photography

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    Photographer Uses Scotch Tape, Makes Unique Portraits

    Photographer Wes Naman’s has a unique take on the traditional portrait. Using tape to disfigure his subjects, he creates pieces that stick in your mind. It’s an idea Naman says he got when he put tape on himself while setting up lighting. All of the models are his friends...
  • The Mountain [video]

    A couple of weeks ago, filmmaker Terje Sorgjerd climbed his way up El Teide, the highest mountain in Spain, to take a week-long time-lapse video. His plan was to shoot the Milky Way, but a sand storm came in from the Sahara and shook things up a little. Things...
  • Twenty-four hour photo is a creative way to kill a full day

    The amazing photograph that you see above is the perfect combination of art and science. Greek photographer Chris Kotsiopoulos spent a full day capturing photographs in specific directions at a spot in Athens, Greece – he then spent 12-hours rendering them to combine the 360-degree small world effect with...
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    A street Photographer that should be famous

    A truly amazing story about a talented artist, who should have been famous, had she actually been discovered. One can only hope her story is eventually told, if only so the world can see life through the eyes of a nanny at a time when life was simpler, and...
  • Sun eclipsed by Moon, International Space Station [pic]

    Photographer Thierry Legault got a little more than he bargained for in a trip that he took to Oman to capture a partial solar eclipse. The picture shows what one would normally expect in a partial eclipse: the Moon blocking out part of the Sun – but a closer...
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    17 Gigapixel photo

    This 17 gigapixel photo shows what can be accomplished with a long lens, a big hard disk and lots of stitching. Granted, it is about a quarter of the size of the 360-degree London panorama, but it is an impressive effort nonetheless....
  • The tallest rock-climbing wall in the world

    Photographer Eric Kieboom took these incredible aerial shots of what is reportedly the tallest rock-climbing wall in the world using a camera rigged to a kite. The wall is in the Netherlands, so we can assume that it stands out because most of the country sits below sea level....
  • NASA captures partial solar eclipse from space

    While eclipse shots always look interesting, if you have seen one you have pretty much seen them all… until now. NASA’s SDO (Solar Dynamics Observatory) captured these incredible images as their camera was focused on the Sun in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light – when the dark Moon...
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    Three years of demolition and destruction in three minutes [Time-lapse]

    In this incredible time-lapse video you can get to take a look at what happens to a little piece of Paris over the space of three years. A skyscraper is demolished and a new one is put in its place over the course of 45,000 photographs. At the end...