A compilation of double exposures, an accidental phenomenon no longer possible with digital cameras. As well as the unintentional displayed here (though the first picture is debatable, and the saxophonist too), it was a common practise to use double exposures to create what became known as “Spirit Photographs”. One of the most prolific of the spirit photographers was a man named William Hope, whose startling images you can see in our post “The Spirit Photographs of William Hope”.
Selection from a set of 30 lithographs by the Russian painter Issachar Ber Ryback, dating mostly from 1917 and published in a book in 1922, depicting scenes of Ryback's home village in Ukraine before it was destroyed in the pogroms following World War I. …Continued
Today the Oxford Dictionaries announced their word of the year for 2013 to be “selfie”, which they define as “a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website.” Although the rampant proliferation of the technique is …Continued