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Ben Von Wong used two tons of E-waste to create these futuristic portraits

Photographer Benjamin Von Wong recently teamed up with computer maker Dell to try and make recycling "cool. " Together, they took 4,100 lbs (~1,860 Kg) of electronic waste and used it to build three futuristic scenes that show how e-waste can be used to power the future of tech instead of languishing in some landfillin other words: how e-waste can serve as a bridge between the past to the future. dpreview.com

2018-3-8 01:30

Ben Von Wong used 4,100 pounds of E-waste to create these futuristic portraits

Photographer Benjamin Von Wong recently teamed up with computer maker Dell to try and make recycling "cool. " Together, they took 4,100 pounds of electronic waste and used it to build three futuristic scenes that show how e-waste can be used to power the future of tech instead of languishing in some landfillin other words: how e-waste can serve as a bridge between the past to the future. dpreview.com

2018-3-7 01:30

We Used Military Retired Kodak Film To Shoot Surrealistic Landscapes Of The Dolomites

This project was initially conceived as a game, an experiment. We are very lucky that we can call those mountains a second home, cause we’ve been there so many times, especially during winter, snowboarding on the best slopes in the Alps, and this summer we decided to try to look at these familiar places with different eyes. boredpanda.com

2017-11-29 13:53

I Used A 100 Years Old Photography Technique To Make Incredibly Coloured Portraits

I made this photo series using the Trichromatic process, a 100 years old technique used by first photographers to get the colours in their images when everyone else had black and white only. I wanted to make an experiment and see what kind of result an old technique like this one would give with modern technologies, I was not disappointed. boredpanda.com

2017-9-16 10:26

How to buy used gear (and not get burned)

Don't get burned! Photography gear is pricey, and buying used is a great way to keep your wallet from getting too thin, but it also comes with quite a few risks. The high price associated with photo gear sometimes attracts unsavory folks disguising themselves as reputable sellers as a means to part you from your hard earned cash. dpreview.com

2017-8-21 16:00