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Memory Lapses

A series of installations using overexposed reflective material to create gaps in the image by Montreal-based photographer Francois Ollivier. The effect is like experiencing something ethereal that dissipates through time, at least for me that is. Memory Lapses are temporary installations … Continue reading

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Transient: An Extraordinary Short Film That Captures Lightning at 1,000 Frames per Second

Filmmaker and photographer Dustin Farrell spent over a month this summer traveling some 20,000 miles for the sole purpose of filming thunderstorms around the United States. Using a pricey Phantom Flex4K high-speed camera he filmed lightning strike after lightning strike … Continue reading

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It’s in the Leaving: Photos by Michael Massaia – Faith is Torment

Fine art photographer Michael Massaia just completed this series entitled It’s in the Leaving, a project he started in 2012 focusing on the last pay phones in New York City. Just looking at the images makes me realize how technology … Continue reading

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Nottingham Road: Photos by Elsa Bleda – Faith is Torment

There seems to be a trend towards giving night shots the neon treatment and Johannesburg-based photographer Elsa Bleda follows that trend. What differentiates her images from the others is the cinematic feel of her photos, almost like a Wes Anderson … Continue reading

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Wind of Okhotsk II: Photos by Ying Yin – Faith is Torment

Ongoing series by Shanghai-based photographer Ying Yin shot in the city of Abashiri, a city located in the Okhotsk subprefecture of Hokkaido, Japan characterized by it’s heavy snow during wintertime. To accentuate further the feel of heavy snow, Yin removed … Continue reading

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 Versilia: Photos by Bernhard Lang – Faith is Torment

Aerial photos by Munich-based photographer Bernhard Lang of Versilia, the coastal area around the city of Viareggio in northern Tuscany, Italy. Shot from a helicopter in early September 2017, the images show the symmetrical arrangement of beach umbrellas from above—evenly spaced and … Continue reading

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Nighttime City Scenes Bathed in Neon by Photographer Elsa Bleda

Photographer Elsa Bleda captures hazy moments that linger on the outskirts of the cities she visits in Eastern Europe and South Africa. Bleda is drawn to nighttime scenes bathed in colored light, such as a flock of pigeons illuminated by pink … Continue reading

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Museum Patrons Accidentally Matching Artworks Photographed by Stefan Draschan | Colossal

Photographer Stefan Draschan visits museums around Europe to see not just the artwork but the people observing the artwork. In his series People Matching Artworks he patiently waits for museum-goers who unintentionally coordinate with the art they’re observing, and snaps … Continue reading

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The Coincidence Project: Carefully Timed Photos by Denis Cherim Make You Look Twice | Colossal

As part of his ongoing series titled the Coincidence Project, photographer Denis Cherim (previously) seems to find the miraculous amongst the mundane in his exquisitely timed and positioned photos that align the world in strangely satisfying ways. Playing with perspective, … Continue reading

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