Technology is a large part of our lives and is often represented in stock media. Here’s why we should be including more visuals of women and tech on Mother’s Day.
Author: Tara Campbell
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While Pride celebrations play a key role in amplifying the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community, it’s important that the media and content creators come together and evaluate the work that still needs to be done to achieve social, economic, and legal equality.
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In his latest Stocksy series, “R-G-B Trichromy“, Alaska-based photographer Young Kim manipulates movement to capture the Bering Sea in a new light. “The trichromy process is perfect for capturing a single moment while also emphasizing the ever flowing circumstances surrounding that instance,” Kim reflects.
Shot with a medium format Mamiya 7 II on black and white Ilford Delta 400 film, Kim’s red, green and blue filter composites represent the full colour spectrum, transforming coastlines into psychedelic seascapes