more than 30.000 followers on our Facebook page!

more than 30.000 followers on our Facebook page!

We’ve been liked by more than 30.000 followers on our Facebook page!

Thank you so much for all your support over the years, especially during 2013 which proved to be one of the most challenging in BLUR’s history. At the start of 2013 we had only 8.000 fans, a buggy server and couldn’t handle the stress of our growing fanbase. A year later we’re stronger than ever, with a whopping 375% yearly growth! The fact that we’ve been able to promote exceptional photographers worldwide to such a fast growing audience without delays, while switching servers and building a new website makes us really proud. We even switched from a quartely to a bi-monthly publication schedule, which means we now have to go through a lot more photographs every month to maintain a quality selection. It’s a lot of work for a small non-profit organization, but you guys make it all worth it. Thanks for putting up with our quirks and the occasional error, thanks for sending us so many letters and e-mails (and sorry if we sometimes don’t reply, we’re working on improving that!) and thanks for spreading the word about the amazing photography we’re discovering every two months. Read more…

Photo of the month | December | Editors’ Choice

Photo of the month | December | Editors’ Choice

BLUR 34 Photo of the month by Felicia Simion

Author: Felicia Simion
Country: Romania
Web: https://www.facebook.com/felicia.simion.photography
Photo: Boundless
Issue: BLUR 34

The photo was taken one year ago somewhere in the Carpathian mountains of Romania. I used a Canon 7D with a 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 lens and the help of two other persons to hold the chair and help with the camera. It was later edited in Photoshop CS3. Read more…

The Polaroid Museum Project

Most museums are founded by a few wealthy donors who believe in an idea and want to make all the decisions. When we set out to design The Polaroid Museum that traditional arrangement didn’t feel true to our brand. We’ve always put cameras in the hands of the people, allowing them to instantly capture and share memories, and so we wanted to crowdsource our founding body, establishing that authentic connection to the people and the social experience. We’ve come to Indiegogo to find our founders.

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-polaroid-museum-project

 

http://www.polaroidfotobar.com/

https://www.facebook.com/polaroid.fotobar