By Kate Bubacz

Jul 28, 2013 6:00am

The Big Cloud Project by Camille Seaman

Camille Seaman started photographing the sky in a continued effort to, in her words, “illustrate the interconnection of all life on Earth.”  She started searching for supercells, the storms made famous for their capacity to produce tornadoes. In the process, she has captured a mesmerizing palette… Read More »

Jul 19, 2013 10:00am

The Ultimate Wedding Crashers

An effort to take the peace, serenity and perhaps the monotony out of wedding photos has brought a hot trend that incorporates some slightly dark humor: wedding party attack photos. Beginning with Quinn Miller’s image of a Tyrannosaurus Rex crashing a wedding party’s photo op, the… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Jul 18, 2013 6:00am

Yesteryear in Disneyland

The soft opening of Disneyland on July 17, 1955, did not go well. ABC had set up a live telecast of the opening events, introducing viewers to the Mouseketeers, Ronald Reagan, Bob Cummings, Art Linkletter, Frank Sinatra and, as it turned out, numerous mishaps (full… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Jul 11, 2013 6:00am

Babe Ruth Back in the Day

Ninety-nine years ago today, Babe Ruth made his debut as a Major League player, stepping onto the field of Fenway Park as a Red Sox pitcher. He helped the team win the game, but that was not enough to impress the hard-nosed Red Sox: Ruth… Read More »

Jul 10, 2013 6:00am

PHOTOS: The Big Apple Turned ‘Tiny Planet’

With one click the Tiny Planet Photos iPhone app will transform your world into its very own sphere. Think: stereographic projections made easy. Simply compose an image, select a filter and share to Instagram. Below is a collection of scenes from New York City as… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Jul 7, 2013 6:00am

Something Strange in the Sky

Roswell. The name has come to mean more than a place, but also the presence of mysterious things, of unexplained objects and conspiracy theories. The reported sightings of an unidentified object on July 7, 1947 has been supposedly debunked and verified, glorified in Hollywood and… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Jul 3, 2013 6:00am

The Legacy of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg was bloody and brutal. It ended three days after it started, on July 3, 1863, leaving almost 50,000 casualties strewn across the Pennsylvania fields. The northern advance of the Confederate Army, led by General Lee, had come to a halt due… Read More »

Jun 25, 2013 10:00am

Scars: Portraits Both Surreal and Seductive

Aneta Ivanova’s Scars project blends urban and natural landscape photography with portraiture to create a series of stunning black-and-white images. All images © Aneta Ivanova Composited using a blending technique in Photoshop, the images combine silhouettes of the female form with natural and man-made settings… Read More »

Jun 20, 2013 5:30pm

Capturing the Urban Refugee

  In his new multimedia project, “Hidden Lives: The Untold Story of Urban Refugees,” photographer Andrew McConnell turns his lens on the plight of the urban refugee. From families pouring across the Kenyan border fleeing war-torn Somalia to the tens of thousands of Syrians trading… Read More »

Jun 20, 2013 3:42pm

3-D Pencil Sketches Leap Off the Page

Self-taught Dutch pencil artist Ramon Bruin has taken art to new depths. His drawings bring new life to what would normally be just a piece of paper. Like the work of M.C. Escher, the pencil drawings pop out in an optical illusion and play with… Read More »