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It's summer, and we're all a little hot. Time to hit the waterslide park with photographer Krista Long.
Catching movement and speed as people shoot out a tube- strong action vectors
This morning's post is a little random I'm afraid. A combination of photos and locations from the last two days of wander
Sprout is a wonderful local photographer. I used one of his photos in my book The Shape of Text to come http://www.petaa.edu.au/resources/shape-of-text-to-come
These are great ideas for dressing up in visual arts. You could use to teach paper folding
These wonderful photographs by Elena Shumilova plunge the viewer into a beautiful world that revolves around two boys and their adorable dog, cat, duckling and rabbit friends.
Amazing photographs using natural light - great photographic skills here.
If you love food, then this new project by photographer Beth Galton and food stylist Charlotte Omnes will certainly make your mouth water. The two pro
Cut away cross sections - of food. Some unusual artworks using food. But how did they do the coffee one?
Lives in Tokyo with two cats.Photographs mainly levitating self-portraits (and cats not levitating).yowayowa is a Japanese term meaning
Levitation photography - no photoshop, just practice with fast speed setting on your camera. There is a how to video link here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=xaSH0d60Zso
Peter Macdiarmid has taken photographs of locations in France and England to match with archive images taken before, during and after the D-day landings
Clever use of fades to show how the landscape has changed between the D Day landings and present day France.
Over the past 10 years, photojournalists have increasingly captured the attention of the art world as their powerfully affecting images cross over from news agencies to gallery and museum walls. Pernilla Holmes reports
This does give that feel of a Dutch artwork, where all the figures have been carefully place - except it is a photo of a meeting of war lord types in Afghanistan. Photojournalism is a complex art.
“Sometimes I find myself thinking, ‘I don’t want to take this picture.’ It’s the sound of your moral and ethical being, which is ever changing. I love what I do, or at least can’t imagine doing anything else. But these days, every time I get all my equipment together to go, I wonder if it will be the last.” - Paolo Pellegrin
Lena Dunham and her fans, ourselves included, love her just the way she is. Vogue's opinion, of course, is another matter.
Animated gifs clearly show how much altering is done in magazine shoots to make people look 'just right' or 'beautiful' or acceptable. Great teaching resource.
Over a century of photographic history on one poster.
An abridged visual history of cameras
‘Time-Traveling’ Photographer Digitally Adds Herself Into Historical Photos - DesignTAXI.com
How great! Check out her facebook site - https://www.facebook.com/floraborsiphotography
RKO Proctor’s Theatre opened in Newark, NJ on November 25, 1915 as the Proctor’s Palace Theatre. The architect was John W. Merrow, the nephew of Proctor theater circuit owner Frederick F. Proctor. ...
Abandoned theatres always feel like the loss of a era and of pleasure. An amazing series by Matt Lambros as he takes a roadtrip across America. http://afterthefinalcurtain.net