Jennifer Steen Booher’s photography shows off her scientific personality and love of objects. She writes, “I’m part magpie, part squirrel, part scientist, and part historian. I find things, hoard them, take them apart, and research them.” Her still life pictures prove that photography is not only about capturing fleeting moments; it’s about discovering art in the steady patterns of daily life.
What did you dream recently? I often have dreams about upcoming events or plans I have made.
Xerox is working on an algorithm that can judge the aesthetics of photos.
While I do agree that some photographers out there should not be allowed to hold a camera, who am I to judge their photos? After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder - right?
Tell me what you think. Are there universal standards for aesthetics in the world of photography on which photos can be judged?
You can try the demo out for yourself here.
“Men-ups” is a humorous project by photographer Rion Sabean featuring men doing pin-up-style poses.
The photographer, Lisa Bettany, did a comparison of the iPhone cameras. Look at the difference!
Isn’t this neat? This photographer dissembled flowers carefully and photographed them against a blank white slate. Beautiful!
Aren’t these macro photography shots of eyes amazing? I wonder which animal each eye belongs to. Can you guess?
Photographer credit: Suren Manvelyan
I discovered this blog today that collects terrible photography and writes snark comments about them. Absolutely hilarious and frightening at the same time.