Joseph Cook

62 Flips | 1 Magazine | 1 Follower | @jasperwasper | Keep up with Joseph Cook on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Joseph Cook”

Have Camera, Will Travel: Fifty Awesome Photo Workshops Around the World

You <i>could</i> go alone to New Zealand, Mexico, Cuba, or wherever your wanderlust takes you, and bring your camera along for the trip — hope to stumble …

Toy Camera Photographs Developed with Everything From Juice to Medicine

Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does …

Video: Making Creative Use of Focus to Capture Ethereal Firework Footage

In the past, we’ve shared a few creative ways to take your fireworks shots to the next level. Be it shooting hand-held long exposures for an abstract …

Peaceful Still-Life Photographs Combine Kitchenware and Roadkill

Certainly there’s ample artistic precedent for including a dead animal or two in a still-life. Old Master paintings are rife with images of freshly …

How to Make an Infrared Camera

We’ve published a few pieces on infrared photography before, and we’ve mentioned how it’s possible to modify a cheap or junk camera to be sensitive …

These Vintage Photos of Coastlines Were Created Using a Fishtank

Flip through photographer Michael Jackson‘s “A Child’s Landscape” series, and you’ll find what appear to be vintage photographs of rocky coastlines …

Mind-Bending Time-Lapse of Cityscapes Mirrored Into Kaleidoscopic Patterns

Photographer Michael Shainblum has been mirroring images and video for about five years now. So when he decided to explore the world of time-lapse, …

In With The Old, Using the Daguerreotype Photography Process Today

In today’s digital world the art of photography is taking a serious hit. With the introduction of DSLR cameras and the instant gratification they …

5 Essential Photo Apps for Your Phone

The smartphone has not only revolutionized the way we live but also completely altered the landscape of modern photography. If you have any doubts …

Readers Shoot Back: Sergey Zaytsev

You can easily kill an afternoon scanning the excellent work that readers upload to the site's Flickr group. Every now and then one will really stop …

A Joy Ride Down America's Loneliest Road

It's hard to say where the the 287-mile stretch of Nevada's Route 50 got its nickname "the loneliest road in America." Photographer Ty Wright thinks some writer got clever in a <i>Life</i> article once upon a time — and that it just stuck.<p>But when he set out on a road trip for a grad school project in …

The Big Fat List of Documentaries About Photography

Prev<p>Explore Japan’s Abandoned ‘Battleship Island’ Courtesy of Google Street View<p>Next<p>Filter Fakers Tumblr Exposes Instagram #nofilter Fraud

Photolucida: Caitlin McCaffrey: The Ancients

Caitlin McCaffrey has the ability to create art from faces frozen in stone and bring them to life. Her project, <i>The Ancients</i>, uses historical …

Photographer Shows a Journey Through Israel on Suitcases

For his project “Memory Suitcases,” Israeli photographer Yuval Yairi used his suitcases as a “canvas” for displaying his photographs. Each of the …

Flowers Artfully Disassembled in Photo Series, 'Exploded Flowers'

Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi creates beautiful kaleidoscopes of color with exploded parts of flowers neatly arranged in circular patterns. …

Abstract Photos Created by Repeating Everyday Household Items

To imitate photographer Nick Albertson‘s work, you’ll need a camera, household items purchased in bulk, and an eye for the beautiful and abstract. …

Photographer’s Business Cards Created Using 35mm Film Slides

If you’re interested in making a positive impression on potential clients, but you don’t have the funds to spend on printing high-end branded …

Photo Series ‘Limbo’ Shows Men Half-Submerged in Water

The Free Dictionary defines “Limbo” as “states of oblivion, confinement, or transition.” It further elaborates that it “is derived from the …

Photolucida: Rubi Lebovitch: Home Sweet Home

Today’s post is part of several weeks dedicated to work seen at Photolucida…<p>When I see work that has an intelligent sense of humor and whimsy I get …

Photos of a Giant Collection of Human Brains

You hear about all sorts of collections of odd things and stuff, ranging from the tiny such as, stamps, coins, pens, to medium sized objects such as …

20 Enchanting Pictures of Paper Cranes

A thousand origami cranes would take a long time to fold. But when finished, legend has it that a crane will bestow one wish on the folder. Cranes …

Koloid Brings the Look and Feel of Wet Plate Collodion Photography to iOS

With the rise of digital photography, good old-fashioned film processing has, for the most part, become a thing of the past for many of us. But with …

How to Create Refractograph Abstract Photography

Ever look through a kaleidoscope as a kid? You would hold the tube up to your eye, twist the end, and see an array of wild colors and patterns move …

Photos of Dubai's Booming Metropolis

Dubai today is a quintessential cosmopolitan city. It has grown into a world class metropolis as well as a cultural and business hub for the Persian …

Concert Photography: Maneuvering the Crowd and Getting the Shot

Band photography can be an exciting and fun genre to get into, and it’s great for building your portfolio. Newspapers and magazines will be willing …

Photography

Suspended Motion – Fashion Photography by Mike Mellia

About a month ago, we featured Mike Mellia’s collection of Rembrandt-inspired portraits called ‘Glimpses of Darkness‘. Another one of his recent …

Using Multiple Exposures in Action Photography

When you first take a look at photographer Marcelo Maragni’s images, you might think that they’re a product of Photoshop. But the truth is they’re …