This weekend I decided to organize all my photos, I had over 20gb of photos in a couple of disks. It's amazing how many photos we take and sort of forget. Inspired by that I started to look at some photographers online. While surfing on Behance I found the incredible work of Yaser Almajed, a photographer and digital artist from Dammam, Saudi Arabia. His work with double exposure compositions is simple, clean and nothing less than amazing. For more information visit: http://www.behance.net/Yaseralmajed
Mysterious Photography by Mika Suutari
I've been making plans for a big trip through some nice places around the world, and it's always great to see some pictures to inspire me to go to places I've never thought about visiting before, like these, capture by Weerapong Chaipung. Weerapong, a photographer from Thailand, has captured some truly dreamy scenery around the globe, as you can see here. Really fantastic and fresh! For more of Mr.
Most os us love dogs, cats or other cute pet. The young Belgian photographer Vincent Lagrange is not different. Inspired by the love for the animals he decided to create a project called Human Animal, it's a project where he shoots animals in human-like styles. "Today most people photograph just people, but only a few photograph animals.
Around 6 months ago, I spent 2 weeks in Japan with family and close friends. I can seriously talk for days how much I loved my experience and how it affected my daily life now. I would say through all my traveling, my favourite city was Tokyo. With all its glory, there was also its darkness and dark corners but the whole city totally safe but it was part of the atmosphere. I am totally digging Liam Wong series about Tokyo. From the colours, the tones and it almost feel like a painting.