Wonderful little video about Sir Elton John’s Photography Collection.
Yes. One is a million dollar photo of a seashell.
From far away Czech artist Jakub Geltner's works appear as flocks of birds, seagulls and pigeons gathered on clusters of rocks or resting just beneath a busy overpass. When one looks closer however they realize the groupings are not perched birds, but rather surveillance cameras and satelli
This speech is amazing and worth watching. Robert Deniro gives an amazing speech to NYU Tisch arts graduates.
When Salem, Oregon-based designer and photographer Christopher Marley was a child, he frolicked across the countryside in search of scampering reptiles and scurrying feet that dove in and out of sight with the blink of an eye. With the passage of years, his affection for the earth and its many inhabitants has deepened, his eye for natural beauty sharpened in his adulthood. Today, his studio is packed full with specimens, mounted and frozen, small and large, vertebrate and invertebrate, animate and inanimate. With Biophilia, Marley expresses his ardor for the wilderness by presenting and photographing these organisms in ways that highlight the brilliance of their design, their lines, color, and form.
Here are some of the most interesting links in photography for December 11th 2014. As always, I update the links throughout the day so check back later for more.
Watch the rad folks at Photojojo wrap presents today
Adam Rabinowitz gets random people on the street to pose in a tiger suit!
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Behance: A Year in Review
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2014: The Year in Photos, September-December