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Tokyo Photography Series: Neon Dreams

Tokyo Photography Series: Neon Dreams

We are still in our vivid "Blade-Runner-esque" celebration on ABDZ. Let's explore the streets of Tokyo, Japan with Matthieu Bühler who is a graphic designer & photographer currently living there. The photo series is entitled: Neon Dreams, shall we take a little glimpse? It's definitely a style of editing that is getting more and more popular especially with the release of the latest Blade Runner 2049. Matthieu Bühler is a graphic designer & photographer currently located in Tokyo, Japan. You should definitely follow his "Neon Dream"s series on Instagram. More Links Learn more about Matthieu Bühler at mattbuehler.com Follow Matthieu on Instagram Photography  

Nightscape Photography Series: Ultraviolet Break of Day

Nightscape Photography Series: Ultraviolet Break of Day

Did you get a chance to watch Blade Runner 2049 this Weekend? I still haven't, sadly. With this movie release, many of us have been re-exploring that movie genre but for us on ABDZ; it's photography! We are taking a look at this nightscape photography series by FIELD IO, where are we headed this time? In the streets of Shenzhen’s Huaqiangbei also known as “The World’s Greatest Electronics Market where after some exploration on Adobe Lightroom, Marcus decided to create a series based on that uncanny atmosphere popularly inspired in the original Blade Runner movie. FIELD IO is the work of Marcus Wendt who is a designer and visual artist from London, UK. You should definitely check out his Behance for more of his work. Plunged into a foreign dark I found a new way of seeing, strange and alien. Synthetic light creeps into my eyes, the air thick with colours shifting and angles unbending. In the midst of the night a new day begins. More Links Learn more about FIELD IO at field.io Follow FIELD IO on Instagram Photography  

Mobile Photography: First unedited images taken with the Pixel 2

Mobile Photography: First unedited images taken with the Pixel 2

Over the long Weekend, Google has released a bunch of photos that were taken with their latest Pixel 2. It looks quite stunning and they are unedited! From the announcement, I was a bit disappointed that the camera didn't change since the original Pixel. But my feedback is quite redeeming itself with what they are promising and what they called: "computational photography". Equipped with a single 12MP camera with a f/1.8 aperture and 1.4μm pixels; the Pixel 2 (judging by this collection) is also moving ahead with their portrait mode feature that looks quite beautiful as well. All that jazz to be saying that I am very excited about what's to come with the Pixel 2, I can't wait to test it out in the wild. What do you think about these pictures? Taking great photos and videos is one of the things you do most with your phone, so we set out to deliver the best photography experience. You get stunningly crisp, clear, and detailed photos in any light. You can also take high-quality portrait shots with the perfect background blurs, from both the front and back camera. New motion photos capture a few seconds of video around the shot so you can relive the moment around the picture. The Pixel 2 camera is powered by our computational photography and machine learning (ML) capabilities which make all these great features easy, fun and fast for you to use. Pixel 2 More Links See the entire Pixel 2 collection here Check out the other products via Google Store Shot on Pixel 2  

Soothing California Beach Photography by David Behar

Soothing California Beach Photography by David Behar

David Behar, a photographer from Los Angeles, California has shared a beautiful set of photography work titled Playa del Rey. In my opinion, he was able to capture the spirit of the beaches in southern California with a blue/teal/green color palette that is leans towards the cool spectrum. The photos also have a minimalist look with clean compositions and the ever present blue sky. I have been spending my vacations in Santa Barbara for the past 3 years and I've never been able to translate the feeling but now I can just point to David's photos.  Photography More information visit: Instagram Prints

Digital Photography: Autumn At The Lake Series

Digital Photography: Autumn At The Lake Series

Sadly but summer is definitely over...I mean for those living in North! I will try not to think too much about Winter just yet. Instead, let's enjoy the beautiful colours of Fall/Autumn which we adore before the actual cold. Let's travel to Germany with photographer Kilian Schönberger so we can discover the beautiful colours of Autumn captured through Kilian's camera and digital photography. Hope you will like this one! Kilian Schönberger is a professional landscape and architect photographer based in Cologne, Germany.You should definitely follow via Behance for more of his photography works. Autumn at the lake - a tribute to the hidden beauty of fading colours at the lakeside of one of the many beautiful lakes in north-east Germany. The quiet water surface is like a mirror of life. The reflection captures endless moments of reality like thousands and thousands of photos. The real and the mirrored world, the evanescent appeal of autumn - a strong subject of vanitas to me. More Links Learn more about Kilian Schönberger at kilianschoenberger.de Follow Kilian on Instagram Digital Photography  

Mobile Photography: Moment V2 Review with Google Pixel

Mobile Photography: Moment V2 Review with Google Pixel

Moment is easily one of my favourite brands out there. It's a statement that goes a long way from their innovation, sense of humor, content and more. They are actually giving us and building tools to improve our mobile photography. They do believe that the best camera is the one that you always carry with you. I am quite a believer in that notion. With their latest V2 gear, I was one of their backers from their Kickstarter campaign and I ordered the photo case for the Google Pixel. Combined Moment with what "used" to be the best camera out there, the results are just incredible. Let's dive into the review! My gear for the review Google Pixel Photo Case New Wide Lens Lens Pen Original Lens Adapter Welcome to Moment V2 Links For more information, check out Moment Follow Moment on Instagram Subscribe to Moment on YouTube Shown is Photo Case (V2) and Original Photo Case (V1) My Impressions Coming from the first generation of Moment, this is an immense upgrade. Huge! For starters, the industrial design for the cases has been changed from scratch. It's a totally new design. You get a refined slim design that still gives that everyday protection that you can attach with ease. Believe me, I have kids and they have dropped my phone many many times. Most importantly, it became even easier to attach a lens and boy it does feel solid in your pocket or backpack. It's a functional case where I feel this might the last case that you will ever need. Shown is Original Lens Adapter Caring for all the details A little accessory that proves how Moment cares for their users and their brand. They have been producing what they called: Original Lens Adapter. What does it do? Well, it's an adapter for your V1 lenses on the new mounting system (V2). It's a small detail but it's giving support for those who choose to purchase the new photo case without buying any new lenses. One thing though, once you attach that lens adaptor to your V1 lenses, just safely know that you will hardly be able to take it off ever again. Product Gallery   New Wide Lens With the current Google Pixel, we don't have the luxury of having a dual camera lenses if we compared to the iPhone 8 Plus for example. Even though I don't personally think it's necessary to own a Tele lens. I am sure it's great but I am having this feedback based on the everyday use. Where I would put my investment on is the V2 Wide Lens, without a doubt. First of all, it's a new design from its predecessor, I would say that is almost twice bigger and it's awesome. Having this lens mounted on your case, you will never want to take it off. It feels strong, well-fitted and doesn't bother much on the balance when you are holding it. The result? The "5 layer aspherical optics" actually makes your pictures vibrant and giving you a stunning wide perspective. V2 Wide Lens in the Wild Final Words Moment V2 is totally worth your investment! They are building the best of the best for us makers to keep on making and elevate our photography game. My ace to Moment for keeping us wanting for more and being part of our everyday carry. One tiny tip to end this review, take a look at their wide range of accessories including the useful Lens Pen. More Links Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow me on Instagram

Majestic Nature Photography by Lukas Furlan

Majestic Nature Photography by Lukas Furlan

We've seen some amazing nature photography here at Abduzeedo, but we really can't get enough of it, so we keep searching more great photographers that will take us to amazing place thru their lenses. Lukas Furlan is a talented Austrian photographer and he's been capturing stunning, really unbelievable scenes from all around the world. You can see how majestic nature is thru these images. For more of Lukas' work, please check his Instagram account! He'll definitely take your breath away. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;) Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Set 26, 2017 às 11:46 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Set 2, 2017 às 3:24 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Ago 13, 2017 às 2:39 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Jul 30, 2017 às 4:19 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Jul 8, 2017 às 4:23 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Jul 1, 2017 às 3:38 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Jun 25, 2017 às 2:57 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Jan 19, 2017 às 6:44 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Out 9, 2016 às 6:12 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Lukas Furlan (@furlanlukas) em Ago 5, 2016 às 3:02 PDT

Mobile Photography: #ShotoniPhone8Plus

Mobile Photography: #ShotoniPhone8Plus

It's been more than 5 days since the release of the iPhone 8 / 8Plus. Do you have one? Are you still indecisive? Aside from all its premium features, I am more interested in the camera since it's more in-line with what is my criteria from a phone, especially being a nerd with mobile photography. I did some surfing on Instagram and I tried to find images that rocked the iPhone 8 Plus camera which is a Dual 12 MP, (28mm, f/1.8, OIS & 56mm, f/2.8), phase detection autofocus, 2x optical zoom, quad-LED (dual tone) flash. What do you think? If you would like to know more about the iPhone 8 / 8Plus or purchase yours, check out the Apple iPhone 8 site. "A new generation of iPhone." More Links For more, check out #ShotoniPhone8Plus Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Instagram Beautiful autumnal weather at Highclere. #highclerecastle #athomeathighclere #lifeathighclere #shotoniphone8plus A post shared by Highclere Castle (@highclere_castle) on Sep 22, 2017 at 7:15am PDT Big Apple. #reflectiongram #reflectionshot #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #iphone8plus #click_N_share #nomirrormag #mobgrafia #mobgraphia #suafoto #respirofotografia #shotoniphone #achadosdasemana #mobphotography #instarefa #vivamobgraphia #ny A post shared by LFinardi (@lifinardimeyer) on Sep 26, 2017 at 11:55am PDT Big Apple. #reflectiongram #reflectionshot #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #iphone8plus #click_N_share #nomirrormag #mobgrafia #mobgraphia #suafoto #respirofotografia #shotoniphone #achadosdasemana #mobphotography #instarefa #vivamobgraphia A post shared by LFinardi (@lifinardimeyer) on Sep 23, 2017 at 6:55pm PDT "I need you to be strong right now." — Me to Coffee #ShotoniPhone8Plus A post shared by ALYSSA LENORE • NEW YORK CITY (@alyssa.lenore) on Sep 27, 2017 at 8:24am PDT “Tiki” stunting #shotoniphone8plus A post shared by Spencer Pratt (@spencerpratt) on Sep 23, 2017 at 2:22pm PDT blessd by amazing sunset 뜻밖에 아름다운 석양을 만나 황홀한 날✨💜 . . . . #iceland #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #iphoneonly #아이슬란드 #커플스냅 #아이슬란드스냅 #노필터 #인생샷 #커밍순 A post shared by 제제 Katie Kim SF (@jh_byzeze) on Sep 27, 2017 at 6:07pm PDT iPhone 8 Plus - zdjęcie zrobione w trybie portretowym z efektem oświetlenia studyjnego. Takie zdjęcia telefonem to już coś 🤓🤓🤓 #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #zbitaszybka A post shared by ZbitaSzybka.pl Serwis iPhone i (@zbitaszybka) on Sep 27, 2017 at 8:46am PDT I will never get sick of this view 🌁 . @dubai 27/09/17 6:45am . #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #thecityseries A post shared by Λ l (@aljvd) on Sep 26, 2017 at 9:48pm PDT The Night We Never Met • Low light shoot out with iphone 8 plus with @tunnelnuke • #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #singapore A post shared by Aik Beng Chia (@aikbengchia) on Sep 25, 2017 at 5:02pm PDT Brooklyn Ferry View ⛴ #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #brooklyn #ferry #sunset A post shared by @calvin_voon on Sep 24, 2017 at 6:15pm PDT The Night We Never Met • Low light shot with iphone 8 plus at Little India. • #shotoniphone #shotoniphone8plus #singapore A post shared by Aik Beng Chia (@aikbengchia) on Sep 24, 2017 at 1:11am PDT d o i t f o r t h e a n i m a l s 🐾 @centinelle donates $1 to the SF SPCA for every post! How cool is that!? Fashion with a cause! #putascarfonit #sfspca #shotoniphone8plus #shotoniphone A post shared by NIKIA PROVENZANO (@madmavenstyle) on Sep 22, 2017 at 4:28pm PDT Happy Launch Day 😘 #ShotoniPhone8Plus #PortraitMode A post shared by Rebekah Edmondson (@bekahedmondson) on Sep 22, 2017 at 1:47pm PDT [#HandsInFrame] . Test test. A simple shot because it's all about the details here. I am definitely blown away by the capability of the #iPhone8Plus camera. Here's a low light shot. Will be sharing more night shots soon! . #ShotOnIphone #ShotOnIphone8plus A post shared by _Yafiq Yusman_ | 🇸🇬 Singapore (@_yafiqyusman_) on Sep 21, 2017 at 4:51am PDT

Photography: #BANGKOKGLOW Series with Xavier Portela

Photography: #BANGKOKGLOW Series with Xavier Portela

Let's kick off this week with a photography series showcasing the street life of Bangkok by photographer Xavier Portela. Entitled #BANGKOKGLOW, Xavier is keeping up with his journey from his successful Glow series from Tokyo and Hong Kong. He decided to make it an ongoing project in order to add more cities in the collection. Hope you will enjoy his style that we dearly like on ABDZ. Xavier Portela is a photographer and filmmaker based in Brussels. You should definitely check out his Behance profile for more of his work. The collection Bangkok Glow is part of the ongoing project Glow by Xavier Portela More Links Learn more about Xavier Portela at xavierportela.com Follow Xavier on Instagram Photography  

The Adobe Creative Residency Program: Photographer Julia Nimke

Introducing The Adobe Creative Residency Program: Photographer Julia Nimke

We were so delighted to discover Adobe's latest foray into supporting the creative class with the introduction of The Adobe Creative Residency program. The main objective behind this amazing program is to foster creativity while empowering artists. With generous support from the team at Adobe, talented individuals are given the opportunity to spend a year focusing on a personal creative project, while sharing their experience and process with the creative community. Adobe Creative Residents receive access to the best creative tools and resources, along with guidance from notable advisors and a compensation package. In return, each resident proactively pursues a personal creative project, while sharing their process, insights and inspiration with the community along the way. The 2017 residents are comprised of a group of uniquely talented designers and photographers who are eager to share their creativity with others. In support of this inspiring program from our friends at Adobe we'll be featuring one resident from the 2017 class and their individual works each day starting today over the course of the next week. To kick things off, we're excited to highlight the work of Berlin-based, German photographer Julia Nimke. Peek Julia's ethereal photographs below of places and cultures throughout Europe inspired by folk tales. Everyone has a dream project. So often, those are the ones we can never dedicate the time and resources to. That’s why we created the Adobe Creative Residency. The mission is simple: to support the creative community and cultivate a culture of creating and sharing.     Learn About Adobe Creative Resident Julia Nimke Julia Nimke is a Berlin-based, German photographer who’s passionate about nature, traveling and unique types of cultural storytelling. For her residency year, she plans to explore and document places and cultures in Europe tied to folk tales. She will try out different photography styles throughout the year and share what she learns with the community. Julia will challenge herself to combine video and photos to create compelling and visual stories. Her goal is to have her work inspire people to stay curious and open-minded when they experience unknown places and different cultures. If you've been inspired to learn more, the team at Adobe is accepting applications for the upcoming program year in January 2018. Click this link for everything you need to know to be considered. 

Alessandro Puccinelli's Photographic Celebration of The Harvest

Alessandro Puccinelli's Photographic Celebration of The Harvest

For all of the wine lovers out there it's no news that this time of year presents the annual harvesting of grapes and along with that, amazing photo opportunities at every turn. We grew ripe with envy when we discovered Alessandro Puccinelli's beautiful imagery of the Muscat harvest in Southern France wanting to transport ourselves to this magical moment immediately.  If you'd like a little backstory on the the harvesting of wine grapes, it's actually the most integral step in the process of wine-making. The time of harvest is determined primarily by the ripeness of the grape as measured by sugar, acid and tannin levels and winemakers base this all-important decision to pick based on the style of wine they wish to produce. I'm pretty sure the lovely woman in the last image may have discovered a bad grape. Enjoy and cheers!   How do grape growers know when to harvest? The best wine growers are so familiar with the taste of ripeness that they can walk down a row tasting grapes and know intuitively when to pick. However, there is a fair amount of science to back this up. Just so you know, timing the harvest is the single most important decision a grower or winemaker makes each year.  Wine Harvest Season Chart

Alone Together: Aristotle Roufanis' Photographic Portrayal of Global Cities

Alone Together: Aristotle Roufanis' Photographic Portrayal of Global Cities

Alone Together: A deep look at the loneliness of global cities as it appears during the blue hour If you live or have ever lived in a large, global metropole you can certainly relate to London-based photographer Aristotle Roufanis' project 'Alone Together' which takes a unique approach in capturing the loneliness that festers in a global city. An ongoing photographic project, Roufanis takes this phenomenon of social alienation in urban centres as a starting point, and adds a positive, optimistic twist to it. Photos are captured in a way that only tiny, individual apartment lights are visible in some of our favorite cities in the world including London, Paris, Miami and Athens.  "Hardly recognisable in the dark, some of the world’s most famous metropoles are transformed into sprawling canvases of anonymity, where countless people have decided to make their home but hardly connect to each other."   “The bigger the city, the lonelier we feel," comments Aristotle Roufanis, who recently moved to London from another bustling urban centre, namely his hometown of Athens, Greece. “In a big city, we are very efficient in covering all our consumerist needs, but we forget our need for companionship. It is important for people to understand that although lonely, they are not alone. Individuality does not equal to alienation.” Roufanis does an amazing job of drawing a parallel between the singular lights in an apartment window to an individual stuck in a dark void of a detached world. Photos are taken in between the hours of dusk and dawn, shifting the spotlight from public to private which enables the eye to focus on only the singular lights in a building rather than iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower.  Roufanis uses a technique of super high-resolution photography complemented by digital editing that can take up to ONE MONTH for each photo. Presented in exhibition context, images are showcased in extremely high-resolution prints to highlight as much detail as possible to the naked eye. The resolution of the images is so high that you can delight your inner voyeur by spying on individuals standing in the windows contemplating the city outside or doing everyday things in their home. ABOUT ARISTOTLE ROUFANIS Aristotle Roufanis is a London-based art photographer whose work focuses on patterns, textures and human interactions defined by the condition of urban architecture. An active photographer since his early 20’s, Aristotle Roufanis is a self-taught artist, who has mastered his medium through several personal photographic projects. In 2016 he has participated in Scope Art Fair - Miami Beach and with a solo show in Fotofever - Paris; in the same year, his work exhibited at the Summer Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts sold out before the show’s public opening. In 2017 he exhibited at Scope in Basel during Art Basel 2017 and he is scheduled to exhibit at the prestigious Zona Maco in Mexico City as well as other art events throughout the world. Aristotle Roufanis’ work is part of esteemed private collections in London, Paris, Milan, Miami, New York and Mexico City. Roufanis is a civil engineering graduate and has always been fascinated by architecture, and particularly the patterns and sheer scale of large cities. Interested in the many contrasts and the amount of information one can collect through reading an urban landscape, the artist has often turned his lens to urban architecture in the past. Alone Together combines several themes that have appeared in Aristotle Roufanis’s work so far, but merges them in a very skillful and refined way. 

Art Direction & Photography: Puma Play Loud

Art Direction & Photography: Puma Play Loud

The kind of project I do enjoy featuring on ABDZ, it's a combination of art direction and photography. We are taking a closer look at the work of Boston-based art director Jeremy Haunschild. The approach is simple but kindly efficient especially when it's mixed with Interior Design. Commissioned by Puma, let's enjoy also the Behind-the-Scenes process for this project. Jeremy Haunschild is a art director based in Boston, MA. His work is focused in art direction, photography and advertising, check out his Behance for more works. For PUMA's 2017 Global teamsport initiative, I designed the visual system and concept that would carry throughout the extensive international diaspora of executions required to support the teamsport business category. I art directed the photography of the key athletes that appeared in the campaign as well as the overall layout and design of the typography and all aspects of post-production. Project Gallery   More Links Learn more about Jeremy Haunschild at jeremyhaunschild.com Follow Jeremy on Behance

Introducing the Unsplash Awards

Introducing the Unsplash Awards

We are pretty excited to announce the Unsplash Awards, a celebration made just for you, to recognize the open photography movement. Unsplash team decided to go forward and present 13 photography categories that will be judged by a guest curator to help select the best photos. The guest curators will be coming from all over including brands like: DJI, Kodakit, Lonely Planet, Squarespace, Airbnb and more. Submissions are now open for one month-long, let's share the best of your creativity! About Unsplash Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing copyright-free photography under the Unsplash license. Meaning that you can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer or Unsplash, although it is still very appreciated when possible. So today, we couldn’t be more excited to kick off the Unsplash Awards, an online celebration to recognize the powerful impact Unsplash contributors have made through their generosity and artistry. We’ve created 10 photography categories where we will feature the work of Unsplash contributors. For each category, we’ve invited a guest curator to help select the most inspiring photos. A post shared by Unsplash (@unsplash) on Sep 1, 2017 at 6:06am PDT 13 categories. 13 judges. Aerial | DJI Team Animals & Wildlife | Imgix Astrophotography | Chris Messina Black & White | InVision Food & Drink | Kodakit Interiors & Architecture | UltraLinx Mobile Photography | Google Live Case Nature & Landscapes | Lonely Planet People & Portraits | Squarespace Sports | GoPro Street Photography | Airbnb Tech & Business | Product Hunt & AngelList Unsplash Community Today, over 50,000 Unsplash members have contributed over 260,000 high-resolution, freely usable photos. This has turned Unsplash from a humble blog into the largest open repository of high-resolution photography in the world. Unsplash photos have gone on to inspire millions of creators from world-renowned writers like Deepak Chopra to multi-platinum recording artists to people of all ages looking to make their creative mark on the world. Unsplash would simply not be possible without the people who believe that sharing their work to support someone else is worthwhile. To give without expecting anything in return. Timeline Sept 1 — Sept 30th: Submissions open. To have your photography featured in a category, go to awards.unsplash.com Oct 1 — Oct 10: Curator selections Oct 15: Announcement of featured photos Links Learn more about the Unsplash Awards at awards.unsplash.com Follow Unsplash on Instagram Cover Picture by Rob Bates

Photographer Oleg Tolstoy's "The Tourist Trap" Series

Photographer Oleg Tolstoy's "The Tourist Trap" Series

Award-winning London-based photographer Oleg Tolstoy has us smiling from ear to ear with his latest series "The Tourist Trap" which hilariously documents unbeknownst tourists in Florence lost in their very own viewfinders. If you're anything like me you're just happy you weren't in the beloved Italian city when Oleg was shooting because I've definitely been guilty of this precise crime. Over the course of two visits and ten days spent by Florence’s historic Duomo, Oleg has created an eye-catching set of visual paradoxes: portraits of strangers in a strange land that are somehow intimate and completely unguarded. “Everyone was so busy taking photos, listening to audio guides and gawping upwards that they barely registered my presence, even when I was just feet away” the photographer explains. “It was comical, but poignant. They’ve travelled across the world to be here, but in the act of obsessively making thousands of bits of postcard-perfect content to show to friends back home, they’re lost in their viewfinders and not really aware of their surroundings at all." “Some of their expressions reminded me of catholic depictions of ecstasy” Oleg notes. “Like past pilgrims, these visitors to the cathedral are lost to a higher power, but in this case, it’s modern technology.”

A Collection of Solar Eclipse Photography

A Collection of Solar Eclipse Photography

On August 21st, 2017, the people across North America were able to witness a total solar eclipse from Pacific to Atlantic coasts. In other countries, only a partial eclipse was visible. The last time when a total solar eclipse was visible in the entire United States was on June 8, 1918. It was amazing to see how people coming together to carefully look at our beloved moon crossing the sun to turn day into darkness. It was great to see so many of us taking the time to create and make for this special day. We have selected a few pictures that really caught our attention, hope you will like them. My Favourite Best view in the house... it took 4 days of planning and hard work to capture this shot. My girlfriend @martinatib and good friend @thistommysmith climbed the route twice, in scorching heat, to nail the positioning. But we nailed it! A post shared by Ted Hesser (@tedhesser) on Aug 21, 2017 at 12:40pm PDT Photo by @dave.krugman Today’s #SolarEclipse traced its path of totality — the geographic line along which the sun is entirely blocked from view by the moon — across the United States, from the woods of Oregon to the fields of South Carolina. Its rarity inspired millions to turn their eyes and lenses skyward, including New York-based photographer Dave Krugman (@dave.krugman), who made a trek to Nashville, Tennessee, to see this first total solar eclipse in the US in 38 years. “This was a flashpoint moment I didn’t want to miss,” says Dave. “Seeing the sky go dark and a ring of fire suddenly appear was an extraordinary experience. The light was eerie, otherworldly. It’s surely a moment I’ll never forget.” 🌞🌝 Watch our Instagram story featuring @billnye to see scenes and views of the solar eclipse across the US. 😎 A post shared by Instagram (@instagram) on Aug 21, 2017 at 7:29pm PDT In this video captured at 1,500 frames per second with a high-speed camera, the International Space Station (@ISS), with a crew of six onboard, is seen in silhouette as it transits the sun at roughly five miles per second during a partial solar eclipse, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 near Banner, Wyoming. Onboard as part of the crew are: NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson, Jack Fischer (@Astro2Fish), and Randy Bresnik (@AstroKomrade); Russian cosmonauts Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sergey Ryazanskiy (@SergeyISS); and ESA (@EuropeanSpaceAgency) astronaut Paolo Nespoli (@Astro_Paolo). A total solar eclipse swept across a narrow portion of the contiguous United States from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. A partial solar eclipse was visible across the entire North American continent along with parts of South America, Africa, and Europe. Photo Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky #sun #solareclipse #totalsolareclipse #partialsolareclipse #eclipse2017 #astronomy #heliophysics #moon #nasa #eclipse #solarsystem #science #research #nasa #space #spacestation #view #internationalspacestation #research #technology #astronomy #picoftheday A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Aug 21, 2017 at 6:08pm PDT A post shared by Karl 'Shakur' N. (@karl_shakur) on Aug 21, 2017 at 8:47pm PDT A post shared by Simon Lachapelle (@simonlachapelle) on Aug 21, 2017 at 3:38pm PDT A post shared by The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) on Aug 21, 2017 at 8:45am PDT A post shared by Nick Page (@nickpagephotography) on Aug 21, 2017 at 5:01pm PDT A post shared by Zach Lipson [chicago] (@zachlipson) on Aug 21, 2017 at 2:42pm PDT A post shared by Dave Krugman (@dave.krugman) on Aug 21, 2017 at 7:08pm PDT A post shared by Chris Burkard (@burkgnar) on Aug 21, 2017 at 8:04pm PDT A post shared by Andrew Griswold (@the_gris) on Aug 21, 2017 at 12:03pm PDT A post shared by Chris Vagrant | CA (@chrisvagrant) on Aug 21, 2017 at 1:28pm PDT More Links Read more about Solar Eclipse via Wikipedia

Photography & Architecture: Atrium of Jussieu, 2011

Photography & Architecture: Atrium of Jussieu, 2011

We have featured this spot before on by ABDZ for its photography and architecture. We are taking another look at this spot by another photographer which is Franck Bohbot. It's interesting to actually see the difference since you are introduced by another perspective and editing styles. For this project, it is also nice to see how does it look from the outside as well. What do you guys think? Franck Bohbot is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. We love the work from Franck on ABDZ and you should definitely follow his Instagram. From the Archives. Series of 14. It's all about color, Line and reinterpretation of the place. Project Gallery   More Links Follow Franck Bohbot on Instagram