A brand new lens from Sony with 30x zoom… for your phone!

The QX30 is the whole package, with zoom, a built in flash and video capabilities. Snap pics on the go and have them immediately on your phone for sharing and editing!

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It’s difficult to imagine a world without smartphones, social media, and technology in general. But even with all of this tech, remnants of an older world are all around us, a phenomenon that’s particularly felt in Tokyo.

Photographer Matthew Pillsbury traveled to the capital of Japan to capture this fascinating arrangement, where ancient temples sit side-by-side with tech superstores and restaurants staffed by robots.

The Old World Meets Technology in Long Exposure Photos of Tokyo

via Slate

Enjoying Mother Nature this weekend?

Snap pix of the fall leaves (and send them to your friends in California to make them jealous). :]

But first, read …

Our Crunchiest Guide to Photographing Fall Foliage


 

Enjoying Mother Nature this weekend?

Snap pix of the fall leaves (and send them to your friends in California to make them jealous). :]

But first, read …

Our Crunchiest Guide to Photographing Fall Foliage

 

If you’ve ever found yourself gazing into Brooklyn’s Gowanus canal, you’re well aware of the fact that it’s not exactly the most pristine waterway.

Among the sludge and floating trash, photographer William Miller created these surprisingly beautiful photos of the polluted canal.

Beautiful Photographs Taken in One of NYC’s Most Polluted Canals

Cat photos have a special talent for dominating the internet, but in most cases, it’s those two adorable eyes that reel you in.

Street photographer Arne Svenson took a different approach with his portraits of stray cats. In spite of their cuteness, cats can be incredibly aloof, so Arne photographs them with their heads turned away from the camera.

Street Photographer Captures the Aloofness of Cats

via Pro Photo Daily

Don’t miss a photo, just cuz your camera roll is full. 

The Carousel app (for iOS and Android) stores your photos in the cloud, but they’re still accessible anytime!

Learn to Give Your Phone (almost) Infinite Storage

Don’t miss a photo, just cuz your camera roll is full.

The Carousel app (for iOS and Android) stores your photos in the cloud, but they’re still accessible anytime!

Learn to Give Your Phone (almost) Infinite Storage

Light is obviously a critical element of photography, but what if you made light the central subject of your photos?

Alexander Harding’s Visible Light series explores that question, with each photo using light in remarkably beautiful ways.

Using Light as The Primary Subject in Photos

via Colossal

While they appear to be nothing but stunning aerial landscapes, Colin Finlay’s photographs actually highlight areas around the world where the environment is in awful shape.

Since the scope of the issue is so hard to grasp, Colin’s approach is to use the massive scale of aerial photography to put the problem into perspective.

In These Gorgeous Aerial Photos, There’s More Than Meets The Eye

via Wired Raw File

Taking a single large format photograph on its own is no easy task, so you can imagine how time-consuming it is to merge dozens of large format photos of the same scene.

Wolfgang Hildebrand did exactly that. He captured the same scene at different times of the day and combined the images into a single composite photo.

Combining Dozens of Large Format Photos of the Same Scene

via Faith is Torment

We’ve teamed with Skillshare (<- super cool folks) to bring you the ultimate photography sweepstakes! 

Enter for a chance to win a photography package containing an iPhone 6 Plus, Skillshare classes and Photojojo gear.

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We’ve teamed with Skillshare (<- super cool folks) to bring you the ultimate photography sweepstakes!

Enter for a chance to win a photography package containing an iPhone 6 Plus, Skillshare classes and Photojojo gear.

Learn More or Enter Over Here

Since 2004, photographer Rachel Sussman has been working with biologists to track down the oldest living things in the world.

With a youthful benchmark of 2,000 years or older, Sussman traveled to every corner of the globe and captured “portraits” of these magnificent organisms.

Photographer Scours the Planet For the Oldest Living Organisms

via The New Yorker

Face it, your bag is a disaster zone…

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Since drones for the average consumer have only been out for a few years, there’s tons of thrilling experiments being done by creatives from across the globe.

Austria-based collective Ars Electronica recently used a swarm of LED-equipped quadcopters to do real-time light painting.

Swarm of Quadcopters Used For Real-Time Light Painting

via Beautiful Decay

Can you imagine a portrait series where you pretend to be a part of a family you’re not? It’s exactly the idea behind Czech photographer Dita Pepe's latest series.

In Self Portraits With Men, Dita uses photography to imagine how different her life would be if she’d chosen various partners.

Self-Portrait Series Imagines Life With Dozens of Different Partners

via Feature Shoot

How does one bridge the techniques of weaving and photography? Just ask artist David Samuel Stern.

For his Woven Portraits series, David takes multiple photos of a subject. Afterwards, he slices the photos into strips and weaves them back together.

Photographer Weaves Portraits of His Subjects

via Feature Shoot