Archived Articles from Photography & Video | Page 3
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.
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.
Spectral Stop-Motion Animations of Ghostly Paper Mansions
These haunting paper buildings are produced simply by folding the paper - millimeter-scale differences catch and reflect light and cast illusions.
Double Agent: Undercover Photographer & Guerilla Artist JR
Photographers are the subject of a medium-old question: does their work represent reality, or create new realities? This one undoubtedly does both in fantastic fashion.
Fine Art Photographer Brings Banksy's Street Art to Life
New Zealand native Linda Radosinska takes her photography to the streets in Exit Through the Thrift Shop, a stunning series of Banksy-inspired images.
Squint to See: Almost-Abstract Aerial Photography Series
Aerial photography takes on a whole new perspective in this enchanting series. Photographer Alex MacLean highlights the fascinating in the mundane.
Double Vision: 33 Examples of Multiple-Exposure Photography
When photographers intentionally capture more than one image per frame, surreal, complex layered images like these 33 eye-catching multiple exposures can result.
Robots of Brixton: A Short Dystopian Film by Factory Fifteen
Robot protagonists engage in an urban uprising in London's Brixton neighborhood in this short dystopian digital film by Factory Fifteen.
Brush with Death: Street Art Comes Alive (and Attacks!)
Great street art can seem to jump right off of the wall at you. In this short film from Corridor Digital, the art really does come to life...and it's not nice.
Sideways-Shooting Photographer Turns Worlds on End
Artist Philippe Ramette shifts the perspective of the world, eliminating silly things like gravity, in his incredible performance art photography.
RedBall Project Takes Interactive Urban Art on Tour
A huge inflatable red ball travels around the world, showing up in cities like Toronto and Abu Dhabi, squeezed into entryways and hovering above the street.