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Lessons Learned From Working Years as a Storm-Chasing Photographer

Lessons Learned From Working Years as a Storm-Chasing Photographer | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Over the past 12 years, I have spent countless hours finding myself in places that many would deem “the middle of nowhere.” I’m not there in awe of the bland landscape, yet instead I am staring up into the blue sky in hopes that the tiny little air molecules above me will develop into beastly, photogenic thunderstorms.

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17 Stellar Camping Photographs and Milky Way Long Exposures by Ben Canales

17 Stellar Camping Photographs and Milky Way Long Exposures by Ben Canales | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Meet Ben Canales, a nighttime photographer and Milky Way time-lapse junkie. Ben works professionally at Uncage the Soul Video Productions, based out of beautiful Portland, Oregon. His starry sky over Crater Lake won the 2011 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. The playfulness and sense of wonder behind his photography is what really sets it apart. “I think it’s great that the picture of me being myself, just having fun, trying to experience the moment– that’s the one that makes the connection,” said Canales.

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Lisa Rienermann's City Sky Typography

Lisa Rienermann's City Sky Typography | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
Lisa Rienermann's Type the Sky series is reminiscent of the big city tourist's point of view.  The tops of metropolitan buildings squeeze in the sky to form a unique alphabet.
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From Desert to City: A Photographer Unveils Forgotten Stars

From Desert to City: A Photographer Unveils Forgotten Stars | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Thierry Cohen’s dazzling photographs are rich not only in implication and in sheer visual appeal, but in technical ingenuity. The laborious process of creating his nightscape images reveals exactly what a specific city’s inhabitants would see when gazing skyward on a clear night if pollution — atmospheric and, even more importantly, light pollution — were not obstructing the view.

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