Some weeds and a moonrise.
For photographers looking to capture the hustle and bustle of a modern metropolis, New York City stands as a top destination.
In an effort to gain a new perspective on this heavily photographed city, Tom Olesnevich decided to strap his camera to the back wheel of his bike.
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The only thing missing: 35mm gift bows.
Here’s our how-to on prettying up your gifts with 35mm film!
Caleb Charland doesn’t use your average lighting set up for his photographs. Instead, he harnesses the power within fruits, vegetables, and other foods.
His latest project was powered by a single orange, which used iron nails to conduct the electricity. The photo above required a 14 hour exposure!
Deberias aprender a ver la diferencia entr los sueños… y la realidad.
I almost left NYCC without stopping by Yale Stewart’s table, but luckily, I was reminded to run back to Artist Alley after spotting someone with a JL8 Batman print on Sunday afternoon. I got a JL8 pin set, along with a free sketch of little Batman. Thanks Yale!