Berlin’s Oddest Skyscrapers Look Unreal Out of Context

In the years after World War II, Berlin saw a number of new skyscrapers erected to provide the burgeoning middle class with affordable housing. Even though many were designed by famous architects they were eventually viewed as concrete monsters and mouldered in disuse, until recently. Read More >>

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A Photographer Made This Beautiful Mirrored Skyline with Plexiglas 

To create the perfect Sports Illustrated spread for Houston Rockets star James “The Beard” Harden, photographer Robert Seale decided to double the beauty of the NBA player’s home-team skyline by using a huge piece of Plexiglas to create a mirrored effect. Read More >>

Stunning Images of the Endless Building and Skies of Hong Kong

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze is a French photographer who loves Hong Kong. These stunning photos are from his latest book, Vertical Horizon, "a deep immersion into the city's thick atmospheres and a visual record of its wildly diverse built environment". Read More >>

What Movies Think of Photographers

What do you think of photographers in real life? Guys and girls with awesome jobs? Creepy paparazzi who sell their soul to TMZ? Truth tellers? Lighting obsessed? Here is how movies portray photographers. Read More >>

See How Much Camera ISO Has Improved Over the Years

The picture on the left (if you can't tell by the young and spunky Britney Spears) was taken at the 2001 Super Bowl with a Nikon D1H at 2.7 megapixels and 800 ISO. That was PRIMO technology back then! The picture on the right was taken at this year's Super Bowl with a Nikon D3s at 12MP and 12,800 ISO. Yep, thing's done got better. Read More >>