Inspired by Eadweard Muybridge's own motion studies, photographer Xavi Bou inspects the skylines for flying birds through the process of chronophotography.
Bou's long interest in birds began during his childhood, and spent the time with his grandfather bird-watching along the Llobregat Delta, which is home to various species of avian creatures. The photographs were taken in various seasons, depending on the season a certain species of bird would show up. The title "Ornitographies", stem from the Greek words for "bird" and "writing -- "ornis" and "graphia".
The Barcelona-based photographer stitched the multiple photographs together to form dizzying swirls that look like the pestilence. He wanted to see the pattern of the birds' flight movement.
Milan-based art direction and graphic design student Adriana Zingaro created a motion graphics video inspired by the nostalgia of looking at old printed photographs and the Lomo'Instant! Watch her adorable animation here.
For the last years of the 19th century, French physiologist Etienne-Jules Marey was already experimenting with movement and how he can visualize them. He develops a graphic method through chronophotography.
Inspired by hand-painted color photographs from the 19th century, photographer Kate Ballis paints her own contemporary version with a converted infrared camera on the dunes and flatlands of California.
Inspired by champions of humanist photography, photographer Graciela Iturbide became one of the most important contemporary photographers in Mexico through her captured images of the unseen and unexplored areas of indigenous cultures and peoples.
Music and visual art intertwine in the moody photographs of Italy-based Lomographer Michela Piccoli. Most of her photographs are inspired by and named after a song she's fond of. Dive into the creative process of our featured community newcomer in this interview.
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It's becoming a trend among serious analogue photographers to make their own gear from scratch -- be it from the compact 35mm, to medium 120, to large format for silver gelatin processes. Photographer Dieter Schneider is one of those photographers.
The Swiss photographer Jakob Tuggener is one of the most significant industrial photographers in photography history, achieve through his series and book FABRIK, in which he studied the relationship between man and machine.
While overshadowed by the successes of her adventurer-husband, Yvette Borup Andrews has a legacy of her own, one eclipsed by society's preference for masculine glory — her contribution to early visual anthropology, in photographs.