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Through the Lens: Ian Berry on Photographing Some of South Africas Historic Photos

On March 21 1960, Magnum photographer Ian Berry was present to cover the Sharpeville massacre, which turned out to be a pivotal point in South Africa's anti-apartheid movement. The British photojournalist recalls the event in the first episode of BBC Culture's Through the Lens, and talks about the photos that he took during the event, as well as in the four decades that followed as he lived with apartheid. thephoblographer.com

2019-1-26 14:00

Here are Some of the Biggest Newsmakers of Photokina 2018

We collected our thoughts and expectations shortly before Photokina 2018 started, but some of the event's biggest newsmakers still managed to surprise us. If you're late to the party or haven't been able to keep tabs with the flurry of announcements and product launches in the past few days, we've put together this round up for you to get updated with. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-1 01:00

The Stuff That Only Photographers Can Say Without Getting Arrested

One of our favorite things to do for amusement and learning here on The Phoblographer is to check out Reddit to see what our fellow photographers are talking about or getting busy with. Some posts have led us to some pretty cool stuff, like this impressive composite of Hong Kong's sunset, and a heads-up about an awesome modified Instax Wide camera that works perfectly for portraits. thephoblographer.com

2018-4-17 22:00

Dimitri Mais Portraits of Strangers Show Vibrant Life on Coney Island Boardwalk

Photographing strangers on the streets must be one of the top items most photographers want to tick off their to-do list. We've featured some helpful guides and tutorials to help photographers become more confident and decisive in shooting street portraits, as well as some impressive portraits of strangers that inspirational photographers have taken. thephoblographer.com

2018-4-9 10:00