Unfound
Steven Chandler, lensculture.com

When you delete images from your digital camera the files are lost forever, not so with film. The mistakes, wrong decisions or bad memories continue to exist somewhere albeit as unwanted artefacts. It used to be possible to find these discarded…

Snapwire Collaborates with Adobe to Feature New Creative SDK
DL Cade, petapixel.com

Snapwire‘s mission is to make photo selling ‘human again,’ which is why creative collaboration between image makers and the brands/companies that need those images is at the center of the photo sales platform’s model.Today, the company enters into…

Matthieu Bourel Slices Up the Past in His Surreal Photo Collages
Benjamin Starr, visualnews.com

Berlin-based artist Matthieu Bourel slices up the past to create these fantastically surreal images. Famous faces like Gregory Peck and Yul Brynner multiply into forms which are both person and sculpture, disturbing and beautiful.Bourel say…

Looksee’s quasi-anonymous social photo experience is quite satisfying
Jackie Dove, thenextweb.com

Social networking photo apps typically bring together people who know each other to view, comment on, and like each other’s creations, but some variations on the theme emphasize artistic collaboration among strangers.

Looksee, from Quebec Drive,…

8 Things You Should Know if You are Dating a Street Photographer
Valerie Jardin, digital-photography-school.com

Let’s face it, photographers are a breed of their own. Street photographers may belong to an even more extreme category… so here are eight things you should know if you are dating a street photographer:#1 You cannot walk where you want on your own…

exposure.co

After anxiously awaiting the arrival of our new devices, we were pleasantly surprised when the packages showed up early Friday morning. Boxes were opened, and it was game on. We immediately rigged up the prototype mounting plates and ran out the d…

photojojo:

Photographers have been exposing negatives to corrosive chemicals for ages, but as far we know, Seung-Hwan Oh is the first to use live bacteria in his experiments.
Using homegrown cultures that feed on the light-sensitive chemicals you use to develop film, Seung-Hwan Oh ends up with these distorted photos that are strangely beautiful.
Live Bacteria Cultures Used to Corrode Film Negatives
via Beautiful Decay photojojo:

Photographers have been exposing negatives to corrosive chemicals for ages, but as far we know, Seung-Hwan Oh is the first to use live bacteria in his experiments.
Using homegrown cultures that feed on the light-sensitive chemicals you use to develop film, Seung-Hwan Oh ends up with these distorted photos that are strangely beautiful.
Live Bacteria Cultures Used to Corrode Film Negatives
via Beautiful Decay

photojojo:

Photographers have been exposing negatives to corrosive chemicals for ages, but as far we know, Seung-Hwan Oh is the first to use live bacteria in his experiments.

Using homegrown cultures that feed on the light-sensitive chemicals you use to develop film, Seung-Hwan Oh ends up with these distorted photos that are strangely beautiful.

Live Bacteria Cultures Used to Corrode Film Negatives

via Beautiful Decay

Sony A7s Video Shot Using Only Moonlight Looks Like it Was Captured at Dawn
Published on September 20, 2014 by DL Cade, petapixel.com

It’s no mystery that the Sony A7s kicks every other camera’s butt handily when it comes to low-light shooting, but just how capable is it? And what’s the c

San Francisco from Above: Aerial Photos of the City by the Bay
Patricia Ramos, exposureguide.com

In 1962, Tony Bennett recorded perhaps his most iconic song. It was about that fabled city by the bay. The lyrics to that tune go like this: I left my heart in San Francisco
High on a hill, it calls to me
To be where little cable cars cli…

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In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.
Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.
The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World
via Slate photojojo:

In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.
Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.
The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World
via Slate photojojo:

In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.
Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.
The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World
via Slate

photojojo:

In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.

Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.

The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World

via Slate