I know, the screencaps I so lovingly slapped together wound up looking like shit and offer little to no explanation of what's going on. That was my bad. Basically, photographers took a whole bunch of cameras, mounted them on a long horizontal platform, then had them all snap shots at the same time so they could be stitched together into a pannable shot of a surfer frozen in the middle of a trick. F***, I'm not doing a very good job at explaining this -- just hit the jump to watch the videos. They're pretty cool. What would be even cooler? If sharks went extinct so I can learn how to surf.
Note: Very worthwhile 16-picture gallery after the jump.
This is gallery of photographs by and all featuring Natsumi Hayashi, a Tokyo teenager who takes hundreds of pictures of herself jumping until she captures just the right one where, instead of jumping, it looks like she's... / Continue →
This is an awesome series of photographs (and behind the scenes shots) by Geekologie Reader and photographer/designer David Reeves. He cuts little silhouettes out of paper, then varies their distance from his lens to create some really beautiful scenes. He even did some creep... / Continue →
As a pathetic man-child who's no stranger to passing out drunk on the bathroom floor, I've gotten an ant's eye view of the room on several occasions. Some weeks more days than not. But enough about my debilitating life-coping mechanisms, this is a series of photographs by Mic... / Continue →