See the World from a New Perspective
Taking Photos of the Eiffel Tower at Night is Illegal
Believe it or not but taking photos of the Eiffel Tower at night is illegal because of copyright laws. The special lights that dance across the famous structure are seen as a copyrighted creation which means you need permission to capture it.
The Dog Photographer and His Canine Pals
Meet William Wegman, also known around the world as the "dog photographer". William has spent the last 45 years dressing dogs in human clothes and shooting them.
Incredible Images Captured Under a Microscope
See the best images captured under a microscope encompassing everything from an octopus egg hatching, a glistening fingerprint, and fungus attacking a mosquito.
How a Leica M10 Camera is Made
Watch as a Leica M10 is built in this German factory. The perfectly sterile and ordered process creates perfect cameras for the most discerning of photographers.
What is the Future of Photography?
Photography has seen changes over the last few years in leaps and bounds but what does the future have in store for the art of photography? Take a look at 10 predictions for the direction photography is heading in.
Models Blown Away in Portraits
Photographer Tadas Cerniauskas decided to have some fun and started shooting his models being blasted with air. Called Project BJ it features photos of models hit by 186mph wind.
How Old Photos are Brought to Life with Colour
Lately there has been a growing trend of colourizing old photos and given them a new lease on life. But what does it take to convert an old black and white photo and give it it's original colour?
How Lighting Affects Portraits
This short video shows how lighting can affect how a person looks. Just a simple rotating light around a subject shows how the shadows movement creates what looks like various people.
Making a Homemade Camera Lens
Watch as camera maker Mats Wernersson builds a 90mm f2.8 lens from scratch at home. The process shows just how much work goes into creating these precision instruments.
The Camera Obscura Classroom
See what happened when Professor Mark Zimmerman from the University of Central Oklahoma decided to turn his classroom into one giant camera obscura. The process shows kids how old pinhole cameras work projecting the outside world inside.
Photographing Wild Meerkats Up Close
These wild meerkats in Botswana have learnt that humans are no danger and happily let people near them. Watch as this photographer gets an incredible opportunity to photograph these cuties up close.
Photographing Mountains in the Great Lakes
The Great Lakes might be famous but I bet you never knew they had mountains? See how photographer Dave Sandford photographs massive liquid mountains swirling the in the famous lakes.
A Lifetime Spent Repairing Old Cameras
Meet Gian Luigi Carminati, a 76-year-old man who has spent his life repairing old film cameras. Based in a small workshop in Milan, Gian has seen the world of photography change from his unique perspective.
Italian Man's Incredible Vintage Camera Collection
Meet the man who has been collecting vintage camera's for the last 50 years. Although when he started collecting them they probably weren't considered vintage. Not only does he collect old camera's but he also has old manuals, books and magazines.
The Story Behind the Famous Photo of Lunch Atop A Skyscraper
Lunch Atop A Skyscraper is one of those iconic photo's everyone has seen at one point. But what is the story behind this world famous photo and how did it capture the imagination of so many? Who are the men in the photo and why are they eating all the way up there?