This is how future generations will remember us as people of the early 21st century. Take a moment to reflect on the conflicts, triumphs, and world changing moments all of us have witnessed together in the past 14 years. Here is a selection of some great photography that captured some iconic moments. For the full list of 100 photos, go to Distractify.
Dan Rubin is a photographer who started mocking the ever growing trend of selfies by having random pedestrians pose with a face of a celebrity in front of them. The end result is some really cool pictures and maybe even a new trend, you decide which trend you follow, is it a ‘Phonie’ or a ‘Selfie’? Have a look at some snapshots to help you decide
Weird and wonderful images from the past.
Carl Warner was born in Liverpool, England in 1963.
The ‘Foodscapes’ are created in Carl’s London studio where they are built on top of a large purpose built triangular table top. The scenes are photographed in layers from foreground to background and sky as the process is very time consuming and so the food quickly wilts under the lights. Each element is then put together in post production to achieve the final image.
“Although I’m very hands on with my work, I do use model makers and food stylists to help me create the sets. I tend to start with a drawing which I sketch out in order to get the composition worked out, this acts as a blue print for the team to work to.”
Enjoy Carl Warner’s Foodscapes!
Martin’s key interest is man’s relationship to (other) animals. Although his imagery is sometimes dark – capturing the way in which we silence, control or distance ourselves from other animals – his pictures strive for a subtle humour. Martin lives and works in London. He studied philosophy and psychology and then 3D animation before finally settling on photography. He is currently spending a year to see how many animals he can save in 365 days.
Via: Martin Usborne