German photographer Michel Lamoller created these fascinating collages that seem to show people melting into the landscape behind them.

Michel achieved the effect by layering multiple photos of the same location at different times. Check out the entire series below!

Portraits of People Melting Into Landscapes

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No more searching for wall outlets, bumming a charge cable off your buddy or being powerless in photogenic situations (ack! that’s the worst).

Grab the Jump Cable 2-in-1 backup battery and charge cord.

This cable does double duty by charging your phone at home from any outlet or USB port and then packing power for on-the-go battery boosts.

Learn More About the Jump Cable

Unlike the majority of public spaces, the beach is one of those spots where most people are comfortable bearing all.

In Comfort Zone, photographer Tadao Cern captures the moment when sunbathers have completely fallen asleep.

Humorous Portraits of Sleeping Sunbathers

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Buenos Aires-born photographer Alejandro Chaskielberg uses a rather unconventional source of light for his long exposure photos: the moon!

For the past two years, Alejandro has been photographing the vibrant culture of locals living in the Paraná River Delta in Argentina.

Long Exposure Photos Use Only Light From the Moon

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In the far reaches of Northern Greenland, the native Inuit people thrive in some of the harshest conditions imaginable.

Finnish photographer Tiina Itkonen spent nearly 20 years documenting their beautiful yet fragile way of life. Check out the series below!

Poignant Photos Document the Inuit’s Fragile Existence

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Berlin based artist Sarah Illenberger has a knack for giving everyday objects completely new meanings. 

In Tutti Frutti, Sarah transforms food from a market in Tuscany, Italy into delightfully witty sculptures. See the rest below! 

Everyday Food Items Given Completely New Meanings

via Everything With a Twist

Here at Photojojo we take the photography lifestyle very seriously. We live it, we breathe it, we even eat it.

Specifically, we eat these camera shaped cookies and we think you should too.

Get the Perfect Sugar Cookie Recipe for Baking Cam Cookies



It’s difficult to imagine New York City without the massive throngs of people, but that’s exactly what you’ll find in the work of photographer Duane Michals

Starting in the 1960s, Duane would roam the streets of New York City in the early hours of the morning when the bustling city was remarkably quiet. 

Photos Show a NYC Devoid of People

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While on his work-related travels across the globe, professional food photographer Henry Hargreaves has been maintaining a rather nifty side project.

Hargreaves collects and then photographs coffee shop to-go cups, posting them on his Tumblr and Instagram. 

Coffee Shop To-Go Cups From Across the World

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With the Digital Time Lapse Cam you can create time lapse videos of sunsets, parties or concerts at the push of a button! Skip the fancy intervalometers and whatnots and get straight to recording.

When you’re done shooting, your video is ready to go without complicated stitching.

See Sample Videos From the Digital Time Lapse Cam

Brian Nice is a world-renowned fashion photographer who suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2009, which left his vision erratic at best.

Using a plastic Holga camera to depict how he sees the world, Brian set out on a cross-country photography trip last September and has been blogging the entire way.

Recovering From a Traumatic Brain Injury Through Photography

via The New York Times

Interested in documentary photography or photojournalism?
As of today, MIT is offering their Documentary Photography and Photojournalism course for free through their online hub. Check it out below!
MIT Offers Photojournalism Class for Free Online
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Interested in documentary photography or photojournalism?

As of today, MIT is offering their Documentary Photography and Photojournalism course for free through their online hub. Check it out below!

MIT Offers Photojournalism Class for Free Online

via Peta Pixel

Sam Horine shoots stunning cityscapes that leave you with a sense of having traveled there with him.

We asked him all about his inspiration, his process and his favorite apps.

Read Our Interview with Sam Horine

 

Photographer Won Kim is a master of finding beauty in the most unremarkable places.

In his series Grids and Abstract City, Won carefully frames his photos to reveal mesmerizing patterns.

Beautiful Patterns Revealed in Mundane Places

via T Magazine

It seems like no matter how much we learn about healthy eating, there will always be a celebrity making the rounds for the next “magic diet.”

Photographer Dan Bannino compiled a bunch of celebrity fad diets into beautiful still life photos, which contrast their sometimes destructive nature.

Celebrity Fad Diets as Beautiful Still Life Photos

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