In September 1942, Office of War Information photographer Marjory Collins paid a visit to the offices of the New York Times, located at the iconic One Times Square and an annex on 43rd Street. Click through to see them all. Beautiful!
Minutiae is designed to record mundane moments with no time to pose nor polish shots. The app was created as a response to the polished, carefully selected images we put on Facebook and Instagram. Instead of weddings, pets and brunch, Minutiae wants its users to capture the random, often boring things that happen in between.
As someone who created a 200 page book celebrating “The Beauty in the Ordinary” in 1999 as my thesis, this makes my heart sing.
“A good photograph is knowing where to stand.”
– Ansel Adams
Vegetable Canvas is a photography series by designers Tessa Dóniga and Christian Baumgartner. Made me look. Also, garlic!
Intrigued by photographer Louis De Belle’s unconventional portraits of New York commuters.
Then and now photos show people as young adults and at 100 years old. The sentimental series by photographer Jan Langer visually presents the inevitable changes that accompany aging.
— Instagram (@instagram) April 17, 2017
You can now organize your saved bookmark on Instagram by tapping and holding the bookmark to save posts by collections. Getting all Pinterest-y on us!
I took this photo of E at a waterpark with a GoPro Hero Session. What a fun little camera this is! Thinking of blowing it up and hanging it on my living room wall.
These soft, layered photographs made me look. They are by Iranian born, NYC based photographer Nima Chaichi. What an eye!
Half Half Travel is a beautifully creative project by a long-distance photographer couple. Their photos meet in the middle when they can’t.
Loving how Evgenia Arbugaeva captured these impressive Alaskan women fishing in extreme environments. Discovered them in this Vogue Article.
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.