Photographer Turns Symphony Hall into the World’s Largest Darkroom – Photography Article

During this year’s STORY conference in Nashville, TN, photographer Blake Wylie did something really cool. He turned a massive symphony hall into what might be the world’s largest darkroom so that he could capture and develop a tintype portrait on-stage, in front of an audience of 1,400 people. The theme of this year’s conference was “liminal space,” and Wylie was one of several creatives who were invited to give presentations and speak in Nashville in September. In the past, he’s…

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Drone Captures Beautiful Footage by Flying Through Jungle Valley Waterfall – Photography Article

Spanish drone cinematographer Andres Aguilera Morillas recently visited Java, Indonesia, and captured some of the gorgeous footage by flying his drone through waterfalls in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Using a GoPro Hero7 attached to his first person view (FPV) drone, the 23-year-old filmmaker was able to successfully navigate a 200-meter deep canyon in the middle of the jungle, and capture the majestic Madakaripura Waterfall from a gorgeous new perspective. As he puts it in the video description, “This location…

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How the Amazing Photos in the ‘I Spy’ Books Were Captured – Photography Article

Did you ever dive into an I Spy book as a kid? These photo books were filled with incredibly detailed images that showed tens, sometimes hundreds of objects in a single shot, and challenged children to find specific items within those pictures. And each illustration was captured using real objects by photographer Walter Wick. In the behind the scenes video above, INSIDER interviewed Wick about his work, which continues to touch millions of lives. The I Spy and Can You…

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