Most of us have the luxury of screwing up in private (or semi-private). But if you’re a photographer working an event, chances are fellow photographers are there to see your shame. And if not, there’s usually someone else lurking with a smartphone.
Via FStoppers, this blooper reel of photographic mishaps should bring a rueful grin to your face. Some of these look a bit contrived, while others aren’t all that amusing (how many times can we see a hapless wedding photographer tumble into a lake), but there are a few gems in here.
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Take a journey through some of the images and image makers that shaped the early history of American photography. More ›
The December 11 issue of The New Yorker features Elinor Carucci’s arresting close-up photograph of a kiss, shot on assignment to accompany a short story by Kristen Roupenian. The story, about the self-deceptions and self-abnegation of a young woman who goes on a couple of dates with an older man, has drawn a lot of... More ›