Beyond Here Jeff Friesen
“The project started by accident on a still January evening. I was packing up my camera equipment after a cold day working alongside the Atlantic Ocean for the Granite Barrens series. My concentration was spent. It was a relief to simply watch the ocean for a few minutes before hiking back to the car. Feeling light, I unpacked the camera and took a few frames of the sea without using a tripod. Before long a certain giddiness blew in on the winter wind. I began taking long exposures while panning from side, then while walking forwards and backwards. I took unfocused photos, underexposed photos, and overexposed photos. It was a complete abandonment of traditional landscape photography methods and a glorious waste of film.”
Julia Nobis, 2012 by Collier Schorr
El caleidoscópico paraíso de Raphael Hauber‘s Spring/Summer 2013. Más de su trabajo, aquí > http://www.raphaelhauber.com/
Who knew that even robots took selfies?! What you’re looking at is a composite self portrait of the Curiosity Mars Rover!
The photograph is a mosaic of over 55 individual shots, and the operators will use it to make sure the rover hasn’t sustained any damage!
via DP Review