Photography

November 10, 2017

Photographer Recreates Philippe Halsman’s Iconic 1948 “Dalí Atomicus” Image

Philippe Halsman's 1948 portrait of surrealist painter Salvador Dalí—entitled Dalí Atomicus—is one of the art world’s most famous images. Guernsey-based photographer Karl Taylor was so inspired by the iconic photo, he decided to create his own modern version. He explains, “It has been a favorite of mine for as long as I remember and it is probably the root of my own interest and specialization in photographing fast moving liquids and smashing objects.

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November 9, 2017

Budapest Buildings Transformed into Street Corners with Striking Symmetry

Photographer Zsolt Hlinka creates imaginary places out of real architectural forms. His latest series called Corner Symmetry features intersecting buildings in Budapest that have been split in half and mirrored in the center of the composition. The result produces an extreme perspective of a stunning cityscape, where the top of the structures are angled at 45 degrees.  Because of this, it seems like we’re viewing them through a fisheye lens—but it’s really a meticulously crafted digital collage.

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November 7, 2017

Loving Dad Makes Time-Lapse of Daughter Growing Up From 0 to 18 Years Old

Many parents will tell you that their children grow up at a startling rate and that you should treasure every moment. No one more so than Dutch film maker, photographer, and father Frans Hofmeester who—over the course of 18 years—regularly captured those precious moments from his children’s lives, from baby to adolescent to young adult.

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November 4, 2017

New Photo Enhancing Software Easily Transforms Low-Resolution Images into High-Resolution

We’re lucky enough to be living during a time when technology is evolving faster than ever. And now, sci-fi crime drama cliches are actually becoming a reality. Let’s Enhance is a new online photo enhancing software that allows you to turn images from lousy low-resolution to crisp high-resolution. Founded by Alex Savsunenko and Vladislav Pranskevičius—a chemistry Ph.D. and a former CTO—Let’s Enhance is designed to be super-easy to use.

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