Ithaca’s first Oktoberfest celebration, modeled after the original festival in Munich, Germany, took place Saturday on The Commons.
The lack of quality in one hour photo shops may have led to a faster demise of film in the consumer world.
The Ithacan’s standalone images tell the stories that lack a full-fledged article. So here they make a jump into the online world.
In preparation for Halloween, community members are picking up pumpkins and gourds at nearby farms like the Eddydale Farm Stand on Elmira Road.
Cell phone photography is a developing part of the photojournalistic world.
Every week we have a lot of great photography being produced by The Ithacan’s photography staff. Here are some the images you may not have seen.
A week in photos provided by the photographers of The Ithacan.
Vimeo adds monetization in the form of the “Tip Jar,” following in the footsteps of other video hosting services.
Every week we have a lot of great photography being produced by our staff. Here are some the images you may not have seen.
Noise found in digital imaging systems has not yet garnered the respect of its predecessor, film grain.
Instagram and cell phone photography present many ethical dilemmas for the contemporary photojournalist.