Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
Whether a rock is from India, Antarctica, the Alps, Lipari, Canada, Madagascar or from Veneto, their different histories is not really very important. Rocks all share the general attribute of concealing an unobserved world. Professor Bernardo Cesare calls it micROCKScopica, that “along with an exciting geological history, every piece of rock hides an universe of colors and shapes, that can be disclosed with a microscope and utilizing polarized light.”
The story of man and weather has been one of cooperation. We basically cannot do anything, as we adjust accordingly with the weather each day. It could be the heat, the cold, or in some instances something much more extreme, such as thunderstorms and twisters, especially in the Central Plains of the U.S.
Landscape photography is no doubt a beautiful undertaking, but it can also be a difficult activity, given the need to bring along all the necessary photography gear. Australian photographers Dylan Toh and Marianne Lim are not unaware of the difficulties of this work, shooting amazing landscapes. These parents in fact raise the bar a notch by bringing their adorable kid with them. The duo work together in what they call Everlook Photography. They carry their child on their backs, using many different but clever parenting strategies to make certain that their kid does not mind the excursions while they are able to shoot exceptionally good images.
These days, when you mention the word cloud, most people think you are referring to cloud computing or cloud storage. Not with Markus Einspannier. The German artist likes to play with clouds, the organic ones you see in the sky, that is. He is a creative man with a very lighthearted side, which is apparent in his self-portraits toying around visually with clouds.
There may be a great fire in our hearts, yet no one ever comes to warm himself at it, and the passers-by see only a wisp of smoke. – Vincent Van Gogh
Smoke and smoking is and has been an obsession of sorts for most people. Whether we talk of smoke from a lit cigar or of smoke figuratively, no one will deny that we have a fixation on the either light or dark vapor. Laura Wasabi is certainly no exception.
Many will recall how the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was a scheduled international passenger flight that vanished March 8 earlier this year. The plane departed from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia bound for Beijing Capital International Airport, People’s Republic of China. It remains missing to this day. Fortunately, these kinds of tragic stories are not how all troubled airplane flights end. Many make some miraculous recoveries. That is exactly what Happy End is all about.