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Following our call for stories, today we want to feature Andrea Peipe, formerly known as Pucki_loves_Sushi on Flickr, who shares with us how her 365 […]
18 year old photographer Liisa Toomus from Gothenburg, Sweden, is attending a special boarding school that takes her around the globe. Her photos tell captivating stories of everyday life and private moments with her friends
Today we meet alexis mire in Jacksonville, FL, USA who is a photography student at the University of North Florida. She is currently working on […]
Welcome back to our interview session with Jon Siegel! In the first part, Jon spoke about the beginnings of his work, how he got into […]
For quite a while now, we have been following the amazing portrait and street photography work of Jon Siegel. Time to get some hands-on experience and meet the photographer himself.
Many of you may know the challenge of taking decent photographs during nighttime: They can easily end up shaken and blurred. A high ISO setting […]
In 1942, as part of the Manhattan Project, the U.S. government acquired nearly 70,000 acres of land in Eastern Tennessee and established a secret town […]
A few days ago, ETU! sent us a message to tell us about something very special. In May 2011, ETU! was in Trier and visited, […]
Meet Thomas Shahan: Art student, arthropod aficionado, and Flickr member since 2007. After a year since first contact with National Geographic Magazine, Thomas has his […]
“What looks like an image of a beagle is actually a high definition photograph of a 4’ by 1 ½’ board covered in 221,184 nonpareils […]