life:

Dancers photographed from above with a Polaroid SX-70 camera, 1972. See more photos here.
(Co Rentmeester—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

life:

Dancers photographed from above with a Polaroid SX-70 camera, 1972. See more photos here.

(Co Rentmeester—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

(Source: arighe)

intentandoseringeniero:

Este pequeño vídeo de 30 segundos está compuesto por 3000 fotos que capturan 3000 gotas de agua utilizadas como lentes para ver la animación del fondo :D

(Source: catallenas)

republicx:

Surreal photography by Chema Madoz

Chema Madoz was born in Madrid in 1958 and was a pupil of Javier Valhonrat in the photography workshops of the Fine Arts Academy of Madrid. He studied History of Art at the Complutense University of Madrid at the same time as attending photography courses at the Image Teaching Centre. His first individual exhibition was in Madrid in 1983, at the Royal Photographic Society of Madrid. Since 1990 he has been developing the concept of objects, a subject which would appear constantly in his photography until the present. Madoz’s work approaches the genre of transient sculpture. They are characterised by complete simplicity, always in black and white, with careful lighting and the objects photographed are made with exquisite skill. via