Tag Archives: Photography

Books Are The Muse

Over the years, I’ve been intrigued by the renowned photographer Mary Ellen Bartley’s use of books and libraries in her work. Bartley is known for her photographs exploring the tactile and formal qualities of the printed book, and its potential … Continue reading

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You have to see this place

Two years ago, former journalist David F. Gallagher launched a clever Kickstarter project that was recently completed and posted online. He solicited backers to designate a geographic location anywhere in the world by address or latitude/longitude and promised to send … Continue reading

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Then & Now

We’ve all seen lots of websites featuring “then & now” photo mashups—I’ve even posted a  few here on TBTP. Now a handy app called Timera 2 allows users to create their own composite photographs right on their smartphones. The secret … Continue reading

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New York Noir

Geoff Tompkinson is an award-winning photographer, filmmaker and videographer who specializes in timelapse and hyperlapse videos. He has created stunning films in locals as diverse as Istanbul, Venice and the U.S.. His newest work is a stylish video called “New … Continue reading

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Paris Unfolding Self

Gabriel Aguirre was born in Mexico, educated in the United States, and lives in Paris. He’s an IT profession by trade, but a highly skilled photographer, too. His wonderful series—Dépliage Du Soi, or Unfolding Self—is a thought-provoking riff on identity … Continue reading

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Silence In The Library

French photographer Jean-François Rauzier has been producing fantastic photos for four decades. In recent years, he has been creating astonishing images that consist of hundreds of shots assembled by computer into mind-blowing single images. These surreal images, created with Rauzier’s … Continue reading

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Traveling Photographer

This ingenuous short documentary by Max Monty is entitled “A Traveling Photographer”. The film documents the unpretentious, but often poignant work that photographer Kevin Russ creates on his wanderings through the U.S. west and in Mexico. Russ’ pared down technique … Continue reading

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Life’s a Beach

Shooting from open helicopters, Hollywood-based photographer Gray Malin has been documenting beaches around the globe, from Miami Beach to Rio and from Europe to Australia. Seen from above, a crowded beach or hotel pool becomes a blank canvas that allows … Continue reading

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Photographers: Know Your Rights

Actor/activist Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the Gregory Brothers and the ACLU have produced an entertaining and informative little video , with the assistance of the animated ghost of Benjamin Franklin, to inform photographers about their legal rights. This timely film applies to … Continue reading

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Eye of America

For his audacious new project, Vanishing Cultures, Chicago photographer Dennis Manarchy is traveling around the United States creating astonishing, one-of-a-kind portraits of Americans who represent the vanishing cultures of the nation. Manarchy has created an amazing 35-foot-long camera called “Eye … Continue reading

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