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Through the Lens: Ian Berry on Photographing Some of South Africas Historic Photos

On March 21 1960, Magnum photographer Ian Berry was present to cover the Sharpeville massacre, which turned out to be a pivotal point in South Africa's anti-apartheid movement. The British photojournalist recalls the event in the first episode of BBC Culture's Through the Lens, and talks about the photos that he took during the event, as well as in the four decades that followed as he lived with apartheid. thephoblographer.com

2019-1-26 14:00

Mounted Chimeras Features Fantastic Creatures Made Through Multiple Exposures

Ever wanted to make something different using double or even multiple exposures with film cameras? Something that's not a silhouette of someone set against cityscapes or flowers? We've found an interesting project that makes use of this beloved analog technique in a rather fantastic way: creating surreal, mythological creatures. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-24 19:00

Reuben Wu Envisions Space Exploration Through North American Landscapes

While there's no question that photography is a way for us to see things through another person's eyes, acclaimed Chiacgo-based Reuben Wu never fails to take it up a notch. A fine example of the otherworldly landscape photography he has become known for is Lux Noctis, a series of photographs imagining the landscapes of North America as the setting of a surreal story inspired by exploring mysterious and undiscovered worlds. thephoblographer.com

2017-12-5 11:00

Dario Belic Captures Croatian Breakdance Scene Through Portraiture

One of the most interesting features of this day and age is how our connectedness has allowed us to appreciate and share many cultures and creative styles with people from virtually everywhere. Through a portrait project, Croatian photographer Dario Belic gives us a peek into how this applies to the world of breakdance in his hometown of Zagreb. thephoblographer.com

2017-11-22 23:00

This Kodak Moments chatbot digs through your old photos and tries to sell you prints

Kodak has created a new Facebook Messenger chatbot called 'Kodak Moments' that tries to get users to buy physical products by digging through and resurfacing their old photos. The AI algorithm works by searching through the mass of images a user has uploaded to Facebook and suggesting ones that may have been forgotten in hopes the user, when suddenly presented with this fond old memory (or Kodak moment. dpreview.com

2017-9-23 19:36