Just Follow The Path, It Will Get You Somewhere

David Ruiz Luna is not a professional photographer, just a guy who likes to travel around the world and take photos of his trips. He just happens to end in some amazing landscapes — sometimes breathtaking, sometimes alien-looking, always a reminder that I should get off this sofa right now.


How Photos Were Made Through History, From Daguerreotypes To Digital 

Making a photograph today is a matter of pressing a button and letting a bunch of electronics do their thing. Before that we had film, and before film we had even more cumbersome processes. Did you know that making photographs once involved materials like egg-whites, asphalt and platinum? Watch these videos to hear and see how the magic of photography came to be.


Watch The Most Detailed Video Ever Captured

What do you do when you want to show off a 4K TV? What about 8K? You use a $50,000-plus specialised digital still camera, find yourself a beautiful setting, and spend hours upon hours capturing a time-lapse video in 10K. Then you spend just as much time editing it, to show off the full extent of the detail hidden within those images. This is possibly the most detailed and most fascinating video that has been captured by a digital sensor up until now.


Goddesses Materialising Out Of Nowhere

Oliver Oettli says that he usually doesn’t do stuff like his Power Winds photo series but these photos became his most well known project. And rightly so. They feel magical, as if these women were supernatural beings. No digital tricks here: Photoshop was only used to adjust colour and contrast.


Spectacular Live Fire Photos Taken By An F-18 Weapons Trainer Officer

Lieutenant Chris Nigus sent us these series of spectacular photos taken while flying on missions during the last couple of years of his deployment in Japan. Above you can see him flying low level in Japan’s Orange Route. Some of them show weapons firing from his F/A-18E Super Hornet.


This Timelapse Of Dubai Is The Dubai Of Timelapses

Remember when timelapses first started hitting the internet? Simple sunsets over the word’s greatest cities were enough to enthral. This over-the-top time lapse of Dubai is a perfect reflection of its very subject: opulent, excessive, awe-inducing.


GoPro Hero4 Black And Silver Review: Still The Best Action Cams

You know how people call every kind of facial tissue “Kleenex,” even if it’s technically from another brand? These days, GoPro is practically synonymous with action cameras. I can’t use any other action cam without someone asking me, “Is that a GoPro?” But there’s a damn good reason why GoPro is on top of the world.


Panasonic LX100 Review: A Small Camera So Good At So Many Things

The Panasonic LX100 might just be the best small camera ever made.


Good Night, San Francisco

San Francisco isn’t Gotham. That’s New York (or Chicago if you want to be wrong). San Francisco is too colourful, too weird, too positive and too future friendly to be the dark and gritty Gotham City. But Toby Harriman stripped the colour of SF in this timelapse, and the city by the bay looks pretty good when things go dark.


This Camera Is Going To Hell And Will Send Us Pictures

European Space Agency engineers are going where no human will ever go. They have put a camera inside an automated spacecraft full of garbage (including sewage) to see what will happen during its reentry into Earth’s atmosphere this weekend.