So weve been working on a project for the last while. To me personally, this is a BIG project. Probably the largest thus far of my photography career, and its not even a photo-shoot. Along with the usual workload at 2D Photography Inc., weve been secretly (somewhat) working on this Rube Goldberg Machine for nearly six months give or take. Some of you may have guessed what we were up to from our teasers but hopefully it was still a surprise.
Its been a while since the idea came to me in late November, 2010. We started construction on it in January and while there have been a lot of delays, weve essentially just worked our butts off to get this thing shot. So without any further adieu.. here it is!!
You're right but it's still pretty sad that everyone knows about the Red Bull Stratos jump and almost no one cares about Curiosity. People these days only care about things that are considered awesome while real scientific advancement is boring until it's used in the next big consumer product. I think that's what Tyson is annoyed, but maybe I'm wrong.
Scenes From World War II Photoshopped Onto Today's Streets
She got the idea for her project, "Ghost of History," a few years ago when she found some old negatives at a flea market in Amsterdam, where she lives. "I was very curious about these mysterious photos and wanted to find out who took them and where. So I started to walk around Amsterdam and made photos in the same spot where the old photos were made and combined them on the computer."