With the app CCamera, you can take pictures that already exist.
Exploring the world through Google Maps, the Agorophobic Traveler carves out haunting impressions from a parallel universe.
Dutch artist Martine Stig constructs scenarios from everyday occurrences. If you find the results unsettling you need to check your assumptions.
Italian photographer Claudia Cuomo is making sure instant photography sticks around in the digital age.
‘Minutiae’ is an app that prompts users to photograph their lives. In the process, it breaks with all conventions of social media and the internet.
Photography of the presidency shows that Trump cares about optics, not visuals.
Pictures from a world at the brink of change. Sometime last year, I stumbled upon a rather simply black and white image. It shows three young men, dressed in formal attire and tilted hats, standing… Read More
The Parisian photographer Isa Gelb collects visual impressions of seemingly unremarkable things. The resulting photos are strangely arresting.
Between the 1970s and early 1990s, British photographer Joe Dilworth regularly peeked behind the iron curtain. His pictures are visual memories from a parallel society – and documents of a deep fascination.
We take photos to remember. But which frame should you choose to capture, which to recall?