Photographer Uses Time Blending to Capture a Different Sort of Time-Lapse

Photographer Uses Time Blending to Capture a Different Sort of Time-Lapse

In his TimeScapes series, photographer Martien Janssen has been “playing with the element of time,” combining images in creative ways to create “a new type of dimension” in his time-lapse photography.

And there’s no better example of this than his film TimeBlend. Captured in Bagan, Myanmar, the time-lapse uses a stacking technique you may have […].

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2020-8-1 19:38

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Photographer Uses DIY Reflecting Pool to Capture Beautiful Flower Photos

Landscape photographer Lewis Carlyle was recently trying to figure out a photo project to do at home, when he came up with a totally unique, never-before-tried idea: close-up photos of flowers. Okay, fine, it’s not exactly revolutionary, but he did manage to put an interesting twist on the concept and create some beautiful images in […] petapixel.com

2020-05-29 21:44

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Photographer Uses Household Items to Create Miniature Worlds for His Toys

Hong Kong-based photographer Ric Tse is getting creative in quarantine. For his recent series My Homes Rhapsody, he’s taking regular household items and using them to create miniature worlds and landscapes for LEGO and other toys, before zooming out to reveal the truth behind the photo. “As I cannot go outside to take photos, I […] petapixel.com

2020-04-27 20:20

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Photographer Uses Public Webcams to Capture Haunting Photos of Italys Deserted Cities

While stuck inside during lockdown, Hungarian photographer Milan Radisics has embarked on a different kind of photo project. Since he can’t go out and shoot, he’s decided to capture Italy’s deserted cities from afar, using public webcams instead of his own camera, and the PrtScn key instead of a shutter button. He’s calling the project […] petapixel.com

2020-04-01 01:27

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Photographer Uses Public Webcams to Capture Italys Deserted Cities

While stuck inside during lockdown, Hungarian photographer Milan Radisics has embarked on a different kind of photo project. Since he can’t go out and shoot, he’s decided to capture Italy’s deserted cities from afar, using public webcams instead of his own camera, and the PrtScn key instead of a shutter button. He’s calling the project […] petapixel.com

2020-04-01 01:27

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Photographer Uses Double Exposure To Show The Importance Of Mans Relationship With Nature

Etymologically, symbiosis is defined as a long-term association between two organisms of different species that can benefit from this relationship or not. It was the reflection of this concept that the Brazilian photographer Wander Rocha decided to express in his project “Simbiose.” Of the two species, one vitally depends on another. boredpanda.com

2020-02-04 20:22

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Photographer Uses Backyard Shed to Shoot Gorgeous Natural Light Portraits

Calgary-based portrait photographer and YouTuber Irene Rudnyk recently put together a photo shoot that’s getting some well-deserved attention. Using just the shed in her backyard and the natural light pouring in, she was able to capture some gorgeous fashion portraits that imitate a popular in-studio lighting setup. Rudnyk says she’s been wanting to put the […] petapixel.com

2019-08-08 21:25

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Photographer Uses Burned Teapot as a Camera to Shoot Wildfire Damage

Back in August 2016, the Blue Cut wildfire tore through Cajon Pass in Southern California, burning 37,000 acres, dozens of cars, and over 300 homes and structures. Local photojournalist James Quigg documented the fire’s damage in a creative and unusual way: he found a burned teapot and turned it into a pinhole camera. Quigg has […] petapixel.com

2017-09-06 18:49

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Photographer Uses 19th Century Techniques To Create Striking Photos Of The Erie Canal

Craig Murphy does things the old fashioned way. He uses the same methods photographers like Mathew Brady, Alexander Gardner and others used during the Civil War. The upstate NY artist took his tintype photography studio on the road and began photographing Erie Canal locks at locations across New York State. boredpanda.com

2017-06-27 19:13

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Photographer Uses 166-Year-Old Technique To Shoot Kids, And The Result Is Haunting

Spanish artist Jacqueline Roberts swims against the tide, reviving 19-th century photography in the digital era. Jacqueline's work mostly revolves around the psychological and emotional transition from childhood to adolescence, and the technique she uses further intensifies the eerily change, making the images look like something you'd find in your nightmares. boredpanda.com

2017-06-02 12:55

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Photographers Camera Dies At The Beginning Of A Photoshoot, So He Uses His iPhone Instead

Sydney-based photographer Aaron Browning was just about to start a perfectly planned shoot on a sunny day when he picked up his camera to discover it wasn't working. Rather than rescheduling and going home, Browning got resourceful and decided to use his iPhone 6. His results were better than anyone could have anticipated. boredpanda.com

2017-04-27 12:57