Spanish photographer Saida Valenzuela new series Echoes takes the beauty of the natural world and transforms it into high art. By photographing different minerals, she has created an abstract series that is mesmerizing in its colorful fluidity. Each mineral, captured from an aerial perspective, reflects the nuances of these glittering stones. Sometimes resembling a sandy desert, other times appearing as nebulous clouds or the night sky, the variety of images is astounding.
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As time goes on, certain types of photo equipment become obsolete as people use post production to spruce up their pictures.
Pet photographer Diane Özdamar has been in love with pet rats as long as she can remember.
Sometimes security cameras can take some strange footage, and Texan Al Brooks was in for a treat when he reviewed video from outside his home. As a bird flies by the camera, it looks to almost be floating while pausing for a moment to take in the scenery. This isn't the work of a video effects artist; it's actually a visual phenomenon known as a stroboscopic effect.
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Dutch photographer Martijn Van Oers happened upon something special when he opened up the medium format camera he'd purchased at a thrift store. The original Zeiss Ikon 520/2 contained a roll of film with the word EXPOSÉ written on it. After a bit of research, Van Oers determined that the camera dated from about 1929, while the film would have been produced at some point between the 1940s and 1970s.
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