I'm gonna go out on a limb and say this one is a first. Stockholm photographer Phillip Karlberg has created a quirky and vibrant series of not-so-still life images. The subject? Colorful desserts spinning on top of revolving records. Music and food combined, literally. Below are some of the images from this well executed series that he calls 33 RPM.
Every month I see some incredible photos uploaded to our thriving Fstoppers Facebook Group. With over 3,000 members, this group has some amazing talent. To honor these great Fstoppers of the world, we award the best of the best from each month with a badge of honor: the Fstoppers Featured Photo. We have some stellar images earning this honor in February of 2012.
Few years back I traveled with my family to Italy, where I captured one of my favorite images to date - random girl sitting on very old stairs. This week I decided share with you some great images where the stairs are the main object. Using the stairs makes me tired, but photographing them is a lot of fun. Check out the Full Post, and share with us some of your own stairs shots.
Photojournalist Gerd Ludwig has been making trips to the site of the Chernobyl Nuclear disaster since 1993. He has been documenting the local citizens attempts to rebuild their lives, along with the current state of buildings in the blast area. The National Geographic photographer has just released 150 of these photos, including some interactive panoramas, as an iPad app.