Did you guys know there is a Gizmodo subdomain where you can go for all things photographic? Yep! It's called Reframe, and it's where you'll find additional coverage of gear, techniques, news, and all kinds of great stuff related to the crafts of photography and videography.
Been watching season two of House of Cards? The answer is yes. So you know how beautiful the cinematography is. In an interview with Go Creative, the Igor Martinovic, the show's cinematographer tells how he crafted the show's unique visual style.
The interaction of unexpected materials can really mess with your senses, whether through color or texture—or both. That's definitely the case with photographer Kim Keever's colorific photos of billowing pigment plumes.
Looking at the landscape photography of Laura Plageman, it can take a minute to get your bearings on what's going on. Her technique of manipulating prints then rephotographing them not only plays tricks on your eyes, but might leave you questioning the nature of photography altogether.
Getty Images is one of the world's premiere sources for amazing photos. But if you don't have the money to pay licensing fees, you can't use the images. Well now, Getty is making its photos embeddable.
How do you go about creating an iconic and awe-inspiring photograph from the tallest building in America? If you're TIME, you climb right to the top and set up a 360-degree interactive panorama using not one but 567 images of NYC in all its glory
If you watch True Detective, these photos might strike a haunting chord, but rest assured, they are merely tree stands erected by hunters in the forests of Bavaria.