Tag: conceptual

Oct 23, 2012

Planetary Patterns on the Surfaces of Soap Bubbles

Planetary Patterns on the Surfaces of Soap Bubbles

Visual communication magazine Creative Review commissioned photographer Jason Tozer to shoot a series of soap bubbles to test out the capabilities of a Sony D-SLR. All of the stunning results below were created ‘in-camera’, meaning filters and effects were not applied in post-production. To achieve the planetary like images, Tozer began by blowing through…

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Sep 30, 2012

Desert Landscape Portraits Using a Mirror and Easel

Desert Landscape Portraits Using a Mirror and Easel

Daniel Kukla is an artist who’s work can be found at the intersection of photography and bioloy/anthropological sciences (of which he is formally trained). In his photography he tries to capture images that have the power to articulate our ever-changing relationship with the natural world. In both science and photography the act of collection…

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Sep 28, 2012

Picture of the Day: Rain of Fire

Picture of the Day: Rain of Fire

RAIN OF FIRE Photograph by Josell Mariano (JDMcompliant on Flickr) In this apocalyptic photograph by Josell Mariano, we see the results of a long exposure and steel wool lit on fire. Steel wool, also known as wire wool, is a bundle of strands of very fine soft steel filaments, used in…

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Sep 24, 2012

Spooky Split Face Portraits of Family Members

Spooky Split Face Portraits of Family Members

Ulric Collette is a self-taught photographer from Quebec, Canada. He studied art and graphic design at school and currently works as an art director for Collette, an advertising studio in Quebec City. In his series entitled, Genetic Portraits, Ulric splices together portraits of family members to explore the genetic similarities. From parents and their…

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Sep 5, 2012

Vertically-Sliced Timelapse Photos of Buildings at Sunset

Vertically-Sliced Timelapse Photos of Buildings at Sunset

Richard Silver is a professional photographer born and raised in New York City. In his ongoing series entitled New York Sliced, Silver takes about 25-30 photos of a single building over the course of approximately 1.5 hours. The photos are taken at sundown and Silver has carefully selected about 55-60 famous buildings in New…

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Aug 30, 2012

Long Exposure Fireworks Like You’ve Never Seen

Long Exposure Fireworks Like You’ve Never Seen

David Johnson is an amateur photographer from Ottawa, Canada. Earlier this month, Johnson attended the Sound of Light Fireworks show at Gatineau’s Leamy Lake and took a series of incredibly unique fireworks photos that look like nothing you’ve seen before. Johnson described the technique he used after posting his series to Reddit: “When I…

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Aug 29, 2012

The Swimming Pool Illusion by Leandro Erlich

The Swimming Pool Illusion by Leandro Erlich

Swimming Pool by Leandro Erlich is an art installation with a permanent home at the 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanzawa, Japan. It has also had temporary installations at MoMAPS1 and the Venice Biennale. Conceived in 1999, Swimming Pool allows visitors to look down into a seemingly full pool of water with fully…

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