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New York photographer Sean Lynch went to Nepal last September and the pictures he took while there are just absolutely amazing. Lynch offers us amazing photographs taken with infrared lighting. It is such a unique look of the country, as the place looks like one giant red velvet cake. It is decidedly a unique look as these images are laced with much surrealism, giving Annapurna, the world renowned summit of the Himalayas, a very different aura.
Franck Bohbot recently shot some unusual pictures of the normally bustling Coney Island’s candy-colored Luna Park. The amusement park has been going through some upgrades over the past years and the French photographer took some images of how the place looks today. What is unusual about Bohbot’s series is that all of his images are devoid of any people. The series is called Last Stop Coney Island.
360-degree cameras seem to be all the rage, and here’s the newest version. What sets this apart from the other gadgets is it makes use of your existing camera. It’s called the Eye Mirror, a startup initiated by U.K. inventors Dan Burton and Thomas Seidl, whose invention attaches to just about any camera and gives it the capability to shoot 360-degree panoramas as well as videos.
Santa Barbara, California-based Morgan Maassen, like most photographers, began as a hobbyist, and soon found himself immersed not just in photography, but in the water as well. Not figurative water, but the beach to be more specific. He was soon rubbing elbows with the surfing elite; Kelly Slater, Dane Reynolds, Craig Anderson, Steph Gilmore and more superstars of surfing.