Sad but true: Marilyn Monroe did not have six toes on her left foot. Or on her right foot, either. She was a ten-toed beauty. We were unaware of the …..
Posts tagged: Photography
To accompany our new biography of Harold “Doc” Edgerton, we’ve gathered some samples of his amazing high-speed and strobe light photography.
Christopher Moloney poses movie stills in front of their real-life locations. Fun!
She asked for it, more or less.
See photos by San Francisco photographer Thomas Hawk of the 2012 Holi Festival of Colors.
For Sir Paul’s 70th birthday, The Guardian goes to its archives and a Manhattan gallery shows some grand old photos.
Famed portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz has a new book and a traveling exhibit — this time without people in the photos.
Photos from Brendan Hoffman of the Prime photo collective, from behind the scenes of 2011’s early days of the GOP primary.
A new exhibit at the J. Paul Getty Museum provides photographs from Herb Ritts, known for his black and white nudes and celebrity portraits from the 1980s and ’90s.
The elusive luggage paterfamilias has been captured on film.
What do you get when 20 Oscar nominees sit down for quick portraits?
Robert Holmgren was lucky enough to photograph Steve Jobs more than once during the NExT computer era. Now he shares the stories.
French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson died on this day, August 3rd, in 2004. He was 95 years old. One of the great post-war photographers, Cartier-Bresson had been a prisoner of the Nazis from 1940 to 1943.
Can’t resist pointing out this photo by Matt Sullivan for Reuters, taken during practice for this week’s PGA Championships. The tournament is in Wisconsin — hence the cheese head atop the tiger. (That is, atop the tiger with giant biceps and claws holding a golf ball on a tee. Atop a baseball cap.)
Jennifer Karady photographs scenes from soldiers’ lives, restaged at home.(Credit: Jennifer Karady/SF Camerawork)