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TimeScapes

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Say hello to the most epic time-lapse nature video ever

We're not shy about sharing our love for time-lapse videos around here, but this one stands head and shoulders above 99 percent of them. It's actually a trailer for an hour-long film, TimeScapes, shot by photographer Tom Lowe over two years throughout the American Southwest. Lowe took it to the next level by shooting in 4k resolution. To get a sense of how intensely detailed that is, regular old......read more

Cognition: Photos by Bence Bakonyi

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Images of tourists in the ancient, arid landscapes of northwestern China

Young Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi first came to our attention via his excellent Dignity series, a surrealistic exploration of self-identity captured in arid mountain landscapes. Cognition, his latest collection of images, picks up where the earlier series left off. The Shanghai-based photographer traveled to Dunhuang and Zhangye Danxia in northwestern China, along the Silk Road, where......read more

Blanca Vinas: Chemical Landscapes

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Double exposures, chemical treatements used to create psychedelic images on film

Spanish photographer Blanca Vinas treats film like a painter's canvas, using a variety of techniques to alter the images she shoots on Lomography devices. From double exposures and colour filters, to masks and chemical treatments, Blanca experiments with multiple methods to express different realities on film. "I started taking photographs when I discovered the possibility of the sensitive......read more

Ackerman & Gruber: Frozen

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Icy Minnesota landscape photos reveal the quiet stillness of winter

When husband-and-wife photo team Jenn Ackerman and Tim Gruber relocated to Minneapolis, they were correctly advised that the only way to deal with cold winters is to embrace them. Both heeded the advice; Tim started playing hockey and Jenn took up cross-country skiing. The pair even went a step further, pursuing a personal, medium format photo project about winter in Minnesota. The resulting......read more

Lou Reed: Romanticism

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Rock legend's final pubished photobook features stunning B&W images of sublime landscapes

Former Velvet Underground frontman Lou Reed, who passed away last week at the age of 71, is one of the most important figures in rock 'n roll history. You don't need us to tell you that, but you might not be aware that he is also a serious photographer, and it wouldn't be right if we didn't pay him tribute by posting some of his work. These selections are found in Romanticism, Reed's third book......read more

Ben Sandler: Badlands

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Half-factual, half-fantastical images of desert landscapes

Born in Israel, Ben Sandler spent some his formative years in a small town in the Arizona desert. Now based in Amsterdam where he works for Wieden + Kennedy, Sandler still has an "innate fascination with the surreal desert landscapes" outside Phoenix, which he explores in this mindmelting series of images. Badlands, a collaborative project between Sandler and Zeitguised, combines the former's......read more

An Autumn Escape in Canoe Bay, Wisconsin

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Tantalizing photos of a luxury retreat by Steve Niedorf

For the best in blazing fall colors and cozy sweater weather, the northern latitudes are where you want to be. Like Chetek, Wisconsin, where photographer Steve Niedorf traveled recently to capture Canoe Bay luxury resort in all its autumnal glory. The shoot covered everything from food (local-centric, with veggies and herbs grown on site) to interiors (Prairie Style). “As you make your way......read more

Unearthly Landscape Photos by Reuben Wu

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Liverpool photographer highlights hidden and forgotten places

Synth-pop fans might be familiar with Reuben Wu as a founding member of Ladytron, the Liverpudlian electro band named after the classic Roxy Music song. It turns out that Wu is also an accomplished photographer, with a defined aesthetic that could only be described as surreal. His work as a touring musician has afforded him access to places in the world that most of us will never see.  Wu......read more

The Square: Photos by Seokmin Ko

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Reflections of landscapes

In The Square, an ongoing project from Seokmin Ko, the Seoul-based artist explores landscape and/of the self, holding a square mirror in varied surroundings then photographing the results. Positioned just so, the mirror perfectly reflects the frame of road, field, or sea where it is centered. The only clue of the artist's presence are the hands gripping each side of the mirror. The......read more

Out in Nature with David Boyson Cooper

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Scottish photographer escapes the city to capture candid moments in the wilderness

David Boyson Cooper comes from the Shetland Islands, off of Scotland's north coast, a place that's chalk full of majestic landscapes (think craggy mountains and snow-covered plains wrapped in clouds). Now living in Glasgow, David regularly escapes the city to wilder areas like the ones where he spent his childhood. Joining him on these forays into nature are his friends and his camera, which he......read more

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