Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Art of the Image

Art Wolfe: "The Art of the Image", Photographers at Google

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Evolution of a Water Drop

A time lapse video of a compilation of 363 drops at a rate of .03 seconds per frame.

Friday, February 10, 2012


Video containing the winning single photographs (in all categories) at this years World Press Photo edition 2012. At the end there is a list of the winners for "stories" in all the same categories, too many to include in this short clip.

The winners were announced on the 10th of February 2012 and all photographs were published on the official website early that morning (www.worldpressphoto.org).

Saturday, February 4, 2012


London, January 2010 The launch of One2Fifty, a gallery with a difference created by landscape artist David Anthony Hall, which exhibits much of his work in a most unusual way. By exploring the relationship between large format print, photography and the Internet, Hall has created a bespoke gallery to showcase his images by shrinking everything on a scale of 1:50 to create the worlds smallest large format print gallery.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends

BEHIND PHOTOGRAPHS: ARCHIVING PHOTOGRAPHIC LEGENDS began as the personal quest of photographer Tim Mantoani to document and preserve noted photographers together with their images. “We have come to a point in history where we are losing both photographic recording mediums and iconic photographers,” Mantoani comments. “While many people are familiar with iconic photographs, the general public has no idea of who created them. This book became a means to do that, the photographer and their photograph in one image.”

As to why he is using a soon-to-be-extinct photographic medium only a handful of which survive, the 20×24 Polaroid, Mantoani explains, “I chose the format for two reasons. First, it is very possible that in just a few years, film for this camera will no longer exist. Second, to me this is the ultimate view camera. If you are going to call the greatest living photographers and ask to make a photo of them and you are shooting 35mm digital, they may not take your call. But if you say you are shooting 20×24 Polaroid, they will at least listen to your pitch.”