Visit Flickr Creative Commons and you'll be reminded within seconds how many great photographers are out there, be they professional or gifted amateur.
Of course, it helps if you've got a great subject -- like, for instance, Colorado wildlife. And the folks featured below picked some excellent exam ... More >>
Here are the winners of the 2011 Denver #WebAwards in the category we're loosely dubbing "arts," which means Westword scribes report on the happenings in these beats, right here on Show and Tell. (And no, Westword writers were not eligible for these awards.)
These are the winners only; for a ... More >>
Tonight's First Friday? It's off the clock. Galleries all over town are spilling over with shows worth celebrating in Denver Arts Week style. But it also marks what might be the best collection of photography shows and events to come out at once since last March's Month of Ph ... More >>
Corey and Jesse Knapper, a pair of art-school students who were arrested for pasting massive posters on the sides of buildings, are the focus of "Buzz Kill," this week's cover story.
Some people call their work vandalism, some call it art, some call it both. Their graphic poster art is reminiscent ... More >>
Big pics below.Last night's storm caused plenty of disruptions, including the first-ever in-progress cancellation of Film on the Rocks. But it also provided a great opportunity for photographers -- especially when lightning struck.
Look below to see the most electrifying images of the storm ... More >>
Photo: Mark MangerSushi from TAG | RAW BAR. View full June food porn slideshow.From brunch to beers to late- night desserts, June offered something for everyone. Whether you're a vegetarian or a meat lover (or prefer a liquid diet), our photographers are ready to make you salivate with some o ... More >>
I have no idea what I'm doing.Nobody's going to argue that the sweet digital SLR you just picked up with the 20 katrillion megapixels and the extra-wide viewfinder is pretty sick, but let's be honest: You don't know what the hell about 80 percent of those knobs and switches do, and ever since ... More >>
I often look through old albums of my grandfather's family photos from the 1920s, marveling at how he must have labored to produce them in his hobbyist's darkroom, even creating clever photocollages for my mother's birthday invitations. In the present, everyone's a photographer, and our camer ... More >>
The city's Month of Photography has gone from a blip to a major event over the last few years; credit photographer Mark Sink for choreographing this year's liftoff into the stratosphere. MOP has emerged as a force to be reckoned with, but how do you navigate through all the shows on view this ... More >>
Lucia De GiovanniAs a longtime live concert photographer, Lucia De Giovanni's work is entrenched in the local music scene. For her book, The Love Project, Giovanni decided to step away from the stage to capture something a bit more simple: The idea of love. This isn't her first foray into portrai ... More >>
Just got word of an intriguing Tweetup for photographers via @The BigKlosowski. It's taking place August 31 on the top, unfinished floor of the in-progress Four Seasons Tower downtown. From up there, you'll get some unparalleled views of the city, the mountains and, if you're prone to vertigo ... More >>
In "Rocky Mountain News editor John Temple on the future of the paper: 'We Have No Idea'" -- a blog published on February 16 -- the aforementioned Temple mentioned that approximately half-a-dozen members of his staff had left the tabloid of late, with some landing newspaper jobs despite the horrif ... More >>
Way back - way, way back -- before there was a microbrewery in every city, before the terms IPA and ESB entered the common lingo, before big, bold craft beers muscled their way onto liquor store shelves (before color photography, even), the pioneers of the microbrewery industry got their shaggy-look ... More >>