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.
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.
Elena Morelli is based in Viareggio, Italy and her landscape photography portfolio is absolutely stunning and one that I highly recommend you pay a visit to. Whilst Morelli has a huge collection (51 blog pages full!) of landscape photographs, she also has a few shots of her black cat Luna. My approach to photography is very instinctual — I love taking pictures of anything that moves me, that makes me think, that fascinates me. I’ve been lucky enough to never find myself in situations in which taking the picture I wanted would be too difficult.
Below is a collection of stunning fashion photography by Joel Cartier and his team; they work with him to help with post-production and producing. Joel has a impressive list of clients; BMW, Ray Ban, Henkel and Vogue to name a few. His portfolio is vast, and something I recommend you check out. With our photography and cinematography we fullfill the dreams and desires of our clients. It is our personal purpose and company policy to create products that tell a story and have a deeper meaning, we are always passionately focused on providing the highest …
"Several test comps were done initially to explore the size, type, colour & position of the animal. We settled on a mixture of ferrets for the limbs, face & tail & rabbits for the softer fuller fur of the body. The agency street cast an awesome range of hipsters & Troy Goodall worked his magic shooting the selected talent in Auckland. Stephen Stewart did a great job shooting the furry critters matching the portrait lighting & posing the animals to match our rough comps. Our menagerie consisted of 6 ferrets & …
Zena Holloway specialises in underwater photography, she is completely self-taught and is a PADI instructor/commercial diver. Zena was raised in London before moving to Egypt and then moving to the Grand Cayman, and she is currently living in London with her family. If you are interested in purchasing any of Zena's prints, be sure to check out her 'Print Sales' page via her website.
Julie Waroquier is a self taught french photographer, I have featured images from her project titled "Ex-Pressure". Since 2010 she has won several national and international awards, one being the "International Emerging Artist Award". Also, at the end of 2012 Julie published her own book called "Dreamalities" which has recently been made as a short film created by Damien Steck, find out more on her site.
Ben Sandler is a photographer working between Paris and Amsterdam on various photography, film, and digital projects. His work has been published in numerous magazines and a few of his clients include; Carrera, Marcel and TBWA.
Tom Kondrat has been included in many exhibitions, the most recent being 'MoArt and Modern Media, Orange Hall, Beijing, China, August 2013'. Tom is inspired by his parents who worked as freelance photographers, photographing churches, manor houses, palaces and also landscapes. I remember climbing on a tree for a better view, stepping on a snake and one particular frame: a birch almost falling into the water, with a beautifully reflected light. I got that picture published in a tourist magazine, and I even got paid for it. (age 12)
This collection of dark photography is by self taught photographer Elena Helfrecht from Germany. She has an upcoming solo exhibition coming up on January 6th, 'Bamberg, Sound 'n' Arts – Nightmares – Vernissage' and also sells some of her work on her online Society6 Store. Her only goal is to evoke emotions and thoughts in the beholder. Different perspectives is what fascinates her most about art.
Jasmine Deporta is a Photographer based in Bolzano, Italy. She works in Bolzano-Bozen, Munich & Berlin, if you are interested in working with Jasmine contact her via her website. The gritty nature of Jasmines photography is down to the fact that she shoots in negative film; classy and authentic, the best kind of photography.
Ilse Moore is a visual artist and photographer and she has created this amazing collection of underwater photography. In her images she creates her own dreamlike and peaceful world, with perfect composition and elegant models. To see more of her photography, click the link at the bottom of the article.
This collection of images is from the portfolio of Elif Sanem Karakoç, from Istanbul, Turkey. Her first solo exhibition was in Finland Iisalmi Underground Photo Gallery in 2006 and her photos have been shown in many exhibitions, festivals and art shows in Portugal, France, Romania, Korea and Istanbul. Elif has also been featured in magazines like Vogue, Trendsetter, Bak Magazine and Madame Figaro. She currently studies in Marmara University Fine Arts Academy Photography department, to see more of her work click the link at the bottom of this article.
These spreads are taken from the recent redesign of Runner’s World Magazine, and demonstrate a strong mix of illustration, typography and photography. The magazine has taken some huge steps forward over the past year, departing from the formulaic template typical of fitness, health and wellbeing titles, and using a more creative, lateral approach to provide service to readers. Conceptual ideas are key to the design; the scope of the content is limited, so visually, it needs to be varied and original. The design plays a key role in keeping the reader engaged …
This gorgeous collection of female photography is by the talented Brooklyn based photographer, Dylan Reyes. His images have a laid back and quirky style. . If you would like to see more of Dylan’s work check out his site.
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