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Russian photographer Murad Osmann puts a new spin on travel photography, showing us the world as his lady drags him through it.
Osmann has been posting photos on Instagram from each country he and his partner visit, her taking his hand as they venture forth.
That’s a family photo, laying on the surface of the moon, left there by astronaut Charles Duke in 1972.
It’s probably still there, not much happens on the moon that can really make much of a fuss. /via Laughing Squid.
Photography: Hideaki Hamada’s Family Photos.
“My children are not only my little darlings but off-shoots of myself. When I look at them, I have a strange feeling – as if I am watching myself re-living my life. What I want to show is their “living form”.”
Photography: Li Wei Defies Gravity.
If you didn’t already suffer from acrophobia (the fear of
acrobats heights), photographer Li Wei is hear to help you get there.
It’s easy to imagine that these photos must involve a great deal of equipment and post-production work, but, no. Li Wei can actually fly, and he’s put that talent to great use here.
More photos, and a short video doco, after the jump (pun intended). Continue Reading…
A cross-section of wall paints from an 18th century theatre. Each band represents a different coat of paint, visualised with reflected light microscopy at 100-times magnification.
The next time you’re debating whether to strip that wall or just paint over the old layer, consider what our descendants could be missing out on… via biocanvas.net.
Photography: My Own.
I don’t really know what I’m doing with a camera. That’s not modesty; I literally have no idea what any of the settings on my Panasonic Lumix GF1 do.
And that’s fine. It’s only fun, it’s not a career path. I hope you enjoy the shots you see here, though. Continue Reading…
I love the ongoing Essentials feature at Hypebeast. They have influential people lay all of their ‘essentials’ out, photographing the set and describing each item.
“Use that energy to prove to the coach and to your peers and to your classmates that they made a mistake. If you give it your best, try your hardest, and you get to that point you know you can’t do it… but if you try one more time and you make it, that’s going one step further.”
- Deloris Jordan, to her son Michael when he didn’t make the high school varsity basketball team. Continue Reading…