The perfect shot is a combination of patience, timing, and talent. Amateur photographer David Chambon spent a whole year amassing a whole series of those perfect perfect shots. He captured a whole range of arthropods with morning dew still on their bodies. The glistening effect makes each insect look like they’re encrusted by diamonds.
At first glance Ysabel Lemay’s work may seem a bit chaotic but it slowly starts making sense the longer you stare at it. Her work is actually an amalgamation of photography and painting. She calls the process ”Photo-Fusion”. First, she takes hundreds of photographs and attunes their visual and light properties. A composite image is then created in the manner of a painting. The result is attention-grabbing artistic chaos. Ysanbel currently lives and works in Naples, Florida.
A former animator, Kim Aldis hails from the Torbay area of England’s South Devon. He now spends most of his days capturing awe-inspiring images of the sea. Most of his photos were taken in the coastlines of Torquay and Torbay. Prior to his career in animation and visual effects, he has also done loads of editorial magazine work.
Some parts of the world has its unfair share of beautiful landscape, one of them is Iceland. the combination of breathtaking landscape and a highly talented photographer has produced these devastatingly stunning landscapes. It’s not easy to take these kind of shots but Snorri Gunnarsson, a photographer based in Iceland, make it seem easy.
Shelby Robinson is a conceptual artist who’s currently addicted to photography. Like most addictions, it has taken over her life, albeit in a good way. According to her, anyone can take a photograph but not many could create art from it. Her digitally manipulated images allows the viewer his or her own interpretation of what’s taking place in the picture.
Dutch photographer Adrian Sommeling can tell a story with one click. He started mucking around with a camera just February of last year and hasn’t looked back since. According to him, photography opens your eyes to stuff around you. It has certainly made a big impact on his life. His main inspiration comes from life, and his son.
Mohammad Kheirkhah is a multi-award winning photographer based in California. His career started from a borrowed camera. He started as a local newsboy and worked his way up. Eventually, he became a photographer for BBC Worldwide Service and then for United Press International. His Photos give us a rare glimpse of the Muslim faith.
Malte Pietschmann is a photographer from Berlin, Germany. His brilliant black and white portraits are slowly gaining recognition from art critics and advertisers alike. His shots are both visually engaging as they are full of unspoken emotion.
Christophe Huet’d masterful digital manipulations make him a favorite among advertising companies. His work is a perfect fusion between old-school photography and digital created composites. Somehow, he melts the thin barrier between reality and his own tortured imagination resulting in viscerally surreal images.
Philippe Ramette has, apparently, failed his Physics class repeatedly. This guy doesn’t seem to know up from down. These impossible images were taken in collaboration with Marc Domage. No digital manipulation was involved, just old-school special effects with harnesses and hidden metal supports.