Digital Art Photography Blog | Smith Journal

The digital revolution has left little room for film. But in parts of West Africa, photographers armed with dated cameras still manage to make a living.

The Overview Effect: A Visual Guide

Tuesday November 29, 2016

Want to see the world like the astronauts do? These photos from Benjamin Grant’s new book give us the big picture.

The Abandoned Toilets of London

Monday November 28, 2016

When you gotta go, you gotta go. But you can't go here.

Little Falconers

Monday November 21, 2016

Forget mucking around on Facebook – these kids spend their spare time training birds of prey.

The Large Dangerous Rocket Ship Club

Tuesday November 15, 2016

They had us at ‘large’, ‘dangerous’ and ‘rocket ship’. 

Roads to Nowhere

Wednesday November 09, 2016

Forget the road less travelled – these roads can’t be travelled at all. Which just makes them all the more intriguing. 

Where Hunting Dogs Rest

Saturday November 05, 2016

Some Spanish hunting dogs face a grim future once hunting season is over. In his quest to document their plight, photographer Martin Usborne did something unusual – he retraced the steps of a 17th-century painter. 

When NASA Went to Iceland

Wednesday November 02, 2016

We can’t think of a more perfect location for simulating an alien landscape. Apparently neither could NASA. Matthew Broadhead's photos explain the American agency's connection to the small island.

The Twisted Trees of New Zealand

Monday October 31, 2016

Slope Point, New Zealand, is so windy, its trees all end up – you guessed it – constantly sloping.

It’s a big call to make, but we’re pretty sure this phenomena-packed picture can’t be topped.

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