Below is a collection of images taken from the portfolio of Los Angeles photographer and art director, Mike Dempsey. The images that this article has focused on have been taken from a theme that Mike seems to be very interested in, and that is the concept of levitating and capturing his subjects in peculiar mid-air scenarios. Some images are funny, some suspenseful and some are just clever.
This collection of street reflection photography was taken in New york City by Darlene Ollerenshaw. She is a 3D visualization artist based in Livingston, NJ, USA and enjoys photography in her spare time. One of my favorite things to do is walk around New York City and capture special reflections on the city streets. I usually seek out visual areas that create another dimension in the puddle and turn the photo into a work of art, almost like a painting, rather than just a photo.
This collection of macro cat eye photography is by Andrew Marttila. He is a self-taught photographer specializing in pet photography and is currently based in Fishtown, Pennsylvania. Being deathly allergic to cats and dogs since birth, at the age of 22, I decided it was time to overcome my allergy and build an immunity through exposure.
Kilian Schönberger is a professional landscape and architecture photographer from Cologne, Germany. The Crooked Forest (Krzywy Las in Polish) is located outside Gryfino, West Pomerania, Poland. Here are a few of Kilian’s projects we have featured already; The Blue Forest, The Clouds and Landscape Photography The grove was planted around 1930, when its location was still within the German province of Pomerania. It is generally believed that some form of human tool or technique was used to make the trees grow this way, but the method and motive are not currently known. So there was …
This awesome food typography is by Side by Side, they were approached by Analog Folk who asked them to get involved with Sainsbury’s new ‘Twist Your Favourites’ campaign. The campaign launched in September 2015 and the adverts were used across Sainsbury’s social media channels and online adverts. For each design we wanted a connection between the type and the ingredient. We created bespoke lettering and sourced all props and backgrounds, meaning a good few hours rummaging around antique shops (the wooden backgrounds are broken up pallets which were then aged with a blow torch).
This SUR-FAKE project features people’s faces getting sucked into their cellphones, a surreal concept that I am sure many of us can relate to. The project is by French photographer Antoine Geiger, he explains the project as; “It is placing the screen as an object of “mass subculture”, alienating the relation to our own body, and more generally to the physical world.”
This gorgeous food photography is by the talented Vanessa Rees, a Brooklyn based photographer focusing on food, still life, and lifestyle. A few of her clients include; Ralph Lauren, Midnight Moon and Crane & Co. To see more inspiring photography by Vanessa, check out her website via the link at the bottom of this article. I’m very passionate about creating beautiful light. It’s not uncommon for me to use up to 8 different light sources for one shot. Although sometimes just 1 or 2 does the trick.
This collection of stunning portrait photography is by Can Dağarslanı, at aged 28 whilst studying architecture he became more interested in photography. In 2003 Can started doing various landscape shoots of different places that would bring out each city’s architectural plan. He then discovered analography, he stopped using his digital camera and from then on his passion for photography grew. People can easily perceive desire of depicting human’s inner sensation by using expressive colors and natural light.
I was recently on holiday in America and visited Hollywood, I thought this would be a good opportunity to exercise my photography skills. I decided to walk around for a couple of days to how many photos I could take of all of the homeless people. It was fascinating to me because we don’t have the same plethora of homeless people as L.A. It was interesting to hear all of their stories and how they came to live on the streets. This project was both a sad yet humbling one.
Oleg Oprisco, a Ukranian photographer that has created some of the beautiful fine art photography. Each image is full of wonder, emotion, and beautiful color choices, and his portfolio is full to the brim with inspiration and creativity. Oprisco’s imagery has quite a large following, topping almost 350,000 pageviews on DeviantArt alone, and the only project that he uploaded to his Behance profile was hand picked for a spot on Photography Served. Below I have selected 30 images from the product he entitles ‘Soul Images‘.
David Terrazas is a professional portrait, fashion and travel photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. By capturing unique and memorable photographs David has made quite a name for himself in his field of work, below I have compiled some of my favorite shots of his.
Carl Warner first started creating foodscapes when he came across some portabello mushrooms and thought they looked like some kind of tree from an alien world, he took them back to his studio and created his first ever foodscape titled ‘The Mushroom Savanna’.
Here is Dina Goldstein’s conceptual photography project ‘In the Dollhouse’, she is currently based in East Vancouver and has exhibited in galleries and museums internationally. ‘In the Dollhouse’ was photographed in a custom built adult sized dollhouse. She has taken on one of the most powerful symbols of Western culture: Barbie, the idealized woman. More than any other childhood construct, Barbie represents the concept that Beauty is Power and necessary to attain Happiness. However, when Ken, Barbie’s handsome but emasculated boyfriend, expresses his individuality, the value of beauty as an apex trait is exposed as a …
Here is the incredible Inframen Project by Nir Arieli, a photographer who graduated with honors. I created a series of portraits using an infrared technique that reveals details that are under the subject’s abused skin. I am taking the dancers out of their roles as performers and revealing personal intimate individuals. Through these subtle and surreal portraits.
Photographer Robert Elmengard is the artist behind this collection of landscape photography. Robert is currently based in Sweden and has spent more than a decade on passionate image creating and striving to express my identity artistically through my work. As well as landscape photography he also specializes in fine art and portrait photography.