Kareem Mamdoh Ali

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Eiko Ojala’s paper cut nudes - The Fox Is Black

Eiko Ojala is an Estonian illustrator and designer who does some amazing work in paper. One of my favorites was this series of nudes he did which …

Photographs by Lewis Morley

Lewis Morley, who died last week, captured a country on the cusp of change. He had donated his entire archive to the National Media Museum in Bradford

Chair Paintings You Can Sit In

Japanese design studio YOY brings us these Chair Paintings. The chair paintings are actually screen printed on a canvas-like elastic that’s wrapped …

20 Haunting Photos from Moritz Aust

17-year-old Moritz Aust lives in Schweinfurt, Germany. His inspiration comes from all kinds of things, including nature, people, objects, feelings …

A Dream Within A Dream – Creative Portraits by Zephyrance Lou

Originally from Shanghai, Zephyrance Lou is currently a student in London. Her style of photography matches her mantra, a quote from Edgar Allan Poe: …

Rare Lenticular Clouds Phenomenon Captured with Timelapse Photography

Most photographers shoot still photographs to capture precise moments in time. Timelapse photographers take hundreds or thousands of images at fixed …

5 Important Components of a Powerful Image

A Contribution by Mitchell Kanashkevich – author of 3 dPS eBooks on the topics of Natural Light, Travel Photography and Colour. Quite often people …

Memory Suitcases, Paintings on Old Luggage

In the nostalgic photo series “Memory Suitcases,” Israeli artist Yuval Yairi painted faraway destinations on to old suitcases and then photographed …

Painting

“To photograph truthfully and effectively is to see beneath the surfaces and record the qualities of nature and humanity which live or ar…

<i>“To photograph truthfully and effectively is to see beneath the surfaces and record the qualities of nature and humanity which live or are latent in all things.“—Ansel Adams</i><p>The photogravure process, when done well, can yield magnificent results. The photographer Fritz Liedtke’s series and book “Astra Velum” (Veil of Stars) embraces this vintage technique. These penetrating portraits of freckled and scarred faces are wonderful to behold online, however, to actually <i>hold</i> them, is to truly …

“I felt that children smoking would have a surreal impact upon the viewer and compel them to truly see the acts of smoking rather than…

<i>“I felt that children smoking would have a surreal impact upon the viewer and compel them to truly see the acts of smoking rather than making assumptions about the person doing the act." Frieke Janssens</i><p>Last week, I attended the preview for, "Smoking Kids,” by the Belgian photographer, Frieke Janssens. I was impressed at how much fun an opening could be. Rather than a stuffy affair, it was packed with well-dressed Belgians out in support of one of their own, enjoying live music and good drink. …

Cafe Patron, Paris

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Every now and then, camera malfunctions turn out to be quite the unexpected gift. Gabrial Deacon was shooting a multiple exposure when her film suddenly jammed halfway through a frame. She kept...

Every now and then, camera malfunctions turn out to be quite the unexpected gift. Gabrial Deacon was shooting a multiple exposure when her film …

Shooting Portraits of Civil War Reenactors Using the Age-Old Wet Collodion Process

Wet plate photographer Rob Gibson believes that there are those among us who are “flame-keepers of the past,” and if such people exist, he is …

© Peter Coulson 2013 Photographer Peter Coulson @ www.peter-coulson.com.au Model: Audrey & Xander Pratt Vicious Models Assistant: Nicklas Niklas Passmann Lighting: Bowens 1.8m Octagonal soft box & 3.3 metre Para Model:Hasselblad H5D-50 Shutter Speed:1/320 second Aperture:F/9 Focal Length:80 mm ISO Speed:100

Who Invented the Umbrella: The Romans, the Chinese, or Frogs?

We've seen umbrellas stuck into car doors; optimized for wind resistance; slapped onto bikes; and the design potential for this simple device is so …

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