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The Ocean Brothers recently captured some pretty cool camera tricks underwater in El Hierro, Canary Island, Spain. Using awesome techniques, the underwater activities made the diver look like he was walking on water and getting sucked into a force field. This spectacular display won the World ShootOut 2014 underwater photography competition.
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Based on the photo book by James Mollison, BuzzFeed has put together some of the faces of children and their rooms around the world. It's amazing to see how kids live so differently from each other, some without even a roof over their heads.
We're all guilty of snapping a selfie or two. But there are some people who go way beyond that and that's where "Selfie Rehab" would come in. Check out Just Another Production Production's video where they invite you to put down that smartphone and take a look within yourself, without taking a selfie. (not an actual facility although we think it should be)
It's Burning Man like you've never seen it. This time-lapse from Roy2k is spectacular and even has the people who put together the festival in awe!
When you're a portrait photographer there's only so many ways you can take interesting photos of people's faces. Well, we're going to say photographer Patrick Hall thought outside of the box to accomplish the task with this one. He snapped photos and filmed people's reactions as they were tased with a handheld stun gun. It's incredibly artistic and probably extremely painful for everyone involved, in front of the camera anyway. But it's amusing all the same. Enjoy! Watch the original video here.
This whole selfie trend is getting out of control. One of the pioneers leading this war against shameless self-promoting photos is Jena Kingsley and she's being proactive. Watch as she hits a park in NYC to uphold the "No Selfie Zone" in this prank video.
Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas traveled to the Republic of Congo to explore the Congo Rainforest and he came back with some unbelievable photos of gorillas.
Tyler Grace has been dealing with chronic illnesses that have taken their toll. However, he has found inspiration from the work of photographer Ben Von Wong. The talented artist found out about Grace's passion for his work and decided to make a surprise appearence for his 21st birthday. Von Wong then took Grace on a one-week trip that he will never forget. You may remember Von Wong from his work with the Saving Eliza project. Click here for the entire video of the bonding session between Von Wong and Grace.
Photographer Ben Von Wong means a lot to Tyler Grace. Tyler battles chronic illnesses that he says left him without passion or drive for anything, until he saw Von Wong's work. The artist got word of Tyler's 21st birthday and decided to pay him a visit and take him along a one-week artistic trip of a lifetime! Read more about their adventures here. Click here for the RTM take.
You don't realize how much of a "waste problem" there is in the US until you see the pictures from award-winning photographer Gregg Segal who decided to personify our trash troubles.
"Tech Time" makes you throw your hands in the "ayer, ay, ayer, ayer, ay, ayer!" Because it's awesome! (Sorry... You can blame Flo Rida for that one.) Anyway, this one's all about DIY tips for those who dabble in a little photography.
We all know at least a handful of "addicts" who may greatly benefit from this 12-step program. The first step is admitting you have a problem. If you can own the fact you take entirelty too many selfies, the next step is to talk about it with others who are in your position. As you can see in this sketch by Tripp and Tyler, you're not alone.