London-based filmmaker Frederic van Strydonck made this creative short film titled Spltch, which teleports the viewer to different locations through taking dips below the water’s surface. Everything was shot with an unprotected iPhone X.
I’ve been researching and testing photography hacks for years, trying to capture unique and compelling images. I love sharing my work with the world through free stock photo sites and I’m always looking for ways to take my images to the next level.
The photos have been taken in July 2017 at the beautiful Rakotz bridge in Kromlau park in Gablenz - Germany. The bridge is located in a public park. It’s been built in the 60’s of the 19th century.
"I was very motivated to bring awareness to more people about sharks and their true behavior. "says photographer Ken Kiefer to us about his recent project involving photographing models alongside sharks.
The folks over at The Field Lab decided to put a camera at the bottom of a bucket and shoot a underwater view of what it looks like when different animals stop by for a drink. The camera caught bees, birds, a squirrel, chickens, a donkey, and a steer named Ben. “Everybody loves water in […]
Step aside awesome Microsoft Surface Studio commercial, this new paint ad is officially the coolest use of robotic filming techniques and practical effects we have ever seen. As you watch this video, keep in mind: none of this is CGI.
Baikal is impressive. It's the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning a trip, we didn't even suspect it is so wonderful, majestic and fairy.
As the years pass by, our children use the pool less and less. I needed to compensate. I have always had a fascination for concepts that make it difficult to tell up from down or make sense of gravity.