Posts Tagged ‘photography’
Buildings and places that don’t exist. Filip Dujardin is a master at taking buildings and constructing something believable and amazing from them. These photographs look so very grounded in reality. However Filip takes photographic elements and adjusts lighting, perspective and size to become an architect of his own. I would love to take a walk […]
Pictures that do not exist. Peter Funch spends weeks taking photographs in the same location to find a similar theme. Then he digitally stitches together the subjects to create a moment that never existed. Each of these pictures has a key feature that binds each of its subjects together. His work explores the isolation of […]
Jason Strong of Sweden is an up and coming architectural photographer. But that is not all he can do. He has an amazing way of capturing the essence of things. He does quality work that cover a broad range of subjects and environments. I really enjoy his work. Oh and by the way, He is […]
Part of great photography is a beautiful subject. Joey Laurence has found amazing people of photograph in Ethiopia. His eye for light and subtle color is fantastic. He captures not just the physical beauty of these people but their rich cultural identity as well. I love the way the light reflects off the skin and […]
SCINTILLATION from Xavier Chassaing on Vimeo. I have no clue how he does this, but Xavier Chassaing does an amazing job bringing something very fresh here. I have never seen these techniques used before. His Vimeo page says he used more than 35,000 photographs to create this short film. Enjoy!