In the 19th century, interest in spiritualism and the occult was at an all time high and, with the invention and widening use of photography, many unscrupulous hoaxers took the opportunity to bilk these gullible fools out of their money by faking ghost pictures through double-exposure and other tricks that were not well known at the time. Here are some examples.
You’re not getting any younger, and there is so much world out there waiting to be explored…
Photographer Jason Wainwright has captured some beautiful and slightly terrifying images of the wonders of nature.
Photographer Jay Philbrick and his wife Vicki like to take their clients to Echo Lake State Park, New Hampshire, wher they then lower them down to a 350ft cliff below to take their wedding photos. Then, comes the really scary part… actually getting married!
Being a wildlife photographer takes a lot of time and patience, but it looks like it’s one of the most rewarding jobs in the world.
What you see… or rather what you DON’T see… can drastically affect the story a picture is telling!
Photographer Eric Paré has built much of his career around the concept of light painting, but a recent photo shoot he did involved a very different source of lighting: the bioluminescence of glowing plankton.
Photography has its milestones just like everything else, but we tend to overlook them because photography is how we view history to begin with. Well, now it’s time to give photographic history some due!
Usually when you take a picture, the lens snaps open for a fraction of a second and we call that the exposure. The longer the…
I’m hardly one to judge when it comes to professional photography, but… come on… really?