Showing posts from December, 2012

Breathtaking Photos of Dogs in Snow

Dogs and Puppies always look very cute and funny especially when they are jumping, running or just plain frolicking in the snow. Although taking some beautiful shot of pugs can be so fun, but it’s not that easy. You need to be patient and to do lot of tricks to get a shot which can make you really happy. We've already posted about Cute and Funny Dogs which have received lot of appreciation from our visitors all around.

Our today post is also about Dogs and Puppies but this time doing some hilarious activities in the snow. Have a look!

Recreation of Old Movie Scenes in their Exact Locations

Christopher Moloney is a talented journalist and photographer, running a blog on Tumblr with the title of FILMography. The purpose of this Photoblog is to recreate and present old movie scenes into their original settings, "Film + Photography = FILMography." Moloney first try to find out the setting in which movie was actually filmed while using printouts of selected movie stills. After that, he prominently holds up the old movie image as a layer against the new and exciting Present-day location.
It is really an outstanding project by Moloney for which he has travel across the world with few black and white film stills to get few challenging shoots. Christopher Moloney has bring a new life to the classic moments of some popular comedy films also including Maid in Manhattan, Baby Mama, The Thomas Crown Affair, Annie Hall and Ghostbusters. Hopefully you will enjoy these colorful present setting of old movie scenes.Take a look!
  25th Hour, 2002
American Psycho (2000)
Baby Mama, 20…

Inspiring Paper-Cut Silhouettes By David A. Reeves

David A. Reeves is a 28 year old student studying photography at NSCAD University in Halifax, NS. He is a native of Rhode Island and love to write about music, photograph and design to provide something which is mostly geek related. David is much inspired by single-player video games, film, and tacos. He has shown a great passion in making fun paper-cut silhouettes and enjoying it. Take a look at his brilliant work and share your comments with us.