photography Archive

Facial Portraits of Famous Paintings by Andy Alcala

Pin It With Andy’s work, you won’t have to wonder what he looks like. He paints his face and takes a picture of it. Sounds simple enough doesn’t it? His brilliance slowly dawns on you when you realize that he has to paint his own face using a mirror with representations of paintings by iconic […]

Carl Warner Food Art Photographs

Pin It Bread and Cheese Born in Liverpool England in 1963, Carl now lives in Kent and works from his London based studio near to London Bridge’s colourful food emporium of Borough Market. Having worked as a photographer in the advertising business for 25 years Carl stumbled on the idea of making landscapes out of […]

Personas by Scott Eyre

Pin It This project is by Scott Eyre about personas and how everyone has several different personalities, whether it be sub consciously or completely obvious. The personalities change around certain people or scenarios,  the obvious example would be the idea of how you act around your boss and then how you act around your friends/family. He’s spent the […]

Human Metamorphosis by Jonathan Ducruix

Pin It Jonathan Ducruix is a Lyon-based digital artist who goes by the pseudonym Me&Edward. For him, photography is not an end but merely a source, a potential for creation. He is fascinated by people’s existence and of their emotions captured in a snapshot. In his “Metamorphosis” series, people are grotesquely altered in such a […]

Beautiful Close-up Photographs by Viktoria Stutz

Pin It Viktoria Stutz is a young German based photographer who specializes in fashion and beauty photography. She has always been into photography but things really took off when she got her first DSLR camera. When asked why she likes this particular genre she said: “I’m in love with the change makeup can do with […]

Mondo Curio – The Photography of Paul Cook

Pin It Cook photographs the architecture of bank buildings. He manipulates his images to create ornate, kaleidoscopic, and jewel-like compositions. These abstracted geometric icons of heritage buildings symbolize wealth, integrity, and endurance. Some of these photographs are being used to create luxury carpets by Modallion

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 […]

Creative Lip Photography by Nikos Vasilakis

Pin It Lips can actually have that enticing character apart from any other part of the face, which can offer either a paragraph of a story or a thousand words in each shot. This is probably being the reason Nikos Vasilakis chose it as a subject in one of his portfolios. With these models getting […]

The Best of Asian Pictorialism by Don Hong-Oai

Pin It Don Hong-Oai was born in China and lived most of his life in Vietnam. He is one of the world best in Asian pictorialism, he is also one of the last. He refined his technique under the gentle tutelage of Long Chin-San, one of the best known practitioners of Asian pictorialism. Realism is […]

Cute Pups To Beastly Canines by Seth Casteel

Pin It Some dog owners just love playing fetch with their dogs, but what happens if the ball happens to fall into the water? Are the dogs happy about that? Seth Casteel, with his high-speed camera, reveals the hideous answer to this question by taking photos of them underwater while they go for that ball […]

A Closer Look at a World Unseen with Macrophotography

Pin It Simply put, macrophotography is the art of taking a close-up picture of very small objects. Although any object will do, the usual subjects are usually insects, flowers, and water droplets since they give the best results. Photography at this scale has its own difficulties. A steady hand and a great lens aren’t the […]

Fun with Food Art by Vanessa Dualib

Pin It When one is both hungry and bored, sometimes it can result to more than an ounce of high-end imagination. Vanessa Dualib takes humor into food art and uses creativity to pose a story or a scene. Combined with believable expressions marked on the subjects is her perfect timing with the capture of each […]

2011 Winners of National Geographic Contest

Pin It National Geographic held a photography contest last year and over 130 countries have joined, with over 20,000 submissions of various kinds of photos. After a mindblowing and sound judgment on the photos’ creativity and quality, these were the ones that stood out in the midst of everything else.

Wildlife Photos by Dennis Binda

Pin It Wildlife photographer Dennis Binda from Netherlands preserves the beauty in both movement and stillness of animals found in the wilderness with perfect angles and timing.

Water Droplets by Paul Quinn

Pin It There are thousands, maybe even millions, of images of running waters, steady waters, rivers, oceans, falls and such but only a select few choose to give their time to this one part that makes all those up–water droplets. Paul Quinn is one of them, adding a creative touch to it with different colorful […]

Emotive Black And White by Alfred Pleyer

Pin It Black and white — If this theme is used in a photo, the focus with be on the emotive power of the subject itself and not on how well-contrasted and eye-catching the colors are. Alfred Pleyer uses such method to emphasize on the beauty of his subjects, in their smiles and the sentiment […]

Winter Wonderland by Maria Netsounski

Pin It Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in Winter Wonderland? Think no more as photographer Maria Netsounski feeds your hungry-for-snow imagination with these photos. Do take a closer look, though, as these are not necessarily as white and blue as it looks. Such beautiful landscape images were taken using infrared technology, […]

The Poetry of Waste by Mandy Barker

Pin It UK photographer Mandy Barker developed a series of suggestive images entitled ”Soup”, which is a generic name given to the waste debris suspended in the sea. The discarded pieces of plastic are photographed by the artist one by one, on black background and then mixed in these worrying but beautiful tides of refuse, […]

Vibrant Nature Photography by AtomicZen

Pin It “The goal of my photography is to illustrate the beauty of nature and hope that my photos would inspire some people to improve their photography skills in some ways. In my opinion, the more we take landscape photo, the lessen we know the world. Actually, it is a big planet, isn’t it?” – […]

Go Bonkers With The Art Of Billy Bonkers

Pin It Billy Bonkers is a photographer more widely known for his photomanipulations with subtle humor. Ideas don’t just bounce off the ceiling, as I believe it takes both a witty mind and a whole gallon of editing skills to come up with such works of art.

Decadent Flowers by David Lachapelle

Pin It Star photographer David Lachapelle is showing for the first time in New York his ”Earth Laughs in Flowers” series depicting dark, baroque compositions in deep color. Sex, consumerism and the  ferocious power of putrefaction make-up haunting pictures of vice and vanity. The title is inspired by a poem of Waldo Emerson and each […]

Vivid Animals by Simen Johan

Pin It Simen Johan is a photographer who captures majestic photos of animals usually not found elsewhere, with the superimposition of a background that perfects the image itself, making it too vivid to be true. His photos are remarkably striking as they express a new feeling of detail and harmony.

Shelter Dogs by Traer Scott

Pin It Author of bestselling books Shelter Dogs (2006) and Street Dogs (2007) and photographer from Rhode Island Traer Scott shows us emotive portraits of what is generally known as man’s best friend.