Dr. Neal Krawetz has a site, FotoForensics, where people can upload digital photos for forensic analysis. Sometimes there can be instances where the same image gets submitted over and over by different people, which he calls trends. Two recent trending … Read More
Charlie Haughey was drafted into the Vietnam war in 1967 as a rifleman but two months later was made a combat photographer. He shot almost 2,000 photos before being sent home. The negatives sat untouched in his house for 45 … Read More
PhotosNormandie is an amazing collection of over 3000 photos from the Normandy invasion that are available to use royalty-free. I’ve only just started browsing but a lot of them I have never seen before. Captions in French, but you should … Read More
I originally shot these in 2009 and rendered them in High Dynamic Range with Enfuse. I thought I’d re-do them in Photomatix and see the difference. Needless to say, better in every way.
National Geographic’s Found is a Tumblr of images from their vast archive, many of which have never been previously published. Check back often for updates.
The Justice Department has filed a brief in support of of a Maryland journalist who was arrested after photographing cops arresting two men. The brief argues that the Constitution protects the rights of citizens to photograph police in action in … Read More
In the middle of St. Louis, MO, is the mostly abandoned Macy’s Midwest Headquarters.
One of my favorite webcomics, Not Invented Here, occasionally replaces its drawings with photos featuring alarmingly accurate human doppelgangers. The latest photo-realistic escapades start here. You’ll probably want to skip back to see what their drawn counterparts look like as … Read More