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A Flower’s Soul by Brendan Fitzpatrick

Pin It Brendan Fitzpatrick is a Singapore-based photographer who has twenty ears’ experience under his belt. He wanted to become a science fiction illustrator in his teens but got drawn towards photography. He loves both its stillness and its dynamism. Brendan admits that there are moments when he is surprised by images he has taken […]

Anna Gaskell Takes You Down the Rabbit Hole

Pin It Anna Gaskell’s cinematic approach towards photography is enough to set her apart, but it is the way she presents her subject matter that truly defines her as a photographer. Her series Wonder and Override features a loose interpretation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Alice is immediately recognizable in her yellow dress and […]

The Stars of 2011 Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade by Winnie Au

Pin It New York-based photographer Winnie Au went out and took pictures of more than 80 dogs in last year’s annual Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade. The dog’s costumes were only limited by their owner’s imagination. Dogs were dressed as pincushions, lions, bees, buses, bulls, Yoda, and even Lady Gaga. Each just as adorable […]

Stunning Infrared Photgraphs by Maria Netsounski

Pin It Maria Netsounski is a portrait, landscape, and city photographer who is slowly getting international attention through her mesmerizing infrared photographs. She is currently based in the Netherlands.With the help of infrared technology, Netsounski transforms tropical locations into a winter wonderland. Taking an infrared photograph is no easy feat. Infrared photographs require special filters […]

Seeing Double – Twin Portraits by Martin Schoeller

Pin It Twins have always fascinated the human race. Just last month, the National geographic published the article¬† “A Thing or Two About Twins” by Peter Miller with images by Martin Schoeller. Martin is a photographer based in New York. The similarity with which he treats his subjects, whether famous or unknown, makes his work […]

Peter Linderbergh’s Portraits of Julian Moore

Pin It Peter Linderbergh has perfectly captured the timeless beauty of Julian Moore in this series of pictures that he took for Harper’s Bazaar. If you didn’t know better, you’d think that Julian was the inspiration for the famous works of art instead of the other way around. It’s not just that she’s wearing the […]