Historic and all time famous pictures
TopFoto: Next week in History
Pulitzer Newseum provides a multimedia gallery with photos and commentary from the photographer telling the story of the pictures. The gallery has entries starting from the year 1945.
There is also a gallery with images of the current annual price winners on the Pulitzer web site.
Life: 100 photographs that changed the world
Life: 100 photographs that changed the world is a gallery of the most famous 100 photographs selected by the Life magazine.
The most famous photographs
The most famous photographs is a photo gallery with a selection of the 60 most famous images.
World Press 50 years gallery
World Press 50 years gallery is the gallery of 50 years of World Press Photo award winners.
We tried to find all the best sites but we might have overlooked some. Please leave a comment if you think we should include a web site on this list.
- Wireless Digital Picture Frame that connects to your network
- The BEST Interactive Image Interfaces on the Web
- Live Labs: 3D photo worlds with Photosynth
- Douglas Levere: New York time travel
A new digital picture frame, the MF8104, has been introduced by US company Digital Spectrum Inc. In difference to other digital picture frames it comes with integrated wireless and web functionality that allows the MF8104 to be integrated into home networks or contact the Internet directly. It can be desktop or wall mounted and features [...]
To create this list we have been looking at dozens of data visualization, image mapping and picture mosaic solutions plus piles of descriptions. To make the list most useful we came up with the following criteria for the tools: Should be online and actively maintained by the site owner Should be interactive Should use photos [...]
A few months ago we have seen the prototype and some videos of Microsoft Research’s Photosynth application. It was quite impressing and yesterday Photosynth has been released as a public technology preview on the Microsoft Live web site. Live Labs is describing the software as: Photosynth combines hundreds or thousands of regular digital photos of [...]
While already out since quite some time, its still great to have a look again. In his book New York changing Douglas Levere presents images taken by himself and pairs them with those of Berenice Abbott’s from the 1930s. Levere used the same camera Abbott had used and returned to the same locations at the [...]