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Short Film: In the Eye of the Whale

This short documentary directed by Kate Miller chronicles the progress of photographer Bryant Austin’s efforts to capture our world’s largest mammal in a way never before attempted. Rather than using the industry standard fish-eye lens Austin photographs the whales with a fifty megapixel portrait lens, the final result being an undistorted ‘real’ view of these magnificent creatures.

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Mikihiko Kyobashi

Beautiful ethereal photography from Mikihiko Kyobashi. Amazing website as well, one of the few where sound adds an extra element to the experience rather than detracting from it.

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Virtual Tour of New York

What an amazing use of technology! Pixelcase, an Australian company specialising in hi-definition virtual tours have put up this excellent aerial tour of New York.

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I Took Photos

I Took Photos is a nice little photo blog depicting images of suburban and rural Australia.

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Magdalena Bors

I’m not really sure how to define, Magdalena Bors’ work. Amazing sculptures depicting fantastic landscapes, created from everyday objects that can be found in the home.

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Humus

Humus is a long standing e-zine showcasing some great work in the fields of art, design, motion, illustration, literature, photography and more. Currently at issue 12 it’s definitely worth checking out for a rather interesting diversion.

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Kalle Gustafsson

Swedish photographer Kalle Gustafsson has one of the best photographic portfolios I’ve seen for a long time.

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