Photography

At Glacier’s End

This stunning coffee table book offers not only striking visuals, but an environmental and cultural message as well, following the conservation movement to preserve Iceland’s rivers so when borders do open to us again, we can all find the nation… Read More ›

Amazing restored photos

Have a look at the tweets of BabelColour. You will find some quite stunning restored photos that not only look amazing, but which have been restored in such a way that they really do not look restored. Thanks to Simon… Read More ›

Dimpy Bhalotia’s iPhone photos

For nearly a decade, photographer Dimpy Bhalotia has been using iPhones to document captivating street scenes in luscious black and white. She’s used almost every model Apple ever released — and this week, she took home top honors in the… Read More ›

FaceApp (spooky)

With lockdown tending to bring more time to the day I somehow ended up trying a silly photo app called FaceApp. It is a subscription app which puts me off because while I will happily pay for the likes of… Read More ›

Atget’s Paris, 100 Years Later

Freed of people, the urban landscape has evoked an older Paris. In particular, it has called up the singular Paris of Eugène Atget, an early 20th-century father of modern photography in his unsentimental focus on detail… More here. These photos… Read More ›

A World Shaped by Pandemic

The drastic impacts of the coronavirus outbreak have changed nearly every aspect of daily life, leaving a visual impact on the world around us. Grounded aircraft, deserted beaches, temporary hospitals, idle buses, quiet streets, empty shelves, and socially distant behavior… Read More ›