Whether you enjoy timelapse videos or astrophotography (or both), you are likely to enjoy this timelapse shot from an airplane cockpit. A pilot named Sales Wick created this timelapse on a long haul flight from Zurich, Switzerland to Sao Paulo, Brazil. Show More Summary
Unlike other major subway systems such as New York or Paris, the London Underground is largely tunneled rather than laid in a covered trench. Station interchanges require complex underground networks of tunnels such as these cutaway diagrams at Piccadilly Circus. Piccadilly Circus tube station by Renzo Picasso, 1929. Show More Summary
Studying works from other artists is an important part of learning and improvement. It makes sense to study those better than yourself, right? But does it make sense to you to study bad art in order to make your own art better? Darious Britt talks about this topic in his video. Show More Summary
DJI have just announced the “World’s First 100-Megapixel Integrated Aerial Photography Platform”. And it’s a beast of a rig. Made with a DJI Matrice 600 with Ronin-MX gimbal and Hasselblad H6D-100c, it’s definitely a force to be reckoned with. Show More Summary
Recently, we stumbled upon a video that was too good not to share. Made by Luca Amhofer, the video shows a 360-degree rig he made himself for shooting videos. The rig enables a filmmaker to place the subject in the center and rotate the camera around it. Show More Summary
On this page we'll look at some of the best places to photograph in Ontario. You'll find waterfalls, plenty of lakes, rock formations, picturesque bays, and rugged wilderness. The post The Best Places to Photograph in Ontario, Canada appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.
I first watched this video without any real expectations. For me, my phone’s camera is just something I use for Instagram and location scouting. I’m rarely looking to produce anything meaningful with it. But, if I can get decent quality out of it, then I would like to. Show More Summary
January 1912. Fall River, Mass. "In this group are some of the youngest workers in Spinning Room of Cornell Mill. The smallest is Jo Benevidos, 5 Merion Street. Other small ones are: John Sousa, 84 Boutwell St.; Anthony Valentin, 203 Pitman St.; Manuel Perry, 124 Everett St.; John Travaresm [Taveresm?], 90 Cash St. Show More Summary
By the 1890s, the bicycle was creating a social revolution in the United States. Nearly two million bicycles were being manufactured each year and were being sold throughout the country. People who previously had to walk now had a new...Show More Summary
No matter if you’re a professional or just like to play and experiment with the camera, blacklight photography opens up tons of new possibilities. If you’d like to try it out without breaking the bank, this tutorial from Eva Landry will show you how to transform your regular ring light into a blacklight ring light. Show More Summary
There is a problem we all face as creatives in one way or another, and that is either being too hard on ourselves, or too happy about our own work that we take critique very personally. Both of these sides are toxic and they aren’t the essential zone we need to be in to promote […] The post The mental sweet spot for progression appeared first on DIY Photography.
Girls playing cards (apparently strip poker) and drinking Coca-Cola. Photo from the Office of War Information archive, taken by Arthur Siegel in the summer of 1941 in Detroit. A game of cards, 1941 String of pearls, 1941 The upper hand, 1941 Your turn, 1941 Loser, 1941 See more »
Washington, D.C., circa 1954. "General Accounting Office, G Street N.W. -- International Nickel Co., installation of louvers." 8x10 acetate negative by that impresario of esoteric architectural imagery, Theodor Horydczak. View full size.
We are Ryan and Jillian McGrath. We are Mid-Atlantic Region and destination wedding photographers centered in South Central Pennsylvania with our 4 furry boys...
We knew it was only a matter of time before YI Technology stepped into the world of 360° cameras. Hot on the heels of the GoPro Fusion, YI Technology have now announced their own, new YI 360 VR camera. Housing a pair of 12MP Sony CMOS IMX377 1/2.3? sensors, each side has a 220° f/2.0 lens. Show More Summary
Known as one of the most prolific painters of Modern Art, Pablo Picasso was undoubtedly a man of many talents. The Spanish artist experimented with and excelled in many mediums, from painting and drawing to sculpting and collaging. In addition to different art forms and unique materials, however, Picasso also worked in a spectacular array of styles. Show More Summary
The inaugural CatchLight Fellowships were awarded to Sarah Blesener, Brian Frank and Tomas van Houtryve, the organization announced today. Fellowship winners receive $30,000 to use to create a body of work. In addition, winners are paired with media partners that will work with them to publish their project. Show More Summary
Columbus, Georgia, circa 1955, and the youngsters last seen here. The Buick is out of the picture, replaced by a battleship and a cat; clothes and hair have undergone an upgrade. 4x5 negative from the Shorpy News Photo Archive. View full size.