I just love this photography by Sandra Kantanen. Before you dismiss it as cheap effects accomplished after the fact in Photoshop, know that it is anything but. Based out of Helsinki, Finland, Kantanen actually prints her photos on metal “with similar pigments found in acrylic paints”. While the prints are still wet, she goes over [...]
The idea is simple, capture multiple subjects and their shadows and arrange to create interesting and playful patterns. The varying use of different animals and even people create spectacular dynamic compositions. It may be simple, but the use of living things to create what almost looks like a printed pattern is simply enticing to look at. They make you look at shadows in a whole new light (no pun intended).
The creative possibilities with the Star Wars universe are really limitless. David Eger combined George Lucas’ world with the 365 days photo project concept. His take on it is refreshing and definitely breathes new creative life into the photo a day concept. In this series entitled “365 Days of Clones”, Eger recreates famous photographs and [...]
Prime lenses are widely agreed upon as a solid choice for shooting video on DSLR cameras. There are cases however when a little more versatility is required. As a promotional tool for their new app, the folks over at Still Motion put together this quick video of 5 of the Canon lenses they use in [...]
I just love this series by Julien Mauve. The bright, playful colors of the toys really bring some life into the dark, cold settings of the so-called adult world. Here are some words from the photographer: “A few months ago, I was hanging around in my grandparent’s attic. What I found among other things was [...]
The dangerous art of honey hunting has been carried on for thousands of years within the Rai people of Nepal. And although times have drastically changed, the spiritual traditions and methods associated with honey hunting has remained the same within these people. Nepal is home to the largest honeybee on Earth [...]
What a wonderful series of photographs from Gaby Herbstein! Using creative sets made from repurposed trash, Herbstein has put together something that feels extremely dreamlike and imaginative. It is almost as though she has taken us into the uninhibited imagination of a child, albeit mixed with the artful sensibilities and tastes of a seasoned creative. [...]
If you’ve seen anime, you’ve seen the exaggerated facial features and body figures of the characters in this Japanese art form. While we realize these dimensions are exaggerated, they somehow work in the world of the animation. Chris Scarborough decided to test the concept in the real world. In this series entitled “Ideal Species”, he [...]