A vignette about a large format photographer. Photographer: Joseph Allen Freeman joefreemanjunior.com Producer/Co-Director: Nick Bolton Cinematographer/Co-Director: Taylor Hawkins This video was graded with FilmConvert. It has been entered into their 2014 Cinematography competition. Please vote for us if you enjoyed the film. filmconvert.com/Competition_2014/Video.aspx?id=896&order_by=picks If you’d like a contact print from the negative featured in...Read more →
The Invisible Photograph: Part 1 (Underground)
A safe haven for thousands of images happens to be hundreds of feet underground in a repurposed limestone mine.
The Invisible Photograph: Part II (Trapped)
In Part 2 of The Invisible Photograph, see how a team of computer scientists, archivists, artists, and curators teamed up to unearth Andy Warhol’s lost digital works.
This morning when I parked my car this guy was just sitting there eating his nut without a care in the world. Yes, I’ve got a great zoom on my camera, but I got within 5 feet of this guy without him even twitching at my presence. It wasn’t until a car drove by that he hopped up into the tree.
USA PRISM Plus will randomly, secretly take photos and tweet them; either straight to the National Security Agency, or just to your friends. Several options are available to limit when photos are taken and what exactly will be tweeted. The app will only take photos when your device is in use and not set...Read more →
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In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side. The series took eight years to complete and is meant to show the “successes and failures that America has experienced in its short life.” Click through for a gallery of photos from Created Equal, discovered via Bored Panda, and visit Laita’s website for more info on the project and the book that came out of it.
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