photography Archive

Unplanned Beauty – Photography by Maciej Dakowicz

Pin It Photographer Maciej Dakowicz travels around the world with his camera at the ready to capture those unique, unrehearsed, and unplanned shots. He is originally from Poland and has a PhD in computer science, but he turned his back on all that and now focuses on photography. Maciej, or “Magic” as he is known […]

Neat Freak – Photography by Jim Golden

Pin It Jim Golden is a Portland-based photographer who has worked with a lot of big brands like Yahoo, ESPN, and Nike. He learned the ropes in New York where he worked as a high-end compositor and visual effects specialist in the competitive, and fast-paced world of advertising photography. After mastering his craft, he moved […]

Stunning Surreal Photography by Alex Stoddard

Pin It Alex Stoddard grew up in Florida and started taking portraits of himself in his backyard when he was sixteen. At seventeen, Alex joined the 365-day Project where his talent at capturing striking images was immediately noticed. The project involved taking one picture a day, everyday, for one year. According to him: “I wanted […]

Backtastic Photographs by Chris Ozer

Pin It Chris Ozer is a former jazz pianist who decided to dabble in a bit of a photography. His pastime became a hobby which turned into a profession. Chris is always on the lookout for that one, perfect shot. He has a careful eye for lighting which helps set the mood in his shots. […]

Live Fast, Love Hard – Photography by Théo Gosselin

Pin It Théo Gosselin is a young, up-and-coming French photographer who has a knack for capturing the raw emotions of youth. He carefully takes lighting into account which helps set the mood for his photos. The result is an uncomplicated, earnest, and candid look at his subjects which often evokes an emotional response from the […]

When Sparks Fly – Ads by Jean Yves Lemoigne

Pin It Jean-Yves Lemoigne is the go-to guy if you want fun and clever ads that will stick in your consumer’s minds for a long time. His list of clients include some of the biggest industry names. Lemoigne’s clients include: Axe, Volkswagen, Saatchi&Saatchi, Oldspice, Hewlett-Packard, Audi, Citroen, Visa, and many more. He worked as an […]

A Look at the Stars – Nighttime Photography by Lincoln Harrison

Pin It Lincoln Harrison does more than just stargaze, he captures the sparkly heavenly bodies as they make their slow journey across the night sky. For someone who got into the hobby ‘accidentally’, he sure does spends a great deal of time and effort to get things right. Lincoln simply wanted to take some pictures […]

In-Your-Face Cuteness – Animal Photography by Britta Meven

Pin It Some might say that animal photography is a cinch. All it takes to get a great photo is to point your camera at something young, furry, and warm-blooded and then BOOM! cute picture. If you ask animal photographer Britta Meven, great pictures don’t ‘just happen’, they’re made.  Britta hails from Austria and his […]

Awww-Inducing Spiders Shot by Nicky Bay

Pin It Nicky Bay can be described as a arachnoid-macrophotographer. He specializes in extreme close-ups of just about every spider he can find. Who would have ever thought spiders actually looked cute up close? Well, maybe except for the Bird Dung Spider, and that horned thing down there that looks like an alien larva. That […]

Froggy Photos – Macrophotography by Wil Mijer

Pin It Who would have ever thought frogs had expressions? Wil Mijer, an avid macrophotographer, has given us a series of up-close-and personal looks at one of nature’s more elusive creatures. To describe herself, she said: “I’m very small and in my work everything is small too. I like to do macrophotography and will try […]

Catchy Optical Illusions by Chema Madoz

Pin It Spanish photographer Chema Madoz loves blending two unrelated objects that share at least one similar feature. The result is a visually stimulating image that would make anyone look twice. He often uses black and white imagery or sepia tones in his photographs which further heightens the contrast between the two objects. Madoz took […]

Serene Aquascapes by Takashi Amano

Pin It Takashi Amano was born in Niigata, Japan in 1954. He is an internationally known landscape photographer who visited pristine forests in Japan as well as the untouched tropical rainforests of Borneo, Amazon, and West Africa. He introduced the Japanese nature style into aquascaping in the 1980s and the hobby hasn’t been the same […]

A Moment in Time – Photos by Mikko Lagerstedt

Pin It Mikko Lagerstedt is a self-taught photographer from Finland. He started dabbling in photography five years ago and fell head-over-heels in love with the craft. According to him, his goal is to “pause the mysterious and atmospheric moments of everyday life”. He also added that: “In our lives, things can go so fast that […]

Edible Sculptures by Milena Korolczuk

Pin It Milena Korolczuk is an Oakland-based artist known for her work in photography and film. While having a rather boring breakfast one day, her eyes fell on a loaf of Wonder Bread and a whole series of sculptures were born. Blobs of compressed bread were pressed together to form miniature busts of pop culture […]

Bodyscapes – Photographs by Carl Warner

Pin It British photographer Carl Warner has been in the advertising business for more than a quarter of a century. He has been featured in Pondly before for his outstanding “Foodscapes” food photography. One of his most recent series takes the idea of photographic landscaping with food a step further by doing landscapes with human […]

Inspiring Architecture – Photography by Nick Frank

Pin It Nick Frank finds inspiration everywhere. His specializes in architecture photography and with his penchant for finding the perfect angles, it seems he just can’t go wrong. According to him, his photography is not about showing the reality, it is always my personal subjective view. He loves shooting with a wide angle lens since it […]

Flying Jellyfish – Underwater Photography by Alexander Semenov

Pin It Jellyfish are some of the last things you would want to see in the beach. They’re icky, they’re slimy, and they sting. The only way they could possibly get worse was if they could fly. Well, Russian photographer Alexander Semenov has apparently photographed a few specimens doing just that. He has spent the […]

Dare to Dream – A Touching Series by Matej Peljhan

Pin It Matej Peljhan is a Slovenian photographer and triathlete. An odd combination, certainly, but what’s odder still is that he’s missing an eye and his right arm. When he was ten years old, he was involved in an accident with some explosives left over from World War II.the incident made a huge impact in […]

Extra Baggage – Animal Photography by William Wegman

Pin It William Wegman is a photographer best known for his series of compositions involving dogs (usually his own). William keeps quite a few Weimaraners and has gleefully photographed the in every pose imaginable, complete with costumes and props. He originally wanted to be a painter. His career in photography took off after pictures of […]

Sandy Sea – Digital Photography by Jamey Stillings

Pin It Jamey Stillings has a passionate interest in and curiosity about people, cultures, ideas and technology. They are the guiding forces in his photography and life. He has more than 25 years of experience in photography under his belt and he uses a combination of well-executed production and an open approach to achieve excellence […]

Burning Calories – Photography by Henry Hargreaves

Pin It Henry Hargreaves spent his childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand where he got involved in painting, drawing, bootlegging, and cricket. Harry developed his own ideas of travel and adventure while listening to tales of his heroic grandfather Edgar Charles Hargreaves. A chance meeting with a photographer in Bangkok  launched his entirely unexpected modeling career.  […]

After Midnight – Light Paintings by Michael Bosanko

Pin It Michael Bosanko is a Cardiff-based artist who has made light painting his specialty. He stumbled upon light painting while taking a picture of the moon with a shaky camera. The long exposure he utilized left streaks in the final image. Curious, he disengaged the camera from the tripod and tried writing his partner’s […]