Oakland-based Chanell Stone continues to receive recognition for her “Natura Negra” project, which explores the relationship between land, nature and African-Americans in an urban setting. The photos are rich with meaning, and surprising presented as a series of luscious black and white images.
Also in this week’s episode of Vision Slightly Blurred: David Morris captures a “flying ship,” James Crombie photographs a murmuration in the shape of a bird, Titleist hires Johnny FPV to capture a golf ball in flight, and follow-ups on a number of recent stories.
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- A ‘Flying Ship,’ and the Superior Mirage Behind It (via NYT)
- Walker ‘stunned’ to see ship hovering high above sea off Cornwall (via The Guardian)
- Photographer Captures Stunning Bird-Shaped Starling Murmuration (via PetaPixel)
- James Crombie (@inphojames)
- Housing Projects And Empty Lots. How Chanell Stone Is Reframing Nature Photography (via NPR)
- Notes from MoAD: Episode 9 with Chanell Stone and PJ Gubatina Policarpio
- Titleist hires Johnny FPV to drone a golf ball
- Does This Rhino Drone Video Help or Hurt Conservation?
- Judge dismisses lawsuit over slave portraits at Harvard
- Tom Cruise deepfake creator says public shouldn’t be worried about ‘one-click fakes’
- John Mayer spoofs MyHeritage on TikTok
- Oh hey, we’re on dispo. @sarahjake @allen3