Coming in far cheaper than the branded proprietary Wi-Fi options, CamFi has been a pretty popular accessory. But now they’re back with the new and improved CamFi Pro, which boasts the fastest wireless transfer speeds of any such system. The new unit uses 5.8Ghz Wi-Fi in order to offer transfer speeds up to and potentially over […]
Recently I got to speak to Gilmar Smith. I have been following Gilmar’s work online for a while now and I love it. I wanted to share with you all the creativity and imagination she brings to her images. Gilmar describes herself as a self-taught photographer, Photoshop addict and a social media junkie specializing in […]
It was spring in the Northern hemisphere when this image was taken on May 21, 2017, by the HiRISE camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Over the winter, snow and ice have inexorably covered the dunes. Unlike on Earth, this snow and ice is carbon dioxide, better known to us as dry ice.
About two years ago, I used to go about my usual everyday life like most people do, not noticing all of the beauty around me. After I picked up a camera and started taking photos of my kids, I started to see the world in a whole new way. Once you start to see it, […]
Would you go to the end of the world to see a total eclipse of the Sun?
A new group show at Red Hook Labs in Brooklyn presents work from 25 emerging, international photographers who have one thing in common—they are unrepresented by a gallery or agency. The artists were selected from the Labs’ open call by jurors including representatives from Art+Commerce, Vogue Italia, Trunk Archive, I-D Magazine, Condé Nast and School […]
Everybody wants to have special photography of their wedding. Particularly the first kiss. Some people will spend a fortune finding and hiring just the right photographer. Somebody to create images they know they will love for decades. For Thailand based photographer, Keow Wee Loong, the right photographer was himself. You might remember Keow for similar shenanigans […]
If you take a left turn from the comfort of your usual photography sites and safe viewing places you might notice there is at them moment a wealth of darker delights for you to find. Images that shock, awe and downright creep you out. Horror photography seems to be having a little boost right now, […]
When imaged at infrared wavelengths that pierce the planet’s upper haze layer, the high-speed winds of Saturn’s atmosphere produce watercolor-like patterns.
For your viewing pleasure, we have gathered a ton of photos taken by YOU, our Photojojo pals, using our macro lenses and their phones. Yup. telephones. What a talented bunch you are! Take a look, then grab your own phone lenses in the shop. (…)Read the rest of Amazing Macros from Photojojo-ers Around the World […]
Can photography change the world? This is the question I often ask myself, and I am not the only one. I am still looking for an answer, but there are artists who are actively trying to change the world with their projects. They are trying to point out to the problems we are facing on […]