John William Keedy pays close attention to how people use the word “normal.” That’s because he’s often felt like he doesn’t fit into the standard definition due to an anxiety disorder he was diagnosed with nine years ago. That experience gave him a springboard for It’s Hardly Noticeable, a wide-reaching photo exploration of thoughts and behaviors that fall outside the norm…
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As part of an ongoing exploration of high speed photography, Jon Smith has been filling standard incandescent light bulbs with various objects, liquids, aNd other substances before causing them to explode in front of his camera. The result is a technicolor of carefully layered colors and patterns.
ART: “Tultepec” - A Photo Series by Thomas Prior
New York based photographer Thomas Prior is slowly becoming one of our favorites! Amazed to discover there were no good photographs of the annual National Pyrotechnic Festival in Mexico, he set off on a trip to document it at the next possible opportunity.
Caltrain, San Francisco.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting Aaron Durand. I’ve been following Aaron’s beautiful photography on Tumblr for some time and discovered that he also works at Twitter. So last night we went out with my friend Nick Bilton (who introduced us and is also an awesome photographer). Aaron taught me how to take photographs of trains at night with long exposures like this one (24 seconds). It was really cool to learn something new, in a fun environment while making new friends along the way.