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With the invention of the digital camera, photography has become an accessible art form for so many people. This means that haunting, dazzling, unbelievable, amazing and thought provoking images are springing up all over the world, every day. Here we curate the best – analogue or digital. Prepare to be wowed.

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One quirky mum staged her own family photographs which resulted in hilarious snaps

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Thursday 13 November 2014

Take one mum, a clever idea and some basic photo skills and you’ve got yourself a set of viral snaps that will take the Internet by storm. New York City photographer Susan Copich’s latest photo series, Domestic Bliss, is a fun and quirky way of looking at motherhood and the role of women in the family.

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The beauty of the European countryside, just before sunrise

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Thursday 13 November 2014

The air is still and quietness is all around. You look into the distance. The fog is slowly rolling over the mountains. The sun is awakening. Nope, this isn’t just a dream, and no you haven’t died and gone to Heaven. This is Europe, right before the sun rises. Photographer Kilian Schoenberger took these snaps across the continent, with pictures taken in Germany, Austria, France, and the Czech Republic.

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This guy was asked to babysit a plant for four days: looks like he took it pretty seriously!

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By Nicole Hughes in New Photography on Wednesday 12 November 2014

Your co-worker you asks: ‘Hey! Can you watch babysit my plant? I’m going out of town for four days. It’ll need some TLC.’ What do you do? Water it, give it sunlight, talk to it, take it on walks. That’s exactly what this IT guy did AND he photographed the entire experience.

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The Co-Create Series: Michael Corridore’s photography inspired by condemned buildings turned into awesome sculptures

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By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Monday 10 November 2014

For the Co-Create series, we’ve invited six of Australia’s most talented creative talents to produce original work exclusively for Lost At E Minor inspired by some of their favourite posts on the site and using only the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. In this installment, Cannes Gold Lion winning photographer, Michael Corridore, took inspiration from a two-faced Chimera cat. These are his words about the creative process. [See Michael’s three other Co-Create pieces here, here, and here]

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Supermodel Coco Rochas executes 1000 poses in 3 days and show us why she is ‘Queen of the Pose’

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By Kenny Ong in New Photography on Saturday 8 November 2014

This will make the purrfect Christmas gift for your model wannabe niece. Supermodel Coco Rocha has collaborated with photographer Steven Sebring to launch a 2,000-page tome published by HarperCollins called The Study of Pose. Known as the Queen of the Pose, Rocha executed some 1,000 poses which were shot from 100 angles by 100 cameras arranged in a circle around her.

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Hamsters become bartenders and gravestone sellers in these dioramas

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Friday 7 November 2014

After a long day of managing grave sites, cemetery worker ‘Kawanabesatou’ goes to his favorite bar for a drink – albeit a tiny bar, and one that is managed by a hamster! In his spare time, ‘Kawanabesatou’ turns his pet hamsters into little bartenders by placing them in dioramic scenes. Here, it appears they are […]

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Woman gets old museum paintings to take selfies

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Thursday 6 November 2014

Everyone’s taking selfies nowadays, even paintings! Denmark-based designer Olivia Muus decided to amuse herself while on a trip to the museum by taking selfies. Not of herself, but of people in old portraits.

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Organized library shelves get the abstract treatment

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Wednesday 5 November 2014

First there was food porn. Then there was Village Porn. Now, for the literary, library folks, there seems to be book porn. Courtesy of photographer Danae Falliers, this kind of book porn captures the colour and organization of library shelves.

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Teddy bears turned inside out are a bit disturbing

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Tuesday 4 November 2014

You can thank Brooklyn-based photographer and artist Kent Rogowski for ruining your childhood. In his series ‘Bears’, Rogowski flipped cute and cuddly teddy bears inside out, revealing their components – or should I say ‘innards’.

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Antarctica from a very different angle, by Gray Malin

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Monday 3 November 2014

Antarctica has never looked so serene and beautiful in Gray Malin’s photo series, Antarctica: The White Continent. Though, while looking at these images, you’ll be struck by something that doesn’t quite belong on the icy landscape.

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The Co-Create Series: Michael Corridore’s photography inspired by a two-faced Chimera cat

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By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Monday 3 November 2014

For the Co-Create series, we’ve invited six of Australia’s most talented creative talents to produce original work exclusively for Lost At E Minor inspired by some of their favourite posts on the site and using only the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. In this installment, Cannes Gold Lion winning photographer, Michael Corridore, took inspiration from a two-faced Chimera cat. These are his words about the creative process. [See Michael’s first Co-Create piece here]

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Mums capture the ridiculousness of stock photos with spot-on captions

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Saturday 1 November 2014

The problem with stock photos is that they often portray images that are not in touch with reality. For instance, parenting stock photos show that kids are always well behaved, that babies are vomit – and tantrum-free, and that parents are not at their wit’s end after having children. Real parents, however, would immediately disagree. […]

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What goes better together than scary costumes and surfing? Nothing, that’s what

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By Milo Sumner in New Photography on Saturday 1 November 2014

As Halloween approaches people’s excitement levels begin to rise worldwide. The internet becomes clogged with shared images of potential outfits and every shop gets a completely makeover to keep with the theme. We shouldn’t be surprised then, that there is such a thing as a Halloween Surf Contest.

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Baby goes on fun adventures every time his dad doodles on him

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Friday 31 October 2014

Even before he could walk or talk, he’s already flown to space, gone skydiving, and even played Quidditch. What have you done today? Newly-born baby Khoi goes on different adventures from the comfort of his crib, thanks to his creative dad’s doodles. In one photo, you’ll see him dressed as Hulk Hogan, in another he’s a samurai, and in another he’s suddenly Thor.

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The Co-Create Series: Michael Corridore’s photography inspired by a giant pencil lamp

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By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Friday 31 October 2014

For the Co-Create series, we’ve invited six of Australia’s most talented creative talents to produce original work exclusively for Lost At E Minor inspired by some of their favourite posts on the site and using only the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. In this installment, Cannes Gold Lion winning photographer, Michael Corridore, took inspiration from these illustrations in a a giant pencil lamp. These are his words about the creative process.

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