You Can Now Own a Piece of the British Journal of Photography

Founded in 1854, the British Journal of Photography is one of the world's oldest and most influential photography magazines. The 162-year-old publication was sold back in 2013, and now it's raising money through a crowdfunding campaign. Put in some money, and in exchange you get ownership shares in the magazine.

An Ultimate Photographer’s Handbook, Inspired by a 100-Year-Old Find

In 2013, a century-old notebook was found in the summer belt at Cape Evans, Antarctica. It belonged to George Murray Levick, who photographed Robert Falcon Scott's last expedition to the continent from 1910 to 1913. Restored by the Antarctic Heritage Trust, the notebook was titled "Welcome Photographic Exposure Record and Diary 1910" and contained pages of Levick's notes, including dates, descriptions, and exposure times.

Inspired by this historical photographer's notebook, Galaxy has decided to create the ultimate notebook for analog photographers -- one that's based on some of the great handbooks from decades (or over a century) past.

Visual Supply Co. Shows Off Its Upcoming Narrative Platform, VSCO Journal

Visual Supply Co., affectionately referred to as VSCO, has announced VSCO Journal, a free, minimal platform that allows artists to use photos, video and text to share their narratives to the world. Currently in private beta, it’s not yet available for the masses, but VSCO is being a tease and giving us a nice little close-up of what to expect.