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UK photographer transforms shipping container into camera and darkroom

Brendan Barry, the photographer who transformed New York City's iconic 101 Park Avenue skyscraper into a giant camera, has unveiled a new project: Container Camera. This is basically the world's biggest, slowest, and most impractical Polaroid camera, according to Barry, who showcased his work in a new video created by Exploredinary, the same team behind the recently published Ilford Photo video. dpreview.com

2019-7-20 21:33

Im a Street Photographer Transitioning into Posed Portraiture

It took a long time for me to get confident when shooting on the streets. Now, as I embark on the world of portraiture, I feel like Im starting all over again. New worlds, different approaches, dealing with many personalities, all of this is putting me out of my comfort zone - and I love it! So as I move on this creative journey, Im taking you with me, sharing with you what my experience has been like so far. thephoblographer.com

2019-3-17 07:00

Mario Daniele Transforms Beach Scenes Into a Painterly Surf Series

There mere mention of surfing gets us imagining scenes of stoked sufers riding these big hypnotic waves and the unique lifestyle they lead. We are reminded of those close-up shots of the surfers in all their energy, the beauty of the raging ocean, and the hard work countless photographers put in just to capture the perfect action shots. thephoblographer.com

2019-2-26 11:00

I Travelled 1000 Years Into The Future To Document A Lonely Astronauts Return To Earth

I'm photographer Karen Jerzyk, and with my trusty time machine, I have gone exactly 1,000 years into the future to document a human astronaut's return to Earth. Unfortunately, I’m kidding. The truth is, I bought an authentic vintage high-altitude space suit a few years ago and have traveled with it for thousands of miles around the world taking photos of different people in it (mostly women). boredpanda.com

2019-1-23 18:00

Turn a Broken Laptops Screen Into a View Camera Ground Glass

Iranian photographer Alireza Rostami loves experimenting with camera equipment, from flipping a lens element for “magic bokeh” to creating a working analog watch camera. His latest experiment is also off the beaten path: he found that a display from a broken laptop works perfectly as a view camera’s ground glass. After the display on his […] petapixel.com

2019-1-18 20:17

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Stepping into the streets of Cuba is like stepping into a place thats suspended in a bygone era. Or into a movie set, at the very least. We cant help but think that way, seeing that the scenes many of us are familiar with are the charming, worn out buildings, with a shiny vintage car or two zooming past in the foreground. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-2 16:00