Some would say that high speed photography is pretty hard on the technical side of photography. Others will say that portraiture is the hardest of all. Photographer Carli Davidson combines the two by taking photographs of dogs shaking water off.
Jaroslav’s latest endeavor involves nostalgia, naked girls and some incredibly well executed high speed photographs of milk.
The project aims at creating a pin up calendar inspired by the popular pinup calendars of the 40’s and 50’s. Only instead of clothing, the models are wearing milk. Milk frozen with high speed strobes.[Read More…]
After taking the two hours’ drive from Sedona the conditions were not optimal and the air was a bit hazy. Luckily for Rolf, the party decided to take is slow and look for some other viewpoints.
As they were waiting, a lightning storm emerged at the east end of the canyon, providing a perfect lighting show at a safe distance. The fact that the storm was far away, and the cars were nearby for fast escape, allowed them to setup tripods and do some long exposures.[Read More…]
With love, dedication and patience, Andrey captures wonderful stories from his models everyday life.
We loved his work so much that we wanted to know more:[Read More…]
Photographer Manjari Sharma just wrapped up one of the more interesting photography projects that I’ve seen, where she used her own shower as the location to shoot models for a year.
As this is quite an unorthodox way of shooting, we asked Manjari for some information about the series.
When we wondered about the motivation for such a location, Manjari shares that [Read More…]
I never thoughts that a Popsicle would make an interesting subject on its own. I was proven wrong.
Australian photographer Will Nolan shot a series of Popsicles, not in their solid well formed state, but instead, he let them melt and took a photograph of the resulting colored puddle. He calls the series Everything Is Melting.[Read More…]
Disassembling gadgets and photographing them arranged in a neat way is the new geek porn. Almost every new camera, iPhone, Galaxy and why do I need this gadget gets this treatment which usually results in a beautiful OCD-ish photograph. Here are a few samples by Todd Mclellan, Martin Kozák and Kelly Hofer.
But what about the old gadgets, the long forgotten ones, the dial phone, the original Sony Walkman?
Have a good look at this North American “Postcard”. Can you spot a glitch in the matrix? Most observers can’t, unless specifically told to look for one.
Australian Photographer Dean West and New York Based Lego artist Nathan Sawaya crated a unique gallery of those North American postcard that aside from being astoundingly beautiful feature a Lego object crafted to look as close to the real thing as possible.[Read More…]
Photographer Wes Naman is no stranger to the world of weird pain inducing photography in the most hilarious way possible. He swept over the web once with his series of people wrapped in Scotch Tape, and now Wes is at it again with a new series of portraits of musicians encaged in rubber bands, while wearing a band T.
Naman explains to Wired about his motivation for using bands and musicians:[Read More…]
Duesseldorf based photographer Jakob Wagner (with a ‘K’) has a way with modern cities. By combining a technique called zoom pulling with long exposure, Jakob takes a “double exposure” of the night cityscape. One regular exposure that shows the city as is, and one zoom-pulled exposure that adds a si-fi-ish feel to it. He calls those photographs Urban Zoom.