New York Daily News' Marc A. Hermann matched old newspaper photographs of crimes and accidents with present-day locations to create riveting photo mashups of NYC’s past and present.
#Sandy is a compilation of stunning iPhone photos taken during Hurricane Sandy. Its royalties will go to on-going relief efforts.
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Photographer Jeffrey Martin has taken the second largest photo ever.
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Here are a few newly unveiled photos from the set of classic Scorcese film “Taxi Driver” taken by photographer Steve Shapiro.
Shapiro described the set as tense saying:
“Taxi Driver was shot mostly at night in New York, and the sense of the city sort of bore down on it. Also, Robert De Niro, who had spent a month really driving a taxi at night to get into the spirit of the film, maintains his character throughout. When he develops a character, he really becomes that person—both internally and externally—and he maintained that character pretty much on and off the screen. It was a much more tense situation than on The Godfather and many other films I’ve worked on.”
Are these photos of new, exciting planets? Nope, just sliced golf balls…
Who needs an Instagram filter when you can just snap a 1840s-era lens onto your real camera…?