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Dreaming of Tomorrow At Alberta Vocational Schools, 1970

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In 1970, Alberta vocational schools busied itself with training Canadian workers.To promote education and its schools, the Alberta Public Affairs Bureau took these pictures. Continue reading »

Spectacular Entrants and Winners of The Festival of Ethical Photography 2022

The Festival of Ethical Photography, a celebration of ethically committed documentary practice, takes place annually in Lodi in northern Italy, this year from 24 September to 23 October. Work by more than 80 photographers is displayed.

Winner, master award
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Edineilson Oliveira prays at the beach. Fittipaldi’sEustasy series documents the rising waters and the disastrous interventions that have made Atafona, north-east of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil, the most significant case of coastal erosion in the world. Photograph: Felipe Fittipaldi Continue reading »

Rare Photos of A Young and Then Still-Unknown Marylin Monroe Hiking in The Woods, 1950

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These photos were taken in 1950 by Life Magazine photographer Ed Clark who got a call from a friend at 20th Century Fox about a “hot tomato” the studio had just signed. Continue reading »

Wonderful Photos Capture Everyday Life of Florida in the 1980s

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Florida is a state located in the Southeastern region of the United States. It is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Alabama, to the north by Georgia, to the east by the Bahamas and Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida and Cuba; it is the only state that borders both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures Stunning Still Life Food Photography

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Photographer Chang Ki Chung captures stunning still life food photography. Chang Ki amazingly balance of his visual exploration in the figurative and literal sense. Continue reading »

Incredible Photos from The BMC Ecology and Evolution Image Competition 2022

In 2022, researchers from around the world entered the BMC Ecology and Evolution photography competition. The contest produced a spectacular collection of photographs that capture the wonder of the natural world and the growing need to protect it as the human impact on the planet intensifies. This editorial celebrates the winning images selected by the Editor of BMC Ecology and Evolution and senior members of the journal’s editorial board.

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The story of a conquest. The fruiting body of a parasitic fungus erupts from the body of its victim. Attribution: Roberto García-Roa Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of Best of The iPhone Photography Awards 2022

The awards have been celebrating the creativity of iPhone users since 2007. We take a look at a selection of the winners of the 15th annual competition.

Photographer of the year second place. Girl with the Violin
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Location: Colorado, US. Shot on iPhone 13 Pro. United States. Photograph: Kelly Dallas/courtesy of the artist and IPPAWARDS Continue reading »

Winners & Finalists Of LensCulture 2022 Street Photography Awards

Series 1st Place: Jake Ricker
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Here are the winners, jurors’ picks and finalists of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2022. There are 39 photographers from 18 countries got selected from all around the world. Continue reading »

Life of the U.S in the Early 1940s Through Incredibly Colorized Photos

Tenant farmer and part of his family in field ready for tobacco planting. Nine miles north of Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, circa 1935-42
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Jack Delano (born Jacob Ovcharov; 1914–1997) was a Ukrainian immigrant who became an accomplished photographer for the Works Progress Administration, United Fund, and most notably, the Farm Security Administration (FSA). He wore many hats as he also was a composer known for his use of Puerto Rican folk material, started a television production company, and was a cartoonist, poet, moviemaker, professor, and architectural designer. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Photos Of Sports Photography Awards 2022

Tennis, David Gray
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Here are stunning winning photos from the Sports Photography Awards 2022. It is the leading global competition for professional sports photographers as they get an opportunity to capture images from multiple sporting disciplines and highlight the achievements of some of the most famous athletes. Continue reading »

Rare and Fascinating Historical Photos of Pasta Production From the 1920s to 1950s

A worker hangs pasta to dry in a factory in Italy. 1932.
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Bettmann/Getty Images/Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis

Pasta is an integral part of Italy’s food history. Wherever Italians immigrated they have brought their pasta along, so much so that today it can be considered a staple of international cuisine. Continue reading »

Deep Purple “Fireball” Cover Photo Session, 1971

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Fireball is the fifth album by English rock band Deep Purple, released in 1971. It was recorded at various times between September 1970 and June 1971. It became the first of the band’s three UK No. 1 albums, though it did not stay on the charts as long as its predecessor, Deep Purple in Rock. Even though the album has sold over a million copies in the UK, it has never received a certification there. Continue reading »

Still Portraits of Alfred Hitchcock Posing With Birds in Promotion for His Film, “The Birds”

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The Birds is a 1963 American natural horror-thriller film produced and directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Loosely based on the 1952 story of the same name by Daphne du Maurier, it focuses on a series of sudden and unexplained violent bird attacks on the people of Bodega Bay, California, over the course of a few days. Continue reading »

Spectacualr Photographs of The Woodland Trust’s Tree of The Year 2022 Nominees

Five gargantuan oaks, one of which is said to have provided the inspiration for the fantasy land of Narnia, and a spectacular ‘portal rowan’ are among the unique specimens in the running to be crowned the Woodland Trust’s tree of the year for 2022.

Waverley Abbey yew, Farnham, Surrey
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A truly spectacular yew, with roots that grow into and around the ruins of Waverley Abbey – the first monastery founded in Britain 900 years ago by the reforming Cistercian religious order. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536, the abbey was dismantled. It is a beautiful tree with roots that sprawl out above ground before plunging into the earth. Its multi-stemmed form is dotted with holes, crevices and areas of decay that provide a habitat for other species. Age: The exact age is unknown but it can not be more than 480 years old. Photograph: Woodland Trust Continue reading »

Wild Portraits and Magical Landscapes: Spectacular Winning Images of The Nature TTL Photographer of The Year 2022

The Nature TTL Photographer of the Year winner has been chosen from more than 8,000 images from all over the world. From a scarred lion getting its close-up to a fish with a mouthful, entrants competed to secure category wins in wild portraits, animal behaviour, camera traps, underwater, the night sky, small world, landscapes, urban wildlife and under-16, with the overall winner chosen from the category wins.

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A snow leopard scans for prey across the jagged peaks of the Ladakh mountain range in India. This image was captured during a three-year DSLR camera trap project in the Indian Himalayas. Photograph: Sascha Fonseca Continue reading »

Sleeping Waters: Charlotte Bories Creates the Most Beautiful Underwater Portraits

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Charlotte Bories is a french artist from Paris, now based in Bali (Indonesia). In 2008, she graduated with a master’s degree in Art at College of Fine Arts. Ten years later, she fell in love with underwater model photography. Continue reading »

Veronika Gilková’s Ethereal Photos Are Straight from a Dream

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Veronika Gilková is a conceptual photographer who creates unusual photography, as if born in dreams or dreams. She graduated from UKF Nitra, Slovakia (2013), where she studied psychology. Continue reading »

Richard Silver’s Stunning Vertical Panoramas of the Churches Around the World

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Photographer Richard Silver (previously featured) has published a new series of vertical church panoramas. Despite only becoming a full-time photographer in 2011, his work has already been featured by companies such as Tiffany and Co., UNITED Airlines, TimeOut New York, and others. Continue reading »

Vintage Pictures of Snow King Chairlifts without Any Safety Bars that Look Very Unsafe, 1950-1970

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Mashable/Wikimedia Commons/Flickr/Snow King Mountain Winter Resort

These vintage photographs of Snow King chairlifts taken between the 1950s and 1970s show people riding in a very unsafe way without deploying any safety bars or other protections. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The Female in Focus Photography Award 2022

The Female in Focus international award from the British Journal of Photography and its publisher 1854 Media, was established to champion the work of exceptional female photographers and combat gender inequality in the industry.

2006 – Persia Campbell
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‘When the war against the cartel began in Ciudad Juárez in 2006, many of us took refuge in our private spaces (in our homes and in our bedrooms). In view of the public spaces being taken over by terrorism and violence, we made our homes a safe haven. This image represents duality and contrast. The interior is fully decorated in pastels in representation of our border aesthetic. The violence, public spaces, and the war on drugs are displayed on the television placed in the room’ Continue reading »

Amazing Winning Photos Of Minimalist Photography Awards 2022

Abstract – 1st Place Winner by Daniel Dencescu
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Minimalist Photography Awards is a nonprofit association, powered by black & white Minimalism magazine and founded by Milad Safabakhsh, which aims to recognize, reward, and expose talented photographers all around the world and introduce them to the professional photography industry. Continue reading »

The Independent Photographer Has Announced The Most Moving Color Photographs Taken By Photographers From Around The World

The Independent Photographer has just released the winners of its Color Photography Contest, which took place in June 2022. Many images from more than 30 different countries have been rewieved and 10 Winners and Finalists. The Color Photography Award aimed to discover and bring exposure to the best contemporary artists working across all photographic fields.

“Ser Libre” – Argentina. Mauricio Holc – 1st place. Prize – $1000
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“Portrait of actress and model Camila Del Campo Grandal.” Continue reading »

Impressive Black & White Fashion Photography by Pierre Turtaut

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Fascinating black and white captures by Paris-based fashion, beauty and fine art photographer Pierre Turtaut. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos of New York in the 1930s by Samuel Gottscho

Midtown Manhattan, New York City, December 15, 1931
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Samuel Herman Gottscho (1875–1971) was an American architectural, landscape, and nature photographer. He was born in Brooklyn in New York City. He acquired his first camera in 1896 and took his first photograph at Coney Island. From 1896 to 1920 he photographed part-time, specializing in houses and gardens, as he particularly enjoyed nature, rural life, and landscapes. Continue reading »

Outtake Photos From The Doors’ Debut Album Cover in 1967

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Almost every rock fan is familiar with The Doors 1967 eponymous debut album containing the hit songs “Light My Fire”, “Break On Through”, “Soul Kitchen” and “The End”. The album’s iconic front and back covers were photographed by Joel Brodsky. The back cover photo was also used for a billboard advertisement; the first album to ever get that treatment on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Continue reading »