In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at a new exhibition which shows the history of instant photos in Poland – ‘Archives in a Flash’ at the National Museum in Gdańsk.
Haunting and ethereal in their stillness and beauty, Oskar Lewiński’s photographic portrayal of Gdynia at night has charmed the public.
Left yearning for her homeland during the lockdown, Joanna Wzorek’s ‘Summer Farewell’ project is a gently nostalgic tribute to the Poland of her youth.
Grzegorz Bardowski from Uniejowic is bidding for the Strauss Farmers Cup with a giant 4.7 hectare ‘field painting’ created using the latest farm tech.
Principally comprised of aerial images taken by Luftwaffe reconnaissance planes throughout the duration of the occupation, the digital undertaking has been described as the largest collection of aerial photographs ever amassed of wartime Warsaw.
Dominika Koszowska, a graphic designer and part-time photographer scooped first place in the annual World’s Top Mobile Photographer 2020 Competition run by One Eyeland, for her collection of stunning pics.
Although looking very similar to traditional CCTV, Inwebit’s Smart Security Platform (SSP) uses advanced algorithms for identifying specific events based on image and sound analysis and sensor data.
Having conquered his childhood fear of water, trucker Tomek Gazda now uses his free time to swim in crocodile and shark-infested waters.
Dating from the early 20th century, and resting at the bottom of Morskie Oko, the Syrena has been pictured for the first time since sinking.
Urban photographer Daniel Remian said he began his nocturnal adventures a year ago after becoming captivated by the night-time transformation of the city’s streets and atmosphere.