Tag Archives: photography

  • ‘Obama: An Intimate Portrait’ by White House Photog Pete Souza

    ‘Obama: An Intimate Portrait’ by White House Photog Pete Souza

    It feels like 50 years ago, but it really wasn’t so long ago that Barack Obama was president. His White House photographer Pete Souza became a well-known name for his visual chronicling of the Obama presidency, and now he’s putting his work together for “the definitive visual biography of Barack Obama’s historic Presidency.” It’s called […]

  • Closer: Magnum Square Prints from Magnum Photography on Sale

    Closer: Magnum Square Prints from Magnum Photography on Sale

    Magnum Photography is a photography collective with some of the greatest photographers of all time in its ranks, and now they’re holding a sale of museum-quality Magnum square prints for $100 a pop under the collective title Closer that might make it possible for you to hang one of their photos on your wall with […]

  • ‘Surf Shacks': New Book Shows the Home Lives of Surfers

    ‘Surf Shacks': New Book Shows the Home Lives of Surfers

    It’s been said you can tell a lot about a person by the inside of their home. For instance, say somebody shows you a photo of an apartment, and you see a surfboard leaning up against the wall. “Eureka,” you shout, “a surfer lives here!” And if you’re not tired from this demonstration of Holmesian […]

  • ‘Infrared NYC': Photographer Puts City in a Different Light

    ‘Infrared NYC': Photographer Puts City in a Different Light

    You might remember Las Vegas in Infrared, which showed how different a city bathed in neon can look under infrared light. Now, photographer Paolo Pettigiani has given New York City a similar treatment, with a project he calls Infrared NYC. Unlike its Vegas equivalent, Infrared NYC is focused on the infrared properties of plant life—specifically, […]

  • Western Village: Abandoned Japanese Theme Park Subject of Creepy Photos

    Western Village: Abandoned Japanese Theme Park Subject of Creepy Photos

    Hey, are you familiar with the popular HBO program Westworld? Do you wish a similar concept existed in the form of a series of creepy photos taken of an abandoned Japanese theme park? Enter Western Village, and the copy for the photos by Lee Chapman of the Tokyo Times basically writes itself, folks. The photos […]