored tourists’ he saw while traveling, and the results are both hilarious and depressing
Tourists can be the worst. No one knows this better than Laurence Stephens, a British documentary photographer who turned his lens on the hordes of disinterested tourists he saw on his travels who were just going through the motions. Here are his most hilarious photos.
Photographer Barbara Iweins' '7am-7pm' project shows the difference between people's faces in the morning and at night.
These 10 creepy photos of alleged paranormal activity and hidden apparitions will make even the biggest skeptics question if they're real or not.
Here are the winners of the 2018 Environmental Photographer of the Year competition, and the stunning photos that earned them their place.
Did you know that plankton looks like exotic fish? Ryo Minemizu is an award-winning photographer who has been capturing incredible images of microscopic plankton since 1990 that will have you rethinking everything you know about the ocean.
19 pictures that show how images of the Supreme Leaders are plastered absolutely everywhere in North Korea
Portraits of Kim Jong Un, Kim Jong Il, and Kim Il Sung are said to be mandatory in North Korea's public spaces — like train stations, schools, and hospitals — and millions of them line the city. See for yourself just how ubiquitous their smiling faces are.
Satellites and space probes have a unique way of putting humanity in its place: by turning a lens on planet Earth and its pockmarked moon. We all live on a tiny rock that's hopelessly lost in the cosmic void.