From Romantic Skeletal X-Rays to Faceless Photo Shoots

 - Jan 3, 2014
The imagination stretched as far as technology would let it with photography tech trends in 2013, as abstract surrealism and self-reflection reigned supreme. From faceless photo shoots to nerve-wracking self portraits shot seemingly off of the side of skyscrapers, images seen this past year seemed too far-out to be true. In many cases, they were, as post-production software and sometimes, simple apps made the impossible possible in photography.

On the note of apps, phone photography made huge leaps this year. As Instagram grew more popular, so to did the photographic integrity of phonetography as a whole. Thanks to certain effects and phone add-ons, one can take snaps with a phone that look as attractive as a series taken on a professional camera.

Take a look behind the lens of technological advancements in photography with our Tech Photography Trend Report.