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Raymond Hau's Captivating City and Landscapes

<i>All images by Raymond Hau. Used with permission.</i><p>Raymond Hau is a Chartered Accountant from the United Kingdom now living in Hong Kong. He does not …

Photography

New Reflected Landscapes and Photo Manipulations by Victoria Siemer | Colossal

<p>Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer (previously) explores the idea of fractured landscapes through photo manipulations and collages. …

The Story Behind this Powerful Photo of a Black Boy Hugging a White Cop at a Ferguson Demonstration

Amidst the many photos of hate, anger, sadness and sometimes outright destruction that have flooded the media since a grand jury decided not to …

It's #BlackFriday, but for us, it's the 2nd annual #BlackHoleFriday. Today, we'll post pics & info about black holes. Astronomers using data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and ground observation have found an unlikely object in an improbable place -- a monster black hole lurking inside one of the tiniest galaxies ever known. The black hole is five times the mass of the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. It is inside one of the densest galaxies known to date -- the M60-UCD1 dwarf galaxy that crams 140 million stars within a diameter of about 300 light-years, which is only 1/500th of our galaxy’s diameter. If you lived inside this dwarf galaxy, the night sky would dazzle with at least 1 million stars visible to the naked eye. Our nighttime sky as seen from Earth’s surface shows 4,000 stars. The finding implies there are many other compact galaxies in the universe that contain supermassive black holes. The observation also suggests dwarf galaxies may actually be the stripped remnants of larger galaxies that were torn apart during collisions with other galaxies rather than small islands of stars born in isolation. Seen here is an artist's view of M60-UCD1 black hole. Image Credit: NASA, ESA, STScI-PRC14-41a

Why a Photographer Needs a Blog And How to Create a Successful One (4 Practical Tips)

Blogging isn't anything new. It has been a big part of social media for quite some time, even though it is not really the same as social media. While …

Young Self-Taught Photographer Captures Wanderers Against Magnificent Landscapes

Self-taught Canadian photographer Elizabeth Gadd described her photography niche better, perhaps, than anybody else when she said, “I, uh… shoot …

Stunning Product Photography with an iPhone and a Desk Lamp

As I start to get more campaign work via Instagram for product photography, I've found that I need to use every bit of my creative mindset to get the …

Mindsuckers

V proud of this photograph that I have (responsibly) captured on my commute to work.

The Future of Film: An Interview with CineStill

I’ve seen the future of film... and it is bright. In the next few weeks I will be interviewing companies that are pushing the film photography …

Photographer Perfectly Portrays What Heartbreak Looks Like Through Portrait Series

For <i>Another November</i>, photographer Laura Stevens constructs a series of images that delve into the complex emotions one experiences at the end of a …

Photographer Gabriele Galimberti Couch Surfs Around the World and Takes Portraits of His Hosts

With a flourishing network of over 6 million members, CouchSurfing is able to connect world travelers with hosts from around the world. Through this …

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The Spicy Tuna Roll Corn Dog Is What America Does With Sushi

If your first reaction to seeing a spicy tuna roll turned into a corn dog on a stick is complete and total horror, you're not alone. It's scary. It feels wrong. But, trust us, it's not. Hear us out.<p>We know that this particular combination of Japanese and American cuisines is bold. Some might even …

Colors - Photographs by, and interview with Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Sometimes photography without context is enough. Sometimes the lack of context gives depth to the picture, a resonance, a space to examine the banality of the subject and its inherent beauty.<p>—Yoshinori Mizutani<p><b>Interview</b><p><i>Yoshinori Mizutani’s work is simple, direct, classical even. He allows his work</i> …

Well...my new hat👒 待ち時間にママが僕に帽子を買った… どういうこと。

33 Photographers Reveal Their Definition of Intimacy (NSFW)

<i>Emmanuelle Bosse</i><p>In our <i>Intimacy</i> group show, photographers reveal their interpretations of the emotional, intellectual, physical, and sexual space in …

Wink Space by Masakazu Shirane + Saya Miyazaki: http://www.archello.com/en/project/wink-space

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