Let's face it, doing things by the rule book just isn't internet worthy, but on the other hand, when you decide to throw safety out the window, things get a lot crazier. For example, this group of people thought pushing a couch out the second story window would be a great idea, and we may not know the entire story, but this internet user captured at least one frame for the world to see. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Sometimes, you just come across things that are slightly out of place, and the longer you look at them, the more infuriating things get. For example, this person just so happened to sit behind a passenger who apparently didn't know that their headphones were worn over his folded ear, or just wanted a slightly muffled sound. Continue reading to see more slightly infuriating things captured by internet users. Click here for a few bonus images.
Niko, creative director at production studio Corridor Crew, has managed to create a functional camera made from a real potato. After finding the perfect specimen, he then crafted a light-sealed chamber with 3D modeling and printing to insert into the potato. Next, he set the lens to f/11 and then used a DSLR to determine the shutter speed length should be at ISO 100. Last, but not least, the film was loaded into the inner potato chamber. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Most know photobombing as the act of purposely putting oneself into the view of a photograph, often in order to play a practical joke on the photographer or the subjects. Sometimes, this occurs unintentionally, such as this horse, standing behind two police officers, who just so happens to also be ridiculously photogenic. Continue reading for more strange and funny examples of unexpected photobombs.
Have you ever been to a museum or art gallery and wondered how some of the characters in classical paintings would fare in the modern world? If so, then Brazilian artist Gabriel Nardelli Araujo has created a series, called "The Canvas Project", just for you. Simply put, he uses high-resolution images of classical paintings and then merged the figures with modern photos using Photoshop. Continue reading for more examples and information.
Marvel fans may have to wait a year for the next installment of The Avengers, but that hasn't stopped artist Steven Vasilev, also known as Zaptio on Instagram, from creating a unique Gucci-themed Infinity Gauntlet. Now this is something that we could picture Thanos wearing, complete with all six Infinity Stones, and of course the iconic Gucci monogram print emblazoned under each stone and around the wrist area. Continue reading for a 2-hour-long video of the full story behind Marvel's Infinity Gauntlet.
Self-cut systems are nothing new, but this person took things to the next level, with his DSLR connected to an external display setup. All things aside, it may not work for all types of haircuts, but if your goal is to just give yourself a simple buzz, this definitely does the trick. That is just one of the many clever, yet simple, ideas that people have come up with to solve everyday problems, or at least enhance them. Continue reading to see more.
For those who don't already know, "Distracted Boyfriend," also known as "Man Looking at Other Woman," is basically a stock photo series in which a man looks at another woman walking by while his romantic partner looks on disapprovingly. However, Charlie Chaplin may have created the meme long before the internet noticed. Continue reading to see where the still frame was captured from in Chaplin's 1922 silent film "Pay Day".
Mathieu Stern is a photographer who thinks outside the box, and his latest project is definitely no exception. Put simply, he used a 3D printer to created a lens that is shaped like an eyeball. "If the model of the camera lens is the human eyeball, why not reverse the process and create a camera lens in the shape of a human eyeball," said Stern. To make it fully-functional, a viewfinder part from a microscope was used to focus light through the single-element lens, and then a 3D modeling program designed the lens before the printing process. Continue reading for a video, two sample images taken with the lens, and more information.
You don't need the best camera to take breathtaking, sometimes shocking, photographs, simply being at the right place and time is all that's required. For example, this person's mom managed to capture a lightning striking a rainbow with their cell phone. It might have looked even better with a DSLR, but this is still a once-in-a-lifetime photograph nonetheless. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.