It's amazing what some people can do with just their camera, self timer and a little imagination. Kyle Thompson is one of those people. He takes by far the most amazing self portraits I have ever seen. From gorgeous to creepy and everything in between, every single shot of his is perfect.
Articles written by Chris Lambeth
Cooking isn't my forte. Much less cutting food to make it look all nice and pretty for guests. Thats not the case with this man.Sakir Gokçenbag cuts common fruits and vegetables into geometric shapes and takes pictures of them. A lot of effort goes into these shots to make them perfect, and it shows.
This has to be the most interesting thing I have seen in a long time. This idea, created by Sue Austin, was for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad in which she, in her self-propelled underwater wheel chair, explored the underwater world in order to generate a widespread public debate about the nature and value of contemporary arts practice shaped by the experience of disability.
"Swedish startup Memoto today announced the availability of its self-titled flagship product, a tiny camera you clip to your shirt that captures a 5MP picture every thirty seconds. Unlike GoPro, which has a tight hold on the mobile video recording market, Memoto seeks to bring effortless capture of life's less extreme moments to consumers."
"In 2011 the Hasselblad HTS1.5/ Tilt/Shift adapter was removed from the US market pending litigation involving a patent infringement claim. The legal process has been concluded in favour of Hasselblad. As a result the HTS1.5 Tilt/Shift adapter is immediately available for purchase in the US."
I was just looking around on tumblr today and stumbled across 5 interesting looking black and white images. Saw the link to Devin's website and decided to take a gander. This is some interesting work he has going on here. For me, each shot tells a story in a unique way.
So with the summer being over and winter quickly on its way, take a look at these, they will warm you right up.
"Zbigniew Wantuch is an up and coming photographer who was born in Poland and lives in Norway - typically taking photos of the deep Arctic, including beautiful auroras. Currently working as photojournalist for Hammerfestingen - a local newspaper in northernmost town in the World, Hammerfest. He specializes in pictures of hard working people and industrial photography, while pursuing challenging projects world wide."
Stumbleupon.com is an amazing resource for photography or anything for that matter. I was bored one day and decided to hop on there and ran across these amazing images on myrandomstuff.com. They very from spectacular landscapes to powerful portraits.
So today as many of you know, Felix Baumgartner jumped from the edge of space. 128,000ft straight up, stepped out onto a platform the size of a skateboard and broke multiple world records including the one they were aiming for, breaking the speed of sound without an aircraft.
"Malaysia-born artist Amir Zainorin reflects on the status of the world, both socially and economically, in his Postcard to… series. Each large-scale wall collage features dozens, if not hundreds, of postcards that echo the bust of three major visual fixtures from international currency—George Washington (USA), Queen Elizabeth (UK), and Mao Zedong (China)."
"In the lull between the horrific events that surrounded the release of The Dark Night Rises in theaters and what’s likely to be the year’s biggest Blu-Ray/DVD event in early December, it’s worth recalling that the Batman franchise wasn’t always so dark. So brooding. So intense. Sure, Frank Miller’s graphic novels in the late Eighties, re-imagining Gotham’s troubled crime fighter as a near-sociopathically angry protagonist, certainly sparked a new, frenzied fanboy interest in Bob Kane and Bill Finger’s amazing creation, and the early comic books themselves had their macabre moments."
As many of us take normal portraits of people, some take the next step and turn the world upside down with their work... literally. In Marc Vicens latest series "The Faces of Unemployment" he does just that. Take portraits of people hanging upside down.