photography Archive

A Girl and Her Cat – Portraits by Andy Prokh

Pin It In 1963, Andy Prokh was born in the small rural town of Ural in Russia. He is an economist by profession but was always a photographer at heart. He started engaging in professional photography around seven years ago. His favorite subjects are himself, his daughter Katya, and his cat Tom. Katya and Tom […]

An Eye for Beauty – Graphic Design by Gracie Padron

Pin It Gracie Padron is currently majoring in Fine Arts with an emphasis on Traditional Painting and Graphic Design at the Florida International University. She was born in Cuba and describes herself as “an artist by day, writer by night”. On the internet, she is known for her Romanesqua Shadow fine art photography as well […]

The Other Half – Portraits by Roman Sakovich

Pin It Roman Sakovich is the London-based photographer who conceived, produced, and shot the series “Half” while still a photography student at the Arts University College in Bournemouth. Roman wanted to show the devastating effects of drug abuse and provide a vivid contrast with a clean-cut version of the same person. He had the right […]

Drawing the Line – Photographs by Palíndromo Mészaros

Pin It Looking at the trees above, one might think that the trees are simply part of an outdoor art installation, but it’s not. On October 5, 2010, a toxic flood of sludge tore wreaked havoc in western Hungary, leaving nine people dead and more than 200 injured. Two years after the devastation, Spanish photographer […]

Starry Nights – Starscapes by Dave Morrow

Pin It Dave Morrow is a photographer first, and a teacher second. He travels the world looking for that perfect shot. His impressive portfolio includes landscapes, cityscapes, and nightscapes. His shots of the night sky in particular, are quite impressive. He has even published a tutorial for the aspiring enthusiast. A hefty bit of the […]

A Giraffe, A Chopper, and You – Animal Photography by Andre Villeneuve

Pin It Minimalist isn’t very popular with a lot of photographers nowadays. Each shot is crammed with as much detail as it could hold. The result, while not altogether unpleasant, isn’t very relaxing to the eye. Animal photographer Andre Villeneuve has taken a different approach. Often, his shots contain nothing but the animal itself and […]

Shadows on the Wall – Crazy Portraits by Julian Wolkenstein

Pin It Julian Wolkenstein is a London-based photographer from Australia who is best known for his advertising photos. Julian obtained his Associate’s degree in photography in 1996 and after working a few years as an assistant, he started working for himself. One of his most popular series consists of  a trio of people posing for […]

Dramatic Dawns and Golden Afternoons – Photographs by Florent Courty

Pin It Florent Courty is another young, up-and-coming photographer who takes amazing pictures considering she’s only 19 years old and largely self-taught. A few more years down the road she’ll definitely be someone to contend with in the world of photography. She started taking photography in January 2009 using a variety of cameras including a […]

An Impossible Rose – Floral Photos by Eddy L

Pin It Eddy L. strives to capture the beauty that most people ignore. To some, a rose may just be a thorny bush, but to him, it’s a repository of beauty. He loves taking long walks and she never goes anywhere without his camera. Who knows what magical moment he might capture on those rambling walks? […]

Unseen Nature – Macrophotography by Mehmet Karaca

Pin It Mehmet Karaca is a 27-year-old amateur photographer who hails from Turkey. This young, talented photographer is into nature photography in a big way. His macro shots of bugs and critters are good enough to be used in National Geographic. A glance at his portfolio and you can see he takes every detail into […]

A Slice of Heaven – Photography by Hans Findling

Pin It Hans Findling got into photography in 2010. His started taking pictures with his first camera, a Canon EOS 450D. He has quite an impressive collection of landscapes. Hans puts dramatic angles, mist, and natural lighting to good use. The quality of his shots is that of a professional’s. We can expect more great […]

A Splash of Color – Digital Art by Ruslan Khasanov

Pin It Ruslan Khasanovis a relative novice in the art world having graduated from the Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts just in 2008. This Russian-based artist loves to experiment with various techniques and styles. He specializes in illustration, photography, and graphic design. He also likes working with typography and his colorful, splashy, liquid […]

Perspective – Photographs by Rona Keller

Pin It Rona Keller started taking photography seriously in 2007. It has taught her to express herself with more than just mere words. She said: ” [Photography] allows me to capture a moment when it happens. A photo can say so much about other people even when they’re not in them, about a feeling that […]

Pop Pop Bang Bang – Installations by Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Pin It Pop Pop Bang Bang is a collaboration between photographer Thomas Brown and creative director Anna Burns. Thomas  describes it as a mix of “film, photography, and pyro”. Explosions, guns, and girls are all recurring themes on the silver screen. The installation itself is a collage of artfully arranged umbrellas set in three different […]

Doing It All – Photographs by Olga Valeska

Pin It Olga Valeska is artist and subject all rolled into one. She uses a self-timer to take portraits of herself. She actually majors in literature but you wouldn’t know that based on her work. Olga started fiddling with a camera just over a year ago. Photography allows her to combine the things she loves, […]

Double Exposure – Unusual Photography by Christoffer Relander

Pin It Christoffer Relander is a self-taught photographer and graphic designer currently based in Finland. He is a former Finnish Marine and first became interested in photography back in 2008. His work with multiple exposures is by far his most popular images. He now freelances with notable newspapers, magazines and websites around the globe. According […]

My Camera, My Subject, and Me – Photos by Isaac Joel Torres

Pin It Isaac Joel Torres loves working with natural ambient light. Unlike most artists, Isaac has a no-frills approach to photography. Often, his subject, his camera, and ambient light are all he has to work with. He tries to stay away from the super high fashion or studio photography. Isaac wants to achieve a more […]

Surreality – Images by Paula Cobleigh

Pin It Photography utilizes both the creative and technical parts of the brain, there’s always something new to learn just around the corner. It is this aspect of photography that so thrills and inspires Paula Cobleigh. None of her images are CGI. A variety of computer programs are used to process the raw image but […]

Compelling Black and White Shots by Tom Hoops

Pin It Tom Hoops is a self-taught British photographer who has been shooting professionally since 2008. He has worked with prestigious names such as Vogue Italia talents, Readers Digest, Vaseline, DT menswear, and many more. Tom’s photos are akin to psychological thrillers. Deep, dark, and compelling, he has an almost instinctive talent in using black […]

Moonlit Dreams and Other Surreal Photos by Rob Woodcox

Pin It Rob Woodcox stumbled into the world of photography in 2009 and has been pursuing it ever since. His surreal portraits are just as good, if not better than some I’ve seen on magazines. His work has a whimsical quality to it that makes the viewer think and imagine. Serious digital manipulation is involved […]

Water Wigs – Photos by Tim Tadder

Pin It Tim Tadder does it again. With a thorough grasp of fluid mechanics and split-second timing, he has managed to make yet another impressive series featuring water. Water wigs was created with the use of water-filled balloons, colored lighting, and willing victi-er-subjects. Laser and sound triggers were used to capture the water balloon’s explosion […]

Glimpse of a Waking Dream – Photos by Nicholas Scarpinato

Pin It Nicholas Scarpinato is a young, up-and-coming photographer from Richmond, USA. His work walks the fine, and sometimes blurred, line between fantasy, fiction, and illusion. Yes, they are absolutely digitally altered, but that’s nothing new in this digital age. What makes his work stand out from the rest is the perceived texture of the […]

Scenes From The Sea by Josh Adamski

Pin It Josh Adamski has lived most of his life in the UK. He lives near a beach and takes his inspiration from the sea. His digitally enhanced images have a distinctly surreal feel about them. The colors are bold, the lines are striking, and the perspective is a tiny bit skewed. He’s currently based […]