A short documentary video about Argentinian Photographer Irina Werning incredible “Back to the Future” photography project, where she recreates the scene of an old photo portrait of people, from lighting, background, location, and even clothing.
Irina Werning travels around the world meeting people and searching for particular photos to recreate for her ongoing project. The documentary is created by UK-based filmmaker Jamie Jessett.
Joe McNally likes to take his camera where relatively few professional photographers have been before. He recently made it to the very top of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. He took stunning photos from the highest point of tower, 822.96 Meter high (2,700 Feet) .
McNally took the elevators to the 163rd floor, then he climbed the stairs for about 91.44 Meters (300 feet) to reach the tower section of the building. And then again, he put on a safety harness and climbed straight up a ladder for another 137.16 Meters (450 feet) inside a narrow tube.
The photo below was posted by McNally back in March, on Instagram, and it became popular on the web.
An amazing shot of Jonny Salvador, who works at Burj Khalifa as a high climbing specialist for the buildings maintenance department.
Watch behind the scenes video below to live Joe McNally’s experience at Burj Khalifa.
New York-based photographer Martin Schoeller took portraits of twins, triplets, and quadruplets of all ages side-by-side with matching expressions for his latest book ‘Identical: Portraits Of Twins’. He selected identical siblings from the crowd at the annual Twins Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio.
Schoeller began photographing twins when he was commissioned for National Geographic. He is also best known for his up-close-and-personal portraits featuring a similar backdrop and lighting.
He has photographed dozens of A-list celebrities, including Angelina Jolie, Natalie Portman, Jay Z, Russell Brand, and Robert De Niro.
Find out more about the artist by watching the video below.
Co-host David Prager from Distort, puts himself at risk to get stung in the arm by an emperor scorpion in a super slow motion. They even have a doctor ready, because if anaphylactic shock isn’t treated immediately, the effects can range from mild discomfort to death! Watch the video below.