Photography

After much ado, and many beautiful photographs (at least 18,000 entries), the winners of the 2014 National Geographic Photography contest have been chosen. With the actual winning photograph being a supercell storm photo out of Colorado, “The Independence Day” (featured below), we have selected some of the winning bunch for your perusal, with some personal favorites [...]


4 Aug
The heavily coveted time-keeper photographed by Steven Meisel

Pirelli has long been both the best in performance tires and the best in babilicious photography, its heavily coveted calendar dating back to 1964. Peaking in scandalousness in 2010 with the cheeky Terry Richardson-photographed edition, Pirelli did an about face the next couple years to go dignified with Karl Lagerfeld’s Mythology-fused edition in 2011, then classy with 2012′s Mario Sorrenti calendar and finally [...]


This is a project of great interest to us here at LIAS. Mike Brodie, also known as “the Polaroid Kid”, left home with a camera and spent the next several years hopping trains all over America. The collected photos of the era have since toured the country in exhibits, ultimately settling down into the 104-page book [...]


31 Jul
A heavy duty, weather resistant, uber durable carrier

Filson, a Seattle-based company known for it’s durable, rugged goods wants you to feel safe bringing your photographic gear to an outdoor trek. Made from a blend of Tin Cloth and Rugged Twill, their “Original Sportsman” Camera Bag is built with the intention of standing up to crappier weather with your tech held safely and [...]


This, truly, is one of the coolest concepts we’ve seen in the art world in a long minute. Olloclip, creators of mobile-photography technology, are putting on an art show in Orange County that is worth looking into  — perhaps with a magnifying glass. The show’s theme is nothing big, literally, baring the bold but teensy title [...]


Ah, the old argument of film vs. digital that no one really makes anymore. If you’ve got an old medium-format camera dating back to the hits of Elvis (or 1957), get ready to roll it like digital with the CFV-50c. Just attach Hasselblad’s gadget onto your camera as you would an old school film magazine and start [...]


Dating back the the early days as a staff photographer for the newly emerging Rolling Stone magazine, Annie Liebovitz began a career that would go on to establish her as one of the biggest names in photographic history, giving her recognition of living-legend status. With a 40-year track record, a bold style and an extensive portfolio [...]


Rob Whitworth‘s time-lapse photographic work is like a compressed tour, seen through the eyes of a dimension traveling sorcerer. Or as NPR put it: “What Cezanne did for apples, Rob Whitworth does for city traffic.” With an artful eye and all-reaching camera, hours and hours of vivid city scape are compressed into just minutes. Whitworth’s [...]

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