26. March 2011
I discovered Kamran Khan while searching for some inspiration, and I was stroke by his creativity, humour and photo manipulation skills. For his self portrait series, “Life Begins at 2AM”, Kam was selected as a finalist in PDN Magazine’s PIX Digital Imaging Contest in the “New Talent of 2010″ category. Kam Khan is a [...]Continue reading...
21. March 2011
An American painter and photographer based in Germany, Matthew G. Beall grabbed our attention with moody b&w landscape and architecture photography.
His exciting life (the artist is an award winning custom painter of street rods & Harleys, a maker of surfboards and also lived in many countries, like Brazil or Czech Republic) definitely influenced his work. [...]
13. March 2011
It is said that there are two things that really matters for to striking a good photograph : the photographer and the equipment. With your talent and the telephoto zoom lens, you can make the difference in the photo world.
Telephoto zoom lens ennable you to create a nice depth of field, blurring the background and [...]
11. March 2011
Photos of Japanese Tsunami and Earthquake @TheWondrous
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8. March 2011
Wedding photography is a huge business today, and there are lots of people claiming to be wedding photographers. Is nice to have your wedding bouquet, your “yes” moment in front of the priest or your beautiful bridesmaids photographed, but what about the real magic, that special connection between you and your beloved ones?
Kasia is an [...]
6. March 2011
China is much more than a huge overpopulated communist country . When I say China, I have in mind colourful traditions, balance, smiling faces, beautiful women, medicine, skyscrapers, old fishermen and amazing landscapes. A country so diverse and contrasting, it would take you a lifetime and you’ll not cease to discover something new and fascinating [...]Continue reading...
3. March 2011
Nyiragongo crater, in the heart of Great Lakes Region, Africa, is actually world’s largest lake of boiling lava. Dazzled from childhood by “The Devil’s Blast”, a team of scientists and explorers decided to step on the shores of the lava lake. Wild nature photographer Olivier Grunewald captured a unique glimpse of the whole experience, photographing [...]Continue reading...
2. March 2011
Children portraits are usually one of the most pleasant photography subjects for all of us. Typical childhood themes like playing, running, laughing, playing with pets are approached by almost all children photographers. Some artists decided to go even further, and apart from dressing up, napping, playing or swimming, they explored darker childhood themes like insecurity, [...]Continue reading...