After showing you a fake Flickr web site for Yann Arthus-Bertrand, here is his true web site on Pikeo.com: Yann Arthus-Bertrand While we’re at that, let’s point you to the latest effort from Yann Arthus-Bertrand: a layer for Google Earth, that allows you to find his photos from “Earth from Above” on the map by… Read More
A beautiful WWW is publishing views of Wikipedia where one image sums it up. This map is generated using information about each article (edit activity, links, etc.) The latest graph was done for the Science-related articles.
Greg Scott is really an impressive wild life photographer. His images of hummingbirds are simply astounding: clear, detailed, nicely framed and showing the bird in the most surprising positions. I bow to this master! Sources: Greg Scott photo gallery, Greg Scott web site.
The Hirise exploration vessel from NASA arrived near planet MArs last September. Able to shoot photos from the red planet at an amazing resolution (around 1 meter per pixel), Hirise sends us back some really astounding images. Some of them bring the memory of the great images of Y.Arthus-Bertrand in his Earth seen from the… Read More
NASA finally decided to publish high-resolution scans of all the photos taken by the Lunar Apollo expeditions in the 60’s and 70’s. A huge publication work but that is welcome remembering the enormous successes and horrendous claims that accompany them.
The famous photographer of “Earth seen from the Sky” now has a page on Flickr. What is happening here? While he is still very attentive to the management of his photographer’s rights and of his fame, Yann Arthus Bertrand would have fallen into a liberated open publishing media? Of course, not. This is just an… Read More
About a month ago, I was invited by a friend to a music workshop where he is participating in the Cultural center of the Gazometro in Porto Alegre (Brazil). I had brought my digital camera et here are some of the images produced then despite the awfully limited light. Note: Just click on the thumbnails… Read More
Year after year, there are a few photo images that wrote History. LukeProg found 52 of them. The choice is always subjective, but most of them really hit the public.
Martin Forget has a photographic eye I envy. His animal and natural wildlife photos are simply delicious, vivid, surprising like this one: You will certainnly want to stop by his web site. But if you only have a minute, I invite you to a shortcut to his images on photo.net and you will see that… Read More
You should visit the web site of Dave Anastasi (East3rd): He is publishing quite regularly his own photos. They are mostly abstract and colourful like this one: I even subscribed to his RSS feed to be sure to receive all of these photos as soon as they are available. A refreshing sight, a surprise per… Read More
We knew already all about Darth Vador youth. But his private life was staying out of reach of even the most courageous paparazzis. This is no longer the case, thanks to Esteban Diacono.
After a previous hommage to the classic form of spiral, I wanted to honor stripes. They easily provide a nice basis for photographic composition (often bordering on optical illusion) and they are an excellent inspiration for the abstract artist hidden in most photographer’s hearts. by brokenchopstick by Eggz by darkmatter by s2art by miskan by… Read More
I love the photographic work of Irene Mueller because even on simple subjects she can bring the little variety, a little more than the rest. For example, color to liquid droplets:
Tyler Nixon offers a marvellous world of images that floats slightly above the ground in a dream-like manner that will touch your heart.