Sebastian Laban, a French Wedding Photographer, converts his images into these awesome 3D effects. The images have unique look to them and the overall effect is nothing short of amazing. Checkout this amazing video that he put together.
Take one part science, two parts creativity, and a dash of power tools and you have the new series by Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner.
Matthew Hartman decided to surprise his girlfriend Elisabeth with a proposal she would never forget!
Chances are if you are looking to upgrade your DX Nikon camera you have been anxiously awaiting some more details on the soon to be available D7100. Well, while scouring the web today I came across the first hand account of using two D7100′s while shooting Black Sea Turtles by wildlife photographer Moose Peterson.
Photography is one of those hobbies that you can pour never ending amounts of cash into, there is always something new and shiny to spend your money on. But if you’re into astrology, or star gazing chances are that you may be interested in Astrophotography (Taking pictures of stars and space). One thing that you will need in addition to your normal photography gear is a telescope and it can be hard for beginners to choose a photography worthy telescope.
Most photos spend their days as digital files nowadays. Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, it makes no difference – most people keep their pictures online, not in albums. So what can you do to get real impact with the few photos that you do decide to get printed? How about a huge wooden print that people can touch and feel!
The German company, Photocarver, actually takes your images and carves them into prints. As you would expect this can be rather expensive, but if you are looking for a rather unique and interesting way to get some prints done this could be the way. All you need to do is select a good candidate(high contrast, simple background) and upload it to their website where you can see a preview of what your image will look like as a wooden print.
I think that this is a really neat product that they have going here. I mean it is surely not for everyone or every image, but it is a very unique way to get a print done and will certainly stand out on a wall more than your average print. I am thinking this may make for a cool birthday present or Christmas present for my father, who loves woodworking.
What do you guys think? Is this something you might try out? Let us know in the comments below.
Jakob Granqvist and Cole Roberts are redefining the way that people look at engagement sessions. The team, who was named to Rangefinder’s 30 rising stars in Wedding Photography in 2012, have effectively rebranded their engagement sessions as “Document You” sessions.
Here is something totally awesome! Wired Magazine contracted Art Streiber to do a Star Wars themed photo shoot that is storyboarded by comedian Chris Hardwick, a self-proclaimed die-hard Star Wars fan.
Spanish photographer Eugenio Recuenco has played homage to Picasso in a recent fashion series. His work is closely linked to film and theater, which makes his appreciation of Picasso’s work an easy connection.
The French Museum Jeu de Paume was blocked from Facebook recently for displaying a partially nude photograph of an early 20th century woman. In the photo the woman was laying down on what seemed to be some sort of cloth with her pelvic region covered but bearing her breasts.
Rob Gipman, a photographer from the Netherlands, built this neat DIY water resistant sleeve for his Canon 100-400L lens. The best part is that it is just a bit of fleece and a combination of a few different water resistant solutions.
While on my normal reading frenzy in the morning to catch up on all of my RSS feeds I came across this great article by Carsten Krieger Photography regarding landscapes. It was a great read and it opened my eyes to many things; including the fact that you do not have to travel far away to get stunning landscapes, for most people you can find them in your own backyard – or within a short drive from it.