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digital Photography School has a cool article on how to use Slow Sync Flash to create cool photographs. When shooting with a subject in low light situations you generally have...

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Check these beautiful images called Smoke Works by Mehmet Özgür. Amazing photography! Incensed - 3/10: Stairway to heaven (v1.1) by Mehmet Özgür More stunning photography by Mehmet Özgür (not just Smoke...

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YouSayToo has a wonderful collection of pictures called Coffee meets Milk. Coffee meets Milk Visit YouSayToo for more beautiful images.

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Found this over at kottke.org. Shorpy.com is a photo blog about what life a hundred years ago was like: How people looked and what they did for a living, back...

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From ZoneZero On June 17th, every year, the family goes through a private ritual: we photograph ourselves to stop, for a fleeting moment, the arrow of time passing by. Diego Goldberg's...

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Volker Steger took some great microscopic photographs of crushed insects he found on his car bonnet: "SCHEIBENKLEISTER - Tödliche Verkehrsunfälle". (Scheibenkleister is German for something pasted to a disc/plate,...

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On the website of Letchik Leha (Letchik is Russian for the pilot) you'll find some wonderful pictures of the sky, images, landscapes, airports and aircraft. The Selenga river photographed by...

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Chris Jordan's latest work is an interesting collection of images which quantify some American statistics: Running the Numbers. Part of Ben Franklin by Chris Jordan (depicts 125,000 one-hundred dollar bills...

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I've been in NYC a few times and I remember seeing quite some buidlings looking like they had some fire/smoke damage. Fire damage or dirt? Maybe it's just dirt! Check this...

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Remember Noah K.? His project "Noah K. Everyday" is one of those things that spread like a virus. Everybody loves you when you're in the spotlight so Noah got...

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A few weeks ago Flickr introduced mapping features which enable users to easily 'geotag' their photos. Tom Coates wrote up a nice tutorial on how to automatically geotag photos...

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On January 11th 2000, New York photographer Noah Kalina started taking pictures of himself every day. His project Noah K. Everyday now has more than 6 years worth of...

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Chris Gillett took pictures of all he ate for a year. Every breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack Chris ate during the entire year of 2005 was digitally captured, totalling...

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