28. February 2011
I love impressionist photography, because it stimulates the mind power to imagine what the artist wanted to suggest. This photography style lets your imagination flow, and recalls sentiments like nostalgia, melancholy or relaxation.
The painterly effect of impressionist photography is achieved ‘in-camera’, without any digital manipulation. The artist is creating the movement rather than capturing it, [...]
24. February 2011
I’m not pretending to be a real photographer, but I love taking pictures. I also think that photos are nice to be shared. If you find among my photos something useful for your website, blog, or if you simply like a photo and you want it, you can download for free. A link back to [...]Continue reading...
21. February 2011
Photography was always part of Fred Levy’s lifestyle. His work received a Phelan Award in 2004, and was exhibited at Boston MFA, Photographic Resource Center, Mattress Factory and other galleries accross the US.
The main focus of Fred Levy’s photography is on animals. The artist’s approach is colourful and fun, creating a universe full of life [...]
17. February 2011
We would all like to do this, but photographer Irina Werning came with the idea first and she did an amazing job. She browsed her family and friends albums, and gave life to childhood photographs. The photo collection is called “Back to Future”, being an impressive mix of humour, nostalgia, photo skills, and most of [...]Continue reading...
16. February 2011
You used to dream of being the beautiful princess or the mighty adventurer from our childhood fairy tales and stories. Today you can turn this into reality for your child.
Unique Editions makes your kids the heroes of their own adventures, creating artistic personalised photo books for children.
Using the superb skills of popular children’s artists and [...]
15. February 2011
We really love photos here, but some of us would do anything to have their favorite photos personalised and turned into home decoration or gifts.
Transformyourimages was created to give the WOW factor to all these people photographs. They will turn your favourite pieces into original and personal works of art, that you can proudly hang [...]
14. February 2011
With its contrasting character (the rich and the poor, the science boom and the religion, the mountain and the sea), India is a continuous fascination. A muse for cinematography (with the recent “Eat.Pray.Love” and “Slumdog Millionaire”), a place where people come to find their selves, this country is also an inspiration paradise for photographers, fascinated [...]Continue reading...
11. February 2011
When I first discovered the work of Dutch photographer Desiree Dolron, I couldn’t tell if it’s photography or paintwork. The contemporary artist’s aesthetic takes its roots from the Flemish school of portrait painters – Rogier van der Weyden, Petrus Christus and Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershoi, but it’s actually a mix of photography and state-of-art digital [...]Continue reading...
1. February 2011
I don’t know how many of us still believe that levitation is something else than a trick (though I think it might be possible in special circumstances). Achieving it in photography is completely something else, because recreating the illusion of floating definitely requires skills and a lot of practice.
As a perfect example of levitation photography, [...]