"Photography" Blogs & Blog Posts

Raoul PopRaoul Pop

Thoughts on technology and other topics from a photographer and IT guru, as...

 
Channel SteveChannel Steve

The online life of a Digiholic, Channel Steve currently documents the daily...

 
to love ♥to love ♥

everything i love, that you might love to...

 
SeaLionSeaLion

A mix of personal projects and impressive things. I'm a designer, phot...

 
Sea Fishing and Walking in the UKSea Fishing and Walking in the UK

Sea fishing and fell walking around the North West of the UK (Lancashire, M...

 
ClandestineChicClandestineChic

A blog about fashion, beauty and everything else that falls in between.

 
fashion waistfashion waist

The combination of fashion, art and music. This blog is'nt just a...

 


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 It’s a good day for photographers who favor the Fujifilm system. The camera company announced an update to its X-A series mirrorless cameras and solid new lens today. Read More...

Knomad Colab is a husband/wife team of light artists who travel the US creating public outdoor art installations, often accompanied by music. Here's a video where they discuss their work: (more…)...

Graduate student Jason Ahrns captured a stunning image of red sprites over Nebraska while aboard a plane chartered by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. And behold Scott McPartland's rare video of the phenomenon in May. (more…)...

After a long day in Hull attending the last day of Arboretum Festival 2016. I decided to hit up a show at Pressed for a great show. Performing that night were Century Palm, Average Times and Feel Alright. The fourth band Fever Feel had to cancel. Rel...

The Record Centre held a nice Tuesday day show. There was one band I hadn’t seen before and the two acts I have already seen live various of times. Performing at the store was Claude Munson, Father Christmas and Trails. Related posts: Twist, So...

Building a business website? Starting a blog? Working on your writing? Practicing photography? There's a Blogging U. course for you.

These 1850s photos of Japan were taken with a stereoscopic camera like the one shown here. The photos were hand-tinted and meant to be viewed with a stereoscope. (A View Master is a stereoscope.) The images here are animated GIFs that blink back and...