Go BIG Or Go Home

“How big can you print this?” is a question we hear a lot at PurePhoto. “How big do you want it?” is usually how we answer. We searched HOUZZ for some of our favorite installations of large scale photography for you and here is what we found: Jeffers Design Group…

Sophia Loren and "That Look"

It was 1957 and two of the most famous women in Hollywood were seated next to each other at a party in Beverly Hills. Luckily, a photographer was there to capture what happened next. Recently in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, actress Sophia Loren helped explain one of the most…

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Our friends at DOMAINE know a good home bar when they see one. Just check out their Pinterest Board. We think every home bar could use some fun art. Here are a few prints that would help liven up the party. …

To Bokeh or Not to Bokeh

The term bokeh comes from the Japanese word boke, which means "blur" or "haze", or boke-aji, the "blur quality". The Japanese term boke is also used in the sense of a mental haze or senility. Basically, bokeh is the quality of out-of-focus or “blurry” parts of the image rendered by…

How’d He Get That Shot?

Seattle-based Wildlife Photographer Paul Soulders was awarded the title BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2013 for this image. Instead of hopping on a tour boat with a couple dozen other photographers, our man Paul would rather BYOB it... as in Bring Your Own Boat. Traveling up to 30…