Can You Recover Sound From Images?Photography
Is it possible to reconstruct sound from high-speed video images?
GoPro: Tenaya Creek Kayak Run with Dane JacksonPhotography
Dane Jackson takes an epic slide down Tenaya Creek in Yosemite National Park. Check out his run with telemetry as he reaches speeds of 36mph.
What Sperm Whales Can Teach Us About HumanityPhotography
Sperm whales are only at the surface for about 15 or 20 minutes at a time, yet photographer Brian Skerry is able to capture beautiful moments of these giant undersea predators.
What goes into making a Jamie Oliver TV show? | Behind the Scenes.Photography
We sent a camera out to follow Jamie, Gennaro, and all the crew for an episode of Jamie Cooks Italy, just so you guys can see what it's like.
Free Solo 360 | National GeographicPhotography
Immerse yourself in the experience of free solo climbing Yosemite's famous El Capitan alongside Alex Honnold in this breathtaking 360 video.
Cannon Shock Waves in Ultra Slow MotionPhotography
What does a cannon ball look like being shot in super slow motion?
Agoraphobic Traveler | @streetview.portraits // 60 Second DocsPhotography
When Jacqui Kenny was diagnosed with agoraphobia, the fear of leaving home and entering public spaces, she knew she'd never live out her dreams of photographing the world. But with Google Street View she's been able to travel the back roads of the world in places like Mongolia, Senegal, and Chile to become a celebrated photographer. To date she's taken roughly 27,000 screenshots of moments frozen in time, sharing the best ones on her Instagram, @streetview.portraits.
Why men and women take selfies differentlyPhotography
How you take selfies is all to do with evolution, according to a study by an evolutionary psychologist.
Why people never smiled in old photosPhotography
Early portraits looked pretty grim. A lot of old photos from the 19th and early 20th century are fraught with doom and gloom-and on the occasion the literal dead face. That led to the popular belief that people just did not smile in old photographs. The common explanation is due to the limited technology at the time to capture a smile. Exposure times were long and the thinking was it's easier to hold a serious expression over a long period. Another theory included early photography being heavily influenced by painting (which meant no smiling).
This Is Not What Space Looks LikePhotography
Amazing images of the far reaches of the universe are everywhere, but are they accurate? What does space really look like?
Great Big StoryPhotography
Great Big Story is a video network dedicated to the untold, overlooked and flat-out amazing. Humans are capable of incredible things and Great Big Story is here to tell them all.
Images of Our Changing EarthPhotography
Amazing before and after satellite images taken from the International Space Station show how quickly our dynamic, but fragile planet can change.
GoPro: Creating Fire Rain - A Steel Wool ExperimentPhotography
Rob Nelson and Jonas Stenstom from Untamed Science take us through the process of using steel wool and long exposure to create a fire rain photo.
Freezing soap bubbles at -15 celsiusPhotography
My name is Pablo Zaluska and I'm a photographer and videographer living in Warsaw, Poland. An inspiration for this session was a conversation with my 3-year-old daughter while dressing up to go out. Post
Literacy Through Photography for English-Language LearnersPhotography
The use of photographs provides a novel way to engage in analyzing text. Students can verbally describe their observations, ideas, and analysis in addition to listening to the ideas of their classmates. Students are able to practice the needed for processing and organizing their thoughts in order to be ready to write about them.
A portrait session with a twistPhotography
A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what's in front of it.
NASA | Thermonuclear ArtPhotography
It's always shining, always ablaze with light and energy. In the ubiquity of solar output, Earth swims in an endless tide of particles. Every time half of the Earth faces the Sun, we experience the brightness of daytime, the Sun's energy and light driving weather, biology and more.
I Have OCD. This Is What It's Like to Be in My Mind for 3 Minutes.Photography
For those who wonder what it's like to have OCD. It's not just being very organized.
Behind the scenes of my recent meerkat photography project in Botswana.
Nikon coolpix P900 83x optical zoomPhotography
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8 Ways 3D Scanning is Poised to Change EducationPhotography
The learning process is about to take on a new dimension. The introduction of new 3D cameras and 3D scanning and printing devices are coming closer to classrooms than ever before.