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Those who yearn for a little more depth to their cloud photographs should take a look at the 3D photography of Luc de Rop, a member from Sinaai, Belgium. Finally, something worthwhile to look at with those silly glasses that you saved from the backContinue Reading
Every cloudspotter should be familiar with the sage words of the english Victorian art critic, John Ruskin, so we have put up an excerpt from ‘Modern Painters’ in which he wonders, as do we, why people don't look up moreContinue Reading
March 13th sees building work begin on the Italian Government’s Congress Centre in Rome. Suspended in the centre of the new building, which is designed by the Roman architect, Massimiliano Fuksas, will be an enormous ‘cloud’ made of teflon. The cloud will glow from within,Continue Reading
Wilson A. Bentley, attracted world attention with his pioneering work in the area of photomicrography, most notably his extensive work with snow crystals (commonly known as snowflakes). By adapting a microscope to a bellows camera, and years of trial and error, he became the firstContinue Reading
We have recently seen a sneak preview of a new photography book called 'Recognize' by Glen E. Friedman. Legendary photographer, Glen E. Friedman, made his name in the 1980s photographing the likes of the Beastie Boys (when they were just an emerging talent) and the creamContinue Reading
We were sent a book called 'Wind Blown Clouds' compiles by Alec Findlay. With it, he sent the following message: 'Since 1999 I have run an artist participation project titled Wind Blown Clouds, collecting slide photos from around the globe.I am about to publish a 228Continue Reading
Ever looked out the window and wished you knew the name of the clouds looking back at you? Of course you have. Well, help is at hand – in the form of The Skywatcher's Cloud Chart. With photographs and captions by John A Day, author of TheContinue Reading