Photography


July 26, 2017

Photographer Captures Both Parents’ Heartbreaking Battle with Cancer at the Same Time

In 2013, humanitarian  photographer Nancy Borowick began a particularly poignant project: Cancer Family, a series documenting her parents' dual battle with the disease. Through her photographs, the Guam-based creative offered an up-close and personal glimpse into her family's unique journey, which has since changed in “quite beautiful and complicated ways.” We began following Borowick's story in 2014, following the death of her father. At this point in time, she had dedicated the last year to chronicling her parents' daily lives.

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July 24, 2017

Watch How Fast Chinese Models Work to Strike Over 100 Poses in a Minute

In television and movies, modeling photo shoots are often portrayed at a leisurely pace. The subject might strike many poses over the course of a minute, but there's no real sense of urgency to them. That's not the case for fashion models in China, where such time would be seen as a luxury. In reality, they've got to make over a hundred outfit changes in a single day, so posing fast is a necessity.

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July 20, 2017

Free Photography Tutorial Explores the Magic of Polarizing Lens Filters

As time goes on, certain types of photo equipment become obsolete as people use post production to spruce up their pictures. For instance, colored filters were once a common method of manipulating light directly in camera. And while most filters have fallen by the wayside, Christopher Frost's excellent YouTube tutorial on the benefits of a polarizing filter reminds us of why we should pick back up on it immediately.

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