Photography Archive

Visible Light – Images by Alexander Harding

Alexander Harding is a Connecticut-based photographer who has been capturing these beautiful shots of natural light pouring through windows. The series, called Visible Light, highlight the dense, ethereal rays of sunshine as it comes in through windows and makes wooden tables seem to glow. In some of his shots, the beams of light seem so […]

Introspection – Dramatic Portrais by Roman Jehanno

Latence II is one of Roman Jehanno’s latest series. Each shot captures a moment of perfect stillness. Typically, the subject contemplates in the middle of a bleak and desolate backdrop. In an interview, Roman said: “One night I stopped myself on a crossroad and just froze in the perfect silence of the night. I think this is exactly […]

Exquisite Mushroom Photography by Vyacheslav Mishchenko

Vyacheslav Mishchenko is an avid mushroom photographer. Her passion for both mushrooms and photography was inspired by her father, also an avid mushroom hunter. She gets up at the crack of dawn to capture these exquisite images under the soft light of dawn. She calls the mushrooms Little Heroes and compares them to aliens from other […]

Stunning Vistas – Aerial Photographs by Sarah Martinet

Sarah Martinet’s aerial pictures of Iceland will have most netizens screaming “FAAAKE!”. They look like something our of a Tolkien or George R. R. Martin novel. Sweeping vistas of seemingly untouched land dotted here and there by snow and crisscrossed by brilliantly blue rivers and streams. One can almost imagine the battle for middle Earth happening right […]

Alienation – Images by Anelia Loubser

Who would have ever thought than an ordinary human face would look so different when turned upside-down? Anelia Loubser’s series “Alienation” are simple black and white portraits of human faces turned upside-down. She only featured the bridge of the nose, the eyes and the forehead. The result looks like something that might be featured in […]

Blast – Images by Naoya Hatakeyama

Using remote-controlled cameras, Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama has managed to take these awesome images of Japan’s limestone blasting operations from point-blank range. His series “Blast” began in 1995 but his interest in the mining operations really started when he was a young boy growing up in the northeast coast of Japan. The area was rich […]