There a ton of trash lying around, and Boston-based editorial photographer Bruce Peterson decided to put it to good use.

In his series of black and white still lifes entitled Rubbish, Bruce turns garbage he finds on the streets into wonderfully minimalist photographs.

Rubbish Turned Into Black and White, Minimalist Photographs

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Your camera roll is probably packed with wonderful memories, but what if you could turn those moments into animations with a simple app?

GiFmojo does exactly that, allowing you to take images directly from your camera roll and convert them into animated gifs. At the moment it’s an iOS exclusive, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed for an Android version!

iOS Exclusive: Turn Images From Your Camera Roll Into Gifs

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In March of 2011, a monumental tsunami battered the coast of Japan, crippling a nuclear reactor and causing an environmental disaster.

Though it’s nearly impossible to access the site, TIME was able to send photographer Dominic Nahr to document what’s currently going on at one of the world’s most secretive, environmental tragedies.

A Peek Inside Fukushima’s Crippled Nuclear Reactors

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Charlotta María Hauksdóttir wanted to use her craft of photography to show how families are intimately linked to the homes they inhabit.

In her series of photos entitled Moments, Charlotta set up her camera in the corner of a family room and snapped photos in regular intervals. Afterwards, she combined the images into these lovely composite photos.

Photo Series Documents the Moments Families Share at Home

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Get the amazing lens that made bokeh history!

The 1840’s Petzval lens has been modernized to fit your DSLR!

The fun old-fashioned focus and aperture give your portraits amazing blur and swirl effects.

Learn More about the Petzval Lens

Most cameras these days pack a 360-degree panorama feature, but finding a decent app that will do the same on your smartphone can be tricky.
Recently, Google released its own for iOS and Android called Photo Sphere, which even allows you to upload your panoramas to Google Street View.
Google Releases Its Own 360-Degree Panorama App
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Most cameras these days pack a 360-degree panorama feature, but finding a decent app that will do the same on your smartphone can be tricky.

Recently, Google released its own for iOS and Android called Photo Sphere, which even allows you to upload your panoramas to Google Street View.

Google Releases Its Own 360-Degree Panorama App

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When you’re shooting out of the end of a water slide, the first thing on your mind is not how you look to people watching nearby. In fact, you’re probably more concerned with where your swimsuit is.

In her series “I Love Summer,” photographer Krista Long captures that wonderful moment when people are jettisoned from the end of a water slide.

Capturing The Exact Moment When You Exit a Water Slide

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The fine folks at Boomf printed some of the photos from the Photojojo Instagram feed on MARSHMALLOWS!
Photos + Mallows. Does life get any sweeter?
Print Your Photos Onto Yummies

The fine folks at Boomf printed some of the photos from the Photojojo Instagram feed on MARSHMALLOWS!

Photos + Mallows. Does life get any sweeter?

Print Your Photos Onto Yummies

If you weren’t already convinced of the benefits of sunscreen, just wait until after this video!

In “How the Sun Sees You,” Artist Thomas Leveritt set up a UV camera and filmed passersby in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.

Artist Films Random People with UV Camera in Brooklyn

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Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan took some extreme close ups of various animals’ eyes, and the results are stunning.

Using a macro lens, Suren reveals intricate textures and a myriad of colors in the eyes of everything from guinea pigs to amazonian pythons.

Stunning Macro Photos of Animals’ Eyes

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Lensbaby’s latest creation gives you all the drama & mood of a sweet spot lens … for your phone!

Attach the lens to your phone with the built-in magnet, use the app to find the sweet spot and the rest will become a beautiful blur.

Meet the Lensbaby LM-10

 

From the Photojojo archives: Make photos from plants + sunshine!
This photo was made using spinach. Popeye would approve.
Learn to Make Anthrotypes

From the Photojojo archives: Make photos from plants + sunshine!

This photo was made using spinach. Popeye would approve.

Learn to Make Anthrotypes

DIY pinhole cameras are a dime a dozen, but rarely are they as well thought out and elegant as the VIDDY currently being funded on Kickstarter.

The VIDDY comes in 35mm and medium format editions, along with a handy app to help you with exposure times.

This Could Be the Best DIY Pinhole Camera Yet

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We put one last set of workcation pix on Exposure!

We just had so much fun, we can’t stop sharing.

Check Out More Photos from Our Day at a Cloud Forest

Along the Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong, people from across the country of China flock to take selfies with the city’s soaring skyline in the background.

Photographers Luisa Dörr and Navin Kala documented the fascinating and distinctly modern phenomenon in their latest series, The Self Promenade.