Month: May 2022

A few years ago, research from Panoramio—Google’s old geo-located tagging, photo-sharing website—revealed the world’s most photographed cities. Their findings? New York was the most photographed city, with the most photographed spot being the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Second place went to Rome, with the top spot being the Roman Catholic church Trinità
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At the beginning of May, I travelled to southeastern Arizona on a wildlife photography trip. This is one of the southernmost areas of the United States. Thanks to its dry desert environment, the species here are quite different than those found in many other parts of North America. After arriving, it didn’t take me long
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From Andy Yeung’s gravity-defying pictures of urban density in Hong Kong to Dany Eid’s atmospheric nighttime shots of Dubai, we’re living in a golden age for architecture photography. From Germany to Spain and beyond, the architecture student Julia Isaak captures minimalist shots, transforming building façades into eye candy, while Eric Dufour plays with colors and
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The winners of the eighth international Mountain Photography Contest have been announced that features stunning images from outstandingly skilled adventure photographers. The Club Vasco de Camping Elkartea (CVCE) mountain club from San Sebastien in Spain has organized the prestigious contest for eight consecutive years, and thousands of photographers entered from around the globe. The jury
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Amid the pandemic, when the photographer Daniel Cheong found himself unable to travel, he started building impossible, futuristic composites in Photoshop. The results are breathtaking, combining the neon lights and sky-high architecture of Bangkok, Hong Kong, Dubai, Chongqing, and beyond to create dizzying megacities straight from a dream. Early this year, he released his first
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Canon’s newly-announced EOS R10 and EOS R7 are both aps-c cameras and part of the mirrorless R System. Although they share some similarities in features, they’re aimed at separate audiences and have plenty of important differences. This article compares the two cameras, including their construction and detailed specifications. Canon EOS R10 vs EOS R7 Size
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