Category Archives: Photography

NASAs best photos of 2013

Some of these photos are really amazing. But the thing that caught my eye the most are von Karman vortices, which I did not know existed. See the rest here.  Tweet

Fiddleoak knows a thing or two about Photoshop

Fiddleoak clearly knows how to manipulate a photograph in Photoshop. But in these photos you almost thing the entire scene is an elaborate canvas painting. Click over here to see how he did it.Tweet

What landscape photos from 19th century America looked like

This images were taken by Timothy O'Sullivan and are believed to be the first ever photos taken of the Western United States.  A few images are below. Rest of the amazing ones here here at the DailyMail. Breathtaking landscape: A view across the Shoshone Falls, Snake […]

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iPhoneography: The Scottish Highlands

National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson shows us once again that the best camera is the one you have with you. In this album he ditches his SLR and captures the Scottish Highlands with an iPhone5 but you could hardly tell. See the post at National […]


My nephew starting to learn the ropes of photography. Tweet

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Amazing Timelapse Of Telescopes Examining The Night Sky

The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (AKSAP) is a grid of 36 12-meter antennas that are designed to work together as a single device, so as to capture information about large chunks of the sky at once. The grid went live this week. Its size […]

Practice makes perfect infographic

Reminder to myself, other artists. Via ZintroTweet

British Museum Hajj Exhibition

I was supposed to go to London last month and verify that one of my photos from the Minox in Mecca series was in fact on display at the British Museum's Hajj exhibition. The exhibition seems to be pretty popular. The Museum says there have […]

Skillshare class on Photography

Since November I've been teaching a Photography class in Chicago. I am using SkillShare as a platform to find students and coordinate the logistics of the class. In November I had exactly 0 students. In January I managed to pull in another 0 students. Finally something clicked in February […]