What Would You Be Willing to Sacrifice?
by Trent Gilliss, senior editor
"This project isn’t about making images. It’s not about creating the world’s largest camera. It’s about doing what you love. If you had been searching your whole life for something you love, what would you be willing to sacrifice?" ~Ian Ruhter, from Silver & Light
I can’t remember watching something so heartbreakingly gorgeous, unswerving in its emotional sway, inspirational to the point of forcing me to wonder about my current station in life. What am I doing here?
(h/t Chris Heagle)
Photography lovers have been enamored with National Geographic since its inception over 125 years ago. Recently the magazine created the “National Geographic Found Tumblr”, where they’re uploading tons of unseen photographs from over the years.
Be careful though, you might find yourself scrolling for days through this incredible archive of vintage photos.
via Pop Photo
While the Internet has been a success for photo sharing, there aren’t many services that aggregate all of your photos from each social network. That’s where Everpix comes in. The free service lets your link your various social networks, and then see a beautiful gallery of the photos from each. Nifty eh?
via Pop. Photo
ithoughtyouwereblack asked: Congratulations, Tim. We are the oldest people on Tumblr. Glad you looked me up! I have an ACTUAL Tumblr friend :)
i know, right? tumblr is strange like that.
The Rub - Fader Mix http://www.thefader.com/2013/06/18/fader-mix-the-rub
Camilla Catrambone’s shows us her family members not by having them sit in front of her camera, but by laying out the things of special significance to each one.
Tells a story, right?