Monthly Archives: May 2010
I’ve been travelling for the last 19 months. Carrying the huge camera around without a computer means 2 main things. Firstly lots of photos with nowhere to look at them, and secondly storage problems. I think I have been lucky … Continue reading
Shedding her skin. Cockatoo Island again. The old broken glass windows in the warehouses only seem to let through perfect light. I will be going back and doing somewhat of a project on the place. It’s a playground! With thanks … Continue reading
The Biennale festival is currently running in Sydney. The biggest display is on Cockatoo Island, an old convict built prison and shipyard, it retains many remnants from its past. It also happens to be a phenomenal location for photos. More … Continue reading
One of my favourite websites and with images like the landscapes above it’s usually one of my first stops for inspiration as well. Just excellent photography. Francois-Xavier Marciat
100 metres of existance ‘There are 178 people in the picture, all shot in the course of 20 days from the same spot on a railroad bridge on Warschauer Stasee in Berlin in the summer 2007. Only few of the people … Continue reading
Second set to the previous interaction post.
I’ve seen a few photo mosaics around on the net, most of Bob Marley, some good ones by Robert Silvers. Here is how google does it though; Timelapse ‘making of’ video below.