Photography Archive

A Closer Look at Chattel by Kevin Horan

Chattel is photographer Kevin Horan’s unique series featuring sheep and goats. Yep, you read that right, if it goes baa, he’s shot it…with a camera. The series started when Kevin noticed a particularly photogenic sheep owned by his next-door-neighbor. He asked permission to take a shot of the sheep and the neighbor agreed. It occurred […]

Amazing View From The Top by Katrin Korfmann

German photographer Katrin Korffman takes her camera to the bird’s eye view to share a majestic sight of the people that we rarely see every day. Her photographs provide a different perspective on how we see people, whether it be on a busy street, beach, a color fun run, or at a children’s playground. As we rarely glimpse people […]

Underwater Fantasy by Dmitry Laudin

Russian photographer Dmitry Laudin brings out the beauty of the water in his series of underwater photos. This series showcases his subjects fully clothed and underwater, and the shots exude fantasy and otherworldly romanticism in every scene. Dmitry started work as a professional photographer in 2007. His subjects are mostly women and weddings, and he tries to […]

Wildlife Photography by Lukas Holas

Hailing from Czech Republic, photographer and graphic designer Lukas Holas has a penchant for capturing wild life and animals in black and white. He has been photographing people and animals for over six years. He belives that the black and white theme presents the animals in a natural environment, and provides the audience more room […]

The Traveling Wolf by John Stortz

Illustrator and explorer John Stortz takes his pet dog Wolfgang, also known as Wolf, as his traveling companion across America. The result? Stunning photos of Wolf in their destinations. Yes, you read that right. John is primarily an illustrator but the photos of his canine friend in his Instagram account is getting a lot of […]

Magnificent Landscape Photos by Albena Markova

Bulgarian web and graphic designer Albena Markova presents stunning photographs of her trip to Rodope Mountain several months after her 10-day photo course. She drew inspiration from the beauty of the mountains in autumn and clicked away. It was the beginning of her passion for photography. A few years after that fateful event, Albena started […]

Breathtaking Shots by Oleg Oprisco

Based in Kiev, Ukraine, Oleg Oprisco takes vintage style photography to a whole new level with his photos. His images, mostly of women interacting with the environment and nature, creates a seemingly Alice-in-Wonderland-like feel. Whether it’s a splash of color or a bouquet of flowers, Oleg makes it a point to create stunning photos that not only […]

Elegant Vision by Lillian Bassman

American painter and photographer Lillian Bassman made a great contribution to fashion photography during the 1940s and 1960s. Most of her works work published in Harper’s Bazaar from 1950-1965. Her signature works contain high contrasts of black and white, graininess details, and perfectly angled views of the models. After her stint as fashion photographer, she […]

Decisive Moments by Henri Cartier-Bresson

French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson is considered to be the Father of  Photojournalism, and is often accredited as being the first to develop the art of taking photos at the right moment in time. This is now known as candid photography. He was also the one coined the idea of Decisive Moment, which has led and inspired […]

Old and New Converge – Photography by Taylor Jones

Made by former RIM employee Taylor Jones, Dear Photograph lets you unravel the beauty of a picture that captures the essence of the past and present times. Named by TIME Magazine as one of the 10 best sites, Dear Photograph receives about 20,000 hits a day.   The idea was made while Taylor was at […]

Stephen Wilkes Takes You Around the World from Day to Night

New York-based fine art and commercial photographer Stephen Wilkes perfectly renders captured moments in one single shot of popular landmarks around the world in his Day to Night series. While most photos capture a single moment frozen in one click of the shutter, Day to Night captures multiple moments in one stunning photograph. The captured […]

A Taste for Meat – Stills from Chris Field’s Biolapse

Biolapse is Chris Field’s brainchild. It’s actually a rather fascinating timelapse of carnivorous plants ‘hunting’ and eating their prey, though “hunting” may not be the most precise term to use since it involves actively stalking and pouncing on prey… These carnivorous plants stay firmly rooted on the ground. What they actually do is ‘lure’ hapless […]

Art in Suspension by Cerise Doucede

Cerise Doucede is a french author-photographer who has creative works including images of perfectly captured moments of suspension. In this collection called “Egarments,” Cerise portrays the images of individuals with their thoughts shown in their environment. Whether it’s a chaos of creativity or flurry of butterflies, this collection is guaranteed to lift you off your […]

This Picture Sold for $6.5 Million – Photography by Peter Lik

A new world record has just been set, as a private collector purchased one of Peter Lik’s photos for $6.5 million. For those of you who don’t know, Peter Lik is an Australian landscape photographer with multiple galleries around the world. The print that sold was called “Phantom,” and it was black-and-white, taken in Arizon’a […]

Before I Fall Asleep – Images by Caras Ionut

Caras Ionut describes himself first and foremost as a family man and second, as an artist. If his description of himself is to be believed, he’s a rather strange fellow who, for no reason at all, screams on the street. He says he simply tries to do something funny wherever he goes, and apparently, screaming […]

The People Inside the Uniform – Controversial Series by Devin Mitchell

Don’t ask, don’t tell. That has been the Armed forces policy regarding their personnel. It usually refers to the sexual preferences of the soldiers, but sometimes, it goes beyond that. The media isn’t helping either, portraying soldiers either as heroes or jack-booted bad guys. The truth of the matter is that soldiers are just people […]

In Search of Lost Frogs – Images by Robin Moore

Robin Moore is the photographer/adventurer behind this epic photographic collection of rare and exotic frogs. The photo book, entitled “In Search of Lost Frogs,” is a chronicle of Robin’s efforts to capture the world’s rapidly disappearing species of amphibians. He traveled all the way to Colombia, Haiti, Costa Rica, Philippines, and Guatemala. According to Jennifer […]

Honest Selfies – Photography by Iiu Susiraja

Selfies used to be something only rich and beautiful people did. With the advent of cheap camera phones and social media, selfies started cropping up all over. Selfies allow you to pretend to the world that you’re happier, richer, wackier, cooler, and way more beautiful than you really are – and the rest of the […]

7 Amazing Smartphone Photography Tricks – by COOPH

Before I start, let me say that #7 blew our minds. Have you ever wanted to take really awesome pictures with your iPhone? Do you want to impress your friends and family on facebook or instagram with your cell phone photography “skills?” We found this video, put together by the guys at COOPH (Cooperative of […]

Eye-Catching Conceptual Photography by Marcus Møller Bitsch

Marcus Møller Bitsch is a self-taught photographer who was born and raised in Denmark. He grew up close to nature which gave him an insatiable curiosity for life and a thriving imagination. He took up photography three years ago when a knee injury sidelined him from water sports. Marcus finished the 365 days project this […]

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 Portraits 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 […]

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