Uploads from The Library of Congress

27 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Van Vechten, Carl,, 1880-1964,, photographer. [Portrait of Marian Anderson] 1940 Jan. 14. 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. Notes: Photograph [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Lundy, Victor Alfred,, 1923-, artist. [Soldiers looking at ship in the distance] 1944 August 27. 1 drawing. Notes: Sketch showing soldiers from [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: A group of New York women transcribing popular fiction into Braille for blinded ex-service man under the direction of the New York County Chapter ARC. A [...]
20 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Frissell, Toni,, 1907-1988,, photographer. Frederick Vanderbilt's House - "Hyde Park" 1964. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm [...]
20 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Frissell, Toni,, 1907-1988,, photographer. Gloria Vanderbilt - 1 February, 1966. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide format) Notes: [...]
20 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Frissell, Toni,, 1907-1988,, photographer. Vogue, Ann Taylor May, 1967. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide format) Notes: Please use [...]
20 Jan. 2023
The Library of Congress posted a photo: Frissell, Toni,, 1907-1988,, photographer. Courcheval, --- Annik Schäffler January, 1970. 1 photograph : color transparency ; 35 mm (slide [...]

all things amazing

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Flashbak

31 Jan. 2023
  Ken Reid’s “World Wide Weirdies” series was originally published in the IPC comic Whoopee! and Shiver and Shake along with his grotesque Creepy Creations and bizarre Wanted [...]
29 Jan. 2023
  “What is important is to distinguish between good and bad photography,” Tina Modotti once said. “Photography which accepts all the limitations inherent in photographic technique and [...]
28 Jan. 2023
  If English essayist Walter Pater (4 August 1839 – 30 July 1894) was right in his belief that “all art constantly aspires to the condition of music”, we should cock and ear to [...]
26 Jan. 2023
  For propaganda and recruitment purposes, the United States Navy created the Naval Aviation Photographic Unit. The Navy needed pilots, and was competing for talent with the US Army Air [...]
24 Jan. 2023
  “In December 1989 I got the offer to go to Berlin from an old Birmingham mate who had friends living there,” says British photographer Richard Davis. The Wall had ceased to [...]
22 Jan. 2023
“For 20 years I have been a fine art photographer. While my photography journey began more than 20 years ago, my works in the early days were mostly documentations of daily life. It was not [...]
21 Jan. 2023
  You too can be a writer. In 1962, Jack Kerouac (March 12, 1922–October 21, 1969) , the Beat Generation writer who tamed his fears by writing, assured subscribers to Writer’s Digest that [...]

Flickr Blog

27 Jan. 2023
Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”. Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”. Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For [...]
14 Jan. 2023
Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”. Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For [...]
12 Jan. 2023
Photo attribution: “wocintech (microsoft) – 31” by #WOCinTech Chat. Hey, Flickr members! Happy New Year! Here’s some of what the Flickr team worked on in December [...]
10 Jan. 2023
For a long time, members of our fantastic photo community have only been able to buy prints of their own photos. Today, we’re rolling out a new feature on Flickr that lets anyone—Flickr members [...]
7 Jan. 2023
Hi all! Happy New Year and welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”. Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the [...]
23 Dec. 2022
Hi all! Happy Holidays and welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”. Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the [...]

LENSCRATCH

31 Jan. 2023
HOUSTON, TX—Karen Navarro‘s multifaceted celebration of immigrant diasporas in the United States in her newest exhibition Somos Millones represents an expansive milestone for the Argentine [...]

LensCulture

30 Jan. 2023
One of America’s leading photographers offers his insights about making great photographic portraits.
23 Jan. 2023
Made in collaboration with his two kids, Pedro Guimarães’ book is a different take on the family album—one that bounces back and forth between imaginations to conjure up the spectres, smiles and [...]
23 Jan. 2023
Former LensCulture Award winners share their best creative advice as well as tips for advancing your career as a portrait-maker and photographer. The second in a two-part series.
20 Jan. 2023
A relentless drive combined with a thoughtfully cultivated humanness—according to the sought-after photographer Nadav Kander, that is what it takes to make your mark in our age of visual glut. 
16 Jan. 2023
Across a collection of archival images, cyanotypes, newspaper clippings and natural ephemera, Luis Carlos Tovar revisits an unspoken family memory to explore the thorny process of reconciling with [...]
9 Jan. 2023
A striking portrait is composed of many ingredients. Director of Photography at M magazine, Lucy Conticello, reflects on the role of the photo editor and shares her words of wisdom on creating the [...]
8 Jan. 2023
Former LensCulture Award winners share their best creative advice as well as tips for advancing your career as a portrait-maker and photographer. The first in a two-part series.

LIFE

27 Jan. 2023
Content from LIFE becomes available on Jan 25—free for all players! ZiMAD, a mobile game developer, has announced a partnership with LIFE, the world-renowned magazine. In its first [...]
25 Jan. 2023
The most famous story in the Aug. 8, 1949 issue of LIFE magazine introduced America to an artist named Jackson Pollock, posing the question, “Is this the most famous living painter in the [...]
25 Jan. 2023
In 1959 the first Disney theme park, which had opened to great fanfare in 1955, was already an international sensation. When Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev toured the U.S. that year and was in [...]
18 Jan. 2023
The musical Hello, Dolly! made its Broadway debut in 1964 and was an instant smash with Carol Channing in the title role. Three years later, when ticket sales were starting to slump, producer David [...]
13 Jan. 2023
James Beard’s name is well familiar to anyone who follows the world of fine dining. His non-profit James Beard Foundation bestows annual awards to restaurants and chefs, and when the honorees [...]
9 Jan. 2023
William Wordsworth, who helped launch the Romantic age of English poetry, came of age at a time when industrialization was changing the English landscape. He was early in recognizing the value of [...]

NASA: Image of the Day

31 Jan. 2023
In this photo from Oct. 14, 2008, a great blue heron stands watch among a pond of water lilies on NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
30 Jan. 2023
Chile’s Villarrica volcano emits steam and other volcanic gases in this photo taken from the International Space Station on Jan. 17, 2023. The gases come from a series of minor explosions—called [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The bright variable star V 372 Orionis takes center stage in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
26 Jan. 2023
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson lays a wreath at the Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial.
25 Jan. 2023
On January 25, 1984, President Ronald Reagan used his State of the Union address to call for NASA to build a permanent manned space station.
24 Jan. 2023
Astronaut Nicole Mann is pictured during her first spacewalk installing a modification kit on the International Space Station's starboard truss structure.
23 Jan. 2023
An international team of astronomers using NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has obtained an in-depth inventory of the deepest, coldest ices measured to date in a molecular cloud.

Phases Magazine

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this isn't happiness.

31 Jan. 2023
Dead at 75, Cindy Williams
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This is not an exit, Anna Paola Guerra
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Undespeckled, Eli McMullen
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3:42am, Paul Davis
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Tattoo you, Cheyenne Randall
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New York Ninja, Charles Forsman
30 Jan. 2023
I see green, icy blue - Dillon Tweedie
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