October 25, 2014

Tag Archives: photography

Favorites from DearPhotograph.com

First Day of School

Dear Photograph – A New Photo of an Old Photo DearPhotograph.com is an amazing website started by 22 year old Taylor Jones. The site is designed to let people share a new photo of an old photo, with a brief message addressed to the original image, or more accurately, to the past itself. Below we have a small collection of ... Read More »

Thousands of Soldiers Form Living Photographs

Human Liberty Bell Photograph

Thousands of American Soldiers Pose as Symbols of American History These fantastic works of art are actually human or “living” photographs, taken by English photographer Arthur S. Mole and American photographer John D. Thomas. The images were constructed using thousands of soldiers positioned in synchronicity to form the subject of the photos. These American history photographs were taken around the ... Read More »

Beyond the Naked Eye – Cool Microscopic Imagery

Flea at 20x Modification

Cool Microscopic Images There is a whole other world going on – all around us – but it is completely invisible to the naked eye! The folks at Nikon know this very well. For more than 30 years now, Nikon has held an annual “Small World Photomicrography Competition.” The event is regarded as the leading forum for showcasing the beauty ... Read More »

Amazing Garage Sale Find – $45 Ansel Adams Worth $200 Million

Ansel Adams Original Photograph

Los Angeles, California — Two Small Boxes Bought for Only $45 (negotiated down from $70) Estimated to be Worth at Least $200 Million, According to a Beverly Hills Art Appraiser. Garage sale hobby turns into multi-million dollar find for Fresno, California painter. Rick Norsigian bought two small boxes 10 years ago at a garage sale for $45. The boxes contained ... Read More »