Ming Thein posted an interesting article on a concept known as "Wimmelbilder" in German. I found it very interesting I've become more and more interested in panoramic image formats, and in a way I think well-crafted panoramic images, when they contain several subjects, can often be considered Wimmelbilder. Das Wimmelbild in der Fotografie I think not all of the accompanying images illustrate the concept well, but the majority do. I find Ming Thein one of the very few photography writers on the web who is willing and capable of talking about some of the "fuzzier" concepts in photography and actually make them tangible (most writers don't go beyond the obvious, and the vast majority of the writers who do attempt to discuss something more philosophical get stranded in clichés such as "you have to look for your own message to say"). Not all of his projects resonate with me equally (I really don't care for what he calls "ultraprints" for instance), but I find him one of the few photography writers who not only makes me think about new concepts, but also makes them tangible and practical. I'd love to hear what y'all think about the article!