Traditional wisdom encourages us to not judge things by their appearance, but see them for what they are inside. Well, golf balls don’t look so bad on the outside, but they seem to be particularly photogenic on the inside. Ohio-based photographer James Friedman is no fan of golf, but curiosity drove him to take a […]
Revolve Automated Motion or RAM kit works with your camera and motorized dolly or slider to allow precise automated motion for the camera, with apparent advantages in shooting live videos and time lapse with smooth movement. The kit is designed to be compatible with most sliders, though when it comes to a dolly, it limits […]
Apparently, time lapse brings out the sexy in places, even for the already beautiful ones. This video by Dimid shows the grandeur and opulence of Dubai. It seems a certain healthy dose of tilt-shift went into the video, which mix great with the others for this picturesque tour of the city.
Taking long exposure photography on a trip to the ocean, photographer David Orias had the waves off the coast of California turn golden for these images. Orias perfers to shoot images at dawn, relying on the ambient light to provide the colors for the photograph, much like the morning sun provides the golden and orange […]
Old, retired camera lenses return for a second round in their career path, though this time they won’t as much be looking at things as they will be looked at. The contrast and bright colors make them a good bet for bracelets, plus they’re bound to get love from camera enthusiasts. Designed by Stefaan duPont, […]
Dogs don’t usually pose for photographs, but for Pablo Axpe, they apparently do. The Spanish photographer’s dog based series CANIO shows the dogs in quite an unusual style, focusing on the form in place of the appearance.
These images captured during the World War II were shot by the War Department in Kodachrome film, and showed the trucks, planes and machines that were being prepared for the war effort. Gorgeous as Kodachrome might have been, it does not really bring out the colors as the modern day viewer is used to see. […]
Going through a very flipbook animation-like style, Quasi Cinema by artist Lucas Simões employs folded photographs stitched together in the form of a wave. As you walk along the wall with the portraits, you get the feel of seeing an animation slowly unfold. Too bad there is no video for us to clearly see what […]
Family portraits are so well recognized and have such an impression in our minds that we would automatically see the settings here as “family portraits.” There’s just a little difference, these people aren’t family and for all likeliness, most of them saw each other for the first time ever at the time of these photographs.
Ed Drew is a student at the San Francisco Art Institute, pursuing a BFA in sculpture with a minor in photography. He also happens to be a defensive heavy weapons and tactics specialist for the California Air National Guard. On a recent deployment to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Drew decided that he would keep up his […]