Foggy Forest Photography by Guillermo Caballa

By on July 31, 2014, in Photography

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Guillermo Caballa is an uber talented woodland photographer currently based in Vigo, Spain. Most of his portfolio are shots taken from the forest of Galicia. A rather significant number of them also feature his direwolf, er, dog Malu. Guillermo loves taking shots of foggy forests with his trusty Olympus E-M5. The fog should’ve made his shots spooky, but it doesn’t. Instead, it lends the image a tranquil atmosphere. At least until winter comes.

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Pursuit – Incredible Weather Photography by Stephen Locke

By on July 29, 2014, in Photography

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One look at Stephen Locke’s images and you’ll wonder when Thor would show up with his hammer. That vicious-looking cloud up there spewing lightning volts is not the harbinger of doomsday, it is simply a supercell storm. According to Wikipedia, “supercells are the overall least common and have the potential to be the most severe”. Normal people take one look at that cloud and start running away in the opposite direction, Stephen Locke on the other hand, chases after it with his camera in tow. Which is a good thing for us because it means WE don’t have to run after supercell storms to appreciate their awesomeness.

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Shooting Heroes – Sport Photography by Philip Haynes

By on July 28, 2014, in Photography

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Philip Haynes describes himself as a Norwich boy who happens to shoot heroes. He is currently based in the UK with an impressive list of clients including Men’s Health, O2, and Converse. Represented by The Peter Bailey Company, Philip looks to ‘capture the energy of saturation in color, just as much as the energy within the movement’. One of his more recent series, The Crossfitters, highlights the pain, intensity, and determination of the athletes.

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Reality vs Photoshop – Awesome Images by Martín De Pasquale

By on July 27, 2014, in Photography

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Martín De Pasquale is currently making waves all over the internet with his amazing photoshop wizardry. With awesome concepts and flawless composition, Martin is gathering quite a following. He is his favorite model and he’s not shy of taking bites out of himself, peeling off his face, or even dragging his head on the pavement. The surreal circumstances he puts himself in is rather quirky and amusing. The whole web is itching to see more from this Buenos Aires-based artist.

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Broken Mirror/Evening Sky – Images by Bing Wright

By on July 25, 2014, in Photography

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Bing Wright is a New York-based photographer who is not at all concerned with the seven years’ bad luck associated with broken mirrors. In his series Broken Mirror/Evening Sky, he features broken mirrors reflecting sunsets and evening skies. The mirrors Wright uses are actually quite small at fourteen by eleven inches’ compared to the final prints which measure four feet by six feet. The images resemble stained glass windows and according to one website, “(the) series incorporates Wright’s recurring themes of abstraction and representation – a contrast he masterfully balances by grounding these shards of images into a bold structure.”.

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In the Big Blue – Underwater Photography by Mattias Ormestad

By on July 23, 2014, in Photography

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That cute little glowing fellow up there is the Hawaiian bobtail squid (Euprymna scolopes). Mattias Ormesta, a freelance Swedish photographer, is the guy responsible for capturing that adorable expression on his face. Mattias is currently involved with the development of the imaging platform of the Tara Oceans Expedition. As co-founder of the Kahi Kai team, he is responsible for taking both macro and microscopy photos of planktonic and benthic sea creatures. Matthias is also a developmental biologist. He is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Black and White Big Apple – Photography by Adam Garelick

By on July 18, 2014, in Photography

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Adam Garelick has been furiously photographing New York City ever since he moved there way back in 2002. His images areroughly divided into two categories: street photography and nighttime cityscapes. His goal is to document the visual richness of the city that he calls home. Adam belongs to the old school photography crowd. He uses film, develops the negatives by hand, and does minimal post-processing adjustments. He said: “I want the subjects to speak for themselves.  There is an imperfection in film that I think distinguishes each image,  and which confirms the uniqueness of each subject.”

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Peaks and Valleys – Dramatic Black and White Photography by Rositsa Ergina

By on July 16, 2014, in Photography

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Every now and then we get exceptionally talented artists of whom we know nothing about.  Rositsa Ergina has just been added to the ever-growing list. There are only three things that the internet knows about her: 1) She’s a graphic designer, 2) she’s from Dobrinishte, Bulgaria, and 3) she makes awesome black and white landscape photos of mountains. Landscape photographers like her are obviously hard core mountaineers, how else would she be able to take these pictures? Just looking at a few of her shots is already making me dizzy.

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Closer Look at Mushrooms – Fungi Photography by Steve Axford

By on July 12, 2014, in Photography

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Steve Axford is enjoying his retirement by tracking down the world’s rarest fungi. He lives in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales in Australia and most of the mushrooms you see here are local flora. Steve has also captured pretty unique shots of mushrooms from Tasmania and Victoria. He said: “The world, for me, is dominated by living things and the planet we live on .  My photography is an avenue into exploring this world.  My interests cover everything from micro fungi to volcanoes, though more of my time now is spent with the fungi than the volcanoes. . . Nothing exists in isolation and the more you look, the more you find.

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Urban Weather by Manuel Savariz Santos

By on July 11, 2014, in Photography

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Manuel Savariz Santos is a Spanish photographer whose first reaction to an approaching thunderstorm isn’t to find shelter, but to run outside with his camera. It is with this habit of his that he managed to capture these amazing shots of cities in the midst of thunderstorms, lightning storms, and breath-taking sunsets. I bet it took him a thousand mediocre shots just to capture a perfect one. Manuel is currently based in Argentina, Spain.

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