Photography

cody ellingham captures the nocturnal neon cityscape of bangkok in photography series

cody ellingham captures the nocturnal neon cityscape of bangkok in photography series

cody ellingham captures the city in cold hues, while neon reds and pinks bring a vivid yet eerie contrast to the photographs. The post cody ellingham captures the nocturnal neon cityscape of bangkok in photography series appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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7 hours ago, Design Boom, Photography

The photographers bringing a new focus to our world view at Unseen Amsterdam

The photographers bringing a new focus to our world view at Unseen Amsterdam

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3 weeks ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

Kodak’s making a grand comeback with this comprehensive smartphone photography kit!

Kodak’s making a grand comeback with this comprehensive smartphone photography kit!

Familiar within the photography circuit as one of the absolute biggest companies in film-camera photography, Kodak famously lost out on one of the largest opportunities to pivot to the digital format as the world was slowly moving away from purchasing camera reels and towards the now-ubiquitous SD cards....

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1 month ago, Yanko Design, Photography

photographer hal vacuum-seals families together with their homes

photographer hal vacuum-seals families together with their homes

an extreme, controlled, and ephemeral moment. The post photographer hal vacuum-seals families together with their homes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 month ago, Design Boom, Photography

photographer rui cardoso captures aires mateus’ new atelier in lisbon

photographer rui cardoso captures aires mateus’ new atelier in lisbon

the historical decor that clads the atelier's interiors, contrasts the white, geometric exteriors of the house. The post photographer rui cardoso captures aires mateus’ new atelier in lisbon appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 month ago, Design Boom, Photography

Shap chat: Daido Moriyama on how to be a street photographer

Shap chat: Daido Moriyama on how to be a street photographer

Today, it seems everyone is an apprentice in the art of snapshot photography. Our tool is a phone, and our agent is social media. Thanks to a new book published by Laurence King, we get the opportunity to learn from the master. Daido Moriyama: How I Take Photographs is filled with glimpses of wisdom...

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1 month ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

victoria lautman captures india’s subterranean stepwells in photography series

victoria lautman captures india’s subterranean stepwells in photography series

the stepwells were architectural wonders with a primary purpose of providing a daily water supply all year long. The post victoria lautman captures india’s subterranean stepwells in photography series appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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1 month ago, Design Boom, Photography

photographer metamorphoses shipping container into working camera

photographer metamorphoses shipping container into working camera

‘it’s basically the world’s biggest, slowest, and most impractical polaroid camera,’ comments brendan barry, the camera creator. The post photographer metamorphoses shipping container into working camera appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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2 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Tracy Cox Photography

Award-winning photographer Tracy Cox engaged The White Room to do a complete rebrand that included a new identity, print collateral and three promotional direct-mail brochures. Cox specializes in food photography for grocery retailers and advertising agencies in Canada and the U.S. Her clients include...

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2 months ago, Mindsparkle Mag, Photography

benedict redgrove launches NASA photography book with unseen spatial artifacts

benedict redgrove launches NASA photography book with unseen spatial artifacts

the result is a collection of intimate, finely-detailed images of objects from the past yet with a purpose and meaning for the future. The post benedict redgrove launches NASA photography book with unseen spatial artifacts appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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2 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Every photographer will love to get their hands on these products designed especially for them!

Every photographer will love to get their hands on these products designed especially for them!

Behind every good photograph is a photographer with his loved and trusted tools! Being married to a part-time photographer, I know there is no visible end to his to-buy list, and how would there be? Photography is an intricate and expensive craft, and although the advent of phone cameras has made capturing...

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2 months ago, Yanko Design, Photography

photographer felix loechner captures david chipperfield’s james simon galerie in berlin

photographer felix loechner captures david chipperfield’s james simon galerie in berlin

taken during its grand opening, the series offers a glimpse into how visitors engage with the new building on museum island. The post photographer felix loechner captures david chipperfield’s james simon galerie in berlin appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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3 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

alex lysakowski’s surreal photography captures impossible tetris-like architecture

alex lysakowski’s surreal photography captures impossible tetris-like architecture

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3 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

d1 architects transforms old vietnamese residence into photography studio home

d1 architects transforms old vietnamese residence into photography studio home

the house features a bold, red spiral staircase in the terrace and glass partition walls, striking against the surrounding buildings. The post d1 architects transforms old vietnamese residence into photography studio home appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

photographer romain jacquet-lagrèze turns hong kong street characters into poetry

photographer romain jacquet-lagrèze turns hong kong street characters into poetry

jacquet-lagrèze proposes stunning images and even a process through which a photographer might approach learning a foreign language. The post photographer romain jacquet-lagrèze turns hong kong street characters into poetry appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

How photography duo Coppi Barbieri mastered the art of the still life

Lucilla Barbieri and Fabrizio Coppi and first met in Milan at design school in the late 1980s, forming an alchemical partnership in work and in life. The husband and wife duo, now based in London, have since joined ranks with the most in demand commercial photographers working today. From interiors to...

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4 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

The sky’s the limit for the next generation of Foam Talent photographers

The sky’s the limit for the next generation of Foam Talent photographers

Gregory Eddi James photographed New York’s Twin Towers in the summer of 2001. It was a tourist shot, taken on a trip to the city. A few months later, the towers were gone, but the American artist was left with his picture. ‘It had a very profound effect on me and my understanding of images,’ he reflects....

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5 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

The dissolving mirages of photographer Jack Davison

The dissolving mirages of photographer Jack Davison

Jack Davison graduated from university in 2012. He worked for six months as a labourer on a building site near his parent’s home in rural Essex, and then, with the money banked, set out on that most time-honoured of photographic journeys. He flew to America and drove for 10,000 miles, from sea to shining...

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5 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

hasselblad heroines celebrates female photographers

hasselblad heroines celebrates female photographers

in an industry overflowing with men, a diverse selection of female photographers are spotlighted. The post hasselblad heroines celebrates female photographers appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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5 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Gucci spearheads a survey of Paolo Di Paolo’s photography

Gucci spearheads a survey of Paolo Di Paolo’s photography

As far as family secrets go, hoarding a vast photographic archive of mid-century Italian history is perhaps one of the most graceful. Imagine the surprise of Silvia Di Paolo when, some 20 years ago, she wandered into the cellar of her parents’ home in search of a pair of skis, only to find 250,000 negatives...

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5 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

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