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Panasonic Made a Viewfinder That Lets Colorblind Photographers See Color – Peta Pixel

Panasonic recently partnered up with India’s Dentsu Aegis Network to create something really cool. Following in the footsteps of those glasses that “reverse” certain types of colorblindness, the company created a special Panasonic G90 with an EVF that lets colorblind … Continue reading

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Hotel Das Cataratas, Brazil — Canada Wanderlust

#Hotel Das Cataratas, #Brazil Hotel Das Cataratas, Brazil — Canada Wanderlust

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Unveiling Energy | Silhouette Stories

  Photographers Sherrie Nickol and David Katzenstein are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributors of this portrait photography.  From the  ‘Black on White’ series. The Black on White series of silhouettes grew out of husband and wife team Sherrie Nickol and David … Continue reading

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Rio’s school for Samba – in pictures

Such is the reputation of the Paraíso de Tuiuti samba school in Rio de Janeiro that dancers travel from as far afield as the UK, Russia and Japan to train in the ways of hip-swivelling and hot-stepping More: Rio’s school … Continue reading

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The ‘other Brazil’ | Portrait Photography – Edge of Humanity Magazine

Sao Paulo, SP   Photographer Antonio Mozeto is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. Train between Vitoria, ES and Belo Horizonte,MG   Portraits of a Profound Brazil I have no doubt that there is a dreamer … Continue reading

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Landscape Photography — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Landscape Photographer Charlie Waite is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this landscape photography. To see Charlie’s body of work, click on any image. All images © Charlie Waite See also: GALLERY – COLLECTION 5 By Charlie Waite […] Landscape … Continue reading

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‘Evolution’ Captures Every Microscopic Detail of Insect and Plant Life as It Unfolds

“Evolution,” directed by French video artist Thomas Blanchard (previously), offers an otherwise undetectable look at the minute movements of natural life. The macro-view project shows the first signs of flowers blossoming, in addition to glimpses of dozens of insect legs scurrying … Continue reading

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Atlas with Shifting Edges – Emergence Magazine

Elizabeth Rush reflects on climate change as a transformational force on our landscapes and the words we might use to grasp this shifting reality. Her book Rising was named a finalist for this year’s Pulitzer Prize for its rigorous reporting … Continue reading

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Dramatic Views of Worldwide Architecture Captured by Gareth Pon (with a Hidden Twist)

Photographer Gareth Pon (previously) encourages his audience to join in his reinvention of Where’s Waldo. His architectural photography relies on depth, pattern, and symmetry, often framing a small piece of the city he’s visiting, like the water-covered street below Chicago’s … Continue reading

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Love Times-Zero: Photos by Michael Massaia – Faith is Torment

This painterly photo series entitled Love Times-Zero by fine art photographer Michael Massaia was shot using an old Polaroid SX-70 camera and Polaroid Time-Zero film which, according to Michael, they stopped making about 15 years ago. To create the effect, … Continue reading

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