In his gigantic body of work, Arno Rafael Minkkinen uses the human body in a truly ingenious way. Instead of the person being the center of focus, Arno cleverly aligns parts of the human body seamlessly with the rest of the picture.
In what has to be most precise photography project ever, Harvard fellow Wim Noorduin used salt and silicon to create microscopic flowers on the surface of a penny.
It looks like the Japanese schoolgirl Dragon Ball meme has already been replaced by a new one!
Vadering is the act of re-enacting Darth Vader’s painful-yet-awesome-looking force choke.
Back in the 1950’s, Bruce Mozert was capturing elaborate underwater scenes without the help of any digital means. After moving to New York in his early 20’s, Bruce decided to build his own underwater housing for his camera.
After sending a few test prints to local magazines, he soon became the go to guy for publications who wanted an editorial with a twist.
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So what’s the deal with waxed canvas bags?
They’re durable *and* water-resistant, keeping your gear safe inside. Plus, you get a sweet Eddie-Bauer-esque rugged look.
An affordable waxed bag can be hard to come by, but this DIY (by our buddy Allen Mowrey) will show you how to get it done at home!