New York Public Library Releases New Photographers Catalog

Discover photographers and their biographical data using the New York Public Library's new data tool.
Scott Younker
If you find yourself doing research about the history of photography, or just happen to be curious, the New York Public Magazine recently launched a new tool. The Photographers’ Identities Catalog (PIC) is a collection of biographical data that describes photographers, studios, manufacturers and others involved in the production of…

Creating Star Trails Aboard The International Space Station

Astronaut Don Pettit took amazing star trails from aboard ISS
Scott Younker
NASA has been producing compelling and fascinating space photography for quite some time. If you’re not familiar with what they’ve been shooting, do yourself a favor and check out the NASA image gallery. One of the more interesting places that NASA has been receiving images from is the International Space…
If you happen to find yourself in Los Angeles during the month of April, take some time to seek out the various events for the Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA). Started in 2009, MOPLA is celebrating it’s eighth year as a showcase of the L.A. photography community. As part…

Winter's Twilight By Anthony Bonafede

Featured image in the Exit section of the March 2016 issue
DPMag
"Winter's Twilight" by Anthony Bonafede was featured in the Exit section of the March 2016 issue. Taken at Yosemite National Park, C.A., Bonafede said, “I’m fortunate to live close to the park, and my son Vincent and I had planned to capture the Three Brothers in the evening light. We’ve…
On March 15, Sony, in a partnership with the World Photography Organization, announced the winners of the 2016 National Awards. In its fourth year, the Sony World Photography Awards honor photographers from across the globe with winners chosen to represent their countries. This year’s iteration features over 150 photos from…
Congratulations to Jamie Anderson for winning a 24-35mm F2 ART lens in our recent Sigma Lens Giveaway! A nature and landscape photographer who focuses on scenes from Coastal Georgia, Anderson told us, “We have an extensive barrier island habitat that runs the length of Georgia’s east coast from Savannah to…
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