If written poetry could transform itself to pictures, it would look something like this. Thailand-based neurologist Sippanont Samchai has a beautiful collection of black-and-white photos that span the emotional rainbow. In fact, he even separates out his photos into positive and negative sets. If you visit his Flickr stream
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Kansas City-based photographer Aaron Lindberg gives photography a whole new meaning with his perfect blend of creativity and professionalism. “I try to come up with something different each time I shoot,” Lindberg says. “I believe the setting is as important as the person in it.” In these particular shots, he does an excellent job displaying his natural talent by placing his subjects in… Continue
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It takes a woman with a sure sense of self to model in a spread like this. Lily Kwong is a 22-year-old sociology and urban studies major at Columbia and an Elite model. (In 2009, Vogue even went so far as to call her an "It Girl.") In this wonderfully dark spread, she collaborated with photographer and friend Elle Muliarchyk to make something moody and cinematic.
“Maybe it’s because I had… Continue
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It's the attention to detail that sets Erik Almas apart from other photographers. The San Francisco-based Norwegian is known for his near perfect lighting and focus which are demonstrated in his beautiful photos of sweeping vistas and surreal landscapes. It actually takes a few seconds to differentiate what's real and what's not in his well-executed photo manipulations.
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I will never get tired of this shot. Stay warm, everyone. Photo by AK Dolven
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Based in Sydney, Henryk Lobaczewski is a talented fashion photographer, though it was never his intended career.
“While studying graphic design I got a job straight out of university as an Art Director for Lorna Jane, and they hired me under the pretense that I’d shoot their monthly look books as well," he says. "I had never used studio lights before. They bought me two. Before I knew it I… Continue
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There's no doubt that Paris, France-based photo hobbyist Shobrick has a love for toys and cinema. In one of his most recent creations, Stormtroopers mourn over one of their fallen. "I think this is my best yet," he says. "No retouch." Shobrick was inspired by a photo
taken by a Sydney, Australia-based photographer. Love Shobrick's attention to detail (in the… Continue
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For two weeks in October, French photographer Michel Rajkovic visited Iceland, looking to shoot not just its beautiful landscapes but to capture something intangible. "There's something magical about Iceland," he tells us. "The light, the waterfalls, the rocks, the lava fields...I wanted to show what I felt in that country. I hope people will see something behind these images, it's not only… Continue
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Not since Jason Lee
have I found a father who could capture childhood is such a sweet and genuine way. Osaka, Japan-based photographer/web designer Hideaki Hamada shoots his curiously cute boys, Haru and Mina, as they make their way through life.
This very proud father has been shooting… Continue
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Janne Parviainen is an artist from Finland who's photographs show us the art of light painting
. Creepy skeletons come alive, finding a new lease on life.
These haunting photographs are the result of combining light with darkness. Each photograph tells a different story, like moments in time brought to life by the… Continue
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Are eyes truly the windows to the soul? Spanish photographer Oscar Ciutat zooms in on the eyes of caged animals at the zoo. He doesn't try to force his opinion down other people's throats, rather, he asks his viewers to interpret what the animals are really trying to say...
When I first came across these images, I knew I had to get in contact with… Continue
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Angry Birds has taken the world by storm and who better to show us this than our favorite father/photographer Jason Lee?
Jason just put up this great photo of his two daughters reenacting the game.
"The kids love Angry Birds and, I admit, I'm a big fan too," he tells us. "I saw these hats for sale on… Continue
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Fashion photographer and filmmaker Glen Luchford shot beautiful Russian model Natalie Vodianova. Luchford’s style photography is influenced by his love of cinema. He uses elaborate lighting set-ups to capture the dramatic feel. In these particular photos, Luchford captures Vodianova as a classic beauty that is very reminiscent of other beauties like Marilyn Monroe. The timelessness of each… Continue
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Mumbai, India-born photographer Manjari Sharma takes us into one of the most intimate places in a person's house. For a few months, she invited people over to her apartment, photographing them while they took a shower. She soon found out that the water washed away any unnerving awkwardness brought on by the camera.
What came next, however, was quite surprising. "The bathroom, formerly a… Continue
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Charge by Alex Bernasconi
The shortlist for Sony's 2011 World Photography Awards was recently announced and it includes some spectacular photography! What I love most about this competition is that it's meant to unveil stories seen and told by people from around the globe. Sony divided up the competition between professionals and photographers of all abilities (which they called the Open competition). With submissions flowing in from all over the world,… Continue
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What would our dreams look like if they illustrated on walls? Sweden-based photographer Marco Grizelj worked with art director Ludde Lydéen to come up with an answer to that question in an editorial they created for magazine Odd at Large
. "The images are about dreaming and the moment when the dreamer suddenly wakes up confused," Grizelj tells us.
Just how did they come up… Continue
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Love this creative idea...a faceless family portrait! It was taken by the self-described "insanely happy interior designer and photographer" Lori Andrews (aka the 10 Cent Designer). Lori took this photo of her clients and then had it blown up very large for the kitchen. Interestingly, since Lori is a photographer and interior designer, she also worked on spiffing up her client's house! For the… Continue
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