The Armstrong Lie ArticleDocumentary reviewA documentary chronicling sports legend Lance Armstrong. The story as a man who won’t give up on himself and the world aiming to set an inspiration to those who feel defeated and lost. However, the film, unintentionally, turns out to be investigative and the legend becomes a big lie! The Missing PictureArticleDocumentary reviewA Cambodian-French documentary film by Rithy Panh, a Cambodian director whose previous works have been on Red Khmers, the name given to the followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea in Cambodia. Telling gender issue through fashion. Interview with Thai photographer. ArticleInterviewKreerath Sunittramat is a Thai photographer and artist who is based in New York. Through personal experience, Kreerath picked up gender issue and used it as the main topic of his works. A long walk of refugee, the winner project from Inge Morath FoundationArticlePhotographyShannon Jensen, female American photographer, won the Inge Morath Foundation photo contest 2014. She presented a series of jerry-rigged shoes images of refugees who traveled a long way from home to reach better place for living.Digital Camera Swimming Mask by Liquid ImageGadgetMany people might have experience with both snorkeling and underwater photography, now it will be much easier. Digital Camera Swimming mask by Liquid Image enable you to capture both still and moving image of the underwater world. Roger Mayne, the legendary documentary photographer and his London post-war images.ArticlePhotographyRoger Mayne is well known for his street documentary photography. He captured images of London post war during 1950s-1960s, present people lives at that time. Despite that it was a long time ago but his images still renowned and notable.At Berkeley (2013)ArticleDocumentary reviewAt Berkeley, a film by Frederick Wiseman, an experienced documentary film director who just turned 84. This 244-minute-film or precisely 4 hours and 4 minutes long, is referred to by the viewers as ‘long but not boring’.Past-present images to celebrate 70 years liberation of Paris during WWII.ArticlePhotographyFrench photographer, Julien Knez, created a combination set of images by compare image from war-time and nowadays of Paris in order to recall the liberation of Paris after the city became a battle field during 1940-1944.Life after fired, 1 year after 28 Chicago Sun-Time photographers lost their job.ArticlePhotographyIt was big news last year when Chicago Sun-Time decided to fire all 28 full-time photographers and started to request reporters to take images by their phone, as well as using freelance service. Those photographers needed to find a way to handle the change of their life.Bedroom of the fallen, a remembrance project of soldier who died in war.ArticlePhotographyAshley Gilbertson, photographer from VII Network photo agency, start his project called “Bedroom of the fallen” to commemorate US troops who died in Iraq and Afghanistan war through image of their bedroom.Shoot first, focus later with Lytro IllumGadgetUpdateCamera technology these days provides user better experience and now you can refocus again after press the shutter button. Lytro Illum is a new model of light-field camera which allows you to refocus inside image after taking photo; you can just shoot first then adjust the image the image focus later.Ricoh Theta Camera, 360 view optic in 1 shot.GadgetUpdateIn order to get 360 degrees seamless panorama you will need a special tripod, some knowledge about light effect and finally intensive effort. But now it’s going to be a lot easier once Ricoh Theta Camera arrived, just 1 shot and you can get 360 degrees view in 1 image.Chasing Ice (2012)ArticleDocumentary reviewA documentary film by Jeff Orlowski that follows a National Geographic photographer James Balog and his team across the Arctic to capture images of rapidly-eroding glaciers in order to find the answers to the skeptical questions over the topic of climate change. Images from 1980 by 9 female photographers in "Off the Radar"ArticlePhotography"Off the Radar" is a new project by Mark Steinmetz, curator, to present black and white and some color images from 9 female photographers that reflect lives of people in 1980.Life on the line, photojournalist and reporter in conflict area.ArticlePhotographyRecently there are several cases of photojournalists or reporters died during their coverage. Camille Lepagem, 26 years old French photographer, was killed in the Republic of Central African. Camille’s case was only one month after Anja Niedringhuas, Pulitzer award photographer, killed in Afghanistan while he was on his way to president election site.“It’will be better next year” A film shows how people live in previous and recent epicenter of drought.ArticlePhotographyViiphoto.com presents new piece of work “It will be better next year” by two photographers Ed Kashi and Ashley Gilbertson. The film shows life of a family who live in faraway countryside in Oklahoma where it was the epicenter of drought in 1930s. Now they still have to fight a new one."The Bodies of Mothers" nude portrait to cherish the body of momArticlePhotographyMany mothers usually feel bad about their changing body. Jade Baell created a series of nude photograph of women after giving birth in order to reflect a better attitude about body as well as to reduce stress.Remember 100 Years WWI through the weekly photo series.NewsEventPast is gone but none shall forget. The Atlantic.com will start publish images of World War I on its web site. This image series include images of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria which was the root of this war and had lead more than 65 million soldiers into the battle field,Blurb, on demand photobook platform, now available on Amazon.comNewsEventEileen Gittins CEO and the founder of Blurb, the online photobook platform that allow professional and amateur photographer publish their own book online, announced that now photographer can sell their book on Amazon.com.Explore photograph works of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” writerArticlePhotography“Charles Lutwidge Dodgson” or “Lewis Carroll” was the famous writer who tells the story of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Not only he was writer but he also logician, mathematician, parson and photographer. He produced more than 3,000 pieces of work and many of his images had brought countless controversies as well.