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As for the sheer number of images overwhelming the medium, which every photo panel seems to devolve into nowadays, I think it’s silly. Writers aren’t complaining that the number of emails on the internet is somehow overwhelming their medium. I think if you can’t tell the difference between art and your friends’ instagram, then you’re probably lacking some basic understanding of the medium.
Adam Magyar is not your average photographer. For one, he built his own camera from scratch.
Adam’s camera captures multiple frames in the span of a second, which he then compiles into these mesmerizing panoramic portraits.
These are mesmerizing.
Proud Wanderer is a creative series by nature and animal photographer Howard Lau, aka HOWLD, that captures the exquisite motion of birds in mid-flight. In the series, Lau creates sensations that viewers are soaring high up in…
These are incredible…
The obligatory autumn leaf photo
To be a photographer, one must photograph. No amount of book learning, no checklist of seminars attended, can substitute for the simple act of making pictures. Experience is the best teacher of all. And for that, there is no guarantee that one will become an artist. Only the journey matters.
- Harry Callahan (via visual-renascence)
Worldwide Photowalk 2013 Olympic Village Vancouver BC
Took this yesterday on the Worldwide Photowalk. The IOS 7 has new editing features for the iPad. Trippy and kind of fun.
London-based photographer Edward Horsford (previously featured here), shoots awesome high-speed photos of balloons just a fraction of a second after they’ve been popped. The images are utterly mesmerizing. Those explosive moments, which ordinarily take place faster than our eyes can take them in, are frozen in time thanks to Edward’s skills. The water inside of the balloon still holds its shape as the balloon pulls away like the skin on a grape.
Visit Edward Horsford’s Flickr page to view more examples of his captivating high-speed photography.
[via Design Taxi]
These are amazing…