Munich-based photographer Nick Frank is an absolute genius when it comes to transforming dull, ordinary buildings into fascinating images.

One of his latest projects involves a rather unusual shopping mall in Germany. Nick uses the building’s vibrant colors and myriad of shapes to create these delightfully minimalist photos.

Strange Shopping Mall is a Backdrop for Minimalist Photos

via The Jealous Curator

Alexander Gerst is one of the six lucky astronauts currently aboard the International Space Station.

When he’s not working as a geophysicist, Alexander has been documenting the incredible cloud formations swirling around the planet on his top-notch Flickr stream.

Astronaut Aboard I.S.S Snaps Stunning Photos of Cloud Formations

via Huh. Magazine

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Lights, camera, road trip!

We’ve got new goodies in the shop that are perfect for travel (around town, or around the world)! A new strap, ring light and our favorite tripod ever.

Three Traveltography Essentials

The words “insects” and “beautiful” are seldom used in the same sentence, but when viewed under an electron microscope, intricate patterns and complex shapes emerge on your average creepy crawler.

When he worked for a research lab several years back, David M. Phillips would come into work early and capture these remarkable images of insects with the in-house electron microscope.

The Surprising Beauty of Insects Under an Electron Microscope

via Slate

Horst P. Horst is one of most recognizable names in fashion photography, and for good reason! Horst pioneered a distinct style for fashion shoots in a pre-digital world.

The V&A Museum in London teamed up with the director of Horst’s estate and compiled a killer retrospective of this photographers prolific career.

V&A Museum’s Exhibition on Legendary Fashion Photog. Horst P. Horst

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Artist Ed Spence is doing some truly innovative things with his latest series of photographs.

Spence starts by photographing a piece of reflective paper. After printing the image, he slices it up into tiny “pixels” and organizes the bits by color.

Photos of Reflective Paper Sliced Into Pixels and Rearranged

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Before theaters were nationwide chains, every small town and bustling city had its own unique cinemas and theaters.

In an effort to chronicle these iconic American buildings, photographer Stefanie Klavens has been roaming the country documenting the ones that still remain.

Documenting the Iconic American Theaters That are Still Around

via This Isn’t Happiness

A word of warning: This series of portraits by South African photographer Anelia Loubser will have you peering at your screen from strange angles.

Anelia’s project, Alienation, is a collection of upside down black-and-white portraits that transform the human face into new, bizarre forms.

Transforming the Human Face by Photographing it Upside Down

via Cat in Water

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We’ve been working at 12x speed to bring you The Ultimate Guide to Hyperlapse.

It’s full of tips and inspiration for using Instagram’s fun new timelapse app.

Read the Guide, Then Try It Out!

 

Artist Jennifer Loeber came up with a heartwarming photographic tribute for her mother who recently passed away.

Her “Left Behind” series features vintage photos of her mother alongside some of her most prized possessions.

Artist Creates Photographic Tribute For her Late Mother

via Laughing Squid

Instagram just released its first app outside of Instagram itself, and the early verdict suggests “Hyperlapse” is pretty incredible.
Hyperlapse is essentially a time-lapse video app that packs some innovative image stabilization features, making video playback gorgeous and silky smooth.
Instagram Releases Killer Time-Lapse Video App
via Reddit

Instagram just released its first app outside of Instagram itself, and the early verdict suggests “Hyperlapse” is pretty incredible.

Hyperlapse is essentially a time-lapse video app that packs some innovative image stabilization features, making video playback gorgeous and silky smooth.

Instagram Releases Killer Time-Lapse Video App

via Reddit

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Today is national dog day, and GoPro is celebrating with a product launch that’s going to take your pup’s creativity to the next level.

The Fetch is an innovative dog harness that includes a mount for your GoPro, allowing your precious pug to capture some sweet shots of his own.

GoPro Introduces Camera Harness For Your Dog

via Entrepreneur

Though they pack one of the deadliest stings in the ocean, if you can get close enough, you’ll find that the Portuguese Man-of-War jellyfish is also one of the most beautiful creatures alive.

For the past two years, retired U.S. Navy photographer Aaron Ansarov has been capturing stunning photos of man-of-wars along a local Florida beach.

Photographer Gets Up Close and Personal With Deadly Jellyfish

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Have you ever seen a gorilla drop a phone? We haven’t either!

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