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How a 365 Project Changed My Life

Just over a year ago, photography was my most precious hobby. I really enjoyed it and took photos fairly often, but I felt that if I wanted to take …

Building the ultimate paper airplane, one manila folder at a time

Luca Iaconi-Stewart is building a paper airplane unlike anything you've ever seen before — and it's taking him years to get it just right. He's building a 1:60 scale model of a Boeing 777, one so detailed even the tiny chairs and bathrooms look real. There are even miniature meal carts. He starts …

Stainless: Hypnotizing Slow-Motion Footage from Trains Pulling into Stations | Colossal

<p>These videos by Adam Magyar are one of those things that are difficult to explain verbally, but as soon as you see it, you realize how completely …

Stripes

Collection of Pictures Combined into Animated Visuals

Pardon the comment, but for just a moment, can we please have a brief respite from all the’ surreal’, ‘ethereal’, ‘other worldly’ and ‘dream-like’ …

An Interview with Richard Tuschman, the Photographer Behind ‘Hopper Meditations’

Richard Tuschman began experimenting with digital imaging in the early 1990’s, developing a style that synthesized his interests in photography, …

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Incredibly Complex Triple Exposures Created In-Camera

These beautifully composed triple exposure photographs were created completely in-camera by Seattle Times photographer Marcus Yam. Challenged to produce a visual story to go along with a Seattle Times essay, Yam determined that his standard photojournalistic approach would not fit with the content. …

Photography

Minimalist Photography by Zoltan Bekefy

Minimalist Black and White Landscape Photography.<p>True to the maxim “less is more”, Ireland based photographer Zoltan Bekefy captured breathtaking …

Kyle Thompson Photography

Experimental and Narrative Photography.<p>Kyle Thompson is a young photographer who was born in Chicago in 1992. At the age of 19 he started taking …

Photography

Fine Art B&W Using a 4th Dimension By Vassilis Tangoulis

White Silence<p>Juxtaposition, I’ve always found to be, perhaps, the most important part of a compelling character. What I mean is best illustrated by …

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Shadows Come Alive in Stunning Black and White Scenes by Guy Cohen

Using strong, dramatic contrasts between light and shadow, 24-year-old photographer Guy Cohen redefines expectations in his ongoing collection of black and white images. In each composition, the Jerusalem-based student photographer plays with perception and rearranges ways of seeing the …

Photography

Street Photography

Schwartz Wins Most Beautiful Commercial of the Year

I know it's only a week and a half into the new year, but I'm calling it early. Schwartz Flavour Shots has the most beautiful commercial of the year. …

Super Creative iPhone Photos

Brock Davis is a very talented designer who likes to use his creativity and his iphone camera to work together. In 2013 he took some awesome photos …

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Beautiful winter frost patterns - Telegraph

Goodbye, Cameras

This past October, just before the leaves changed, I went on a six-day hike through the mountains of Wakayama, in central Japan, tracing the path of an ancient imperial pilgrimage called the Kumano Kodo. I took along a powerful camera, believing, as I always have, that it would be an indispensable …

The Infrared Landscapes

David Keochkerian is a french amateurish photographer. Based in the Somme, he seeks to capture the ephemeral beauty but also to associate different …

China Week: Muge: Going Home

<i>Guest Editor Photographer Pixy Liao shares a week of comtemporary Chinese photographers…</i><p>I have a home, 2008<p>Muge is a Chinese photographer based in …

Unemployed, 1939 - a picture from the past

Kurt Hutton, one of the original photojournalists working on Picture Post magazine, took this picture of Alfred Smith for a feature titled The Life of an Unemployed Man

Beautifully Detailed Drawings Burnt into Pieces of Wood

Eben Cavanagh Rautenbach, artistically known as LeRoc, uses a soldering iron to create detailed illustrations on pieces of wood. This art of decorative burning is called pyrography or pyrogravure. When LeRoc first became interested in pyrography, he started drawing with only a lighter, a nail and a …

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Pictures of the Week 1.3.14

"Time Capsule" Apartment in Paris Found Untouched for 70 Years

Some people might take a vacation and leave their residence unmanned for a few weeks or even months, but one apartment in Paris was left isolated for about 70 years. The beautifully preserved space, which belonged to the granddaughter of the late Parisian socialite and actress Marthe de Florian, …

Time Capsules

Amazing Infrared Photographs of the Himalayan Range

New York photographer Sean Lynch went to Nepal last September and the pictures he took while there are just absolutely amazing. Lynch offers us …

Talented French Photogs Create Miniature Worlds Using Figurines and Food

Sorry, Mom, but playing with your food rocks. Especially if you do it with the imagination and exacting detail that French photographers Akiko Ida …

Having to Explain the Beautiful Concept of Film Photography to Modern Kids

In today’s modern era, some photography enthusiasts might argue that smartphones and digital cameras have rendered film photography obsolete, but for …

How to Put Together Your Photography Portfolio

Creating a portfolio of your work is a vital first step for aspiring professional photographers, and it's also a worthwhile exercise for keen …

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Mijal Zachs Camouflage-Inspired Paintings

For the first CMYLK of the new year, we created Colourlovers palettes for three artworks by Mijal Zach, who is intrigued by the concept of …

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