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Breathtaking Photographs Inspired by the Nightmares of Children

For his 1960s project on children’s dreams, legendary photographer Arthur Tress visualizes the subconscious fears of the innocent mind. While working …

Welcome to the Future: 23 Photos of Vertical Living Around the World

For our latest group show, to be exhibited in person at PIX 2015 in Seattle this October 6-7 as well as online at DPReview, we asked to see your …

Quick Shot: Pentax Spotmatic II W/ Ilford HP5

Hi Steve and Brandon!<p>Wanted to contribute an image to the Quick Shot series. Hope it’s good enough to make it. Shot via Pentax Spotmatic II, with …

Photographer Uses Fireworks and Long Exposures to Make Trees Drip Light

“Impermanent Sculptures” is a series of light-painting photos by Brazilian photographer Vitor Schietti. One of the interesting ideas found in the …

Sculpture

Every Moon Photo Shot by Apollo Astronauts is Now on Flickr

Want to browse the entire collection of photos captured on the moon by Apollo astronauts with their chest-mounted Hasselblad cameras? You can now do …

Photography

Danger zone

Project info<p>It has now been over a year since the Supertyphoon Haiyan, the most devastating storm in the history of the Phillippines, swept across Tacloban. Though a year has passed, debris still remain.<p>Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest cyclone ever recorded, with an estimate of 4.1 million people …

Natural Disasters

Greetings From Mars - Photographs and text by Julien Mauve | LensCulture

In 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered America. Less than 500 years later, it has become a common touristic destination for wealthy people from every part of the world.<p>Unknown worlds are now located far from Earth and our most famous explorer is a robot. “Curiosity” is the Christopher Columbus of …

Space