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Maine Lobster Festival
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Every year, thousands of people flock to Rockland, Maine, for the Maine Lobster Festival, where there are games, rides, and plenty of lobster! One of the highlights of the festival is the Great International Lobster Crate Race, where contestants from all around the world compete to see who can run across the most lobster crates before falling into the cold ocean water.
Artist Sofie Bird Møller (b. 1974) lives and works in Berlin.
(from the series ‘Las Rudas’, acrylic paint on page from catalogue, 2011)
The young Danish artist Sofie Bird Møller is known for her work with fashion advertisements. The advertisements are torn out from well-known fashion magazines and with precision but also decided violence Sofie Bird Møller has painted over the models in the advertisements so they appear as abstract forms and so the painted shapes partly obscure what lies underneath. Anthropomorphic figures are suggested by thick, lush brushstrokes that have been laid over models striking elegant poses. The texture and viscosity of the paint are suggestive of naked flesh, even muscle tissue, meat.
Photos: Fire at Bay Area Chevron Refinery
A fire at a Chevron refinery in Richmond, California has sent up a five-mile plume of smoke, prompting a Bay Area notice for nearby residents to close windows and switch off air conditioning units.
Witnesses reported explosions around 6:30 p.m. PDT, but the cause of the explosions is not yet known. There have not yet been reports of injuries.
How I Shoot: Macro Nature Photos with @rickyohead
Camera: iPhone 4, with Olloclip macro lens
Vantage Point: Bug’s-eye view, very close to the subject. Crawling in the grass, peeking under a leaf, on my tippy toes to reach a flower — whatever it takes to capture a unique perspective.
Shooting: Public parks and preserves are best, but nature is everywhere if you look carefully. Lighting is key. Early morning is great because of the strong, warm colors and opportunity to get a sharp, backlit shot. For bugs, be patient and don’t be afraid of the critters you find. If they fly away when you approach, they usually land close by. To create depth, try shooting from the side, as opposed to straight down.
Editing: I don’t like to alter a macro nature photo after it’s been taken. All the details and imperfections make it real. The square 1:1 Instagram crop is a great opportunity to frame creatively. On rare occasions, I’ll apply the Instagram Lux filter to add vibrancy and contrast.