Photos from a high-diving competition near the town of Gjakova, Kosovo on July 31, 2016.
The day in photos from around the world.
July 22 Photo Brief: Santas take to the streets, international protests continue, the countdown to the Royal baby
Santas take to the streets, international protests continue, the countdown to the Royal baby and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Photos included may depict violence and/or injury.
A fleet of Santas march through Manhattan for America’s 110th Annual Sidewalk Santa Parade, animal rights activist in Vienna simulate medical tests, a naked man brings central London traffic to a standstill by climbing to the top of the statue of Prince George outside the Ministry of Defence and more in today’s daily brief.
If the Olympics reinforced anything, it’s our addiction to the animated gif — everyone from journalists to pop culture enthusiasts created them to add a little drama and pizazz in reporting the Games this year. Elspeth Reeve from The Atlantic provided a gif guide to “how the U.S. Team crushed the Russians,” meanwhile Buzzfeed highlighted the “most absurd moments of the Olympic Opening Ceremony” and Mashable presented “the most painful moments of the Olympics” via gifs.
We claim to be no pros, but here we add our own to the Olympics animated gif mix from the hurdles to weightlifting and even a First Lady Michelle Obama reaction, using photos and the power of layers and animation in Photoshop.
Torrential rains in the Philippines cause flood waters to reach 6.5 feet (2 meters) high, the competition at the Summer Olympic Games stays strong, a German art installation of equine excrement plops down in front of a museum in Berlin and more in today’s daily brief.
Typhoon Saola hits the Philippines, praying for peace in Congo and more Olympic moments in today’s daily brief.
The Darkroom highlights the art of motion by featuring some of the best experimental photography being taken at the 2012 Olympics in London. Weightlifting, canoeing and badminton are a few of the latest sports to be added to the creative series below.
The following gallery highlights the use of multiple exposures, fish-eye lenses and extended exposures in creating artistic sports shots.