Whilst 'The Vandenberg – Life Below the Surface' photography exhibition exists 100 feet below sea level, 7 miles from the South coast of Key West. It's still a must see. If you can't quite make it (don't worry, we can't either), be sure to browse through the images below. This impressive collection of photographs were created by Staudinger+Franke; A Vienna based crew merging Photography, Postproduction and CGI.
Peter Zeglis is a self taught Photographer from Gothenburg, Sweden. At first, photography was a substitute for painting. Soon, it became daily life. Throughout Peters portfolio, you will find beautiful black and white landscapes with perfect compositions that lead you to the focal point with interesting and detailed foregrounds. The high black and white contrast exaggerates all the tiny details and brings life to all the things I love about landscape photography.
This Real Life Superheroes project is by Dean Bradshaw an advertising photographer and director based in Los Angeles. A few of his clients include; American Express, Diageo and Asics. "Portraits of members of the 'Real life Superhero' subculture – a group who have adopted superhero alter egos, complete with superhero names and costumes – found all across the United States. Photographed in San Diego, CA. When I heard about this group, I knew I had to photograph them. My fascination with subcultures continues…"
Designers, bloggers, advertisers and content writers who have a knack for choosing the most appealing images to use in their work are fully aware that the proximity of winter holidays heralds a great opportunity: season-specific stock photos incur a familiar echo in the eye of the beholder, which means that they are bound to attract new clients. As such, I’ve compiled a list with 10 microstock agencies that hold the most promise over the forthcoming holidays.
Reuben Wu is the artist behind this collection of amazing fine art photography, as well as photography he is also a musician, producer and DJ with Ladytron. If you check out Reuben's instagram, you will see that he updates often! To see more of his work, click the link at the bottom of this article. I am really interested in the fine line between reality and non-reality, I think my main motivation in photography is my imagination.
Below is a beautiful compilation of fine art photography taken from a collection curated by Rebecca Wilson, director of the London Saatchi Gallery, and is available to view in full at Saatchi Online. Saatchi Online is a platform that allows emerging artists to showcase and sell their work and gives art lovers insider access to new talent from around the world. Each image that you find below has been taken from individual photographer portfolios, all of whom have been mentioned in the caption of each piece.
Michael Clinard specialises in general photography, photographing in many genres a few being humour, portrait, conceptual and corporate. Some of Michael's clients include; Amazon, Huffington Post and Popular Science. To contact or see more of his work, head over to his website.
Wouter Stelwagen is an Amsterdam based photographer who often depicts manmade structures surrounded by and within nature. Although the intentions of his imagery are unclear, I cant help but label his work Man vs Nature as it appears he is documenting the 'battle' within the urban jungle between both man-made objects and natural growth. Either way, his work is a real eye opener and beautiful at the same time.
Dorothea Lange was an influential American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration. She has captured some fantastic moments in time and some that will continue to inspire generations of budding photographers. To see more photography from this brilliant era, click here.