photography Archive

All Good Things Require Risks By Noel Shiveley and Alex McDonell

If you’re too scared to make the big step towards your dream, motivation might be something you need. Fortunately, our next feature can help you with that. A collaboration between letterer Noel Shiveley and photographer Alex McDonell, “All Good Thing Require Risks” is a fusion of lettering and photography depicting just the little push you […]

Reuben Wu Photographs Uncommon Places

Reuben Wu wears several hats: director, producer and photographer. For this project, he wears his traveler/photographer hat as he captures the marvelous landscapes and images of uncommon places. Considering this as his personal project, Reuben aims to connect and convey his feelings with landscapes and artifacts, while capturing images of unfamiliar terrain.  His snaps are mostly […]

An Urban Inception – Reality-Distorting Photography by Brad Sloan

Oregon-based photographer Brad Sloan flips your world upside down, sideways, and all around in his series: Mirror Cities, a set of landscape and structural photographs in Manhattan, New York. Shot in black and white, Brad toys with the idea of flipping the images to portray an intriguing perception of the busy city’s skyscrapers, structures, and landscapes. […]

Dark City by Francesco Romoli

Italian photographer Francesco Romoli  combines two series — Possible Worlds, and Reality Show — with his project Dark City. This project combines different techniques starting from analogue, Polaroid, digital, and photo manipulation. The models are purely wood and are shown in different scenarios. Photo manipulations are used to mirror them as a reality and at […]

Yoyo The Ricecorpse Takes Her Cute Cartoon Characters to the Streets

An illustrator who goes by the name Yoyo The Ricecorpse, goes around in the city streets and interacts with adorable and cute cartoon characters made by her. She is seen touching, eating, running or playing with these cutesy characters in a normal day somewhere in London. This is not her first street art project, either. She once […]

The Art of Arithmetic by Kevin Twomey

Kevin Twomey’s series of prints reveals the more intimate side of the weapons of arithmetic, also known as calculators. These antique mechanical calculators were stripped off with their outer coverings to show their skeletons and gears which are now rarely seen in today’s modern digital calculators. These calculators range in size with some of them […]

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 […]

The Missing Piece – Paintings Re-imagined by José Manuel Ballester

José Manuel Ballester is the artist behind these unusually incomplete works of art. The series, appropriately titled “Hidden Spaces” is a collection of classical paintings with the subjects removed. It’s basically a collection of backgrounds. José wants the viewer to re-interpret the stories they think they already know. A whole new world opens up, as the bare backdrop […]

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 […]

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 […]

Eye-Catching Conceptual Photography by Marcus Møller Bitsch

Pin It 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 […]

Adrenaline High – Sports Photography by Tim Korbmacher

Pin It 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 […]

Stars and Whiskers – Underwater Photography by Eiko Jones

Pin It Eiko Jones is an A-list photographer whose work has been featured in National Geographic, TV Hören und Sehen, Diver Magazine, and Hello Canada. He grew up in New Zealand where his passion for photography was ignited on his fourteenth birthday when he was given his first SLR camera. He started capturing birds and […]

Realistic Miniature Dioramas by Vesa Lehtimäki

Pin It Vesa Lehtimäki is a Finnish photographer with a fetish for fantastic dioramas. He utilizes LEGO mini figures, imagination, and  generous amounts of baking soda to recreates scenes based on Star Wars and Indiana Jones. His realistic dioramas aren’t found in the actual movies, they’re original pieces of art. Some of them even look […]

Blooms – Photography by Paul Lange

Pin It Paul Lange is a highly acclaimed New York City photographer whose work has graced the pages of prestigious publications such as The New York Times, Vogue, Mademoiselle, and Glamour. He specializes in editorial and celebrity portraits and is currently dipping his toes into the vast ocean of fine art photography. “Big Blooms” is […]

Ubiquitous Beauty – Sand Macrophotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg

Pin It Sand is everywhere and most of us take it for granted, but not Dr. Gary Greenberg.  He is the photographer behind these exceptional macro shots of sand. He was a filmmaker and photographer until he decided to move to London to pursue his PhD in biomedical research. Dr. Greenberg also patented the 3D […]

The Beauty Within – Portraits by Henry Leutwyler

Pin It “This is the only thing I like to do and why I wake up in the morning.” said Henry Leutwyler, photographer of the stars. He was born in Switzerland in 1961. He moved to France to become an apprentice to Gilles Tapie, a distinguished photographer. After firmly establishing himself as a talented editorial […]

Handy Harry – Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Pin It Handy Andy Pandy is a Melbourne-based, redhead photographer who is currently keeping up with his self-imposed 365-day challenge. For those not familiar with the challenge, the rules are simple. Take a photograph. Once a day, everyday, for 365 days straight! Most who do take on the challenge wash out after several months for […]