Tag: black and white

Feb 27, 2017

In 1885 Wilson Bentley Took the First Ever Photographs of Snowflakes (23 Photos)

In 1885 Wilson Bentley Took the First Ever Photographs of Snowflakes (23 Photos)

He believed no two snowflakes were the same

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Feb 23, 2017

Picture of the Day: A Mug Shot of the Inventor of the Mug Shot (1912)

Picture of the Day: A Mug Shot of the Inventor of the Mug Shot (1912)

Alphonse Bertillon (24 April 1853 – 13 February 1914) was a French police officer, biometrics researcher, and inventor of the mug shot

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Feb 13, 2017

Winter in Squares: A Photo Tour Through Rural Germany (11 images)

Winter in Squares: A Photo Tour Through Rural Germany (11 images)

“Winter In Squares” is the latest series from landscape and architecture photographer Kilian Schönberger

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Jan 9, 2017

How Movie Effects Were Done in the Silent Film Era

How Movie Effects Were Done in the Silent Film Era

Back then, filmmakers had to be quite creative to pull off effects we might take for granted today

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Jan 6, 2017

A 4K Tribute to Storms in Haunting Black and White

A 4K Tribute to Storms in Haunting Black and White

“There is something when you remove the color that lets you truly see the textures, movement and emotion of a storm” – Mike Olbinski

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Nov 12, 2016

Picture of the Day: Kookaburras, circa 1900

Picture of the Day: Kookaburras, circa 1900

In this 100+ year old photo we see five adorable kookaburras perched on a branch

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Oct 11, 2016

Dr. Seuss Working on the Main Character for his New Book (1957)

Dr. Seuss Working on the Main Character for his New Book (1957)

“How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” was the first book Dr. Seuss published after “The Cat in the Hat”

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