Seven minutes. It’s not often we run across a time-lapse that lasts seven minutes, and even less often we actually watch the whole thing, slack-jawed, from start to finish. That, however, is what happened with photographer Roy Two Thousand‘s most recent creation: Lake of Dreams.
The ‘Enter Pyongyang‘ flow-motion hyperlapse by JT Singh and Rob Whitworth debuted to the public two hours ago as of this writing, and already it has over 3,500 upvotes on Reddit and almost half a million views… ON VIMEO!
You’ve got to have sympathy for live news reporters. Weather, animals, and jackasses have it in for them.
In this live webinar we chatted with Pei about her Instagram marketing techniques and tactics, how social media apps like Instagram are changing the photo industry, her experience gaining clients through the app, what to expect while trying to build an audience, and more.
A few days after we featured Brian Nice, he set off on a cross-country trip to photograph the American landscape as seen through the eyes of someone living with a traumatic brain injury. Josh Klatt and Bryan Coppede have made a short film, “The Road Ahead,” about Mr. Nice’s journey.