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rcruzniemiec:

Joel Robison

Cranbrook, BC (a smallish town tucked in the Rocky Mountains) where Joel Robison lives seems like a magical place, not only do books and coffee cups come in reasonable sizes but also a whole universe of magical, whimsical and funny images for us to enjoy.

photojojo:

TIME Magazine has picked its top ten photos from 2012, including Stephen Wilkes’ photo of Seaside Heights, N.J. after Hurricane Sandy, and Francois Mori’s image of artist Li Wei soaring over Paris. 

TIME Magazine Picks the Top Ten Photos from 2012

via Huh. Magazine

photojojo:

Using lengthly exposures in his latest series, Bill Wadman explores the magic of motion with flowing bodies and wisps of color. To see the whole series, check out the link below. 

Long Exposure Photos Explore the Beauty of Dancers in Motion

via 123 Inspiration

photojojo:

One of the most iconic photo poses of the internet age is the self-portrait captured with an outstretched arm. 

Cape Town, South Africa-based newspaper Cape Times has photoshopped historical photos as if they were taken like a selfie.

Famous Historical Photos Reinvented as Selfies

via PetaPixel


Need some quick lighting for a shoot? Though not the best option for precision, headlights on a car can sometimes do the trick. Brendon Burton used them beautifully in the self portrait above! 

Need some quick lighting for a shoot? Though not the best option for precision, headlights on a car can sometimes do the trick. Brendon Burton used them beautifully in the self portrait above! 

(Source: photojojo)

photojojo:

Stephen Wilkes is a guy with some serious patience. He photographs the same spot for a minimum of ten hours! The goal is to capture the transformation of a selected area from day to night. 

Photos Show Transformation From Day to Night in Single Frame

via KoiKoiKoi

photojojo:

Niccolò Bonfadini is what’s known as an astrophotographer, someone who captures images of space.
You might be wondering what’s celestial about this photo, but the reddish band running across the upper third of the photo is actually the Belt of Venus! 
Astronomy Picture of the Day - The Belt of Venus and Frosty Trees
via Live Science | APOD

photojojo:

Niccolò Bonfadini is what’s known as an astrophotographer, someone who captures images of space.

You might be wondering what’s celestial about this photo, but the reddish band running across the upper third of the photo is actually the Belt of Venus! 

Astronomy Picture of the Day - The Belt of Venus and Frosty Trees

via Live Science | APOD

photojojo:

What appears to be transparent objects in these images is actually an optical illusion! Cayetano Ferrer photographs the area directly behind the objects from a specific angle.

He then prints out the images and attaches them to the items, making them appear see-through! 

Mind-Bending Photographs That Double as Optical Illusions

via Design You Trust

photojojo:

Bartek Eisner, a Berlin-based designer, made this massive boombox for the International Radio Festival in Zurich this year.

And we want it, please.

Designer Makes a Massive Cardboard Ghettoblaster

via NotCot

photojojo:

Rob Kesseler is fascinated with the science of macrophotography. He coats each plant specimen with a thin layer of gold, then photographs them with a scanning electron microscope. 

Microscopic Photos of Plants Merge Science and Art

via Fubiz

photojojo:

Did you know you can use a two dollar laser pointer to take insanely detailed macro photos? Redditor “jimineyprickit” took some awesome shots of everyday items, letting us see them in an entirely new light. 

Use a Laser Pointer to Turn Your Mobile Phone into a Macro Camera!

via Reddit | Huffington Post