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Dream-Like Pictures Of Firefly Light-Trails Captured Using Long-Exposure Photography

By • Apr 11th, 2014 • Category: Latest Posts, Photography

Through the magic of long-exposure photography, Missouri-based photographer Vincent Brady has captured the bright trails of light left behind by fireflies as they perform their nightly dances in the American Midwest. Fireflies have always captured our attention, especially as children, because they seem like stars that have come down to earth. Brady’s photographs, then, transform them into shooting stars.

Slow Life: Hypnotizing Macro Timelapse Of Exotic Corals Made With 150,000 Photos

By • Apr 1st, 2014 • Category: Animals, Latest Posts, Photography, Science

Daniel Stoupin, a PhD student at the University of Queensland in Australia, has created a stunning must-see video that will open your eyes to just how little most of us understand about the many different forms of life we have here on Earth. His “Slow Life” video combines thousands of close-up photographs of beautiful corals to illustrate their daily movements in a way that makes them seem not of this earth.

Convicts Write Letters Of Advice To Their Past Selves

By • Feb 28th, 2014 • Category: Latest Posts, Photography

Commercial photographer Trent Bell has created a series of powerful images that shows us what a group of U.S. Convicts would tell their past selves if they could turn back the hands of time. In the “Reflect” project, each inmate was first asked to pen a letter to their past selves. Bell then took their portraits and had the text of their letters edited into the images, serving as powerful testaments to their regrets, their mistakes, and their new-found wisdom.

Photographer Travels Through Time By Inserting Herself Into Her Childhood Photos

By • Jan 10th, 2014 • Category: Latest Posts, Photography

London-based Japanese photographer Chino Otsuka has taken a unique approach to exploring her own past. In her “Imagine Finding Me” series, she travels through the past by inserting her current self into her childhood self, envisioning what it might be like to meet herself as a child. The insertions are executed very well, making the series even warmer and easier to believe.

BEFORE and AFTER: Homeless Veteran Receives a Stunning Makeover

By • Nov 11th, 2013 • Category: Latest Posts, Miscellaneous

Degage Ministries and Design 1 Salon & Spa have created a time-lapse in which they gift homeless veteran Jim Wolf a makeover and a sharp new suit. Some detractors of the video have noted that the change is essentially superficial, but fans of the video argue that it has given Wolf the self esteem and motivation he needs to turn his life around.

Hypnotizing Timelapse-like Ageing Video Turns Child Into Grandmother

By • Sep 11th, 2013 • Category: Art, Latest Posts, Video

Filmmaker Anthony Cerniello, together with a team of animators and a photographer, has created what is possibly one of the best face-to-face look at the aging process. “The idea was that something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself,” said Cerniello.

The Passage of Time Shown in Layered Collages by Fong Qi Wei

By • Aug 6th, 2013 • Category: Art, Digital Art, Latest Posts, Photography

In his time lapse series called ‘Time is a Dimension’, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei doesn’t use a typical long exposure trick. He captures the passing time by layering different photos of the same spot with clear edge lines of each frame. Each collage is digitally cut and created from pictures Fong takes within 2 to to 4 hours.

The Same Little House From The Same Camera Angle Over a Two-year Period

By • Jul 28th, 2013 • Category: Latest Posts, Photography

This stunningly beautiful yet simple series by accomplished Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino underscores just how much can be done with a single simple subject when one has focus and vision. To make this series, Cosentino simply took shots from the same exact position of the same exact house over a two-year period. The only things that change are the light and weather conditions that Cosentino captures around the house.

Mind-Blowing Supercell Thunderstorm Filmed Near Booker, Texas

By • Jun 13th, 2013 • Category: Latest Posts, Science

It took Mike Olbinski 4 years of failed attempts before he actually got his dream: on June 3rd he and Andy Hoeland managed to capture an unworldly time-lapse video of a rotating supercell thunderstorm near Booker, Texas. “There are no words really to describe the moment we saw this storm. Pictures don’t do it justice,” says Mike.

4 Sisters Take Their Photo Every Year For 36 Years

By • May 1st, 2013 • Category: Photography

Back 1975, American photographer Nicholas Nixon once took a photo of his wife Bebe and her three sisters, and they came up with an idea to make it an annual tradition. Since then, the Brown sisters took a photo every year till 2010. To make the series more coherent, the four sisters – Heather, Mimi, Bebe, and Laurie – always posed in the same order.

Soldier Portraits Before, During and After War

By • Dec 4th, 2012 • Category: History, Latest Posts, Photography

Many times pictures speak louder than stories: by creating a time-lapse portrait series of soldiers before, during and after the war, Lalage Snow reveals more about their psychological drama then their own words could. Titled “We are the not dead”, the portraits show an 8 month span in the lives of the British soldiers that were deployed in Afghanistan, and the changes in their eventually weary faces are striking.