Tag: photography

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Subway passengers captured like 16th century paintings

If you ride the subway to work or school, you probably encounter different types of people. Some of those people are tourists who don’t speak very good english (although some people who speak english don’t do it well either). Then there’s that whisper-fighting couple where you catch every fifth word of their heated argument. And then there’s the guy who brings his bike, and that co-worker you really don’t want to talk to.Continue Reading..

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Mar

Swiss movement watches inspired by camera design

After 200 years of popularity, the wrist watch is slowly dying out because of smartphone technology. However, just because their being used less, doesn’t mean that there aren’t still some beautiful designs out there. If you’re a photographer, then you might enjoy these watches that combine the design elements of classic film and modern digital cameras.Continue Reading..

26
Dec

Photographer captures Lake Erie's beauty

Dave Sandford is a professional sports photographer from London, Ontario. For nearly twenty years he’s been capturing people’s reactions during great sporting moments, but now he’s pointing his lens in a different direction. He took some time to spend two to three days a week, over a four week span, capturing the raw power and force of one of Canada’s Great Lakes.Continue Reading..

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