Sebastian Wahlhuetter caught this amazing shot of a dog staring at the barren landscape of the Himalayan outback.
About this image, Wahlhuetter explains, “This dog just appeared out of nowhere and followed us for an entire week during our trekking trip in the Himalayan outback. He always used to sleep in front of our . . . → Read More: A dog gazing at the barren landscape of the Himalayan outback by Sebastian Wahlhuetter
When I take photos from the window of a plane, they never look like these ones by Hengki Koentjoro. I blame my camera and the pilot.
The freelance videographer/editor based in Indonesia specializes black and white photography, believing it “to be his true purpose in life’s journey of expression.“ Koentjoro’s monochrome aerial photos from . . . → Read More: Monochrome aerial photos from the window of a plane by Hengki Koentjoro
Being Together – Yuen family (Los Angeles, Toa Payoh)
If you want to keep in touch with friends and family from overseas, Skype is an amazing audio/video Internet service. I use it and it does make you feel the physical presence of the person! Photographer/visual artist John Clang created these digital collages which depict . . . → Read More: Family portraits via Skype by John Clang
Brooklyn, New York basd artist Mark Dorf bases his work on contradictions: ethereal versus concrete, transparent versus opaque, synthetic versus natural. Using digital techniques like photography, collage, 3D rendering, and 3D scanning technology, Dorf builds images with elements from opposing sources. A digitized surreal tree in a forest. A transparent topographic map of a . . . → Read More: “//_PATH” photographic mixed-media images by Mark Dorf
When I first saw these images I thought they were paintings. They are actually photographs of underwater flowers. Using a tank, water, glass plates, mirrors and lights, UK photographer Charles Emerson submerges cut flowers. Swirling drops of inks, dyes and paints, amid the flowers, Emerson pushes the boundaries between painting and photography.
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Last winter (2013) Christoffer Relander shot these multiple exposure photographs in Finland.
While serving in the Finnish Marines, Relander became enamored by photography. In the few years since, he has become well-known for his multiple exposures images between man and nature; his work has been published in publications and websites like La Times, Oprah.com, Nikon . . . → Read More: Multiple exposure portraits shot during winter in Finland by Christoffer Relander
These images capture the energy and anonymity of being in a crowded urban area.
In “Time,” Singaporean artist John Clang photographs pedestrians along the streets of New York City. Clang then attempts to capture the elusive notion of “passing time” by tearing into strips multiple photographs of a single spot in a street, . . . → Read More: John Clang uses torn photographs to reassemble time in New York City
This is the store front of a bike shop in Altlandsberg (Near Berlin), Germany. Portugal based photographer Goncalo Silva shot this image of 120 bikes affixed to a wall. Amazing!
Some beautiful double exposure photography by Tokyo based photographer Miki Takahashi. These images are from her series “Two sides of personality.” See much more of Takahashi’s work on her Behance site.
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I can smell the blanket of humidity dripping in the air…
These photographs are from the series “Wetland” by Munich-based sound artist and photographer Jürgen Heckel. Heckel is a master at composing haunting nature shots. See more of his work on his behance website.
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