I photograph the universe, the wonders of outer space: planets, stars, galaxies and breathtaking constellations. Astrophotography is not an easy or cheap hobby, it requires passion and lot of energy invested.
Paris-based artist Roman Hill explores the microscopic world as a way to capture the immensity of the universe. His latest short film, titled As Above, looks like a mesmerizing display of cosmic gasses, stars, and galaxies, but it was shot on a tabletop.
Reflections is a present undertaking, during which i photograph a spherical mirror in numerous locations. It’s all about the great thing about mirrored mild. It’s like a universe, a small planet, with a number of risk’s in distinction of buildings, colors, moods and numerous lightnings, the fascination of interaction like nature and civilization, or the gravitation between life and death, such as in the rose blossoms, in which the tree in the mirror full of life and color radiates, on the floor, the sheet but already on is wilting.
I am Murat Akyol, a 21-year-old from Mardin, Turkey. I love to tell people about my dreams through photos, and I just love art in general. Here's some of my newer material, including the old-but-good ones.
NASA astronomers have created an ultimate stitched panorama of galaxies in the night sky using 7,500 individual photos shot through 16 years’ worth of exposures using the Hubble Space Telescope.