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Secret Cities: Capturing Hidden Abandoned Places on Film

Just beyond all of the noise and activity of daily urban life is a secret world of forgotten spaces which are nearly always dank and dusty, but often ...

The Fabric of Guilt: Photorealistic Woven Textile Mug Shots

The cringeworthy moment at which one’s accused guilt is captured forever (and often disseminated on the internet) results in a telling portrait of the ...

Real Street Photographer Documents Virtual Life in GTA V

Advanced artificial characters and enhanced in-game graphics have increasingly made in-game worlds look and feel like real-life places. It was only a matter of ...

Fine Art of Architecture: B&W Photography by Joel Tjintjelaar

Highly refined yet ever-evolving, the work of this photographer started with portraiture, moved through landscapes and seascapes, and has for a time now ...

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Street Art, Decades Apart: 40 Then & Now Graffiti Photos

We tend to notice as buildings come and go, skylines change and grow with planning and oversight, but what about the spray-painted wall art the adorns the ...

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4-Dimensional Photography: Artistic Time-Lapse Collages

Motion pictures aside, the nature of photographic representation implies freezing space in time – a moment captured and preserved, independent of what ...

Destroyed Cathedral: Rare Photos Offer Glimpse Into WWI

Seen from the eyes of a German officer, these dramatic photos depict the St. Quentin Cathedral in northern France, which was almost completely destroyed during ...

A Closer Look: Super-Simple Macro Lens for Smartphones

Taking photos on our mobile phones has become a daily activity for a lot of us, but getting really high-quality pictures usually requires some kind of clunky ...

Animal House: Woodland Creatures Adopt Deserted Cabins

These interior photos by Kai Fagerström depict wild forest inhabitants who have made derelict human-owned dwellings their own – domestic ...

15-Year Photo Project: Construction of a 150-Year Bridge

A photography project well over a decade in the making, these images by Joseph Blum show the human side and vast scale of construction behind the ...

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