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Tim Barber: Wildflower

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The quintessential summer shoot for Muse Magazine

We don't normally feature fashion photography around here but Tim Barber's work is far from your ordinary fashion stuff. For Wildflower, Muse Magazine sent the New York-based photographer and founder of Tiny Vices out to California with the lovely Aussie model Bambi Northwood-Blyth. The sun-soaked images are gathered in this quintessential summer fashion series, replete with blue skies, budding......read more

Matt Molloy: Smeared Sky

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Stacked time-lapse images create incredible painterly effect

From his home in Ontario, Canada, Matt Molloy takes sky photography to a whole new level of awesome. After shooting single-spot, time-lapse images of rural landscapes around his home, he stacks the images atop one another to create an amazing painterly effect. Each picture in his “Smeared Sky” series is a result of combining from 100 to 200 photographs. How many he uses depends on a......read more

SHFT Sampler 10-01-10

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Weekly links: A milk carton castle, Vancouver time-lapse amazingness, and the best chicken coop ever.

How do you break the world record for largest sculpture made of recycled materials? Get a bunch of kids to do the work for you! Inhabitat reports on 5,000 Spanish elementary kids collecting 50,000 containers to make a record-breaking castle of milk cartons. You've seen Simon Christen's stunningly epic time-lapse portrait of San Francisco. Now check out a similarly amazing video that......read more

Timothy Evans: Home

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Stunning shots from Down Under

Judging from his portfolio site, twenty-six year old Aussie photographer Timothy Evans spends a lot of time on the road. At his site, you'll find photographic evidence of jaunts to faraway places like Laos, Tanzania and Cuba. But here, we present an Evans series shot in and around his home on Australia's Gold Coast (an amazing place, if you haven't been, go), where he shows off a freewheeling......read more

Fireflies Shimmer in Long-Exposure Photos

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Magical time-lapse photography by Tsuneaki Hiramatsu

When digital photos look too good to be true, they usually are. That's the assumption, anyway. So when we first ran across these incredible images of fireflies sparkling in the Japanese night, we assumed they had been touched up by a heavy hand. Not so, apparently. The man behind the camera -- Tsuneaki Hiramatsu, a hobby photographer from Okayama City -- used long-exposure and time-lapse......read more

Slow Your Roll

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The GOOD (and ReadyMade) Guide to Slowing Down.

The one great irony of the digital age involves time. The more connected we are, the faster we can communicate and perform work tasks. So we should logically have more time to ourselves. In reality, the faster things get, the less time we have. We've become slaves to the very tools that, by doing things faster, promised to give us more "free" time. Well, it's time to take......read more

Tim Simmons: Scotland

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Supernatural photos of Scottish landscapes.

Browsing through Tim Simmons' vast photography portfolio, you'd think you were looking at photo stills of the most amazing sci-fi film never made. The UK photographer has an uncanny ability to make regular old Earth look like a far-away planet from Isaac Asimov's imagination. For twenty years, Simmons has been using studio still life techniques to illuminate night landscapes and create some of......read more

Tim Simmons: Urban Land Project

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Bi-coastal photo project brings a bit of nature to the urban environs of LA and Philadelphia

The latest exhibition of Tim Simmons' landscape photos (a selection of which we previously featured here) isn't in a gallery, or a museum, or anywhere indoors. It's outside, on dilapidated brick walls in Philly and ad billboards in LA. By infiltrating the photos of natural elements -- forests, rivers, rocks, snow -- into unlikely urban settings, Simmons hopes that viewers will be......read more

Interstate Sublime: Paintings by Timothy Tompkins

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California painter challenges traditional notions of landscape art

In the mid-19th century, a group of New York City landscape painters launched the first true American art movement. The artists of the Hudson River School, as they came to be known, were infused with Romantic notions about the sublimity of nature. Their rapturous, plein-air paintings of the "wilderness" to the north of the city came to symbolize American independence and vitality. In his 2005......read more

Michael Northrup’s Dream Away

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Unusual Images Of Everyday Intimacies

Making waves internationally is Baltimore photographer Michael Northrup’s newly released third photo book, Dream Away, a tender documentation of the journey of his former marriage and family life.  Spanning decades from the early ’70s to the ’90s, the 70-year-old’s latest publication gives proof that beauty and meaning are truly found in the......read more

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