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Taking quality photographs is one thing, but building your own wooden camera? Now that’s skill. On a recent trip to Afghanistan, David Lang stumbled upon a group of street photographers with incredible talent.

Using nothing but wood and scavenged materials, they construct their own versions of instant cameras. Pedestrians can pay to have a miniature ID photo printed by the photographers.

Afghan Street Photographers Build Custom Instant Cameras

via Feature Shoot / Photos by David Lang

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Thierry Cohen thought of an ingenious way to show what the night sky would look like without light pollution. 

He starts by photographing the stars above less populated areas that fall on the same latitudes. He then replaces the polluted skies above the cities with pristine views of what they could be seeing every night. 

Photos Depict The Unpolluted Night Sky Above Major Cities

via The New York Times

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