Going back to using the wet plate process in photography may…

Going back to using the wet plate process in photography may sound like the equivalent of ditching your car for a horse and buggy, but photographer Ian Ruhter things the technique still has something to offer. 

Over the past several years, Ian traveled to the American Southwest and took a series of monumental photos of the iconic landscape. 

The Iconic American Southwest Captured Through Wet Place Collodion

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Using cardboard and other recycled materials, from egg cartons…

Using cardboard and other recycled materials, from egg cartons to hair curlers, photographer David LaChapelle builds these incredible detailed models of oil and gas refineries. 

With the help of some clever lighting, David captures the models in a way that makes them look remarkably realistic. 

Photos of Remarkably Detailed Models of Oil Refineries 

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Using open fields as his canvas, Stan Herd creates these…

Using open fields as his canvas, Stan Herd creates these monumental “earthworks” that are only visible from the sky. 

His latest incredible composition is a rendition of Van Gogh’s famous painting, Olive Trees

Creating Monumental Artworks That Can Only be Seen From Above

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Using nothing but everyday ingredients you’d find in your own…

Using nothing but everyday ingredients you’d find in your own kitchen, Adrian Mueller transforms them with a macro lens into these gorgeous abstract images.

You don’t need a pricey camera to take macro photos of your own. Our Phone Lenses let you grab stunning closeups with your smartphone! 

Everyday Foods Transformed Into Abstract Images With a Macro Lens

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Whether you’re traveling or simply using a friend’s…

Whether you’re traveling or simply using a friend’s computer, if you need to edit some photos, being away from your editor of choice is a hassle.

While it’s not a perfect fix, Polarr is a free, web-based photo editor that uses a familiar layout that’s similar to Lightroom and Photoshop.

Need to Edit Photos Away From Your Home Computer? Try This

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