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Joni Sternbach: Surfland

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Civil War-era photo technology used to create dreamy surfer pics

New York-based photographer Joni Sternbach specializes in the wet plate collodion photographic technique originally used during the American Civil War. The process requires a portable darkroom, since the wet plates have to be exposed and developed within about 10 minutes. In her amazing SurfLand series, Sternbach captures portraits of surfers from New York to Australia. The juxtaposition of......read more

Alternatives for Obama's Climate Change Program

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There's more to climate action than emissions regulations, author Amy Larkin argues

To we green-minded types, President Obama's emphatic inaugural address statements on climate change were welcomed with open ears. Looking ahead, most analysts predict that the EPA will flex its regulatory muscle to stem emissions, and others see the distinct possibility of Obama using executive power to install a cap-and-trade system for power plants. In a new HuffPo article, Amy Larkin, author......read more

Thailand on Film by Varunyoo Thongdee

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Dreamy analog images of southeast Asia

In the hot, sticky climate of southeast Asia, time slows down to a torpid pace. There's not much you want to do beside find some shade and chill out. Thai photographer Varunyoo Thongdee captures the mood nicely in the analog images he shoots in his homeland. With various western female travelers acting acting as his as muses, Varunyoo shoots dreamy photos of languid moments in the tropical heat.......read more

Dreamy Desert Photos by Alfredo de Stefano

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Conceptual photographer mixes natural and manmade elements to explore humanity's effect on the planet

"Deserts thrill us because they show us nature before man. They also show us what the world could be like after man has disappeared." - Théodore Monod Alfredo De Stefano is obsessed with deserts. Over the last several years, the contemporary Mexican photographer has visited arid landscapes all over the globe to create ethereal images that address the natural environment's elemental......read more

Dreamy Travel Photography by Joe Nigel Coleman

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Beautiful shots on film from the young Australian photographer

This small selection of Flickr finds from 25 year-old Australian photographer Joe Nigel Coleman has us yearning to hit the road on a summer journey. Based in London, Coleman seemingly travels endlessly, capturing gorgeous images of his friends and moments in nature along the way. "I’ve spent the majority of the last five years exploring the world, living out of a backpack," he says.......read more

Road Tripping with Ana Cabaleiro

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Dreamy travel photos show off the beautiful quirks of film

If film photography is a dying format, you wouldn't know it from its growing legion of devotees, who, like vinyl enthusiasts, favor analog's quirks and imperfections over the cool precision of digital tech. The visual appeal of film is on full display in these dreamy travel pics from Spanish photographer Ana Cabaleiro.  "I just love how [film] looks," she said. "The amazing colors......read more

Photos by Ryan Kenny

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Dreamy shots from next-generation Aussie photographer

Adelaide-based photographer Ryan Kenny has only been shooting photos seriously for a couple years, but his trademark fuzzed-out aesthetic has already landed him high-profile magazine gigs for i-D, Oyster and Fallen, among others. His portfolio is packed with photos of young, beautiful people living out the carefree fantasies of youth. On his inspiration, Ryan says: "Life......read more

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