While the first-ever photograph by a camera was captured in the mid-1820s, the first commercially viable daguerreotypes hit stores in 1838.
A photographer captured their flickers of life.
Six down. Four to go.
I recently built a kilopixel camera called "The Flying Pixel Portrait Camera." It's a do-it-yourself project that uses a single photoresistor and a video projector in order to capture portraits.
I wrote an article in 2017 about bad photography workshops, and made a promise to the community that I'd never speak at, attend, or help promote a workshop again unless it was one I believed in wholeheartedly.
The latex-clad patrons of Bound. During the day, they’re office regulars working a 9 to 5. At night, the kink and fetish gear comes out.
With hyperinflation and a monthly minimum wage of about $3.50, it's extremely difficult to survive in Venezuela. For a group of about 30 women, stability comes in the form of SecoCheer.
A century ago, the Treaty of Versailles was signed, as much of the world was still recovering from the devastation of World War I.
Nearly all were shot in April and May 1937. There are two tenement fires, a couple of nasty car crashes and at least eight murders represented.
Jerry Hsu's upcoming photobook, "The Beautiful Flower Is the World," features hilarious images shot on Blackberry smartphones.
Miron Zownir captures the provocative energy and aggressive hedonism of the city in the 80s.
The K-pop wannabes, what life's like in one of the world's most polluted cities and other best photos of the week.
The Rough-Stuff Fellowship had little interest in replicating the road-racing feats of Tour de France icons. They preferred a far less beaten track — one where no ascent was too steep, no mud too thick, no destination too distant.
Silicon Valley is synonymous with innovation, high tech and grind. Aerial photographer Cameron Davidson sees those same big ideas translate from inside company walls to hundreds of feet above ground.
The Met Gala brings us a night of gleefully over-the-top evening wear themed in accordance to the upcoming exhibit. This year, it's "Camp: Notes on Fashion." In the most basic sense, camp is purposeful exaggeration, but it's hard to really define. Whatever your take on the cultural phenomenon, it makes for a hell of a lot of looks.
The Beatles all tried to find Nirvana here on their trip to India, as did Mia Farrow and other celebrities. But the ashram turned out a bust, and for decades has been left alone.
Before and after photos of Qasym-Zhomart Tokayev suggest the interim president's appearance has been beautified.
Florence Fang's colorful home is a landmark for many in California's Bay Area. But the town of Hillsborough is suing her, declaring the property a "public nuisance."
Twice a year, firearm enthusiasts meet at the Knob Creek Gun Range in Bullitt County, Kentucky.
"For all the thousands of people that we met living on the border, only a handful were pro construction of the wall, and that's something that is not really acknowledged."
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