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Photography is more than merely capturing a still image - the still-shot photographers featured here will amaze you with mind-bending and world-inverting techniques from glamorous HDR to dark ultraviolet and tools ranging from trash-can cams to pinhole cameras, while the urban cinematographers in this section can twist and warp reality in motion.
Visualization Vids: Moving Data Make Marvelous Movies
Data doesn't have to be boring. These amazing videos let you visualize a wide variety of information, all in the most delightful ways possible.
World-Warping Photography Bends, Twists & Tears Reality
This series of photographs gives us an idea of what it might be like to live in a world that is much easier to manipulate as the characters rip + bend away.
Camouflage Posters Turn 3D Reality into 2D Illusions
Three-dimensional reality wrinkles and folds when photographic posters of scenes are placed on top of the actual scenes in a form of urban camouflage.
San Francisco Past & Present: Blended Images from 1906 and 2012
It's amazing to see just how far San Francisco has come since the 1906 earthquake in these incredible composite images of past and present by Shawn Clover.
Rainbow Realities: 18 Everyday Objects Organized by Color
There is something inherently magical about rainbows, whether we see them in the sky or at home on our bookshelves.
21st Century Tintypes: Incredible Old-Fashioned Photography
Photographer Michael Shindler revived the nearly-dead art of tintypes, taking high-definition portraits of thousands of subjects in his San Francisco studio.
Crowd Control: Cool Time Lapse Shows How People Gather
As an urban crowd gathers for an annual fireworks show, the individuals become part of a fantastically vibrant living portrait.
PopSpots: NYC Album Cover Locations, Now and Then
The exact locations where iconic album cover photographs were taken, like Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited, are tracked down in this series of transposed ...
The Answer to Sky-High Housing Prices: Houses in the Sky
A French photographer uproots houses from their terrestrial origins and sets them aloft to float with the birds and the clouds.
Prickly Portraits: The Photobooth Triggered By Screams
Photographs are, for the most part, artificial images of people at their best. This unique photo booth shows an entirely different side of its subjects.