The artist Maciej Markowicz takes pictures from the water with a camera obscura. His floating pinhole camera is 15 meters long. He travels throughout Europe with it and attends photography festivals.
The superstar photographer was born 100 years ago. From Jewish refugee to creator of the "Big Nudes," here's a look back at Helmut Newton's controversial career.
Capa's images of US forces invading Normandy on D-Day went around the world. But the photojournalist's story has been challenged.
The photographer extensively documented life in the former GDR and had his every move watched by the Stasi. Now, he has a retrospective of his work in Berlin.
Nigerian photographer Akinbode Akinbiyi shows life in Africa through the lens of his camera, while documenting Berlin's "African Quarter" and an ongoing colonial controversy. An exhibition in Berlin highlights his work.
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