Google uses generative AI to turn your selfies into iconic works of art

Jan 30, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

Remember Art Selfie, the fun and sometimes hilarious Google Arts & Culture feature that lets you find your doppelgangers across art history? Google now brings…

Ever saw a camera sliced like an onion? The work of Fabian Oefner

Jan 28, 2024
Sagiv Gilburd

Sliced, deconstructed, or split apart. You can call it many things, but your eyes don’t deceive you either way. It’s not a Lego Nikon F3…

The slow death of creativity in modern photography

Dec 1, 2023
Jake Hicks

Is photography all the same today? What makes one image different from one another when not only technology allows us to rely on features that…

Why tilt the camera? The history and use of the Dutch Angle

Nov 13, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

For most photographers and filmmakers, making sure that the horizon is level is of vital importance… Well, usually. This is mainly because any deviation from the norm looks like an accident; like we don’t know what we’re doing. However, it is possible to tilt the camera angle intentionally with both photography and filmmaking. This adds emphasis or effect depending on the shot you’re after. We call this a Dutch Angle. But what is it? Why do people use it? How and why did it start? And most importantly, how can we implement this tilted camera angle effectively in our work? This fascinating video from the folks at Vox looks at the history of the Dutch Angle and how we can use it in our work. And it probably appears in a lot more movies than you realize.

You can now download nearly 70,000 hi-res early 20th century color photos from a French museum

Jan 11, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

Old photos can reveal a lot about the past, and I’m always excited to take a peek at the world that existed long before I…

Christmas Wish project brings joy to sick children using photography, love, and a bit of magic

Dec 15, 2022
Dunja Djudjic

If you’ve ever wondered if you could change the world with your photography, let me tell you straight away – yes, you can. You can…

Artist burns $11,2 million worth of artwork after selling it as NFTs

Oct 13, 2022
Dunja Djudjic

One may think that NFTs are not all the rage anymore after their massive drop reported earlier this month. But it looks like one may…

This $99 paper digital camera actually lets you take photos

Aug 16, 2022
Dunja Djudjic

There are some paper and cardboard cameras on the market. Most of them are mere replicas, some shoot film, but have you ever heard of…

Historical glass negatives sold as NFTs and buyers told to smash originals

Feb 3, 2022
Alex Baker

An auction house based in New Zealand sold two historically significant glass plate negatives as NFTs and allegedly encouraged the buyers to smash the originals…

The pandemic doesn’t stop Christmas Wish project from making sick children happy through photography

Dec 16, 2021
Dunja Djudjic

Australian photographer Karen Alsop and her team have used photography for years to bring a smile back to the faces of sick children. They’re well-known for…