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This Island Earth: Icelandic Nature in Contemporary Photographic Art - Video Interview of Hallgerður Hallgrímsdóttir Around six thousands miles away from China, Iceland has always been considered as a mysterious and fairytale Nordic country for Asia people. Fortunately, this time at the 2018 PIP Festival, we welcomed some excellent ... Oct. 24, 2018
Invitational Exhibition: “From Chang'an to Rome -- China-Italy College Photography Invitational Exhibition” Ⅱ Chang'an is one of the typical representatives of Chinese culture, and Rome is also an irreplaceable civilization highlands in the western world. Chang'an is "magnificent" and "majestic", and Rome is... Oct. 19, 2018
Moment launches camera app with focus on manual control Moment, the makers of high-end accessory lenses for smartphones, have announced the newly revamped Moment camera app for iPhone and Android. Jul. 17, 2018
The Houses of Monba People Monba homes are two- or three-story, herringbone-shaped houses of wood with bamboo or straw roofs. The second and third floors are used for living quarters and the first for livestock. The middle storey is spacious... Jul. 16, 2018
History and Origine of Monba Ethnic Various actions had been taken by Tibetan authorities over the centuries to consolidate their rule over Menyu area. The area became the hereditary manor of Tibetans' Zhuba Geju (faction) during the mid... Jul. 06, 2018
Glaring Wooden Bowls Culture of Monba People The people of Monba ethnic group took hunt as their way of living long time ago, but now their life has been improved a lot. Even though, the living standard of Monbas is still rather low, the level of productivity... Jul. 06, 2018
The picturesque town in Switzerland IV Mürren – a former settlement of people from the Lötschen valley in the Valais, which still remains recognisable today from the design of the houses and the pronunciation of the Mürren dialect – is the highest, continually inhabited village settlement in the canton of Bern and lies on a terrace at 1650 metres, high above the Lauterbrunnen valley. Jul. 05, 2018
Double Take: The Asia Photographs of Brian Brake and Steve McCurry "Double Take" presents the work of two exemplary, and hugely influential 20th-century photo essayists, the documentary photographers Brian Brake and Steve McCurry. Jun. 25, 2018
The characteristic girdles of Deang women Deang women's costumes are usually black, red or colorful (Hua in Chinese), so they are called "Red Deang", "Black Deang" and "Hua Deang". Deang women generally wear long straight skirt, bamboo-woven waist-girdles, big eardrops and coverings for the legs... May. 17, 2018
This Is What Retirement Looked Like in 1970 The residents of Youngtown, Ariz., took a tongue-in-cheek approach to naming their town when it was founded around 1960: the town was the first American retirement community, a phrase that LIFE magazine still put within quotation marks in 1970, when the magazine's Paul O'Neil examined life in such towns in the May 15 issue. May. 03, 2018
The Dry Guillotine: What the Previous 'Prison of Prison' Island Looks Like Now "The silent", "The man-eater" or even "The dry guillotine"; there has been many adjectives to describe how tough was the conditions of living that the worst prisoners had to face when there ... Apr. 13, 2018
Top wellness spots in Latin America It should come as no surprise that the top wellness spots in Latin America have ancient roots. Renowned civilizations such as the Maya and Inca have long treated sweat lodges, hot stone massages and coca leaves as sacred parts of their culture. Apr. 10, 2018
Tianducheng: A Fake Paris in China ​While millions of Chinese people are making their way to Europe and America to see the outside world, many of them also enjoy visiting the fake Western-style towns within the country - to pretend to be abroad. Mar. 28, 2018
Top 5 reasons Belgium isn’t boring Smack-bang in the middle of Western Europe, this compact multilingual country effortlessly blends the historic with the new; from countless castles and medieval belfries to innovative art museums and hip cafes. Mar. 15, 2018
Finalists From Smithsonian Magazine's 2017 Photo Contest ​Smithsonian magazine recently released the finalists of its 15th Annual Photo Contest, and each and every one is absolutely stunning. Mar. 09, 2018
Photohistory/Photofuture Conference A three-day conference exploring the practice, profession, scholarship, preservation and access to photography’s history, present day expression and projected opportunities and challenges for the future. Feb. 27, 2018
The Wedding Ceremony of Naxi People In Naxi culture, young people usually get acquainted with each other on public occasions such as festivals. After an initial acquaintance, the two will ask a third party to act as a go-between, or matchmaker... Feb. 11, 2018
Enthusiastic Athletes Competing in Snowy Towns: Old Photos of Winter Olympics in the Last Century As the 2018 Winter Games will kick off tonight in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the highly anticipated Winter Games is around the corner. People from all around the world will look on as more than 2,000 athletes ... Feb. 09, 2018
The Yonder Blue: An Ancient and Cultural Fort in Rajasthan At the foothill of the majestic Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur in Rajasthan, described by Rudyard Kipling as “a mesmerising, formidable feat of construction,” there is a 500-year-old settlement where most ... Jan. 05, 2018
Moment releases new case and lenses for Apple iPhone X Moment has launched a new photography case and lenses for the iPhone X, all of them currently listed for preorder on the company's website. The protective case, which is simply called Photo Case, is black with a canvas or optional walnut wood backing, and is joined by wide-angle, macro, super fisheye, and telephoto lens options. Nov. 22, 2017
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