Enjoy these wonderful images. And all you amatuer photographers should read her insightful tips on photographing buildings and their details.
Art is all around us. Sometimes we use our cameras to create art from what we see instead of merely capturing moments. Here are a few suggestions to help you see the art in architecture the next time you head out to shoot it. Put your camera down Too many times we get caught up […]
via Shooting and Seeing Art in Architecture — Photofocus
Alex Andreev creates 3D digital paintings for use as landscapes in virtual reality. His unique style has an eerie realism that’s not quite… real. Normal items are places in quite abnormal settings.
Don your VR headset and turn up the music.
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Do you love to look at exploded views?
So does Todd McLellan. The Toronto-based photographer disassembles common household objects and arranges all the parts neatly to photographs them. Then he “explodes” them into the air. These images capture the minutiae in a truly exploding view.
A toaster, a lawn mower, a Blackberry– they all give up their assembled state for this exhibit of technology in the buff.
Things Come Apart is on display through May 19, 2013 at the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry.