extremely optimistic NYT illustration has a guy in a driverless car reading a print-edition newspaper pic.twitter.com/H4qxSACRhx— Seth D. Michaels (@sethdmichaels) June 11, 2015
This is what you get when you combine a drone and a gopro and top it up with some innovation.
Shot from the same location, but at four different times of the year. Going clockwise, starting from the top left, we have some thick fog, followed by some lightning, after which is some heavy rain clouds and finally, a thick cloud of dust caused by a sand storm.
Shutterfly.com has a great tutorial on how to take the perfect photo. You choose your camera type and the type of photo you’re trying to take and you’ll get a couple of tips to get the best shot. Its a great interactive guide if you’re just starting out with your DSLR and looking to master the perfect shot.
This is what it looks like when you combine 1000+ time lapse videos, 200,000+ images and almost 20 terabytes of data!
Photographer Marieke van der Velden wanted to show what happens in Kabul beyond what you’d normally hear on the news. Rather than focusing on the negatives we’re accustomed to hearing about Afghanistan, Marieke tries to “evoke feelings of empathy and recognition”. She does this by asking people about their favorite place in the city.