Tag: blending

Apr 11, 2013

How to Pass Time on Your Commute to Work

How to Pass Time on Your Commute to Work

We all have our own ways of passing time on our daily commutes. Some people read, others try to sleep, and many listen to music or play on their phones. But one creative commuter has a simple and highly entertaining way that hopefully more people will embrace. By placing a face from a newspaper…

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Apr 4, 2013

Historic Moments Blended Into Present Day Situations

Historic Moments Blended Into Present Day Situations

Seth Taras is an award-winning artist and photographer from the United States. Back in 2004, Taras created a campaign for the History Channel entitled, Know Where You Stand. The campaign blends historic moments into present day situations. From the famous photo of Hitler at the Eiffel Tower to the Hindenburg disaster. The campaign was…

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Mar 23, 2013

Picture of the Day: Central Park 90 Days Apart

Picture of the Day: Central Park 90 Days Apart

CENTRAL PARK 90 DAYS APART Photograph by Michael Nguyen In this photograph by Michael Nguyen we see a statue in Central Park (Manhattan, New York) captured in the Autumn and Winter approximately 90 days apart. It’s nice to see that despite the season, the park still gets utilized. Nguyen remarked the two…

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Feb 11, 2013

Liu Bolin: The Invisible Man [25 photos]

Liu Bolin: The Invisible Man [25 photos]

Liu Bolin is an artist from China’s Shandong province. Born in 1973, he currently lives and works in Beijing. Bolin received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Shandong College of Arts in 1995 and his Master of Fine Arts from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing in 2001. His work has…

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Feb 8, 2013

Color Matching Clothes to Blend Into Backgrounds

Color Matching Clothes to Blend Into Backgrounds

Photograph by Bence Bakonyi Photograph by Bence Bakonyi Photograph by Bence Bakonyi In this series, entitled Transform, Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi blends his subjects into the background by matching the colour of the item of clothing with the background it is situated against. He then captures the scene at just the right…

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Dec 24, 2012

Finding the Locations of Popular Movie Scenes

Finding the Locations of Popular Movie Scenes

FILMography (FILM + photography) is an ongoing project by Christopher Moloney (@Moloknee) where he finds the actual locations of popular movie scenes and takes a composite image of the movie scene in front of the real-world location it was shot at. Moloney, a journalist living in New York City, said the idea came to…

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Dec 12, 2012

An Abandoned School in Detroit – Now and Then

An Abandoned School in Detroit – Now and Then

Through photography, detroiturbex.com seeks to raise awareness of the social and economic challenges facing the city of Detroit. Over the course of 100 years the population level has rapidly expanded and contracted. In the 1950s the population was approximately 1.85 million, in 2010, it was 713,000. The recent contraction means many of the buildings…

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Oct 31, 2012

Souvenirs in Front of their Real Life Counterparts

Souvenirs in Front of their Real Life Counterparts

Michael Hughes is a photographer from London, England, who now calls Berlin home. In his ongoing series entitled Souvenirs, Hughes takes pictures of tiny souvenirs in front of their real life counterparts. Using a technique called forced perspective, Michael is able to bring the tiny objects to life. The idea first came to him…

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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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Sep 5, 2012

San Francisco Earthquake Photos Blended Into Present Day

San Francisco Earthquake Photos Blended Into Present Day

On April 18, 1906, a devastating earthquake struck San Francisco and the coast of Northern California. Fires across the city broke out, ravaging the city for several days. As a result, about 3,000 people died and 80% of San Francisco was destroyed. The earthquake and resulting fire are remembered as one of the worst…

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