Whether you are a photographer yourself or someone who just loves the look of vintage cameras, TACS' new watch is for you. Designed to “capture the soul of photography,” the Automatic Vintage Lens II is a timepiece that features subtle touches to remind photographers of their favorite hobby and chosen profession. The inner workings of the timepiece are also exposed, giving a glimpse through the “lens” to see how the watch functions.
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Leica's latest camera is a true work of art. Wrapped in carbon fiber, the CL Carbon Edition is sure to become a collectible. In fact, there are only 50 being made and they are exclusively available in Japan. The textured body is a stylish touch that gives a new hint of personality to the minimalist design. Beyond the cool design feature, the CL Carbon Edition retains all the good stuff a photographer expects from Leica.
Austrian photographer and digital artist Mario Unger breathes new life into old, black and white photos with vibrant colors.
At long last, Canon has thrown its hat in the ring when it comes to mirrorless, full-frame cameras.
Art from the Baroque period is known for its exquisite compositions and ethereal use of light. While it may seem as if oil paints are the only medium that can achieve this aesthetic, visual artist Christy Lee Rogers proves that underwater photography can be just as powerful in her dynamic series, Muses. Featuring swirls of intertwined figures and flowing drapery, each striking photograph looks like a 17th-century painting come to life.
In his distinctive body of work, landscape photographer Jan Erik Waider explores the “raw stillness of the Nordic countries.
Dogs and their humans have developed bonds so strong that it's no wonder they start to resemble each other.
Now in its 54th year, Natural History Museum has just revealed a selection of spectacular, highly commended photos from the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest. More than 45,000 entries were submitted from amateur and professional photographers from across 95 countries. The selected images give a breathtaking view into the mysterious natural world, the lives of wild animals, and the impact that humanity has had on our planet.
Anything is possible through photography.
With a background in optical instrumentation, it comes as no surprise that engineer-turned-photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer is inspired by a “passion...