I have completely fallen in love with Evengia Arbugaeva’s sense of aesthetic. Her photographs are nothing short of magical.
As a visual person that loves piano music
this photo this 3D render by graphic designer Frederico Picci made me look.
A camera that won’t allow you to take a photo that thousands of others already have taken photos of, based on geo-tagging. Interesting concept.
(via Joe Gebbia)
Photographer Philippe Halsman believed that when you ask a person to jump, his/her attention is mostly directed toward the act of jumping and the mask falls so that the real person appears.
More photos of jumping celebrities over on Kottke.
This photo offers some much needed perspective. From Kottke’s post The year in photos 2016.
This photo caught my eye. Discovered in a post over on Brain Pickings: Acts That Amplify: Ann Hamilton on Art, the Creative Value of Unproductive Time, and the Power of Not Knowing
Loes Heerink captured beautiful overhead photos of street vendors in Hanoi.
Old printed photos floating around in your house? Digitize them with PhotoScan by Google.
Coolest dad award goes to Dom’s dad who recreates his son’s drawings to make them look real. So good.
Kodak has unveiled Ektra, a smart phone aimed at photographers. It runs on Android and features a 21 megapixel fast focus camera with a f2.0 aperture. The camera also boasts DSLR functionality and can capture video in 4K.
Soviet Innerness is a touching photo project showcasing forgotten interiors walls in former Soviet Bloc nations. Absolutely beautiful! So many stories that want to be told. Well done, Elena Amabili and Alessandro Calvaresi!
(This brings back memories: For my thesis in 1999, I created a 200 page photo book on the beauty in the mundane!)
If I was a photographer I would jump on buying the Palette Controllers for faster and more convenient photo retouching.