9. June 2012
I saw it before in advertising videos, but these photos are really cool, so I had to share it with you. They were shot by Lithuanian photographer Tadas Černiauskas, who invited people for an unconventional photo shoot with his special guest – The Leaf Blower. The crazy portraits of people being blown by a Leaf [...]Continue reading...
19. April 2012
Air Pano is a Russian project of panoramas enthusiasts, focused on hi-resolution aerial panoramas. To bring this unique and progressive project to life, the Russian team shoots from a helicopter but sometimes they use dirigibles, air balloons, light jets and radio-controlled helicopter.
In its 2 years of existence, Airpano project is scheduled to cr eate the [...]
11. March 2012
Xavier Rey’s photography is always a revelation, because it never cease to search for the different meanings of the reality. It inspires and challenges to create your own unique vision. His black&white photos captures ordinary landscapes and transform them into some abstract sights, out of time and space, sights that only lives in your creative [...]Continue reading...
14. February 2012
A friend published earlier these crazy photos from pet photographer Seth Casteel. He captured these cool shots of dogs underwater, animated by fetching a ball. You can buy Seth Casteel prints at Little Friends Photo website. Also make sure you check out his Facebook page for even more fantastic underwater dog photography.
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13. October 2011
The professional photographer Eugenio Recuenco found the travel-back-in-time formula. With four models, superb technique, inspiring imagination, and with the help of talented make-up artist Lewis Amarante, he superbly recreated ancient Greek sculptures, within the finest details of moving and energy of the figures. If Olymp Legends fascinated you as a child, these photos are a [...]Continue reading...
10. October 2011
Macrophotography is always surprising, and many photographers search for interesting new subject to give the macro-test – insects, plants, animals, human body or so. How about looking where most people don’t see anything? Desa Gramadnikova decided to photograph bubbles. A photographer from Bulgaria, she sees a little colouful universe in the move and show it [...]Continue reading...
18. June 2011
Portraits are such a common subject in photography, but yet so complicated to create an original portrait photography. I especially like the bw portraits, their light and shadow game, because they stimulate my imagination, leaving me place to create a story of the people behind those faces.
I found today some fantastic portraits of a Spanish [...]
26. April 2011
April 26th 1986 – the fatidic date of world’s largest civil nuclear disaster that will change history, the sad beginning of a long-term economic, health and agricultural distress. The explosion of the reactor number four in Chernobyl probably means even more than we can imagine. Statistics – thousands of dead, 56,700 square miles of contamination, [...]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...
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 [...]