Posts Tagged ‘photography’

A Peek Inside Cunningham Piano

A Peek Inside Cunningham Piano

September 11, 2014  |  Last Light

Yesterday we told you about Cunningham Piano, and Mural Arts' project to restore hand painted signs on the company's workshop. Today we bring you a look at what's behind the facade, courtesy of Joseph Elliott, the photographer for both Hidden City festivals > more

“West Philly Days” Gives A Glimpse Into Who We Were

September 8, 2014  |  Buzz

Photographer Stephen Perloff offers a slice of times gone by with "West Philly Days" > more

Give Us Your Golden Hours

Give Us Your Golden Hours

August 1, 2014  |  Buzz

Philadelphia never looks more beautiful than during those minutes at dawn and dusk when the city is bathed in a warm, golden light. Photographers call it the "Golden Hour" and it makes everyone's shots look fantastic, which is why we're asking readers to send us their's > more

Finding The (Diverse) Faces Of Boathouse Row

Finding The (Diverse) Faces Of Boathouse Row

August 1, 2014  |  Buzz

Noticing the wide range of age and racial diversity on the river, rower and photographer Sabina Pierce put together a series of portraits of Philadelphia's rowers, on display along Boathouse Row > more

Under World

Under World

July 31, 2014  |  Last Light

What's life like under the El in Kensington? There are a million answers, and here are a few of them courtesy of three street photographers > more