Documentary Photographer Mary Ellen Mark Dies At 75
The Associated Press reports Mary Ellen Mark died Monday at a New York hospital after a long battle with blood illness caused by bone marrow failure.
3 Shots You Can't Take On an iPhone
Is a smartphone good enough to be your only camera? Personal Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler shows why there are still many shots that phones can't get.
Fix Basic Photo Mistakes
Learn how to solve three common problems often made by beginner photographers.
Baltimore Photographer: 'I Want People To See The Truth'
Devin Allen joins HuffPost Live to talk about taking pictures during the Baltimore protests.
Photography Tips: Adjusting the Shutter Speed
‘Home and Family’s’ Mark Steines shows ho to adjust your cameras shutter speed to capture amazing photos. These tips won’t require new software and are easy enough for the most novice photographer. Mark’s tips are a great way to make the most out of your vacation memories, summer fun, or beautiful natural scenes.
Drone Footage Shows Destruction In Nepal
Workers expanded the dire search-and-rescue operation that has taken hold in Nepal, where the death toll has risen to more than 4,000 people and counting since Saturdays devastating earthquake. The ma
Vintage Camera Comeback
The hashtags 'KeepFilmAlive' and 'FilmIsNotDead' say it all: film is back. Analog cameras from the 70s and 80s are being snatched up by hipsters, enthusiasts and photography students all across the country. The List’s Bradley Hasemeyer heads to a camera store to try to find out why this resurgence is happening... now on The List!
Tips to Photographing Babies
‘Home & Family’ co-host Mark Steines shares some great tips on photographing babies. Mark’s tips are a great way to make sure your subject is comfortable and happy throughout the shoot. These tips cover topics for the pros and for any parent wanting to photograph their new baby.
The Year's Most Incredible Science Photos
Here are the winners of the 2015 Wellcome Image Awards, see if you can guess what the heck you are looking at.
NYC Photographer On His Women's Rights Work
Photographer Javier Gomez joins HuffPost Live to discuss his women's rights work.
Shot from the Sky: Hudson River Frozen Over
Gotham Air, a helicopter shuttle service took the Daily News up to look at the Hudson River frozen over from extremely low temperatures.
New York Fashion Week Slow-Mo
Marchesa Fall 2015 runway show at Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week. Shot on iPhone6.
Lynsey Addario: Photojournalism Is 'Still A Man's World'
Lynsey Addario joins HuffPost Live to explain why she feels that photojournalism is "still a man's world."
Photojournalist Lynsey Addario LIVE
Lynsey Addario is an award-winning international photojournalist. She joins us to discuss her new book "It's What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War," which hits shelves Feb. 9.
Photographer Anne Geddes LIVE
Acclaimed photographer Anne Geddes joins HuffPost Live to tells us about her new e-book and campaign "Protecting Our Tomorrows: Portraits of Meningococcal Disease," which features meningitis survivors from around the world.
Anne Geddes' Magical Moment With An 8-Year-Old Meningitis Survivor
Anne Geddes joins HuffPost Live to talk about a magical moment she had with an 8-year-old meningitis survivor.
Iconic Photographer Anne Geddes Doesn't Like Your 'Self-Obsessed' Selfies
Photographer Anne Geddes joins HuffPost Live to explain why she isn't a fan of selfies.
Anne Geddes' Biggest Advice For Parents Photographing Their Children
Acclaimed photographer Anne Geddes joins HuffPost Live to give some advice for parents photographing their children.
16 Hours of NYC 'Blizzard' in 2 Minutes
New York was hit with a blizzard and though the pile up was not much to talk about it still left New Yorker's with a picture perfect scene.
How to Get Perfect Pictures in a Snap
‘Home & Family’ co-host Mark Steines shares some great tips on turning your personal photos from drab to fab. Mark covers everything from posing to timing. Mark’s tips are perfect for both the amateur photographer and the amateur model.
Amazing Place: Manhattan
Photographer Cameron Michael talks about the challenges he faced from weather to equipment while shooting this time-lapse.
Drone Flight Through New York's Five Boroughs
Photographer Victor Chu spent the last six months on an ambitious project: to document landmarks in all five boroughs of New York City with an camera and an aerial drone.
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Woman Recreates Generations of Family Portraits (And It's Awesome)
Has someone ever told you “you look just like your mother!’. Christine McConnell, an LA based photographer, proves just how much she looks like her ancestors.
A Photographer's Quest for the Perfect Space Shuttle Shot
Dan Winters at WIRED by Design, 2014. Skywalker Sound, Marin County, CA To learn more visit: live.wired.com.
How To Take The Best Holiday Family Photo
Renee Sanden from the Great Lakes Mall in Ohio sees a lot of families this time of year coming to the mall to take their holiday photograph. She says there are some great things you should think about before stepping in front of the camera to guarantee a great picture.
This Is How to Fake a Before & After Photo
Watch what happens behind the smoke and mirrors.
Geographically, There Are No Secrets
New West host, Will Hearst, in conversation with photographer, Walter Feller, produced at Fora.tv Studios in San Francisco. Hearst and Feller discuss Feller's new book of photographs, The Land of Little Rain, his muse, Mary Austin.
Capturing Desert Gold
New West host, Will Hearst, in conversation with photographer, Walter Feller, produced at Fora.tv Studios in San Francisco. Hearst and Feller discuss Feller's new book of photographs, The Land of Little Rain, his muse, Mary Austin and their mutual love of the desert.
Photograph on the Edges
Will Hearst, in conversation with photographer, Walter Feller, produced at Fora.tv Studios in San Francisco. Hearst and Feller discuss Feller's new book of photographs, The Land of Little Rain, his muse, Mary Austin and their mutual love of the desert.
The Secret to Shortcuts
New West host, Will Hearst, in conversation with photographer, Walter Feller. Hearst and Feller discuss Feller's new book of photographs, The Land of Little Rain, his muse, Mary Austin and their mutual love of the desert.