Photography Archive

Half a Shot – Photos by Sabine Pearlman

“Ammo” is Sabine Pearlman’s incredible series featuring all kinds of ammunition cut precisely down the middle. The series gives us a never-before-seen glimpse of the insides of bullets. She shot a total of 900 cross-sections of ammo in a secluded World War II bunker in Switzerland. The bullets were cut in half by a munitions […]

Birds of Prey – Animal Photos by Allison Falconer

Allison Falconer, true to her name, is a bird trainer and rehabilitator. She works closely with birds of prey like falcons, hawks, and owls in a bird center in Florida. Due to the nature of her work, she gets a lot of opportunity to take up-close-and-personal pictures of birds. It’s not easy to take a […]

Burning Calories – Photography by Henry Hargreaves

Henry Hargreaves spent his childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand where he got involved in painting, drawing, bootlegging, and cricket. Harry developed his own ideas of travel and adventure while listening to tales of his heroic grandfather Edgar Charles Hargreaves. A chance meeting with a photographer in Bangkok  launched his entirely unexpected modeling career.  After a […]

After Midnight – Light Paintings by Michael Bosanko

Michael Bosanko is a Cardiff-based artist who has made light painting his specialty. He stumbled upon light painting while taking a picture of the moon with a shaky camera. The long exposure he utilized left streaks in the final image. Curious, he disengaged the camera from the tripod and tried writing his partner’s name. It […]

Technicolor World – Photography by Miles Aldridge

Miles Aldridge has a multi-faceted artistic background. He studied illustration and directed pop videos before he dabbled in fashion photography. His shots are often filled with loud colors and glamorous women with blank expressions. Miles’ work has been published in a variety of magazines including some big names like The New York Times, American Vogue, […]

Stark Contrast – Black and White Prints by Sidney Kaplan

When he was ten years old, Sidney Kaplan was hypnotized while watching a black-and-white print develop in a darkroom. Thus began his lifelong passion for photography. He studied photography at New York’s School of Industrial Arts. After working for a well-known custom lab in New York, he opened his very own darkroom in Madison Square […]

Manual Photoshop – Photography by Flora Borsi

Flora Borsi is a 20-year-old Hungarian photographer whose creativity is making waves on the web. She has been dabbling in digital manipulation since 2004, but her photography didn’t really take off until 2007. In 2008, she won a ‘half-professional’ (her words, not mine) camera on a photo contest. She has been using it ever since. […]

Concrete Jungle Symmetry – Photographic Series by Jared Lim

Jared Lim is a Singapore-based photographer whose series “Urban Exploration” highlights the beauty of  architectural symmetry. The series focuses on the multitude of fascinating patterns found in urban architecture. He said: “I have always loved geometry, lines, curves, pattern and abstract designs. Architecture seems like a great way to express them. My added advantage of […]

From a Different Angle – Photography by Katrin Korfmann

Katrin Korfmann is a German photographer who loves taking pictures from a great height. Unable to fly, Katrin utilizes cranes and remote-controlled helicopters to get the angle she craves. The final image is actually a composite of multiple images taken over a period of time. Each one can take months to complete and is composed […]

Towers of Humanity – Impressive Shots Captured by David Oliete

Every two years, thousands of people flock to Catalonia, Spain to take part in the Human Towers competition. The objective is to form a Castell (Human Tower) with as many tiers as possible. This amazing feat is a tribute to the contestants strength, balance, and courage. David Oliete has captured some of the most dramatic […]

Jam Packed – Photos of Chinese Trains by Wang Fuchun

Wang Fuchun is a Beijing-based photographer whose incredibly vivid pictures of Chinese passengers on trains has captured the attention of art critics everywhere. Wang became a railway worker after he finished his military service. With his artistic tendencies, he was asked to take photos as part of his job. He has been documenting unique and […]

Airborne Liquids – Photography by Manon Wethly

Manon Wethly is a Belgium-based designer and photographer who keeps an updated Instagram account filled with traditional shots of European landscapes as well as airborne drinks. At first, Manon used her iPhone to take pictures of the flying drinks, but she has recently started using a DSLR to get better images. She has captured some […]

Perfect Timing – Amazing Shots Captured by Lesley Ann Ercolano

Lesley Ann Ercolano has managed to capture these amazing shots without the help of any intensive post-processing or fancy equipment. Instead, she embraces the Scout’s motto: “Be Prepared”. She is almost never without her camera, always ready to capture the unusual, the unlikely, and the seemingly impossible. She lives in Edinburgh and this is where […]

Watch Your Step – Amazing Photomanipulations by Fiddle Oak

Fiddle Oak has a very bright future in photography. Fidlle Oak’s real name is Zev and together with his sister Nellie (and their camera named Betsy), they have created a fascinating world of miniature humans. Their images at at once poignant and thoughtful, teaching the viewer to be careful where they step, lest they crush […]

Toy Stories – A Touching Series by Gabriele Galimberti

Gabriele Galimberti is an Italian photographer who travels the world searching for adventure, interesting people, and fascinating stories. His latest project is “Toy Stories” is a collection of photos featuring children posing with their favorite toys. Gabriele learned a LOT while putting together this series, least of which is the fact that children simply want […]

A Quest for Miracles – Photographs by Dietmar Eckell

Dietmar Eckell is a globe-trotting photographer who has spent considerable time and effort to locate and photograph plane wrecks. But they’re not just any old plane wrecks, each tells a story of sheer luck and survival. Dietmar carefully sifted through thousands of crash landings and picked only those where all aboard survived. So far, his […]

A War No One Wins – Touching Photography by Giuliano Camarda

Giuliano Camarda is a 35-year-old freelance photographer based in Rome, Italy. His photographs of war-torn Bosnia has garnered the world-wide attention of the media. Giuliano is currently focused on projects with social and humanitarian aspects. His photos have been published in  prestigious publications such as National Geographic Italia, ABC News, Witness Journal, etc. He has […]

Dramatic Black and White Photography by Felipe Vellasco

Felipe Vellasco was born in Rio de Jeneiro in 1982. He worked at local advertising agencies immediately upon graduation from Mackenzie University. After a few years, he lost his taste for ad-oriented work and shifted to films. As a film director, he is currently being represented by Sentimental Films. Photography is one of his more  […]

Doggy Day Trips – Digital Manipulations by Jeannette Oerlemans

Jeannette Oerlemans is a photographer from the Netherlands. Her  latest series, “Dog Adventures” is a series of digitally-manipulated images featuring a pair of canines out on a day trip in the country. The series is strongly reminiscent of C.M. Coolidge’s work with dogs playing poker. Jeanette also retouches wedding, landscape, and nature photos.

Freckles – Portaits by Benoit Paille

Benoit Paille loves to experiment a lot of different and creative ways of capturing light, color, and detail. He said: “I am above all else constantly experimenting with my immediate environment, both social and natural. To put it more accurately, my work focuses on questioning the limits imposed by humanity.” In his portraits, Benoit captures […]

Vertigo – Urban Photography by Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze

Hong Kong is one of the world’s most populated urban center and boasts one of the best skylines in the world. French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze recently complied a vertigo-inducing collection of photographs taken from a very unique angle. Vertical Horizon highlights the geometry behind this amazing skyscraper city. According to Romain: “It’s easy to get a measure […]

Hell’s Gate – Awesome Volcano Photography by Liudmila and Andrey

Plosky Tolbachik is an active volcano located in the eastern edge of Russia. A pair of thrill-seeking photographers, Andrey and Liudmila, braved the dangers of an active volcano and barely got away with these sensational pictures. They were calmly standing a safe distance away from the active lava flow when tragedy struck:  “at some point […]

Rural Landscapes – Aerial Photography by Alex MacLean

Alex MacLean is a veteran aerial photographer who has been photographing the rural landscape since 1975. He has a Master’s degree in architecture and flying was his way of performing site analysis. He was captivated by what he saw while up in the sky “in part because of its natural response to environmental conditions, climates, […]