Joel Kempfer's artistic focus started with photography, but with the help of technology, it has evolved into new forms. See more of his work here and meet Joel on OnMilwaukee's new, live MKEfest Virtual Art Walk series this Saturday.
Historic photographer Margaret Muza is offering pay-what-you-can porch portraits for individuals and families.
It's a mournful clip - but at the same time, scored by melancholy strings and warmly narrated, it's a beautiful tribute to a city we miss and a reminder of what we're all fighting to protect by staying safe separate and inside.
You don't have to be a reggae fan to recognize the images. Three frames, taken on location in 1974, show Bob Marley, eyes closed, enjoying a spliff in a cloud of smoke. Photographer Dennis Morris tells us about the iconic photographs, now available in artistic prints from 1xRun.
DeWook is a Milwaukee based photographer who has come into his own in light of his captivating and aesthetically pleasing action-filled photographs of musicians - including many Milwaukee musicians - over the course of the past half-decade.
Folks love historical photos, and nothing seems more exciting than finding a new cache of vintage images that shine a different light on familiar, if altered, local landscapes. Just recently a trove emerged when Winter Haven, Florida-based professional photographer Tom Hagerty began sharing on Facebook photos he took in Milwaukee decades ago.
"Portrait of Milwaukee," curated by the museum's Ariel Pate, the show, with 120 photographs from across the 20th century, opens Friday, Sept. 6 in the Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts. We asked curator Ariel Pate to highlight some of her favorites.
I'm sharing the raw images - no editing, no filters - and showing you what I use to create the finished products with you all so you, too, can have content like an influencer.
There are many reasons to celebrate the Brewers, but one of the most amazing to me is that I learned that French photography maestro Henri Cartier-Bresson came to Milwaukee in 1957.
The building - and the sign - are coming down. Time to document the site of lazy lunches and late-night debauchery.
As a blogger, having good photos and content are key. And this year, I'm sharing my amazing friend and photographer with you all, as you can win a photo shoot with the amazing Kaitlyn Luckow.
Benji's Deli is now home to seven striking photos of classic eateries like Leon's and the Nite Owl taken by local photographer Jay Filter.
Anyone who has visited art museums anywhere in the world can attest that people are color are under-represented. Milwaukee Art Museum's new "Family Pictures" photography exhibition, on view on the Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts gallery through Jan. 20, is a step in the right direction.
Standing in a Milwaukee Art Museum gallery surrounded by images of prison life at the maximum security San Quentin State Prison, artist Nigel Poor says of the new "The San Quentin Project: Nigel Poor and the Men of San Quentin" photography show, "I don't want people coming to the exhibition thinking it will be depressing. There's a lot of joy and beauty in it." As hard as it may seem, Poor is right.
In 11 years of living with every iPhone model but the first, I've never laid hands on a more subtle upgrade as the new iPhone XS. Even I can barely tell what's going on with this $999 phone. Should you buy it? Read on.