Murad Osmann and his girlfriend

Russian photographer Murad Osmann continues his amazingly popular project. Together with his girlfriend Nataly Zakharova he travels around the world and captures the gorgeous scenery on camera in a twisted way – showing only the back of Nataly, who holds her boyfriend‘s hand and guides him through wondrous places all around the world.

The two of them started the project in 2011 and keep posting the new photos on Osmann‘s Instagram profile which already has more than 546 k followers. Every picture displays the exceptional cultural and architectural beauties of the locations with Nataly‘s outfits neatly accomponying their theme and emotional vibe.

Source: instagram.com/muradosmann

Magic Baby Photography Project

Anthony Stuart and his lovely and magical wife turned their daughter’s birth into a fun photo shoot opportunity, casting themselves as an adorable magician’s show. He created the Daddy’s Little Prop blog to showcase staged photographs of his daughter and family. In this series, which is called The Magic Show, you can tell that they’re having fun – their smiles and expressions are infectious. At the end of the show, they pull their cute little newborn rabbit out of the hat and pose for the camera.

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Source: Daddy’s Little Prop

The Big List of Documentaries About Photography

Want to watch a non-fiction film about photography? Here’s a list of documentaries (and some other stuff) concerning photography that I’ve collected over the years.

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  • Bring Your Own Doc: A conversation with director Jeff Malmberg about Marwencol – YouTube
  • Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography 2012 – YouTube
  • Henri Cartier-Bresson Interviewed by Charlie Rose – YouTube
  • Inside Media: The President’s Photographer – YouTube
  • James Nares – STREET – Lecture – Vimeo
  • Joel Meyerowitz 1981 Street Photography Program – YouTube
  • Magnum Photos – Earthlings by Richard Kalvar – YouTube
  • Magnum Photos – Personal Best by Elliott Erwitt – YouTube
  • ‪Mark Feeney: “Four Photographers on Three Wheels: William Eggleston’s Tricycle and Before”‬ – YouTube
  • Peter Fraser 2011 talk on his work and workshop assignment – Vimeo
  • Sarah Moon is a Master of Photography (from Contacts) – YouTube

Feel free to suggest any films we’ve left off the list in the comments below.


About the author: Wirjo Hardjono is a photography enthusiast who enjoys finding and watching films about photography. This article originally appeared here.


Image credit: film-reel by eelke dekker, Be Kind Rewind film reel by seafaringwoman

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3D Fashion Photography by Matjaž Tančič

Matjaž Tančič (1982) is a Slovenian photographer of the younger generation, who lives and creates between Beijing and Ljubljana. He began his path as a photojournalist for Mladina magazine, but quickly made his way abroad – Matjaž is a graduate of the London College of Fashion.

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Forget Your Past – Buzludzha, Bulgaria

Timothy Allen brought back some great shots of the abandoned Buzludzha monument in Bulgaria. As you can see from some of the before shots, this monument was quite a sight during it’s Communist heyday. I can’t imagine what it would be like to stand in front of an architectural and artistic work of this scale knowing it’s just sitting there rotting away.

More photos on his site.

How dose the Windows XP default wallpaper scene look now?

Probably most of you know this picture from Windows XP. After all, the OS sold in more than 400 million copies from 2001 until 2006.

Although it looks computer generated, this is an actual photo taken by the American photographer Charles O’Rear in 1996, when he was driving on Highway 121.

Microsoft paid a lot of money for the copyright – it was not made official but it made O’Rear a very rich man.

Here’s how the famous scene looks like in our days: