You probably already know I am a huge dog lover, so here is a post for all of you dog lovers out there! So…Theron Humphrey came up with an awesome project called ‘Maddie The Coonhound’, basically Maddie is travelling around all 50 states in 365 days and Theron is taking some awesome pictures of her on her journey! To see many many more pictures of Maddie, head over to her website.
Here is the ‘Zombie’ project by Brian Cummings, showing before and after images of what these people could look like if bitten by a zombie…if it were possible. Brian has many other projects over on his website just a couple being ‘Fairy Fatales’ and ‘Circus’ head over there and browse his site. Some of Brain’s past clients include: Brown Shoe, U.S. ARMY and Bacardi USA.
Black and White photography is versatile and suits most photography subjects ranging from portraits to landscapes. It works with all kinds of lighting from dark to light and portrays moods extremely well, and this post is stuffed full of some fantastic examples to inspire you. Throughout this post we are focusing primarily on the subject of black and white portraiture. If you are interested to find out more about the photographer behind a particular shot, simply click on that image and you will be redirected to more information.
Rekakoti has created these stunning images, her main focus is analogue photography and she has re-discovered lomography. Rekakoti has been included in both group and solo exhibitions, here are the details of her most recent solo exhibition; 2015 Idill / Holdudvar, Budapest, Hungary. Her timeless end sensitive photography transcends the attributes of photo verité creating new understandings in lomographic photography. Her works are well-known, praised and represented on such interfaces as the American Iconology, covers of the Zagar band, or the recent Pecha Kucha in the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Underwater Project below is by Mark Tipple, he is a documentary photographer with clients such as: Christian Surfers, 100Revs, Beyond Water and more. Their faces contort, their muscles tighten in reaction to the struggle for power with the ocean. They surface when the surge has passed. Then breathe. They are unaware that a camera has captured it all; from straining arms clawing at sand to eyes squeezed shut against the bite of salt. Mark Tipple holds his camera steady in the melting foam, and makes his way to shore.
Gabriella Rouiller is a photographer, producer and art director, she is also the founder and editor in Chief at Flur Magazine. Gabriella has been featured in many magazines just a couple being; P-rize magazine, Muneq and Cake Mag.
Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around people’s faces giving them rather odd and funny features. Prints are available on his online shop via his website.
Los Angeles born photographer Aaron Feaver is the artist behind this collection of fashion photography. He has an impressive list of clients, just a few being; Dolan clothing, Stoned Immaculate Vintage and Shaina Mote. Aaron constantly keeps his Instagram updated, be sure to check it out via his website.
Monika Młodawska is a photographer currently living in Cracow, Poland, she's created these female portraits. Her works are well lit, well compositioned and definitely inspiring. I love taking photos that have something more to show than only a beautiful face.I love to create my own world, my own stories. I still try to develop myself.
Seth Casteel is an award-winning photographer and was made famous by his incredible 'Underwater Dogs' project. He is currently based in Venice, CA and is a completely self taught photographer. Be sure to head over to Seth's website to see more photography projects. In February of 2012, Seth's series of photos showcasing dogs diving into swimming pools became an Internet sensation overnight, resuilting in a book deal with Little, Brown and Company. Now with over half a million copies in print around the world, Underwater Dogs is one of the best selling photography books …
Nature Photography is one of my most favorite niche's of photography, the beauty of nature is around all of us. Capturing that beauty is much harder than it looks, although, Alain Baumgarten has managed to do it perfectly. His imagery is very dream and fantasy like, and creates incredible atmospheres. If you like the images below, be sure to check out his portfolio.
This photography project titled 'Underdogs' is by Sebastian Magnani, he started the project in 2009. Sebastian is a professional photographer and artist based in Zurich, Switzerland. So where does this striking resemblance between dog and owner come from? Does the "underdog" really rank himself lower, even visually? It is undisputed that the canines not only stir emotions and interest, but also our inner most needs. Dogs are considered loyal, selfless, trustworthy, life saving, fun and proud companions in a world where these values are gradually disappearing. From the inexhaustible number of …
French photographer Matthieu Belin is the artist behind the collection of fashion photography below. His images have been published in magazines such as; Vogue, Elle, Life Magazine and more. During more than 10 years he refined his understanding of visuals working as Art Director mainly for EBEL (LVMH), internationally renowned Architect Christian de Portzamparc and the Parisian advertising agency AIR PARIS focusing on luxury brands. In China he opened AIR PARIS Shanghai offices and took care of Yue Sai, the Chinese l’Oréal brand during 3 years.
This collection of surreal digital photography is by Cole Rise, he is based in San Francisco, CA. Cole's work has been featured in magazines, books, posters and more. Cole Rise has spent the better half of his life taking pleasure behind the lens; stalking cows and lying in the grass to capture the landscape. He can't tell you how big the universe is, or why we're really here, but his work sometimes flirts with the idea of knowing.
This collection of beautiful landscape photography is by Chris Gin, he is based in Auckland, New Zealand. He has been capturing stunning images since 2007 and specializes in landscapes. The equipment he uses most is his; Canon 7D, Sigma 10-20 f4.5, Tamron 17-50 f2.8 and Hitech GND filters.