Hallelujah it’s Friday!
Front view of Raccoon, 2 years old, reaching up. Credit: GlobalP in a Praise Friday gallery by Amy Robertson, Senior Technology Program Manager at Getty Images
Behind the fluff: What it’s like inside the world’s most famous dog show
While the judges see lots of fluff and frills at the Westminster Dog Show, a fair amount of preparation and patience takes place behind the curtain.
El Sueno Americano Project – a series of photographs of the incredible collections of items seized from immigrants and thrown way by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol by photographer Thomas Kiefer
It started with toothbrushes. Arizona-based photographer Thomas Kiefer, working part-time as a janitor at the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol in Ajo, salvaged and cataloged some of the hundreds of personal items thrown away in the facility.
Far too often, brilliant Black artists only get the respect they deserve long after death. In curatorial spaces dominated by whiteness, Black talent is consistently marginalized and shelved—Draper, unfortunately, was one of those artists. Only now, decades after his death, is he finally getting the respect he deserves
Meet the man who showed the world that Black Lives Matter with a camera, film and a tripod long before the battle cry was etched onto posters & printed on T-shirts
Getty Images’ photographer Jamie McCarthy shares the craziest thing that’s happened to him at a fashion show, what it’s like being in the “pit” and more…
Between documenting backstage moments with models, capturing the finale at runway shows and shooting celebrities having a blast at late-night after parties, photographers definitely have a lot on their plates during New York Fashion Week
Learn from celebrated anthropomorphic photographer Tim Flach & others in this free online course from Norwich University of the Arts and Creative Skillset.
Join photographer Tim Flach and others for tips to develop your visual sensibility and get to grips with new forms of commercial photography, with this free online course.
The World’s Fastest Ocean Liner May Be Restored to Sail Again
Tied to a pier in Philadelphia for 20 years, the rusted, stripped, but still majestic S.S. United States could return to service as a luxury cruise ship, photographed by Stephen Mallon for National Geographic.
Inspiring tales of beauty from Sicily’s Nigerian refugees
“This project is important for me personally and to show my community another side to the refugees: they can be beautiful, approachable, positive.” Di Gregorio captures fifteen women, all of Nigerian descent, living in a women-only camp in Mirabella Imbaccari, a quiet town of around 5,000 inhabitants.