Motivation, opportunity, and a personal invitation took photographer Catherine Karnow to Vietnam for the first time in July 1990.
When I first saw Caleb’s work I was transported back to when I was a young boy absolutely fascinated with the world of science. He truly captures the essence of the simple scientific experiment, turning it into amazing works of art.
I hope you enjoy Caleb’s work as much as I do. Make sure and visit his website, http://www.calebcharland.com/, to view more examples of his fascinating photography.
In a period characterized by technological advances, German photographer Jürgen Lechner looks to the earliest photographic techniques: pinhole photography with a camera obscura. In doing so, Lechner presents the spectator with contemporary scenes that highlight the often-overlooked viewpoints of our environment. Lechner’s abandon of digital photography may be unusual, but his aesthetic proves to be […]
Even as a kid, I enjoyed looking at ants closeup with a magnifying glass (and then roasting them!). Now I perform Stingerotomies on Bumblebees so a leash can be attached and make “pets” out of them, or coax Moths onto a fingertip to do their “portrait.” Of course I examined other things as well, and […]