Photography Archive

Titian Tinted – Old School Photography by Oleg Oprisco

“A true artist is not defined by his instruments.” – an old saying which is an apt description of Oleg Oprisco’s artistic inclinations. He’s a photographer who loves taking shots with an old, outdated, film camera. Looking at his pictures, one would assume that he uses loads of high-tech gear with more megapixels than you […]

Kinesthetic Photography Kristin Smith

Kirstin Smith is the photographer behind the two-part series of photographs called “Bodies of Thought”. Her series captured the graceful movements of her subjects with some clever tweaking of the the exposure time. The colorful and flowing costumes of her subjects also added to the appeal of the images. You, the viewer, may not exactly […]

Nature Inspired Photography by Barry Rosenthal

Barry Rosenthal is an outstanding photographer and a nature lover. He has a series he calls “Photobotanicus” which features perfectly ordinary weeds and flowers. The kind you can find in roadsides. He looks for plants with inherently interesting structure or design and play that structure against the negative space of the white background. The combination […]

Crash Landing – Awesome Images by Ken Hermann and Gemma Fletcher

The real title of this series is “Crash Landed”. It is produced by the dynamic Danish duo Ken Hermann and Gemma Fletcher. Ken is the man behind the lens while Gemma is the art director. Ken is currently based in Copenhagen while Gemma divides her time between denmark and London. The series features what appears […]

Curious Squirrels – Adorable Animal Photography by Max Ellis

Max Ellis is a professional photographer and freelance illustrator from the U.K. He studied photography at University of Brighton and has more than 15 years of professional photography under his belt. He currently vasscilates between pure photography and photo illustration, but what really caught the web’s imagination is his series of perfectly timed images of […]

The Oldest Living Things in the World – Epic Images by Rachel Sussman

Rachel Sussman is a Brooklyn-based contemporary photographer who has managed to put together a rather amazing photo book entitled “The Oldest Living Things in the World”. The book ha s foreword by Carl Zimmer and Hans-Ulrich Obrist, and includes infographics, essays, and more than a hundred high resolution images. Here are a couple of the […]

Bounce – Images by Jean Yves Lemoigne

Jean-Yves Lemoigne is a talented young photographer of French descent who currently splits his time between Paris and New York. He has worked with a lot of big industry names like Saatchi&Saatchi, Technikart Mademoiselle, Wieden & Kennedy, Le Monde2, and EuroRSCG. Jean has also garnered multiple awards from the New-York Festival, CannesLions, Clio, Euorbest, and Epica for his […]

Rescue Dogs – Canine Photography by Elke Vogelsang

Dogs are pretty popular with us humans. Back when we just as many fleas as they did, they provided companionship, a measure of protection, and a hand (or in this case, paw) at hunting dinner. These days, the net is filled to the brim with pictures of them. Professional pet photographer Elke Vogelsang has created […]

Groomed – Dog Photography by Paul Nathan

“Groomed” is Paul Nathan’s brand new photobook which features an astounding array of pooches arrayed in equally impressive coutures. Paul focused in capturing the texture of his subject’s fur as well as their expressions and posture. Mos of his subjects are entries at high profile grooming competitions and showcases the expertise of some of the […]

Delicate – Fabulous Female Portraits by Maja Topčagić

Maja Topčagićwas born in Bihac, a city and municipality on the river Una in the north-western part of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She actually majored in mathematics and computer science but chose to devote her energies into her lifelong passion: photography. She started taking photographs when she was 19 years old, and she […]

Stormtrooper’s Day Off – Funny Shots by Zahir Batin

Zahir Batin is the uber-taleted artist behind these adorable recreations of the Star Wars world. He uses miniature action figures, paper art, strings, twigs, wires, Photoshop, and his considerable imagination to give a glimpse of what stormtroopers do in their off hours. Most of his scenes are pretty funny, some are action-filled, and a few […]

Facescapes – Photography by Juan Sánchez Castillo

“Making It Up” is a rather unusual series by Spanish photographer Juan Sánchez Castillo. He turned his subjects faces into landscapes upon which miniature people sledded, mowed, painted, and rappelled. Juan’s creative compositions often feature facial manipulations of the model’s face. In one of his other series, his subject has what appears to be metal […]

Mist and Shadows – Ethereal Black and White Images by Darren Moore

Darren Moore is a self-taught photographer who loves capturing stark black and white images using daytime long exposure. The method involves placing special neutral density filters to the camera lens to reduce the amount of light entering the lens. This allows the shutter to remain open for quite a long time, anywhere from thirty second […]

Cockerel – Animal Photography by Ernest Goh

Chickens are thought of, at best, as a delicious main course, seldom as a pet, and rarely as things of beauty. Ernest Goh, a visual artist and photographer, has captured a series of images to change that perception. Ayam Seramas is a type of chicken breed created specifically for beauty. They even have their own […]

Uncommon Moments – Urban Photography by Christian Cannon

Christian Cannon, also known as @seacanon, is a photographer, adventurer, and explorer. His photos give the viewer a different, more beguiling perspective from which to look at the world. Christian’s signature is the free-spirited feel of his images. He said: “My goal is take photos that allow for others to see the world how I […]

Unique Macro Shots by Stephane Occhipinti

Stephane Occhipinti steps out of the box with his impressive portfolio of macro shots incorporating the Bokeh effect. Bokeh is defined as “the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light”. It is basically the aesthetic quality of the blur in the out-of focus area of an image. Utilized correctly, it greatly enhances the overall […]

Thought Provoking Photography by Tyler Shields

Tyler Shields is a triple threat; he’s a writer, film director, and awesome photographer. His passion is in creating images that will ultimately make people ‘feel something’. In this series, the viewer is presented with rather shocking images where “somebody looks like they’re about to die, and sometimes somebody looks like they’re about to live.” […]

Before They Pass Away – Feature Photography by Jimmy Nelson

Jimmy Nelson is a professional photographer who first gained international acclaim when he published his unique visual diary of his travels in Tibet. He has since delved into the world of commercial advertising and photography. His most recent success came on the heels of his series entitled “Before They Pass Away”, a photographic documentary of […]

Nature Photography by Idrus Arsyad

Idrus Arsyad is a very talented amateur photographer from Indonesia whose expertise is in nature, landscape, and wildlife photography. According to him, he taught himself to process his work to enhance his subjects and make his work more interesting. The way I look at it, his work is interesting enough even without extensive post-processing. He […]

Adrenaline High – Sports Photography by Tim Korbmacher

Tim Korbmacher has been a professional freelance photographer since 2012. He is also an avid skater, snowboarder, and biker – and it shows in his work. Most, if not all, of his work is focused on action photography, capturing athletes in mid-air as they perform their daredevil stunts. Tim has been part of a couple […]

Awesome Anthropological Images by Andrew Newey

Andrew Newey startedtraveling when he was in his 20s and the places he saw ignited a burning passion for photography. He began his illustrious career as a freelance photographer, parceling out stock images of travel imagery and landscapes. Now that his talent is well-known, he focuses on personal projects, photo expeditions, and commissions. His work […]

The Magic Mirror – Digital Illusions by Laura Williams

Laura Williams is an 18-year-old photographer from Cambridge, England. She is currently dabbling with fine art and surreal photography. Her work might be a little unsettling, but her blossoming talent is evident in every shot. She loves posting her work online to get feedback and treats them all as constructive criticism. She said: “Don’t be […]