A Night in Sweden’s Treehotel
In a remote part of Swedish Lapland, tucked away in a forest just south of the Arctic Circle, are the most stylish tree houses in the world. The Treehotel in Harads, Sweden, has five unique “treerooms” all elevated 4-6 meters above ground: The Cabin, The Mirrorcube, The Bird’s Nest, The Blue Cone, and The UFO. Each room was designed by one of Scandinavia’s leading architects with custom-designed furniture, lighting, and fabrics.
The idea behind the Treehotel is to create a space that gives people a chance to “experience nature amongst the tree-tops, while also providing a uniquely designed housing experience.” Want to see more? Check out photos Instagrammers have taken there by visiting the Treehotel location page.
Thomas Barbèy’s surrealist photos are a combination of sandwiching negatives, planning double-exposures, or re-photographing collaged photos.
Most of his photos were shot with either a Mamiya RB67 or a Canon AE-1.
Put this in a studio STAT. How cool is this for a photo backdrop?
Film Roll Salt and Pepper Shakers
Millions of Lomographs have been uploaded over the year but only a handful will stick into our minds.
Those Lomographs are the ones we just can’t resist but like, comment, and share; our simplest ways of showing appreciation. And this 2012, 15 Lomographs have stood out in our Community and they are 2012’s most popular photos uploaded. Definitely breath taking! Cheers!
The first ‘Polaroid Fotobar’ store, which is set to open in Florida next month, will allow in-store customers to wirelessly transmit the images stored on their smartphone or tablet to a bar-top workstation. From here, the photos can be edited to fix red-eye or alter the contrast and brightness. A number of filters will also be available, presumably to help users get that vintage, “analogue feel” if they haven’t done so already using an app such as Snapseed or Instagram.
This looks like fun!
The new Instagram terms of service has everyone in an uproar.
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