photojojo:


To make his “Diorama Maps,” Sohei Nishino shoots thousands of pictures from multiple vantages, which he painstakingly hand-prints, trims to size, and compiles into huge tableaux. 
Check out more of his work in A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennia.

via icphoto; The Pop-Up City

photojojo:

To make his “Diorama Maps,” Sohei Nishino shoots thousands of pictures from multiple vantages, which he painstakingly hand-prints, trims to size, and compiles into huge tableaux. 


Check out more of his work in A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennia.

via icphoto; The Pop-Up City

photojojo:

One Pro Photographer’s Best Tips for Freelancing

We asked photographer & Photojojo pal Helena Price for her best tips when it comes to living the freelance lifestyle.

She gathered up all the best resources, tips, and tools for staying on top of your photo game! Check ‘em out.

Photos by Helena

anythingphotography:

“Urban Exploration“, is an impressive photo series about urban architecture by Singapore-based photographer Jared Lim

photojojo:

You have to check out the Photostream of Flickr user Fiddle Oak, but before you do, take note that he’s only 14 years old!

On top of that, Zev has been shooting since the age of 8. You may notice he has a special eye for breathtaking portraits.

Imaginative Portraiture From 14-Year-Old Photographer

via Beautiful Decay

photojojo:

Using a home-made mixture of bioluminescent resin, Miya Ando meticulously coated a thousand leaves and floated them in a small pond. During the day, the coating absorbed light energy from the sun.

Once night arrived, each leaf could be seen emitting miraculous hues of blue and purple. 

Installation in Puerto Rico is Comprised of 1000 Bioluminescent Leaves

Photos by L. Young; via Over-think

photojojo:

We spotted these impressive double exposure portraits by Heitor Magno today and had to share them. Lucky for you, we’ve also got a DIY guide to playing with double-exposure.

These Double Exposure Portrats are a Must See for Inspiration

via I Need a Guide

photojojo:

Either Philip Barlow refuses to wear glasses or he’s just really good at painting out of focus scenes.

Wethinks the latter.

Out of Focus Paintings

via Liz Dalay on Pinterest; The Jealous Curator

photojojo:

Either Philip Barlow refuses to wear glasses or he’s just really good at painting out of focus scenes.

Wethinks the latter.

Out of Focus Paintings

via Liz Dalay on Pinterest; The Jealous Curator

(via theshelteredlife)
Still one of my favorite photos I’ve taken. 

(via theshelteredlife)

Still one of my favorite photos I’ve taken. 

ianbrooks:

A Year in Oddities by Brock Davis

2012 was a year, I think we can all agree on that. What precise type of year it was is kind of up to you, but was it a year in which you made things happen or one in which the things happened to you? Brilliant conceptualist and player with things of myriad types and scopes, Brock Davis spent 2012 taking countless photos of the things he made happen to other things: and those things were pretty damn sweet. Keep yourself updated with more things that Brock does over at his instagram.

Artist: Behance / Website / Tumblr

Via
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
photojojo:

Alejandro Kirchuk takes some of the most magical photos of fútbol we’ve ever seen.
You can find even more of his ongoing photo project about fútbol in Argentina at the link.
ADN Fútbol, a Photo Project on Fútbol in Argentina
via mpdrolet

photojojo:

Alejandro Kirchuk takes some of the most magical photos of fútbol we’ve ever seen.

You can find even more of his ongoing photo project about fútbol in Argentina at the link.

ADN Fútbol, a Photo Project on Fútbol in Argentina

via mpdrolet

photojojo:

So Kevin Day photographed the same tree over a period of 5 years! Check out his Flickr set and see how everything but the tree changes..

The Same Tree Photographed for 5 Years Straight

via Inspirezme

photojojo:

We’re not sure how it was shot, but this photo by Csaba Tökölyi is a masterpiece! 
via Phytos

photojojo:

We’re not sure how it was shot, but this photo by Csaba Tökölyi is a masterpiece! 

via Phytos

Canon EOS REBEL T3
This was the end of the road. More literal than figurative, but I found it ironic that there was a cemetery there. I personally am not a fan of going in to cemeteries (especially at night), because I find the idea of being buried odd. I’ve wanted to be cremated for as long as I can remember. 

This was the end of the road. More literal than figurative, but I found it ironic that there was a cemetery there. I personally am not a fan of going in to cemeteries (especially at night), because I find the idea of being buried odd. I’ve wanted to be cremated for as long as I can remember. 

Canon EOS REBEL T3
I found some glass bottle on the journey, and they are soon to be adorning our apartment once I get them cleaned up. I also really enjoy macro photography. 

I found some glass bottle on the journey, and they are soon to be adorning our apartment once I get them cleaned up. I also really enjoy macro photography.