Photography is often (though not always) considered a lens-based media. Danny J. Sanchez broadens the definition of the lens with a process he calls “photomicrography,” the act of taking a photograph through a microscope.
Portrait du page de l’homme masqué avec des oreilles en pointes © Sacha Goldberger
From highbrow to lowbrow (and everything in between), this is what we found of interest in photo-land this week.
- Superheroes in the 16th Century [Bored Panda]
- How 10 Famous Artists Would Plate Thanksgiving Dinner [Colossal]
- Why Beauty Ads Should Come With Warning Labels [Lone Wolf]
- ‘Choosing to Look at War Porn’ [New York Times Lens Blog]
- Creative Commons Licensing Spells Disaster for Flickr [Peta Pixel]
- ‘…there IS an obvious connection between art shows attended exclusively by artists and NO sales’ [BMore Art]
- ‘Does a Museum Visit Really Require Homework?’ [Huffington Post]
- ‘Tilda Swinton: The Surreal World’ [W Magazine]
- ‘Published Photographs Lead to Death Threats in Pakistan’ [TIME]
- Fantastic Collection of Over 10,000 Analog Cameras [Laughing Squid]