There were a lot of environmental problems in the USA back in the late 1960's. The Environmental Protection Agency even hired about 100 photographers for DOCUMERICA project that lasted from 1971 to 1977. From all the photographs produced, the National Archives has made 15,000 of images available. These are some of the best photos taken back then to highlight subjects of environmental concern in America and show the life in the 1970's.
Here comes a new selection of photos from the “Back To The Future” project by Irina Werning. Isn’t it cool to take your old picture and recreate the same old scene with you many years later?
Have you ever wondered why some of the photos you take are awesome and some fail even though you are consistent with your camera face? Photographer Stephen Eastwood has solved this mystery by taking a series of portraits of the same woman with the same facial expression and lighting, and got varying results.
Most brides like to keep their treasured wedding dress clean and unsoiled, but these ladies decided to head in the opposite direction. Captured in powerful and artistic scenes and poses, these unique wedding photos could inspire future brides or completely freak them out. This style is known as trash the dress.
After having examined the mirror of the human soul, Suren Manvelyan switches to the animals’ eyes. This project is unique as each creature shows an exclusive ‘landscape’ because each animal has a unique shape, pattern and color of the eye. Manvelyan uses macrophotography to reveal the perfect beauty created by nature.
These are not painted images, as it might appear at first glance. These are food landscapes called “foodscapes” by photographer Carl Warner. Mr. Warner can spend hours glancing at food in supermarkets making other people think it is weird, but later he comes up with amazing photographs where the sea can be made of cabbage, tress can be broccoli and hills can be potatoes.