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Photographer Travels To Post-Soviet Countries To Capture The Charm Of Old Bus Stops (New Pics)

The brilliant photographer Christopher Herwig was the first to be interested in the numerous Soviet-era buses of architecture buses. Following the success of his first book Soviet Bus Stops, he decided to continue exploring the more remote areas of Georgia, Russia and Ukraine to find and photograph his unique bus stops for his new collection in the Soviet Bus Stops Volume 2. boredpanda.com

2018-1-3 18:52

First iPhone X hands-on field test with sample photos

iPhone X pre-orders only just started, but our friend Chase Jarvis of CreativeLive somehow got his hands on one of the very first smartphones out in the wild. Naturally, he took this amazing opportunity to run around New York City like a maniac and create the first hands-on field test of the iPhone X! We spoke to Chase in New York before any of this went public, and he was kind enough to share some sample photos and his just-published video with us first. dpreview.com

2017-11-1 17:30

Deaf-Blind Photographer Ian Treherne Shares His Inspiring Story

Despite his deteriorating eyesight and hearing impairment, Ian Treherne from Rochford, Essex hasn't let his condition stop him from being a photographer. In one of their episodes for More Than An Image, Wex Photographic shares the inspiring story of Ian, and how he interacts with the world though photography even with his debilitating condition. thephoblographer.com

2017-10-26 19:00

This Husband Did A Pumpkin-Themed Dudeoir Shoot For His Wife, And The Result Will Make Your Heart Beat Faster

For most couples, the start of fall means taking corny photos at apple orchards, family cottages, and Starbucks cafes. Nashville-based photographer Gayla Thompson and her husband Ryan, however, decided to buck tradition and do something infinitely better - they held a 'dudeoir' photoshoot in the middle of a field, with Ryan wearing nothing but rolled-up boxer briefs and a series of strategically-placed pumpkins. Oh, and a bottle of Bud, of course. boredpanda.com

2017-10-18 12:09

Inspiring Images From The World Of Scuba!

Talk about making a splash! The winners from Scuba Diving magazines annual photo contest have been announced and they will make you want to rush out and charge a underwater housing to your credit card! Now in its 13th year, the Through Your Lens contest attracted thousands of entries from around the world and Greg Lecoeur took the Grand Prize for his jaw-dropping shot of gannets spearing into the waters off Shetland, near Scotland. digitalrev.com

2017-10-6 03:00

Damien Echols Photo Book Started His Healing Process from PTSD

Photography is, without a doubt, a form of therapy and self-expression for many creatives. We take photographs to document our own ideas, visions, dreams, perspectives, and journeys. For New York City photographer artist and bestselling author Damien Echols, photography became another spiritual component in his journey to healing from extreme post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). thephoblographer.com

2017-10-4 01:00