Could you explain to us how you created the stunning image above?
‘To create this photograph I used a technique called “expansion”, which is also known as “The Brenizer Method”. It’s a technique where you stich several photos together to create one photograph. This technique results in a really low DOF (depth of field) and a higher resolution.’
What does photography mean to you?
‘It means the world to me. It’s my way to show how I see the world, how I feel and a way to tell stories. I love making conceptual photos. The process until the idea is finally created in a photo is such an interesting/beautiful journey. And especially self-portraits mean a lot to me. Taking self-portraits is my way to be alone – to get in touch with myself. It’s sort of my own therapy time.’
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Did you know that the caffeine in your soda is actually a natural pesticide used by plants? That’s right, the world’s favorite stimulant is rather toxic to our six legged friends.
The photo above is caffeine when false colored and viewed through an electron microscope!
via Fresh Photons
Sony’s winners for the 2012 Sony World Photography Competition do not fail to impress.
American photographer Mitch Dobrowner captured these black and white photos of approaching storms. The sheer magnitude and power captured in them is pretty incredible!
via Creative Review